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Instrumentation Cable termination Token format

Instrumentation Cable termination Token format

(OP)
I am trying to produce an autocad drawing from a junction box strip. I have created a jb/tstrip and several instruments with cables. I have terminated these instruments on the tstrip, when I use one of the preprogrammed drawings supplied by Bentley/Rebis, I see all the instruments terminated on the tstrip.

I have created my own terminal strip drawing and am able to get the strip and terminal numbers to generate on the drawing.

My problem is with instruments that are associated with strip, I am able to get the first instrument terminated on the strip to show, token is "&I1A.TAG_NO".

What is the token format for the second and third and fourth....... instrument ?

Thanks

Ken

RE: Instrumentation Cable termination Token format


  Now maybe this is a dumb question, but....
  Did you enter the tag number when you created the term.?

RE: Instrumentation Cable termination Token format

(OP)
That is rather an unclear question. This problem has been resolved.

Thanks

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