Created: September 1, 2017 | Updated: March 19, 2021
The Split Plane dialog
The Split Plane dialog provides controls to specify the required net to which to connect the currently selected Split Plane region. A split plane is an enclosed region on an internal plane that divides the plane into separate electrically isolated
areas. Each region is defined by placing boundary lines to encompass all the pins on that net. Each area is then assigned to a different net, which creates two or more split planes on the one internal power plane layer.
Click here for information regarding creating split planes.
This dialog is accessed from the PCB Editor in the following ways:
Double-click on a split plane region directly in the workspace.
Double-click on the entry for the split plane in the Split Planes region of the PCB panel (when configured in Split Plane Editor mode).
Right-click on the entry for the split plane in the Split Planes region of the PCB panel (when configured in Split Plane Editor mode) then choose Properties from the context menu.
Connect to Net - use this field to specify the net to which the split plane region is to connect. The associated drop-down lists all currently loaded nets for the design.