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Highways This feature enables users to represent multiple conductors with a single “highway”, conductors can added into and pulled out of the highway. Cross referencing enables users to trace a highways throughout a design or project (using Shared Highways in CHS). Aerospace

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Highways

Highways

This feature enables users to represent multiple conductors with a single “highway”, conductors can added into and pulled out of the highway. Cross referencing enables users to trace a highways throughout a design or project (using Shared Highways in CHS).

Aerospace

A common usage of highways is within aerospace applications, where conductors belonging to a cable are grouped together and routed together, then as the highway approaches the destination device the conductors re-appear ready for termination.

Device Cabling

Where many device are interconnected through cabling, representation of each conductor and its path can clutter a diagram. Highways make designs easier to read with more white space.

Navigate connectivity using highway cross referencing


Highways

Highways

This feature enables users to represent multiple conductors with a single “highway”, conductors can added into and pulled out of the highway. Cross referencing enables users to trace a highways throughout a design or project (using Shared Highways in CHS).

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Cross Referencing is possible because Highways behave like design wide objects

Defining a Highway style can be done in the CHS design tools or within Capital Project

Creating a Highway; use icon, Add > Highway or hotkey H.

Add a conductor to a highway with a double click action

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Shared Highways containing shared, or unshared conductors

Nets-to-Wires

Highlighting of highways during background simulation is not currently possible.


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Highway Collapse/Expand

  • Capital Logic 2009.1 introduced Highways as a new method of representing multiple conductors as a single graphical line. This feature extends the functionality with new actions to automatically route conductors into or out-of a selected highway. This feature also introduces an unshare action for highway objects.

  • Automating Manual Tasks

  • Providing users with functions that allow them to easily utilize highways within designs reducing the time required to complete their task.

  • Diagram Standards

  • Converting existing designs to match the diagram standards required by certain industries is made much easier with the “Route into” action. Simply route existing conductors into a new highway path.

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Route into Highway

Conductors are routed into a highway

Action to “Route into Highway” available if highway plus conductors have been selected


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Highway Collapse/Expand

Unroute Highway

Unshare Highway

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Capital Logic 2009.1 introduced Highways as a new method of representing multiple conductors as a single graphical line. This feature extends the functionality with new actions to automatically route conductors into or out-of a selected highway. This feature also introduces an unshare action for highway objects.

Unrouted conductor(s) follows path of highway, if needed highway will be automatically deleted

Action available on a single conductor or entire highway

Unshare of highway matches existing behavior of conductors


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