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Reference manualImplantation of electricaldevices and cable layout1, bd Charles de GaulleF-92700 COLOMBES - FRANCETel: 33 (0)1 47 52 97 27Fax: 33 (0)1 47 52 95 60E-mail : - web : www.caneco.euREFERENCE MANUALCaneco Implantation

Reference manualCANECO IMPLANTATIONVersion 2.5Laying out electrical equipment and automatic wiringwww.caneco.euAugust 2010

ALPI - 2010Caneco Implantation Table of Contents1License g, starting and uninstalling software133.13.2Installing and starting softwareUninstalling software1313Principles of Caneco 71818191919194. and definition4.1.1 Distribution4.1.2 Equipment4.1.3 Terminal4.1.4 Circuit4.1.5 Link4.1.6 Main, intermediate and terminal cable4.1.7 Track4.1.8 Altitude4.1.9 HeightPrinciples governing drawing4.2.1 Required pointsPrinciple governing device positioningPrinciple governing wiring4.4.1 Wiring using "nearest" method4.4.2 "Sequential" wiring4.4.3 Cable propertiesCaneco Implantation / Caneco LV interface4.5.1 Principle governing Caneco Implantation / Caneco LV interfacing4.5.2 Calculating circuits with Caneco LV4.5.3 Single electrical network made up of several separate DWG plansTrack sizing"Unique identifier" GUIDCaneco Implantation knowledgeAnnotations7Commands5.1.1 "Configuration" Group5.1.2 "Layout" Group5.1.3 "Modification" Group5.1.4 "Wiring" Group5.1.5 "Cable tray" Group5.1.6 "Sizing" Group5.1.7 "Tools" Group5.1.8 "Import" Group5.1.9 "Export" Group5.1.10 "Selection" Group5.1.11 "Labels" Group5.1.12 "Checking" GroupTool paletteRibbonToolbars and dropdown menuPop-up menuDirectory and database files296.16.26.3292929Knowing the location of the base directoryCreating/Modifying the location of the 'base' directoryPicking up the default base directoryReference ManualTable of Contents - 1

Caneco Implantation 737398.13939393939"Label" frame of Caneco objects8.1.1 Keywords associated with Caneco objects8.1.2 Keyword check marks8.1.3 Label codesRepositioning labelsGeneral lorer" dialogue box7.1.1 Expanding/Reducing the explorer7.1.2 Header bar7.1.3 "Distributions" tab7.1.4 "Circuits" tab7.1.5 "Installation" tab7.1.6 "Properties" tab7.1.7 "Search" tab7.1.8 "Selection from the plan" button7.1.9 "Deselect all" button7.1.10 "Zoom on active line" button7.1.11 "Reach inaccurate object" button7.1.12 "Powers or Explorer" buttonDisplaying Caneco explorerCaneco explorer pop-up menuCSV export from neco Explorer7.27.37.48Editing/Modifying manufacturers and models in the ".CSV" files6.4.1 Manufacturer board6.4.2 Manufacturer cable6.4.3 Manufacturer equipment6.4.4 Manufacturer track6.4.5 Typical track6.4.6 Purpose trackCreating DWG symbol6.5.1 Forcing the base point of the symbol6.5.2 Differentiating the cable point going into and out the symbol6.5.3 Adding property keywords associated with Caneco objectsAdding DWG symbolsCreating/Modifying equipment library filesAdding/Modifying DWG label blocks of Caneco objects6.8.1 Adding property keywords associated with Caneco objectsALPI - 2010"Units and heights" tab9.1.1 "Plan" frame9.1.2 "Heights of equipment or terminals" frame9.1.3 "Wiring height" frame9.1.4 "Cable tray height" frame"General" tab"Layer management" tab9.3.1 Do not change the name of the AutoCAD block layer."Default values" tab9.4.1 Default options for Caneco objects dialogue boxesDistribution4510.1 "Distribution" dialogue box10.1.1 Titlebar10.1.2 "Distribution" frame10.1.3 "Label" frame10.1.4 "Cable" frame10.1.5 "Preview" frame10.1.6 "Track" frame10.1.7 "AutoCAD layers" frame10.1.8 Checkmark of keywords associated with the object4545454646464646462 - Table of ContentsReference Manual

ALPI - 20101112131415Caneco Implantation 10.1.9 Default option10.2 Laying out of a new distribution10.3 Editing/Modifying properties of distribution(s)464747Circuit4911.1 "Circuit" dialogue box11.1.1 Titlebar11.1.2 "Circuit" frame11.1.3 "Cable" frame11.1.4 "Equipment" frame11.1.5 "Factors" frame11.1.6 Quantity to be created11.1.7 Default option11.2 Creating a new circuit11.3 Deleting a circuit11.4 Editing/Modifying properties of the circuit11.5 Assigning a circuit to another distribution11.6 Renaming a circuit49494949515151515151525253Cable properties5512.1 "Cable properties" dialogue box12.1.1 Titlebar12.1.2 Determining the cable12.1.3 Status12.1.4 "Characteristics" frame12.1.5 "Label" frame12.1.6 "Section" frame12.1.7 "Upstream circuit" frame12.1.8 Checkmark of keywords associated with the object12.1.9 Default option12.2 Editing/Modifying properties of the cable12.3 Picking up properties of the main circuit cable555555555556575757575758Equipment5913.1 "Equipment" dialogue box13.1.1 "Equipment" frame13.1.2 "Characteristic" frame13.1.3 "Preview" frame13.1.4 "Label" frame13.1.5 "Cable" frame13.1.6 "Ref mark" frame13.1.7 "AutoCAD layers" frame13.1.8 Checkmark of keywords associated with the object13.1.9 Default option13.2 Laying out of a new equipment13.3 Editing/Modifying properties of equipment595959606061616161616262Terminal6314.1 "Terminal" dialogue box14.1.1 "Terminal" frame14.1.2 "Label" frame14.1.3 "Cable" frame14.1.4 "Ref mark" frame14.1.5 "AutoCAD layers" frame14.1.6 Checkmark of keywords associated with the object14.1.7 Default option14.2 Laying out of a new terminal14.3 Editing/Modifying properties of equipment63636364646464646565Conversion of blocks into Caneco objects6715.1 Converting one AutoCAD block into "Equipment" Caneco object15.2 Converting one AutoCAD block into "Terminal(s)" Caneco object15.3 Converting one AutoCAD block into "Distribution(s)" Caneco object676767Reference ManualTable of Contents - 3

Caneco Implantation 16171815.4 Converting one AutoCAD block into "System(s)" Caneco object67Busbar trunking system (BBTS)6916.1 "BBTS" dialogue box16.1.1 Titlebar16.1.2 "Characteristics" frame16.1.3 "Label" frame16.1.4 "Automatically creating equipment" frame16.1.5 "Ref mark" frame16.1.6 "AutoCAD layers" frame16.1.7 Checkmark of keywords associated with the object16.1.8 Default option16.2 Laying out of a new BBTS16.3 Editing/Modifying properties of BBTS(s)6969697070707070717171Track7317.1 "Track" dialogue box17.1.1 "Characteristics" frame17.1.2 "Label" frame17.1.3 "Distributions excluded or only authorized" frame17.1.4 "Calculated characteristics" frame17.1.5 "AutoCAD layers" frame17.1.6 Checkmark of keywords associated with the object17.1.7 Default option17.2 Laying out of a new track17.3 Editing/Modifying properties of track(s)17.4 Cutting a track17.5 Rotating 90 degrees a track17.6 Distorting a track17.7 Exploding a track17.8 Projecting a track portion on another one17.9 Joining track portions17.10 Join a track portion to another one17.11 Track sizing17.11.1 Calculating track segments17.11.2 Automatically increase dimensions17.11.3 Automatically reduce dimensions17.12 Exporting file (.csv) of cable tray segments17.13 Recalculating17.14 New track with identical properties17.15 Converting "Line", "Polyline" into 97979Auto 84858586868618.718.818.918.1018.1118.1218.1319ALPI - 2010Supply byWire withWiring downstreamSerial wiringUnwiring Caneco objectsPlotting with rigid or flexible cable18.6.1 Flexible cable18.6.2 Rigid cableAdding a handle to the cableChanging the route of a cableDeleting the manual tracingChanging the wiring sequence of equipment.Plotting the cable through a trackCalculating circuit wiresCalculating all cablesTrack cable information8719.1 "Track cable information" dialogue box19.1.1 "Track dimension" frame19.1.2 "Drawing of the section" frame8787874 - Table of ContentsReference Manual

ALPI - 20102021222319.1.3 "Cable information" frame19.1.4 "Track cable list" frame19.1.5 Default option19.1.6 "CSV file" Button19.2 Track cable information8788888888System8920.1 "System" dialogue box20.1.1 "Characteristics" frame20.1.2 "Label" frame20.1.3 "AutoCAD layers" frame20.1.4 Checkmark of keywords associated with the object20.1.5 Default option20.2 Creating a system definition20.3 Importing a system definition20.4 Laying out a system20.5 Editing/Modifying properties of system(s)20.6 Connecting a system20.7 Dissociating a system20.8 Moving a system20.9 Copying a system8989909090909091919192929292Display management9321.1 "Display management" dialogue box21.1.1 "External references" frame21.1.2 "Objects" frame21.1.3 "Cable trays" frame21.1.4 "Display by altitudes" frame21.1.5 "Display by circuits" frame21.1.6 "Other options" menu21.2 Displaying display management9393939595969696Rooms9722.1 Creating a room22.2 Inserting room names into Caneco objects22.3 Converting "Polyline" into room979797DIALux interface9923.123.223.323.42425Caneco Implantation Exporting a file (.stf) to DIALux in CanecoOpening a file (.stf) in DIALuxExporting a file (.stf) to DIALuxImporting a file (.stf) from DIALux in Caneco999999100Caneco Implantation / Caneco LV interface10124.1 Configuring Caneco LV interface in Caneco Implantation24.1.1 For users with Caneco LV 5.3:24.1.2 For users with Caneco LV 5.2:24.2 Saving the file (.mdb) of the Caneco LV interface24.3 Export a partial file (.mdb) to Caneco LV24.4 Import a Caneco Implantation file (.mdb) into Caneco LV24.5 Updating cables from the Caneco LV project24.6 Importing a project from Caneco 6Defining an active circuitSelecting the equipment of the active circuitSelecting the terminals of the active circuitSelecting the cables of the active circuitSelecting all equipmentSelecting all terminals:Selecting all cablesSelecting from the pop-up menuSelecting from Caneco explorerReference ManualTable of Contents - 5

Caneco Implantation 26272829ALPI - 201025.10 Selecting all labels:25.11 Search and select from Caneco 6.6109109109109109109Verifying ref marksVerifying distributionsVerifying circuitsVerifying databaseVerifying superimposed equipmentVerifying superimposed tracksLegend and nomenclature11127.1 "Legend and nomenclature" dialogue box27.2 Editing legend and nomenclature27.3 Synoptic of a circuit111112112Other out.CancelChange all unique identifiersExporting DWG containing only AutoCAD entitiesBlock scaleCreating block attributes from Caneco propertiesDeleting Caneco block attributesRemoving Caneco object propertiesPicking up Caneco layer names from labelsPicking up Caneco layer namesImporting a Caneco Implantation external referenceAvoiding label superimpositionGlossary of sary of distribution label keywordsGlossary of cable label keywordsGlossary of equipment label keywordsGlossary of terminal label keywordsGlossary of track label keywords6 - Table of ContentsReference Manual

August 2010Caneco Implantation 1 License AgreementEND USER LICENSE AGREEMENT for Caneco Implantation SOFTWARE1.IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ CAREFULLYPlease read this License Agreement before installing or using this software. By installing or using the software, you agree to bebound by the terms of this license. 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11.3 Deleting a circuit 51 11.4 Editing/Modifying properties of the circuit 52 . Table of Contents Reference Manual 15.4 Converting one AutoCAD block into "System(s)" Caneco object 67 . to DIALux 99 23.4 Importing a file (.stf) from DIALux in Caneco 100

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