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Add tag to feeder schedules

by using tags on feeder schedules, you tie your predefined feeders into your one line and eliminate the busy appearance of long string of text for wire/conduit sizes on the one line. If done in the wire sizing tables it would allow common feeder combinations to be built one time and put into a feeder schedule table

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      • Bryant commented  · 

        I was thinking that if you made the feeder schedule have a few selectable columns, you could make one new column be a number that is basically the row number. Also let us turn off that Feeder Amps so when I put a 200A breaker on an oversized wire, it won't make the plans reviewer think I should have put a 250A breaker in. Then on the one-line drawing, I can select a feeder label instead of feeder. I would then include the feeder schedule as part of my one-line. I might put a * in front of it as a prefix so they know what it means under a foot note of the schedule. I could also put a small box around the numbers too. To mee this is a big problem on complicated one-lines.

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