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Re: Reports

01-23-2013 11:20 AM in reply to: Justin2012

The jumper chart displays jumpers between terminal blocks or the various levels of multilevel terminal blocks. It is not intended to display jumpers between the wire connections of a PLC or other devices.

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Re: Reports

01-23-2013 02:23 PM in reply to: dougmcalexander

Ok, is there another way to show this internal jumpers?

Also, I have my automatic report set up BUT for some reason the BOM is coming out differently( not picking the Suppress Item Column Repeats). Please refer to the picture and advise what I am doing wrong.

 

Thanks you.

Justin

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Re: Reports

01-25-2013 01:16 PM in reply to: dougmcalexander

Any help on the above the question , please.

 

Thanks.

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Re: Reports

05-28-2013 01:03 PM in reply to: Justin2012

Has anyone find the solution on how to get an automate list of all the internally jumped wires - that is wires jumped from IN1 to IN2 (not terminals)?

 

How can I set up my "Report Format File Setup to exclude the PUT ON DRAWING. I want all the other options but no put on drawing.

 

Please assist. Thanks for any help. 

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