One-Line Diagram: Fixed feeder IDs
Be able to have fixed feeder IDs in a project. Two possible uses:
1. When a new feeder is added, it won't change the IDs on all the other feeders. Not a problem during early design, but it is a problem when the drawings are under change control. Having to bubble all of the feeder IDs makes it look like a bigger change than it actually is.
2. Be able to have consistent ID names across projects. A specific feeder configuration would have a common name, making it easier to read plans for different projects.
Also be able to have feeder ID groups with different graphics. Different groups could correspond to different materials, making it easily visible if a feeder is copper or aluminum.
This feature was added in DM Electrical 8.4.7.