Replace Device ID
This dialog lets the user renumber device IDs so that they consecutively follow the project's device ID format. This is useful if there has been editing within the project and the symbol IDs no longer represent their positions in the schematic, or if there are gaps in the ID sequences.
|Search||Use the Search field to select whether the renumbering will occur on the current page, on selected pages, or in the entire project.|
|Device Tag||Select the Device Tag check box to renumber device tags. All the devices IDs in the selected portion of the project will be renumbered according to the format that was selected in the Display Formats dialog in the project Options.|
|Terminal/Pin-Plug||To renumber terminals or pins, select the Terminal/Pin-Plug check box. The First Number field will become active where you can enter the number that the first terminal (pin) in each strip (plug) is to have.|
|Apply Schematic (PLC wired device ID) format||The Apply Schematic (PLC wired Device ID) format check box will assign the PLC address to the first non-terminal device connected to the PLC. This format can be edited in the project Options, Display Formats dialog.|
|Apply Schematic (PLC wired Terminal ID) format||The Apply Schematic (PLC wired Terminal ID) format check box will assign the PLC address to the first terminal connected to the PLC. This format can be edited in the project Options, Display Formats dialog.|
|Sort Direction||Select either the X or Y sort direction to determine the direction in which terminal numbering will proceed (X=horizontal, Y=vertical). Terminals or pins are numbered in ascending order of X coordinate and descending order of Y coordinate. If direction X is specified, terminals on the same X coordinate as one another are numbered first, followed by terminals on the next higher X coordinate, and so on across the page. The same applies by analogy for direction Y. Terminal or pin numbers which are part of a macro are treated as a single unit and numbered in such a way as to indicate their association with one another.|