Caneco Implantation determines, as economically as possible, the conduits as well as all the switchgear by means of a multi-manufacturer database.
Pascal MARTIN, Technical Manager
Caneco Implantation does the wiring automatically, using junction boxes, octopus cables and cable trays. You obtain the complete bills of quantities, the drawings and labels, the legend and the parts lists.
Interfaced with Caneco BT, The Caneco Implantation implementation data are used to calculate current intensities, cable lengths and cross-sections (from the first receiver to the last one), and circuit consumption. This enables Caneco BT to:
All the calculation results (cable cross-sections, etc.) are integrated directly into the Caneco Implantation plan.
Caneco Implantation produces all the documents required for the design, creation, verification and maintenance of the installation:
Entry in the architect’s plan and the two-way link between the implementation plan and the Caneco BT calculation software avoid the risk of entry duplication or version discrepancy.
This gives you a study time saving of up to 50%.
Caneco Implantation works off an AutoCAD/AutoCAD MEP interface, enabling you to master it very quickly. You don’t even need to initiate another piece of software to go from the architect’s plan to electrical implementation!
With the OEM module, an AutoCAD engine is incorporated in Caneco Implantation, so your software is self-contained and you don’t need to purchase a full version of AutoCAD.
ALPI offers an annual maintenance contract on this software.
This includes assistance by phone or by email provide by electrical engineering specialists, downloads of manufacturer catalogue updates and downloads of software updates, notably in the case of developments in regard to standards.
Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Seven (32 or 64 bits)