Component request

The following description is handed over to you, designed as a procedure which provides the best practice to enter components into the FNT Command environment.

 

Graphics

 

In general, FNT only provides master data in graphical layout which can be handled with the program module ‘Switch cabinet’. Device types without graphical layout like adapters, cables, switch cabinets, modules, junction boxes, splice cassettes, climate components, etc. can be anytime created by you using the Command Administration. Your system contains already predefined devices based on different manufacturers and functionalities which can be efficiently copied and adapted according to your requirements.

 

Validation

 

In the meantime, the FNT CI-library consists of more than 53.000 component entries; before ordering the components from FNT, please check, if the components are already provided for download, using the following URL: https://components.fntsoftware.com

  

Ordering from FNT

 

Whenever required graphics do not exist, you can order them using the FNT Service Desk; precondition is an existing support contract. Depending on the type (module or chassis) the required data get prompted using this order procedure. Please consider also the appropriate guidelines for creation of components.

Please appreciate the fact that we can create only components which are based on valid details; in case of doubts we will contact you.

  

Delivery

 

After the creation of the components, you will get a message from our Support Team, which informs you about the components being provided for download; for download the following URL is used: https://components.fntsoftware.com

 

 

 

 

Contact

For technical questions regarding our products you can conatct us:

Europe
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+49 (7961) 9039 444

North America
Mo – Fr  8am – 5pm (EST)
+1 (973) 590 2627

Service Desk: support@remove-this.fntsoftware.com

FNT Product Lifecycle Services

FNT Product Lifecycle Services

 

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