I would like to clearify some doubts about NX schematics.
Thanks a lot!!!!!!!!!
Unluckily i have very limited knowledge on the same. I have not worked on it for quite a time.
But all i can recollect is that the libraries in NX Electrical and in LTX are seperately managed. So i guess the answer for the question "If I make a library in Electrical routing for the wire e cable .ptb ...and so on I can use them also in Schematics or I need to make another library in .desc for Schematics" seems to be NO for me at least. I only used for generating .cmp and .crn files from the schemtaics and use it for NX routing.
There should be some better integration solutions available with services/deployment team however so if possible please get in touch with your Siemens local contact on the same.
For point 5 ...are you using the latest LTX schematics update? Seems to be more of a bug to me.
Sorry i could not be of much help to you on this . Need to find someone on this forum with good knowledge on LTX .
Regarding #4, check to see if the units in your Electrical Routing environment match the units of the data you're importing into NX. By default, the UGII_ROUTING_KIT_UNITS is set to 'metric'. You can see what unit has been set using an existing NX session by selecting: "File > Help > Log File" and search for UGII_ROUTING_KIT_UNITS. Typically you'll see a factor of 25.4 difference between diameters, which is not what you're seeing, but it could be that you have multiple wires bundled together, so you're looking at a bundle diameter.
This variable is set here:
C:\Program Files\Siemens\NX 10.0\UGII\ugii_env_ug.dat
# Routing Units UGII_ROUTING_KIT_UNITS=metric #+ UGII_ROUTING_KIT_UNITS=inch
You can override the variable using the following file:
C:\Program Files\Siemens\NX 10.0\UGII\ugii_env.dat
# This file should be used to override any standard NX environment variables. # The values defined here will take precedence over the NX values. This file # will not be overwritten by an MR installation. # # Override any variables here. UGII_ROUTING_KIT_UNITS=inch #
Alternatively, you can set the variable in your Windows Environment Variables.
I noted that the Nx take the last OD of the conductors when I define the multiconductors and it doesn't take the OD defined in cable section.
Thanks alot for your support !!!!