AutoCAD Electrical is a specialized software application developed by Autodesk for electrical design and drafting purposes. It is designed to assist electrical engineers, designers, and professionals in creating precise and efficient electrical drawings, schematics, and diagrams for a wide range of electrical systems and projects.

AutoCAD Electrical is a powerful tool that enhances the productivity and accuracy of electrical design professionals, making it an essential software solution for the electrical engineering and design industry.

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  1. From Fundamentals to Advanced: SKYSYS Engineering cover AutoCAD from the ground up, starting with the basics and gradually progressing to advanced topics. No matter your current skill level, you’ll find value in this course.

  2. Hands-On Experience: SKYSYS Engineering believe in learning by doing. Throughout the course, you’ll work on hands-on projects and exercises to reinforce your understanding of React.js concepts. Expect to build real-world applications.

  3. Interactive Learning: SKYSYS Engineering training sessions are highly interactive, allowing you to engage with instructors and fellow students. You’ll have opportunities to ask questions, seek clarification, and collaborate on projects.

  4. Project Portfolio: By the end of the course, you’ll have a portfolio of React.js projects to showcase to potential employers. These projects will demonstrate your expertise and problem-solving abilities.

  5. Flexibility: SKYSYS Engineering understand that life can be busy, so we offer flexible training options. Choose from in-person classes, live online sessions, or self-paced modules to fit your schedule and learning style.

  6. Small Class Sizes: SKYSYS Engineering maintain small class sizes to provide personalized attention to each student. This fosters a supportive learning environment where your questions are always welcome.
  7. Career Guidance: We’re not just focused on teaching; we’re invested in your success. Our career guidance and job placement assistance help you transition into a rewarding career in design or engineering.

AutoCAD ELECTRICAL Course Content


DAY : 1

 Introduction to CAD DESK
 AutoCAD Electrical
 User interface ,Mouse and Keyboard function

DAY : 2

 Need of Electrical drawing
 Creating electrical drawing
 Circuit diagram
 Wiring diagram

DAY : 3

 Block diagram

DAY : 4

 Electrical symbols
 Connectors
 terminals
 Indicators
 transformers
 resistors
 capacitors
 fuses
 diodes
 rectifiers

DAY : 5

 Making templates
 Creating sheets

DAY : 6

 Print and publish
 Draft setting properties

DAY : 7

 Project management
 Initializing project
 New drawing in Project

DAY : 8

 Opening project file
 Project properties & settings

DAY : 9

 Style Tab
 Inserting components using icon menu,

 Catalog browser,
 User defined list,
 Equipment list,
 Panel list

DAY : 10

 Pneumatic , Hydraulic and P&ID Components

DAY : 11

 Inserting wires
 Applying wires

DAY : 12

 Inserting user defined circuits
 Inserting ladders

DAY : 13

 Editing components
 Internal jumpers
 Editing circuits

 Editing wires and wire numbers

DAY : 14

 Introduction to PLC
 Inserting Parametric PLC’s

DAY : 15

 Inserting connectors
 Inserting terminals

DAY : 16

 Introduction Panel layout
 Icon menu for panel

DAY : 17

 Balloons insertions
 Schematic list
 Manual
 Manufacturer menu

DAY : 18

 Wire annotations
 Panel assembly
 Editors

DAY : 19

 Table generators
 Terminals
 Editing

DAY : 20

 Introduction to reports
 BOM of reports
 Component report
 Missing catalog report

DAY : 21

 Electrical audit
 Drawing audit
 Modifying tables

DAY : 22

 Project
 Schematic drawing
 Panel layout
 Report generation

Career Opportunities

A career in AutoCAD Electrical offers a range of opportunities in various industries where electrical design and drafting play a crucial role.

Electrical Design Engineer

Electrical design engineers use AutoCAD Electrical to create detailed electrical schematics, wiring diagrams, and layouts for various projects. They work in industries such as manufacturing, construction, and electronics.

Control Systems Engineer

Control systems engineers design and develop control systems for machinery and processes. AutoCAD Electrical is often used to create the control panel layouts, wiring diagrams, and PLC designs essential for these systems.

Automation Engineer

Automation engineers use AutoCAD Electrical to design and program automated systems, including robotics, PLCs, and HMI interfaces, for manufacturing and industrial processes.

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