Interruption points

Electrical engineering

Interruption points denote the continuation of autoconnecting lines through multiple columns or pages of the schematic. They are used where certain potentials or signals must be spread over multiple schematic pages. (In earlier versions of EPLAN, these were also called potential arrows.) The interruption points often have the same names as the signal, but they may have a different one.

A routing path can be continued on another project page by means of a topology interruption point. The topology interruption point behaves like a normal interruption point, but it has only one topology connection point.