Electrical Engineering Meets AutoCAD
The Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical software takes the utility and powerful tools found in AutoCAD and combines them with electrical engineering features such as: symbol libraries, BOM (bill of materials) reporting, along with PLC I/O design; all of which greatly boost your efficiency and make it possible to speed up the design process. Crafted for electrical engineering, AutoCAD Electrical is here to help you create the best standards based electrical designs in the shortest time possible.
|Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical 2020 64bit||$75|
|Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical 2019 64bit||$65|
|Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical 2018 64bit||$65|
|Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical 2017 64bit||$65|
|Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical 2016||$65|
|Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical 2015||$60|
|Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical 2014||$60|
|Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical 2013||$60|
|Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical 2012||$60|
|Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical 2011||$60|
|Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical 2010||$60|
|Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical 2009||$60|
The focus of this AutoCAD Electrical software is to provide engineers with tools suited to all their needs, because if they use software that isn’t for the purpose of electrical engineering they have no choice but to figure out some kind of manual solution for certain tasks. The amount of time it takes for them to manually resolve these matters can make it challenging to work with deadlines. AutoCAD Electrical puts everything you need front and centre, saving time and getting work done.
AutoCAD Electrical software offers many convenient features. Among them is electrical documentation which allows you to keep track of all aspects of your project. One such feature under this banner would be the automatically generated and customised reports which you can update as necessary. Collaboration is also made easy due to how easy it is to share DWG drawings between customers and suppliers. You can also keep your project more organised by using folders to sort your drawing. And also helpful for organising, files for electrical drafting projects can be reordered as necessary thanks to flexible drag and drop options. There’s also the option of converting schematics to the PDF format.
There are also tools to facilitate practical electrical panel layouts. With great ease you can incorporate components into your layout. The Terminal Strip editor allows you to boost your accuracy, while Terminal Strip Import/Export makes it possible for you to create 3D models by using terminal data. You can also reduce the amount of time you spend editing by using marking menus.
AutoCAD Electrical also makes it more convenient to create electrical schematic designs. Circuit Builder for example can be used to create simplified electrical designs. You also gain access to a vast symbol library for electrical schematics. With the software itself shipping with more than two thousand schematics symbols all of which are standards based.
Another helpful feature available in Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical is reducing errors. One of the ways in which this can be achieved is the capability of automatic numbering and tagging features. However going a step further, even more errors can be resolved through the ability to identify problems using real time error checks. Extremely helpful in terms of saving money as you catch any and all potential problems in the midst of the designing phase, meaning there is no inconvenience caused during the actual building phase.
Also among the available features as part of Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical software, are the tools for designing electrical controls. Using drawings from spread-sheets, you can conveniently determine the PLC I/O assignments for a given project. You will also find content libraries in accordance with manufacturer standards. The Catalogue Browser preview features are greatly enhanced and allow you to insert components directly. The Catalogue Browser also enables you to designate symbols and make edits to parts.
AutoCAD Electrical also has the benefit of interoperability with Inventor making for seamless integration between the capabilities of the two. For example using Inventor, you can merge 3D electrical parts with great ease. Also provided by this fusion of the two softwares is the ability to generate BOM (bill of materials) reports for linked projects.