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 +~~NOTRANS~~
 +[[..:​start|Index]] - [[3_6_ecus_and_ee_components| Previous ]] - [[3_8_accessories | Next ]] 
 +====== 3.7 Pinning ======
 +<​html> ​  <​head> ​    </​head> ​  <​body> ​    <​p>​ The following section contains examples for the definition of Pinning information in the VEC. This means the specification of the electrical behavior of <​i>​PinComponents</​i>​. ​     </​p> ​   </​body>​ </​html>​ ===== Signal Peak Distance and Duration =====
 +{{map> ​ ..:​diagrams:​3_7_1_signal_peak_distance_and_duration.jpg?​410x615 ​ }}
 +  * [[:​models:​vec_v1_1_2:​classes:​pintiming|PinTiming @ 24,​539,​195,​603 ]]
 +  * [[:​models:​vec_v1_1_2:​classes:​pintiming|PinTiming @ 227,​539,​398,​603 ]]
 +  * [[:​models:​vec_v1_1_2:​classes:​pincomponent|PinComponent @ 108,​273,​284,​319 ]]
 +  * [[:​models:​vec_v1_1_2:​classes:​pincomponentbehavior|PinComponentBehavior @ 108,​357,​284,​403 ]]
 +  * [[:​models:​vec_v1_1_2:​classes:​pinvoltageinformation|PinVoltageInformation @ 66,​441,​326,​487 ]]
 +{{<map}}
 +<​html> ​  <​head> ​    </​head> ​  <​body>​ This example shows how a digital signal with pulse width and pulse separation can be defined. The <​i>​PinComponentBehavior</​i>​ of a <​i>​PinComponent</​i>​ has <​i>​PinVoltageInformation</​i>​. The <​i>​PinVoltageInformation</​i>​ can define multiple <​i>​PinTiming</​i>​ definitions. For pulsed digital signals, two <​i>​PinTimings</​i>​ are used. One <​i>​PinTiming</​i>​ (Duration) describes the pulse width. The other <​i>​PinTiming</​i>​ (Peak&#​160;​Distance) describes pulse separation. ​  </​body>​ </​html>​ ===== Load Type Dependant Maximum Current (Relais) =====
 +{{map> ​ ..:​diagrams:​3_7_2_load_type_dependant_maximum_current_relais.jpg?​383x269 ​ }}
 +  * [[:​models:​vec_v1_1_2:​classes:​pincurrentinformation|PinCurrentInformation @ 14,​199,​161,​260 ]]
 +  * [[:​models:​vec_v1_1_2:​classes:​pincurrentinformation|PinCurrentInformation @ 217,​199,​364,​260 ]]
 +  * [[:​models:​vec_v1_1_2:​classes:​pincomponentbehavior|PinComponentBehavior @ 14,​101,​167,​147 ]]
 +  * [[:​models:​vec_v1_1_2:​classes:​pincomponentbehavior|PinComponentBehavior @ 203,​101,​356,​147 ]]
 +  * [[:​models:​vec_v1_1_2:​classes:​pincomponent|PinComponent @ 98,​10,​268,​56 ]]
 +{{<map}}
 +<​html> ​  <​head> ​    </​head> ​  <​body> ​    <​p>​ Dependant on the load type (inductive, resistive, capacitive) a switching contact of a relais can have different maximum loads. ​    </​p> ​     <p> The diagram shows a <​i>​PinComponent</​i>​ of type switch that has two <​i>​PinComponentBehaviors</​i>​ with pinType resistive and inductive. Each <​i>​PinComponentBehavior </​i>​has a <​i>​PinCurrentInformation</​i>​ with type maxCurrent and different current values. ​     </​p> ​   </​body>​ </​html> ​
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 +~~DISCUSSION~~
  
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