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Intergraph Smart Electrical Installation and Upgrade

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English (United States)
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Intergraph Smart Electrical
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Installation & Upgrade
SmartPlant Foundation / SDx Version
Smart Electrical Version
10
Smart Instrumentation Version
(none)
Smart P&ID Version
10
Smart Engineering Manager Version
11
  1. Insert the Smart Electrical DVD into the drive. If the installation does not start automatically, double-click SPEL_setup.exe in the main folder.

  2. On the Welcome page, click the Additional Software link.

  3. On the Additional Software page, click Smart Electrical Reference Data.

  4. On the Smart Electrical Reference Data Setup Wizard Welcome page, click Start Setup to start the reference data setup wizard.

  5. On the Details and Features page, under Select Features to Install, make sure that the Smart Electrical Reference Data check box is selected.

  6. Click the Smart Electrical Reference Data header text to display more options.

  7. In the Install Path field, accept the default installation path or if required, specify a different path.

  8. Click Next.

  9. On the License Agreement page, select your country or region from the list to view the license agreement in your language and then select the I agree to the license agreement and conditions check box.

  10. Click Install.

  11. On completion of the installation, if you want to open the Readme file, select View Readme.

  12. Click Finish to close the installation wizard.

  13. After installation, do the following:

    1. Share the folder that contains the reference data.  All Smart Electrical users must be granted read permission to this share. Write permission to the share is required to make changes to the symbols, rules, templates, and other reference data.

    2. Ensure that the SmartPlant Resource Path setting in Options Manager points to this folder.

We recommend that you make a copy of the reference data and store it with your plant files. This practice will help you with future service pack installations, data recovery, and so forth.