PANEL LEVEL WIRE SEQUENCE IS NOT WORKING IN AUTOCAD ELECTRICAL-2012 ALSO.
ITS VERY DIFICULT TO WIRE SEQUENCE IN SCHEMATICS.
PLEASE UPDATE ATLEAST IN 2013 ELECTRICAL
When using Angled tee-markers, the connection order is decided by how these are drawn.
Seems to me like you're trying to connect -CR12:3, -FV7:1, -FV4:1, -FV6:1, -FV5:1 and -FV1:1 all to -CR12:1 ?
No, this is not answer to my question.
My Question is like that autocad electrical-2012 has one option in
Panel layout/panel level sequencing
but this option is not working
please see the new attachment
Sorry.. I read "wire sequencing" in your post and answered thereby.
I tried your drawing, and couldn't get it to work either. Got better results when I changed the angled tee-markes to dots, but still not correct.
Sorry that I couldn't help you more.
Good Morning Brother in ACADE [ACADE=AutoCAD Electrical for Short]
I'm going through some mayor pains trying to make ACADE to respect my wire sequence but just keeps doing what ever the "heaven" it wants. I help building MV Substationsor Power Houses and some of them have switchgearswith an exceding amount of 6k+ connections, and ACADE sometimes makes my job unbeareable.
Please tell me if you have been abled to use Panel Level Sequencing? is not working for me either and it would be a significan help if it could.
For example: I have a Buss Diferential Switchgear that uses GE Multilin B-90 relay computer, each B-90 has 200 hundred pins which symbols can be spread througout the entire project in other words, the schematic symbols for each of the functions of the bloody device are spread throughout 100 drawings, now you tell me which method would you prefer?
Technique 1: To painfully and very slowly "brut force" set the wire sequence on each wire network of each drawing where the childs of this prolific parent (b-90) are.
Technique 2: To set the Sequence Code and Sequence Priority Level on one Drawing where the foot print of this parent (b-90) is.
Now, the second option is has not been a charm for me yet...
May The force of our Electrical Mind Be With you.
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There is a known issue that the Panel Level Sequencing is not working as expected and as described in the Help. This has been logged in our tracking system. I apologize for this inconvenience.
I have Checked in ACADE-2013 also. yes, Still The panel level sequencing is not working.
I dont know why AUTODESK not showing interest to solve this known issue.
I feel neglected by AutoDesk in this matter. From my perspective Panel Level Sequecing is a mayor ability of the software. I wish at least some clues about in how to wirte LISP code myself and make it work.
I am looking for a few customers that use the Panel Level/Sequencing feature to understand how you make use of the current functionality and to determine the functional gaps or ways we can present the solution’s workflows more clearly.
If you are interested in participating please send me your company’s full legal name and address so I can complete the Non-Disclosure Agreement to get us started.
My direct email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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