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    rpennell commented  · 

    Since lighting control manufacturers still have different means and methods of connecting lighting controls to the fixtures, and adding all of the lighting control wiring to a drawing would complicate the drawing, we use schedules and standard generic details to show the lighting controls for each room. Each room is then part of a schedule that shows the requirements based on Title 24, WAC 51-11, etc, and includes a reference to the wiring detail. It would be nice if:
    1. The control schedule could be created in DM and insertable with DM; and
    2. The control schedule could be populated with data from the room definitions list

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    rpennell commented  · 

    Expand the feature for printing panel schedules to add within the field equipment.

    Local AHJ (Washington State L&I Electrical Plan Review) requires separate 8.5x11 equipment schedules for panels, switchboards, etc as part of the plan review process. Expand the existing command to print the actual schedule shown on the electrical drawings to print to 8.5x11 AND print to a single .pdf file or printer that can be submitted to L&I EPR. This would save a lot of time setting up 8.5x11 viewports for each panel schedule.

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    rpennell commented  · 

    We do a lot of low voltage design, and when we circuit on the drawings, the only option for circuiting is a loop. With multiple low voltage systems on one drawing (door locks, intercoms, CCTV, access control, RFID, duress alarms, paging, etc.), looped circuiting looks messy and can be confusing. It would be nice to have other types of circuiting available that is more linear.

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