So what is the difference between a coax and oval multicore? I can't seem to find any information about it. Also what is the difference between a commercial and military twisted pair? Is it just the symbol
Mostly it is about the indicator graphics, however with Coax there is always a shield termination. Some customers create their own indicators.
I have a part number that i can use for drops but cannot use it between splices, but have no idea why. For instance that part is used on a multicore made up of 215,217, but not on the core of 224 and 226. Its all the same shield twisted pair
I have no idea why that can't be used to connect between two splices... have you contacted customer services?
think about what you are physically implementing - a shielded twisted-pair has 3 conductors, so you need 3 splices when connecting to another shielded twisted-pair. So you're now asking what's happening at the device end in the diagram? Well, I've physically terminated the twisted pair, as shown on the diagram, but I've indicated the shield will be taken to another pin - so the harness builder will unbraid the shield then terminate it on dev1597. Alternatively, and more usually, I could have specified a splice (solder-sleeve) on the shileding at the end of the multicore and have an additional wire to terminate the solder-sleeved-shield at the device/connector (wire a, below). (Apologies for my non-standard splice styling)
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K got it and it works, so then what is the point of the daisy chain function? When should it be used?
imagine 4 coax cables terminating at a connector. That makes 4 signals with 4 shields - requiring a maximum of 8 pins. On the other hand you might want to short all the shileds to a single pin - so in VeSys you connect just one of the co-ax shields to a pin and daisy chain its glyph to the glyphs of the remaining shields - this shows the correct graphical connectivity as well as maintaining the correct electrical continuity.
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