I have observed in your design that wire is passing through 3 junction nodes, so if there is some Junction node addon value set in project preferences then it will add that value 3 times to wire length. This means in design attached Total wire length = Total bundle length + 3* Add on per Junction
Please check if some value is set for parameter "Add-on per Junction" in project preferences. If it is set to non zero value then please set it to 0 and then calculate length. Now i believe you will get wire length as per your expectations.
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Thank you for your response...
I have verified the Add-On value for junctions is set to zero.
I then go recalculate wire lengths (CNTRL+ALT+L) and still get 50 listed in my wire list.
Any possibility something needs to be refreshed for the zero value to be counted.
I have gone to File- Refresh - Refresh All with no success.
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I think if project preferences is not the issue then we need to check Customer details in Capital lIbrary. Just before that i like to confirm if Splice used in design have a part number assigned to it and that also with 0 add on value. In case splice is without part number then in Project preferences first set Default splice strip length to 0 and then run calculation again. If now also there is no change in calculated length then check as below
You please edit your design and check to which customer that design belongs to.
Lets say it belongs to cutomer A.
Open Capital library and double click on Customer folder. In Customer UI select the customer A . At bottom of UI, set Rounding Method to Default. Now refresh library parts in XC and rerun calculation (CNTRL+ALT+L). I hope now result is as per your expectations.
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Wire length calculation is also based on what's happening at each connector.
Check the datum positions of the connectors. With a Front Datum the connector's knock-off value (Base tab in Library) is subtracted from the wire length. Back datum adds the add-on value. Tip datum uses knock-off value from the terminal's library definition