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Zuken launches component manufacturer alliance program for E³.series


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Zuken has officially launched the E³.series Component Manufacturer Alliance Program that enables users of E³.series electrical CAD software to access commercial and technical component data for thousands of parts.

Members of the alliance include Siemens, U.I.Lapp, Wago Kontakttechnik and the most recently appointed HARTING Technology Group.

The component data from these companies is stored within the E³.series library, eliminating the need for users to manually enter component data into their library components, saving time and reducing potential errors associated with manual data entry.

From the large selection of component data in the various manufacturer databases, a user-specific library can be created quickly and easily using E³.series. The time consuming process of searching for components and looking through data sheets is avoided. Users can find the required component more quickly with the correct commercial and technical data.

“Within the scope of the E¬≥.series Component Alliance Program we are now able to make the data of our components accessible to our customers. We welcome the opportunity to make our contribution to a more rationalized optimized and shorter development process by using the benefits (or data) of our innovative product portfolio,” said Hartmut Schwettmann, managing director of HARTING Electric, part of the HARTING Technology Group.

HARTING components are used widely in the railway and transportation, mechanical and plant engineering, factory automation, power generation and distribution, along with industrial electronics and telecommunication sectors. These industries represent a significant proportion of the E³.series customer base.

Zuken is represented in Canada by Javelin Technologies (

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