Our Application assistants help you to create solutions for special applications quick and easy by selecting different settings. The assistants will automatically build up a solution regarding on these settings.
Each Application assistant is designed to create the best fitting solution in the easiest way to you only by setting specific technical characteristics of your application.
The Industrial Enclosure assistant is designed to create a complete solution of electrical components mounted in an enclosure that fits your needs.
You can use the assistant in two different ways. Starting with the customization of the enclosure and add the mounting rail afterwards or you already have a finished mounting rail in your project and you want to mount this in an enclosure.
The Industrial Enclosure interface is separated in four sections. At the top side you can define global parameters for your assembly such as the protection degree.
In the mid area you have a 3D preview of the current set enclosure and the functionality buttons.
At the bottom side you can switch between the different sides and see the objects you added to them. Further you can add your terminal rails here and select the specific enclosure which fits your needs.
With the functionality buttons you can add accessory, drillings and threads to your active side.
To avoid any problems regarding space we would recommend starting by building up your electrical components on one or several terminal rails.
Start with the configuration of your electrical components and to build up your terminal rail in the standard way of the WMC. If you are registered for the Configure to Order service and want to use this for your project you should start with one of the enclosure specific filter settings.
If you are done with your electrical configuration please start the Industrial Enclosure assistant.
In the Industrial Enclosure you set the global parameters and proceed with the definition of objects on the different sides. Add your accessory, drillings and threads.
Afterwards select your terminal rails you created before in the Mounting rails tab.
The last step is to specify your enclosure in detail. Go to Properties and wait for the configurator checking all possible enclosures for your application.
If you select an enclosure it will be locked and you can see it in the preview. The assistant won’t change the enclosure automatically anymore when it is locked by your selection.
If you are ready with the assembly you can confirm everything with the OK button and your project will be completed and transformed.
The Signal wiring assistant is used to help you compile an assembly for signal wiring. In the main window
you can set the number of signal terminals and blocks. Further, you can define if you need a supply terminal and how many signal counts per terminal you want.
There is also the option of selecting whether signal wiring assembly has an integrated protective conductor and a potential P. This assistant also allows you to automatically mark the assembly with markers.
The Control current circuit supply assistant can be used to provide you a quick solution for your application. In this assistant you can define the number of +/- potentials and the amount, of blocks. You can also choose between different cross-sections, a grouped or alternating setup with or without functional earth. Furthermore, you can automatically mark the assembly with markers.
In the Assistant for Control current supply with fuse you can configure the general setup of your assembly Grouped or Alternating. You can decide if you need a Functional Earth and set the number of fuses. You can automatically mark the terminals with predefined marking patterns.
In the Product list all fuses are listed with its specifications. Here you can change the settings for each fuse. You can choose between different version with or without LED, different rated voltages and if you want to use a fuse with a disconnect function. Furthermore, you can choose how many +/- disposals you need for the fuse.
The main window Gives you the possibility to set the number of signals/potentials, redundancy signals/potentials and blocks. You can also choose if you want an alternating array and if the assembly is compiled with system cabling or not.
In the tab terminal configuration, you can specify the first function between feed-through terminal and test-disconnect terminal and if the assembly is compiled with an integrated protective conductor or not.
In the main window of this assistant you set the mounting rail on which the assembly should be compiled and which product type it should be.
Please note that you can only choose the type of the mounting rail if you start the assistant directly from the WMC start menu.
You can also set the number of levels, terminals, potential, connections and blocks. In the second tab you can define arrangement and colours of your terminals and their operational elements. With these options it is possible to create a clearly structured assembly which fits your needs.
In the third window, Terminal block designation, you can set the block designation and the marking of modular terminals and marking of marker holder/ partitions.