hi friends kindly provide me the links to electrical library symbols in proe

hi friends,
i am now working on proe electrical harness kindly provide me the
information that where i can get the symbols.
thnx
gowda
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Gowda
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I'm not sure if this is what you want or not
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I know there are programs, like PADS, Protel, Medusa and Mentor, better suited to schematics, wiring diagrams and board layout, than Pro/e ever could be.
However, all the symbols that Pro/e comes with should be loaded in /Symbols. Did you get a disk that has mainly library stuff on it? I wouldn't be surprised if some stuff, like electrical symbols, didn't need to be loaded separately. There could be hundreds or thousands of them. I'd check the Installation help document.
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David Janes
I got that location of symbols in my disk. But the symbols that i am looking are not those symbols.
Diffrent Connector symbols. This symbols used in the design of electrical harness. This symbols are not in the proe library. if we do the harness design using proe it will generate the BOM automaticaly. same is not posible in the case of protel or medusa
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link gives the idea of electrical cable harness assemblies. To represent this on the paper we need the standard library of connector sysmbols.
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Gowda
Never heard of the "standard" library of electrical connectors; is this IEEE, IPC, ANSI, MIL-SPEC? It ought to be something that comes with Routed Systems Designer and Pro/CABLING. It stands to reason, though, that you should get the library with the Routed Systems and Cabling package. If you didn't get it with the module, squawk to PTC. They're legally bound to provide it.
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David Janes
yes, this comes into Routed Systems Design with Pro/Cabling. These products are designed and tested according to MIL-SPEC and are Manufactured according to UL Standards. it is possible to create the symbol using the Pro/Diagram. But only thing that it will take time to create. ok i will squawk to PTC.
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Gowda

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