The following is an example of the kind of information
that NX View displays when the NX Tester is displaying an error:
The NX View Error Display is divided into
- The top panel contains error information on two
lines. The top line contains the same information that is displayed
on the first line of the NX Tester’s display. In the example
above, an OPEN error is displayed, and there are a total of 10
errors. The second line contains the same information that is
displayed in the fourth line of the NX Tester’s display.
In the example above, the type of diode error is identified.
- The second panel displays the two fixture
block-pin connection points associated with the error. In the
example above, fixture block B, pin 2 and fixture block D, pin
2 are associated with the DIODE error.
- The third panel displays an optional depiction
of the connector associated with the fixture block. The pins associated
with the error are circled as shown above. The depiction of the
connector can either be an image created by the NX Fixture Block
Editor, or a graphic generated by NX View based upon information
provided in the Fixture Blocks view of the NX Editor.
- The fourth panel displays the wire name and color
if these parameters have been defined in the Connections view
of the NX Editor.
- The fifth panel displays an optional document associated
with the fixture block or the connection group.