Hello I'm a newbie of Solidworks Electrical. i would like to know if there is an easy way to import a connector (or a general component), from an sldprt file?
Is there someone that could help me?
Riccardo, the short answer is that any .sldprt can be made to work with SOLIDWORKS Electrical, you can run the "Electrical Component Wizard" in Electrical 3D with an open part. With the Wizard, you define where the connection points are located, mapping them to the circuits/terminals on your part as it sits in your Electrical schematic library. Save the part to apply the electrical intelligence.
An extra logical connection that most people make is within your part properties, select the part you've made "electrical intelligent" in the part's meta data properties.
That way when the part is selected in your schematic, the 3D part you've mapped the connection points on will be readily available to insert into your electrical assembly.
Another option if you are looking moving in the other direction, creating a symbol from a SW part, is to open the part in SW and save the appropriate view as a DWG. Then you can import the DWG into the symbol manager, add attributes and connections.
If you go with Jonathan's route, this blog shows how to import symbols. SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic Tutorial: Importing Symbols
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