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ArynBergman
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Listing equipment connected to an electrical circuit and/or panel

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01-28-2013 02:27 PM

How can I create a list of electrical equipment and fixtures connected to a circuit and/or panel?

Go to View tab » Schedules ▼ Schedule/Quantities, and create an Electrical Circuits Schedule. In the following dialog box, select the desired fields (i.e. "Circuit Number", "Load Name"), but you must include the "Panel" field in order to filter the schedule to show only the circuits from that panel - under the Filter tab, set "Filter by:" to "Panel", equals, and enter the panel's name. This will report the Electrical Circuits that belong to that panel.

 

If you are aiming to list all of the individual elements that are connected to that Panel, I don't believe that you can in a single Schedule. You could list the elements of a single chosen Category (i.e. Electrical Fixtures) through the use of an Embedded Schedule to the Electrical Circuit Schedule.

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Re: Listing equipment connected to an electrical circuit and/or panel

01-29-2013 05:45 AM in reply to: ArynBergman

Go to View tab » Schedules ▼ Schedule/Quantities, and create an Electrical Circuits Schedule. In the following dialog box, select the desired fields (i.e. "Circuit Number", "Load Name"), but you must include the "Panel" field in order to filter the schedule to show only the circuits from that panel - under the Filter tab, set "Filter by:" to "Panel", equals, and enter the panel's name. This will report the Electrical Circuits that belong to that panel.

 

If you are aiming to list all of the individual elements that are connected to that Panel, I don't believe that you can in a single Schedule. You could list the elements of a single chosen Category (i.e. Electrical Fixtures) through the use of an Embedded Schedule to the Electrical Circuit Schedule.

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