Learn how to make edits to component properties and insert ports such as Vcc and ground ports within electrical schematics.
- [Instructor] To jump into some…component properties I can right click…on a specific component and just go into properties.…Or maybe an even faster shortcut than that,…is just to double click on any component.…That's going to jump me into the properties as well.…Here I have a number of properties I can change,…I can add a whole number of parameters if needed.…I can change a description or id, a designator and so on.…In this case, I'm going to leave pretty much the defaults.…Maybe I'll just change the designator to U1 here…and of course I could change whatever…other values I may need and hit OK once I'm finished.…
And I can see that's automatically…coming in on my component here.…If I need to move a component at any time,…again very simple, just click and drag…to change the location of any component as well.…And another very useful tool is the Power Ports.…So, again if I go to my Home tab…and jump into Power Port here,…and here I'm probably going to place a lot of…the schematic symbols within a specific project.…
- Navigating the user interface
- Creating a new project in SOLIDWORKS PCB
- Placing electrical components onto drawings
- Wiring and annotating schematics
- Creating and editing PCBs
- PCB design
- SOLIDWORKS collaboration
- Creating schematic symbols
- Changing between 2D and 3D views of the PCB board design
- Generating final outputs
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Schematic Design
3. SOLIDWORKS Collaboration
4. PCB Design
6. Final Tools and Outputs
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