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Electrical Circuiting Problem

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02-13-2013 06:52 PM

How can i move light fittings and power sockets etc that have been circuited (Wired) up without losing the circuit. For example we have a revised Architectural model but when we move the light fitting down to suit the new ceiling height we lose the circuit and tag for all the lights on that circuit.


Please see attachments (before & after) , Is Revit capable of this?

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Re: Electrical Circuiting Problem

02-14-2013 07:39 AM in reply to: beanobt

You shouldn't be losing the circuit connection just from moving the elements. Are you certain that the elements are actually being disconnected from the Electrical Circuit and not just losing their Tag? Also, what version of Revit are you running?



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