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Analysis Results
The computation process for the plug assembly takes a few seconds to complete. The results are displayed in Analysis Summary area. The result of an analysis is a list of paths for each pair of entity nets which fall below the specified distance value (plus a global tolerance value which can be specified in the parameter Violation tolerance in the Options menu).
The green dots in front of Neutral and Earth indicate that there are no violations.
1. In the Clearance and Creepage dialog box, click Menu > Options. The Options dialog box opens.
2. Set the Violation tolerance to 2.00 mm.
3. Click OK to close the Options dialog box.
4. Click Compute All. The Analysis Summary shows that, Neutral has no violation. However, Earth has a minor violation as the indication has changed from green to yellow.
5. From the Analysis Summary area, select Earth.
6. Select individual results to see a single path or choose All Paths to see all the violations.
 
* The path list shows all the paths which lie within the specified distance, plus tolerance in ascending order.
* The color of the respective dot indicates the type of violation:
Red : Indicates a major violation. In this scenario, the path distance is less than clearance distance or creepage distance.
Yellow : Indicates a minor violation. In this scenario, the path distance is less than the addition of clearance distance and violation tolerance or creepage distance and violation tolerance.
Green : Indicates no violation. The path distance is more than sum of clearance distance and violation tolerance or creepage distance and the violation tolerance.