Customer wants to know whether railways signalling,relay board,lighting schematics can be done using solidworks electrical.
Generally, SW Electrical deals with a "system level" in terms of schematic depth. This means discrete components, connectors, and interfacing to more complex electronics. If that is sufficient, it is the tool for you!
It doesn't deal with the guts of the complex electronics, so laying out a PCB schematic isn't really the intent of the tool. You can draw whatever schematics you want with it, but remember the intent of the software is to ease the burden of documentation of tagging and tracking BOM information, and then giving you the power to produce fully integrated electrico/mechanical models with placement and routing of electrical systems and interconnects.
Actually you could do it either with the single line diagram tools or look at how the PID diagrams/symbols are done. You COULD technically use passive symbols as well for your topographical maps, etc... The software doesn't make a distinction between tubing/wires, etc... You can always get a trial and check it out.
We have to customize the symbols and execute the schematics ... i think it is possible only up-to SWE 2D
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