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Solid Edge for Electrical Design

PROLIM-Electrical design for ECAD MCAD collaboration

Electrical design software for ECAD MCAD collaboration

Solid Edge helps you overcome electromechanical design challenges with a dedicated solution for electrical design—enabling true co-design collaboration across electrical and mechanical domains. Based on industry-leading technology from Mentor Graphics, a Siemens business, our electrical design products are trusted and proven around the world.

Capabilities

Model your design in 3D – Engineer the electrical details

Solid Edge solutions for electrical design allow you to:

  • Design and simulate electrical systems, from simple electrical circuits to complex wire harnesses
  • Route wiring and place components in 3D assembly models
  • Analyze your models to calculate the correct wire lengths and wire harness designs
  • Use virtual simulation to ensure circuitry performs per specification, without waiting for physical prototypes
  • Interactively collaborate between ECAD and MCAD domains, even in disperse locations
  • Visualize electrical aspects of your design in a 3D environment
  • Fully integrate PCB layout and mechanical design environments
  • Access robust libraries and parts repositories

Solid Edge Wiring Design

A schematic diagramming application, featuring unique integrated electrical analysis and simulation; allows design teams to overcome electromechanical design challenges earlier in the design cycle.

Solid Edge Harness Design

A wire harness design and layout tool that includes the creation of full-scaled, manufacturing-ready drawings, an automated bill of materials, and reports.

Solid Edge Electrical Routing

A dedicated, process-driven environment for the efficient creation, routing and organization of wires, cables and bundles in a Solid Edge assembly.

Solid Edge PCB Design

Schematic capture and PCB layout tools that simplify the complex task of printed circuit board design. Includes sketch routing, hierarchical 2D/3D planning and placement, and ECAD/MCAD collaboration.

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