I need to add fibres and patch panels to a schematic, is it possible to setup this wire type ?
I use single-conductor 'cables' for fiber optic stuff since that's typically how people expect to see them on a BOM. You could certainly create a wire style for them and draw them as wires as well (I like to use the part number of the wire/cable as the wire style name so the wire lists appears like a BOM for wires).
Then it's about how you connect them - usually you'd terminate the actual fiber into a single- or dual-wire connector, so you'd add the connector to the library (making custom sub-classes inside Connectors is a nice touch if you're in SW2018+).
If you're doing COTS/purchased cable assemblies, making the 'cable' have a real part number and the connectors on either end having "do not order"/virtual/generic part numbers that you'll later filter out of a BOM keeps everything consistent. There's nothing especially tough about optical cables, just the usual battle to make the software represent what we want, how we want.
Thanks for your help Jeff, will get started on it, its quite a specific cable that the client wants to use so will try and get it so it shows correctly in the bom
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