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Representing cables where one end has loose wires and the other has a built-in connector.

Question asked by Justin Arseneault on Jun 21, 2017
Latest reply on Jun 22, 2017 by Evan Stanek

Hello all,


I am running into a bit of a dilemma with how to represent cables when I only care about individual cable cores at one end. We frequently use "Off-the-Shelf" cables with loose wires on one end and a built-in connector at the other. We wire the loose cable cores into terminal blocks inside the panels we build and the other end of the cable gets plugged into another device. I need to show the wire landings in the panel, but do not want the connector end to be drawn so that it looks like we need to land the wires on the connector pins. How would this be represented in a schematic?


I appreciate any suggestions!