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Terminal Attributes in Autocad Electrical

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11-07-2012 11:27 AM

I have a terminal from Phoenix Contact(their p/n 3031429) it's a 2 level terminal - sttb4.  When I associate two terminals (one on the top points, and one for the bottom points), it ends up putting the wrong terminal number on the top line.  It does not matter what order i click as "master terminal" or not.  And When I am dealing with a PLC, I use multiple 2-highs and it is a pain to constantly go in and manually force it to switch.  I will always have one terminal with the wire number(based on rung number) and one based off from a PLC address. Is there a way when associating these terminals it will alway look at the PLC address as the top point?  . . . Hope this makes sense.



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Re: Terminal Attributes in Autocad Electrical

11-07-2012 01:29 PM in reply to: manamalewis

might have better luck over in the AutoCAD Electrical forum;

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