This is the foundation learning path for all designers, engineers, and documentation staff working with schematics and wiring diagrams.
Take the following chapters to learn valuable information about Designer - Connectivity (Foundation)
Learn the basics of interactive electrical design flow from initial subsystem design, thru creation of the 2D harness layout and engineering of the harnesses.
Learn the basic topology and aerospace design flow - from initial subsystem design, through physical harness topology and engineering of the harnesses.
Learn how Capital Logic fits within your organization's electrical design process.
Learn how to find your way around the basic aspects of Capital Logic.
Learn how to create a simple wiring diagram
Learn how to create wiring and other component definitions that can be shared concurrently across multiple diagrams and multiple designers.
Learn how to manage pins that can be shared concurrently across multiple diagrams and multiple designs.
Learn how to add a deeper level of control to your diagrams.
Learn how to define options and variants and use these to create specific design configurations.
Learn how to work with "highway" connections, backshells, assemblies and other complicated entities.
Learn how to use library part definitions to speed your design process.
Test your new knowledge and create more complex designs with this guided lab.
Learn more about the detailed behaviour of shared objects.