I understand that a panel board can be set to 84 or 126 poles to show circuits correctly, but after a great deal of seraching, I have not found information on how to show the second section (or third section) as a Panel Schedule. Earlier it was said that a Panel Schedule can not be created to show circuits 43-84. Is this true in Revit 2011? If so, is there any use to setting the number of poles of a panel to more than 42?
In 2011, you can set the panel schedule template to have the same number of slots as the Panel itself, whether that is 42, 84, 126, or anything else for that matter. You can create a parameter to indicate on the schedule how many sections are required.
Hi everone, just wondering if there has been an update to this question. Specifically in regards to starting at circuit 43. What I have done in the past with feed-thru panels is that I've changed panel section 1 to be 48 circuits..locked all the breakers then i connected panel section 2 to panel section 1..the panel schedule template only shows 42 circuits but all the load summary information is transfered over to section 1. So for circuiting I'd have B1..circuit 1-42 and B2..circuit 1-42....instead I want to have B2 start from circuit 43. Is this possible? We are using 2013. THANKS!
I haven't found a truly practical solution to this yet, but I do have a method which is described here:
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