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ltuk
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01-12-2007 12:59 AM
All,

I have a problem with my fuse block.
The way that we label a fuse block is with its rail number "X1" for example, followed by the terminal number for example ".3".

Aswell as this when we use to use Electrical Designer we had a second counter, which counted every instance of this block being inserted, which starts "CF" followed by the counter. So for example if we had 2 terminal rails, the second terminal rail although it would have the "X2" terminal rail and the ".1" BUT the CF number would have carried on from "X1".

So for example if their are 10 fuse blocks on "X1", the first fuse block on "X2" would be called "X2.1 CF11".

I hope this is understandable, and thank you for your continued help.

LTUK

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