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 The HousingComponent of an EEComponent defines on one hand the pins (electrological relevant information) in this HousingComponent and on the other hand a ConnecorHousingSpecification (the layout and design of the HousingComponent). The PinComponents are then positioned in the cavities. In the case of a coax contact, two PinComponents (the different electrical potentials) are placed in one cavity. The HousingComponent of an EEComponent defines on one hand the pins (electrological relevant information) in this HousingComponent and on the other hand a ConnecorHousingSpecification (the layout and design of the HousingComponent). The PinComponents are then positioned in the cavities. In the case of a coax contact, two PinComponents (the different electrical potentials) are placed in one cavity.
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 +===== Mating Point =====
 +{{ .:​diagrams:​5_2_mating_specification.jpg?​458x492 }}
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 +The contacting defines in the VEC the relation of a terminal, a wire, a seal and a cavity in a connector on the harness side. The coupling /¬†mating can be used to connect the harness side to another harness (in the case of an inliner) or to an ECU. The figure above shows a simplified example of the connection between an ECU (highlighted in orange) and a wiring connection (highlighted in blue). The MatingPoint simply connects the two TerminalRoles on each side. This method is used for example in a wiring definition, where the concrete connector is not yet known.
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 +For this reason this example omits the geometric aspects of a coupling (connector housing, slots, cavities).
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tutorials/vec/connectivity.txt · Last modified: 2019/03/07 17:37 by 4soft.becker