Our Conduit and Cable Schedule Program
works nicely for instrumentation and control as well
as for power; small projects as well as large projects. Of course,
the larger the project the greater the savings to you.
Everything related to the circuit you are working on is conveniently
shown on one database screen. If you prefer to view all circuits without the
wire numbers, you can change tabs to view all circuits in a spreadsheet
Our Cable Scheduler and all other modules are built for a multi-user
environment so that many engineers and designers can work on each project
all at the same time.
Our Cable Scheduler can be used with our Intelligent AutoCAD add on
to link records in your project database to Blocks on your drawings.
When you add your cables, conduits, trays and equipment to your
Interconnections, Schematic diagrams, equipment layouts or conduit plans
in AutoCAD, they are added
to your project database automatically. Or build your cable schedule
in the database. If you decide to make drawings later, you can link
blocks on your drawings to circuits and equipment at any time.
Our Conduit form calculates Conduit Fill and provides tools that
help you easily filter for conduits that are under sized or over sized.
Our Tray form calculates Tray Fill and provides tools that
help you easily filter for trays that are under sized.
Many of our standard reports list all conduits associated
with a circuit. The remarks column lists all other circuits
that are routed through these associated conduits.
You can filter your conduit and cable reports by up to 6 different fields.
Once wire numbers are assigned to circuits and connected to
terminals in equipment, you can be automatically update the wire numbers in all cables
for that equipment all the way back to the control room so you do not have to retype
the same numbers over and over again.
Cables and terminal strips can be automatically generated for
groups of instruments and equipment.
Large quantities of conduits can be automatically generated by selecting circuits
and conduit size/type.
There are many useful reports already built in and the user can
add more if needed. Some of the reports included in this module
are: Terminal boxes (including terminal strips and terminal count),
I/O card listing, Cable Raceway, Conduit and Tray fill, Cable
Types material list, Conduit and Cable Schedules (with or without terminal
numbers and/or wire numbers), a basic loop drawing which covers
most possible instrument loops, and an IO card wiring diagram.
To enter the From and To for a circuit, simply select equipment from
the drop down lists or you can connect
wires directly to terminals and K Data will update the From or To for
K Data keeps track of wires entered in a circuit and will
not allow entry of more wires than the type of cable has (example
a 2 conductor cable). The software checks for duplicate circuit
numbers and duplicate terminal strip numbers within the same piece
Terminal boxes can be constructed and saved as standards for
building future terminal boxes.
I/O cards can be constructed and saved as standards for