Edit Panel List

To edit panel list project settings, go to

Ribbon: DME: Customization->Project Customization-> dm_elec-old-panel-labelP Panel List Label Group

Pulldown Menu: DM Electrical->Customization->Labels and Schedules->Project List->Edit Panel List

To edit panel list master settings, go to

Ribbon: DME: Customization->Master & Standards Customization-> dm_elec-old-panel-labelM Edit Distribution Equipment Master Groups

Pulldown Menu: DM Electrical->Customization->Labels and Schedules->Standards and Master Lists->Edit Distribution Equipment Master Groups

Panel List Label Display and Order Dialog Box

customization--panel-list-label-display-and-order-dialog-box

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.

AIC: This value is taken from the panel definition.

Bus Amps: This value is taken from the panel definition.

Callout: The name of the panel.

Fault: The total fault in amps of the panel.

Feeder Size: This value is taken from the panel definition.

IG Bus: This value is taken from the panel definition.

List Note 1: This value is taken from the panel definition.

List Note 2: This value is taken from the panel definition.

List Note 3: This value is taken from the panel definition.

Location: This value is taken from the panel definition.

Lugs: This value is taken from the panel definition.

Main Disconnect Amps: This value is taken from the panel definition.

Main Disconnect Type: This value is taken from the panel definition.

Mounting: This value is taken from the panel definition.

Note 1: This value is taken from the panel definition.

Note 2: This value is taken from the panel definition.

Panel Neutral: This value is taken from the panel definition.

Poles: This value is taken from the panel definition.

Short Voltage: The voltage value and poles of the panel.

Examples: 120V 1P, 208V 2P

Total Calculated Amps: The total calculated load in amps of the panel.

Total Calculated KVA: The total calculated load in kVA of the panel.

Total Connected Amps: The total connected load in amps of the panel.

Total Connected KVA: The total connected load in kVA of the panel.

Upstream Breaker and Poles: The size of the breaker and number of poles for the panel feeder.

Examples: 20/1, 30/3

Upstream Circuit: The circuit the panel is fed from.

Upstream Device: The device the panel is fed from.

Upstream OCP: This value is taken from the panel definition.

Utility Fault: The fault in amps at the panel.

Volts: The full voltage value of the panel. The volts, poles, and wires will be displayed.

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

Volts Only: The voltage value of the panel. Only the volts will be displayed. The poles and wires will not be displayed.

Examples: 120V, 208V


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