KBL Implementation Guidelines
The VDA / PSI recommendation Harness Description List (KBL) defines an information model, a data dictionary, and an XML schema derived from and compliant to the model. The intention of the model was to cover a wide range of use cases and application scenarios. For this reason the specification had to be kept generic in some degree and in some aspects. However, for specific scenarios and / or use cases a more detailed description on “how the different pieces fit together” is possible.
To avoid dialects in the different KBL implementations, further guidelines or recommendations are necessary. This collection of implementation guidelines contributes to the unambiguous interpretation of the KBL standard. For various wiring harness definition or electrical system aspects and scenarios the correct instantiation is shown and specific hints for correct usage are given.
Contributing and Proposals
If you find any bugs in the implementation guidelines or if you have a request for a specific topic, or if you would like to contribute your own tutorials please drop us an issue on the PROSTEP JIRA. If you don’t have an account there yet, see here for the procedure to get one.
Latest ChangesThe following table contains lately changed pages, sorted descending by last change.
|Title||Last Change Comment||Created||Changed|
|Multiple Cavity Parts||KBLFRM-950: Added implementation guideline for multiple parts at a contact point.||2020-06-16||2020-09-14|
|3D B-Spline Representation||Removed Disclaimer from recommendations 3D B-Spline Representation and Supplier Parts and Supplier Part Selection||2020-05-04||2020-07-07|
|Supplier Parts and Supplier Part Selection||Removed Disclaimer from recommendations 3D B-Spline Representation and Supplier Parts and Supplier Part Selection||2020-05-26||2020-07-07|
|KBL Implementation Guidelines||KBL V2.5-SR1: Publication of KBL 2.5 SR1||2020-06-26||2020-06-26|
|Sealed Ring Terminals||KBLFRM-631: Added guideline for ring terminals and overlapping wire protections.||2020-05-29||2020-06-19|