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  • Paul Bloom
    Paul Bloom

    Are you using pin groups?

    For example, does your E3 device tree show P1 as having 2 pins or 16 pins?  

    If I am not being clear, please share a fully expanded image of you E3 device tree for this cable.

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  • Sanu Warrier
    Sanu Warrier

    As Paul mentioned in the earlier post, not sure about the intent of that design decision or questions.

    However, there are some limitations and options for combining pins in E3.series

    1. The pin number has somewhere around a 64 Character limit.
    2. Pins can be combined using the Pin Groups options. 
    3. You can use an internal pin attribute to communicate complex pin information in place of using the pin number field.

     

    Need more details, though.

     

    Edited - correction for character limit

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  • Suee Chi
    Suee Chi

    Sir Paul Bloom

    I am using 2 pins in P1. Just changed its name to 1-9 and 9-16. 

     

    Sir Sanu Warrier

    How can I then use the internal pin attribute everywhere in reports, foamboard, etc? I don't have this issue every time. Can't the 16 Character limit be extended?

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  • Sanu Warrier
    Sanu Warrier

    Sorry Correction - in the library you can pin numbers with 64 characters. NOT 16

     

    For internal attributes - If you want to use it for a report it will have to be custom - in case there needs to be an internal pin attribute. 

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