Altium NEXUS 3.0.11 build 109 | 3.3 Gb
The Altium product team is pleased to announce the availability of NEXUS 3.0.11 (Update 2) build 109. This latest update continues to deliver new features and enhancements to the software's core technologies, while also addressing many issues raised by customers through the AltiumLive Community's BugCrunch system.
35929 Fixed issue that caused an error when dragging a component from the Components panel to a schematic document. (BC:12578)
35952 Fixed issue that caused invalid generated messages when Validating a project for each Net contained in Harnesses.
35979 Fixed regression that caused placed components covered by a Compile Mask to still be checked when compiling a project.
35989 Fixed an issue whereby the number of created channels was not equal to the total declared number of channels in the separate REPEAT declarations, when two instances of the same sheet symbol were used.
36022 Fixed issue that caused locked designators to be reset in the Properties panel.
36038 Fixed an issue whereby errors that existed on a project and being detected in Altium NEXUS 2.0, were not being detected in Altium NEXUS 3.0.
36095 Fixed regression that caused certain fonts to shift vertically in a manner that covered the wires they were placed above.
36117 Fixed an issue whereby pins were being removed from nets erroneously during ECO.
36135 Fixed an issue where certain SVG image files could not be placed on a schematic.
36189 Fixed bug that caused harness sheet entries to report violations as harness objects.
36235 Fixed an issue where opening a multichannel design created in an older version would not respect the Lock Physical Designator option, resulting in changes to component designations. (BC:12498, BC:12500)
36259 Fixed an issue with multichannel designs where the compiler was not resolving and displaying the physical net names correctly, in accordance with the selected net naming options.
36360 Fixed an issue where schematic junctions would render as hollow circles when printing in black and white mode.
36456 Fixed issue that caused Parameter Manager to incorrectly display Parameter values.
35542 Fixed issue that caused visibility settings to be reset in the View Configuration panel after switching from 2D to 3D and/or saving and reopening the PCB.
35863 Fixed an issue that required the object justification button within the Properties panel to be pressed numerous times in order to select the desired justification, rather than requiring a single click.
36048 Fixed issue that would not allow a change to units in the PCB Modal Properties dialog. (BC:12428)
36295 Fixed an issue where defining a pad propagation delay resulted in an incorrect total propagation delay for an xSignal.
36311 Fixed issue that caused Tuning tool to not use Via delay for matching.
36386 Fixed issue where the track width values displayed in the Layer Stack Manager were slightly different from the values displayed in the PCB design rules.
36387 Fixed issue that caused incorrect rounding errors for Impedance profile in the Layer Stack Manager.
36449 Fixed issue that caused text position to move when using Text Justification in a PCBLIB document when saving and reopening. (BC:12642)
36450 Fixed issue that would not allow selection of rotated text in PCB documents when using Text Justification. (BC: 12642)
36527 Platform: Fixed issue that caused the Scripting system to incorrectly handle cases when function returns set. (BC:12177)
36590 Platform: Updated Japanese localization.
36087 Data Management: Added 'Content Vault replaced with Manufacturer Part Search' dialog that redirects users to the Manufacturer Part Search panel.
36122 Data Management: Fixed an issue with alpha-numeric sorting in the Components panel.
36262 Data Management: M: Fixed an issue where the Manufacturer Part Search panel could not be used because of an issue with user access authorization.
36121 SIM: remove generation and displaying of empty *.sim files after running the simulation
36231 SIM: Fixed bug that caused current and power probe data to not be utilized correctly by the simulation engine.
36467 Draftsman: Fixed issue where the component reference marker was not shown for a BGA with alpha-numeric pad numbering. (BC:8576)
Altium NEXUS is an easy to implement, team-based PCB workflow solution designed to provide the transparency needed for engineering teams to collaborate with confidence. Even though Altium NEXUS includes all the various industry leading PCB domain editors required to create a circuit board, its core DNA is enabling design teams to work together.
Design collaboration is enabled through user roles and managed data (library and design), while providing process automation and a framework to configure common electronic design activities and workflows. This provides organizational transparency to design data changes and workflow states through role based notification. By using Altium NEXUS, companies will have the ability to manage their PCB data, improve communication as it relates to multidisciplinary engineering, and configure and automate workflows replacing existing manual processes - resulting in the reduction of design respins and delivery of higher quality products in a shorter period of time.
Altium NEXUS introduces new technology in PCB data management, design collaboration, and process and workflow control, making it the most comprehensive circuit board design solution, while taking the risk out of integration and deployment. Altium NEXUS includes server technology to support collaboration, process management, and data management, hosted either on-premise (same as Altium Vault), or cloud (option not available previously) environments. The core schematic and PCB design technology of Altium NEXUS is identical to that of Altium Designer 18.0, sharing 100% of the design capabilities - now and always.
In 2009, Altium embarked upon an ambitious plan to transition the design work to the manufacturing process seamlessly through a consistent workflow with real-time component information. They recognized that this process had to be repeatable, accountable, and traceable. Released in 2011, it became known as "The Vault."
With changes to the name, the functionality, and the various offerings over the years, it's been difficult to understand what exactly is NEXUS or Concord Pro. Is it a library database? Is it a repository? Is it a version control system? In short - it's all of them.
Altium LLC. is a multinational software corporation headquartered in San Diego, California, that focuses on electronics design systems for 3D PCB design and embedded system development. Altium products are found everywhere from world leading electronic design teams to the grassroots electronic design community. Founded in 1985, Altium has offices worldwide, with US locations in San Diego, Boston and New York City, European locations in Karlsruhe, Amersfoort, Kiev, Munich, Markelo and Zug, and Asia Pacific locations in Shanghai, Tokyo and Sydney.
Product: Altium Nexus
Version: 3.0.11 (Update 2) build 109
Supported Architectures: x64
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System Requirements: PC *
Supported Operating Systems: *
Size: 3.3 Gb
Below are the recommended system requirements to install and run Altium NEXUS.
Recommended System Requirements
- Windows 7 SP1 (64-bit only), Windows 8 (64-bit only), or Windows 10 (64-bit only) Intel Core i7 processor or equivalent
- 16GB RAM
- 10GB hard disk space (Install + User Files)
- High performance graphics card (supporting DirectX 10 or better), such as GeForce GTX 1060/Radeon RX 470
- Dual monitors with 2560x1440 (or better) screen resolution
- 3D mouse for 3D PCB design, such as the Space Navigator
- Adobe Reader (version XI or later for 3D PDF viewing)
- Internet Connection
- Up to date Web browser
- Microsoft Office 32-bit or 64-bit (Microsoft Excel required for BOM, Microsoft Access required for DbLibs). 64-bit Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 (required for DbLibs) - this is included in Microsoft Office 64-bit, but not included in Microsoft Office 32-bit).