You have opened a project and are viewing a schematic in the graphical editor.
- You have inserted a new interruption point or have double-clicked an interruption point (or selected the Properties popup menu item; in which case several interruption points can be selected). In the Properties <...> dialog, select the Interruption point tab.
- You have selected at least one interruption point. Project data > Connections > Sort interruption points. In the Sort interruption points dialog, select the Properties popup menu item. In the Properties <...> dialog, select the Interruption point tab.
- Project data > Connections > Interruption point navigator. In the Interruption points - <Project name> navigator dialog, select at one interruption point and then select the Properties popup menu item. In the Properties <...> dialog, select the Interruption point tab.
In this dialog you specify the properties for the selected interruption point(s). The Properties <...> dialog is available for placed interruption points.
Overview of the main dialog elements:
You can enter the device tag here which should be shown at the interruption point in the graphical editor, or click [...] to open the Place existing interruption point dialog and select an interruption point there to which the record should be assigned.
This field displays the full DT (i.e. structure identifier of the current environment + displayed DT) of the component / item. Use the [...] button to open the Full DT dialog. You can edit the structure identifiers there and select, e.g., another mounting location.
The sort code defines the sequence in which the interruption points are sorted. It is automatically assigned by EPLAN, but can be changed in this field. (The standard sort code is 100, i.e., the sorting occurs by page, row, and column.)
The interruption point can be assigned a descriptive text here. When using existing interruption points, this text is shown for the first interruption point (source).
Check this check box if the interruption point is to be connected to all the other interruption points as the source of a star layout.