Edit Light Fixture Schedule List

To edit light fixture schedule project settings, go to

Ribbon: DME: Customization->Project Customization-> dm_elec-lfsLabel Light Fixture Schedule Label Group

Pulldown Menu: DM Electrical->Customization->Labels and Schedules->Project List->Edit Light Fixture Schedule Project List

To edit light fixture schedule standards settings, go to

Ribbon: DME: Customization->Master & Standards Customization-> dm_elec-lfsLabelM Light Fixture Schedule Label Group

Pulldown Menu: DM Electrical->Customization->Labels and Schedules->Standards and Master Lists->Edit Light Fixture Schedule Standards List

Light Fixture Schedule Label Display and Order Dialog Box

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See the Common Label and Schedule Information section for more information on using the Move Up and Move Down buttons and the Key, Label, Width, Display, and Schedule Title fields.

Values in the Key column are listed alphabetically below.

Arm Length: The arm length taken from the schedule.

Ballast: The ballast taken from the schedule. Each of the Ballast values from the schedule will be listed on a separate line.

Callout: The name of the light fixture as defined in the light fixture schedule.

Default Elevation: The default elevation taken from the schedule.

Description: The description taken from the schedule.

Egress Mode Lumens / Lamp: The lumens per lamp for the fixture in egress mode. Each of the Egress Mode Lumens / Lamp values from the schedule will be listed on a separate line.

Egress Mode Total Lumens: The total lumens for the fixture in egress mode.

Energy Code Fixture Type: The energy code fixture type taken from the schedule.

Energy Code Watts: The energy code watts taken from the schedule.

IES File Name: The name of the IES file for the light fixture.

IES File Name and Path: The file path for the IES file for the light fixture.

Input VA: The total input watts for the fixture. Each of the Input VA values from the schedule will be listed on a separate line. It includes the load on the ballast. If you only have one load in a light fixture, the Input VA and Total Input VA columns will be the same.

Lamp: The number of lamps, watts per lamp, and description taken from the schedule.

Lamp Depreciation: The lamp depreciation taken from the schedule. Each of the Lamp Depreciation values from the schedule will be listed on a separate line.

Lumens / Lamp: The lumens per lamp for the fixture. Each of the Lumens / Lamp values from the schedule will be listed on a separate line.

Model: All three models taken from the schedule. Each model will be listed on a separate line.

Model 1: The model taken from the schedule. Each model is listed in a separate column.

Model 2: The model taken from the schedule. Each model is listed in a separate column.

Model 3: The model taken from the schedule. Each model is listed in a separate column.

Mounting: The mounting taken from the schedule.

Note 1: Note taken from the schedule.

Note 2: Note taken from the schedule.

Note 3: Note taken from the schedule.

Quantity: The number of light fixtures inserted in the project. If a light fixture type is not inserted, "NOT USED" will be displayed.

Short Voltage: The voltage value and poles of the light fixture. If Volts is set to Universal, all of the voltages that the light fixture type is connected to will be listed.

Examples: 120V 1P, 208V 2P

Symbol: The graphic block used to represent the light fixture. The block is rotated and scaled so that it will fit into the schedule.

Total Input VA: The total input watts for the fixture. The value is the sum of all three Input VA values from the schedule. It includes the load on the ballast. If you only have one load in a light fixture, the Input Watts and Total Input Watts columns will be the same.

Total Lumens: The total lumens for the fixture.

Volts: The full voltage value of the light fixture. The volts, poles, and wires will be displayed. If Volts is set to Universal, all of the voltages that the light fixture type is connected to will be listed.

Examples: 120V 1P 2W, 208V 2P 2W

Volts Only: The voltage value of the light fixture. Only the volts will be displayed. The poles and wires will not be displayed. If Volts is set to Universal, all of the voltages that the light fixture type is connected to will be listed.

Examples: 120V, 208V


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