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1 Power Up Your Project with Electrical Families Kelli Lubeley

2 L EARNING O BJECTIVES Understand the parameters associated with power connectors and how they relate to panel schedules Define connectors for non-power electrical elements Understand panel families and how to create panels and devices for custom electrical systems Use spaces and zones to spatially organize systems

3 UNDERSTANDING ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS

4 In the Family Editor… System Type Number of Poles Power State Factor Load Classification Voltage Apparent Load Power Factor

5 In the Project…

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7 What’s Important? It’s all about Connector Parameters 1.Voltage 2.Apparent Load 3.Load Classification 4.Number of Poles

8 Non-Power Connector Types

9 Data Fire Alarm Nurse Call Communication Controls Security Telephone

10 If we do this… Why aren’t we doing this…

11 We rely on this…

12 Why not…

13 Special Panel Families +=

14 Panel Schedules Systems & Circuiting Coordination & Details

15 It’s as easy as… 1.Create a family defined as Electrical Equipment. 2.Select “Other Panel” under Part Type. 3.Assign the Connector to the correct System Type.

16 Customizing Panel Schedules

17 General Settings

18 Circuit Table

19 Loads Summary

20 1.Select a cell in the panel schedule template. 2.In the Choose Category drop-down, select a category. 3.In the Add Parameter drop-down, select a parameter.

21 Using Spaces and Zones

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24 Thank You! Kelli Lubeley Virtual Design Coordinator Dewberry


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