Copies a component catalog number assignment to other selected components.
Select the master component from which to copy the catalog data. Select the components to which you copy the catalog data.
This tool allows you to insert or edit extra catalog part numbers on to the currently selected component or footprint. You can add up to 99 additional part numbers to any schematic or panel component on-the-fly. These multiple BOM part numbers appear as subassembly part numbers to the main catalog part number in the various BOM and component reports.
On the Insert/Edit Component or Panel Layout - Component Insert/Edit dialog box, Catalog Data section, click Multiple Catalog.
The additional catalog part numbers are saved on the symbol as MFGn/CATn/ASSYCODEn attribute values. The "n" is the sequential code value "01" through "99" selected in the top list box. If these attributes are not present on the symbols, AutoCAD Electrical saves the information as Extended Entity Data (Xdata) on the block insert.
Adds up to 99 extra part numbers (in addition to the main catalog part number). Pick which one you want to add or inspect/edit. Click the list button to show all extra part numbers carried on the component.
Specifies the catalog part number information such as the manufacturer and catalog number.
Specifies the quantity number for the extra part number (blank=1). This value gets inserted into the "SUBQTY" column of a BOM report.
Specifies the unit of measure, which can be displayed in the component list report.
Lists the catalog database table that is to be referenced for the description information for the given Manufacturer/Catalog/Assembly combination. For each catalog entry, provide a name for the catalog look-up table. For the main catalog entry, this information is provided on the symbol itself but may not be there for these catalog entries. Select List to pick from a list of tables that are contained in your catalog database file or Misc to use the MISC_CAT table.
Checks for and displays catalog table information in the Parts Catalog dialog box for the selected component type.
Quickly performs a Bill of Material check and displays the result.
Assign an item number to the catalog number.
If checked, marks an item number as fixed. If you runlater on, fixed item numbers do not change.
Finds the assigned manufacturer, catalog, assembly code combination on components on the active drawing. If a match is found, the item number is assigned to this catalog. If a match is not found, a dialog box displays where you enter an item number or use the next available.
Lists the item numbers along with each manufacturer, catalog, assembly code combinations in use on the active drawing.
Finds the assigned manufacturer, catalog, assembly code combination on components on the drawings in the active project. If a match is found, the item number is assigned to this catalog. If a match is not found, a dialog box displays where you enter an item number or use the next available.
Lists the item numbers along with each manufacturer, catalog, assembly code combinations in use on the drawings in the active project.
If theproject setting is set Per-Component Basis, this section is disabled.
This dialog box displays the order in which the extra part numbers appear in the various AutoCAD Electrical reports. You can add up to 99 additional part number assignments to a component.
On the Insert/Edit Component or Panel Layout - Component Insert/Edit dialog box, Catalog Data section, click Multiple Catalog. Click Sequential Code: List on the Multiple Bill of Material Information dialog box.
To change the order, highlight the part number and click Move Up or Move Down to move it in the list.