Insert One-Line Device Schedule Attribute

The Create One-Line Device Schedule Attribute command is used in one-line device schedule blocks to insert an attribute that will be filled in with a value by the Update One-Line Device Schedule command.

To insert a one-line device schedule attribute, go to

DM Electrical->Customization->Block Creation->Create One-Line Device Schedule Attribute

Panel Schedule Attributes Dialog Box

Customization--Block Creation.Panel Schedule Attributes dialog box

The dialog box is a list of attributes you can insert. Two values are listed in each row.

The first value is a description of the attribute.

The second value, in parenthesis, is the label of the attribute in the drawing. Use this value to compare what is already on your drawing with what is available to be inserted.

The following fields are available to be inserted:

Device Name (PAN_KEY): Name of the one-line device.

Location (ROOM): Location of the one-line device. Specified in the one-line device definition. See the Common One-Line Device Information section for more information

Mounting (MOUNTG): Mounting of the one-line device. Specified in the one-line device definition. See the Common One-Line Device Information section for more information

Upstream Device 1 (UP_PANEL1): Name of the one-line device connected to source 1. Set using the the One-Line Device Connections command. See the One Line Device Connections section for more information.

Upstream Circuit 1 (UP_CIR1): Circuit number connected to source 1. Set using the the One-Line Device Connections command. See the One Line Device Connections section for more information.

Upstream Breaker 1 (UP_BREAKER1): Size of the breaker connected to source 1. Specified in the one-line device definition. See the Feeder Specification Settings section for more information.

Upstream Breaker and Poles 1 (UP_BREAKERPOLES1): The breaker and numbers of poles connected to source 1. Specified in the one-line device definition.See the Feeder Specification Settings section for more information.

Upstream Feeder Size 1 (UP_FEEDER1): Feeder callout connected to source 1. Specified in the one-line device definition. See the Feeder Specification Settings section for more information.

Upstream Device 2 (UP_PANEL2): Name of the one-line device connected to source 2. Set using the the One-Line Device Connections command. See the One Line Device Connections section for more information. Source 2 is used for UPSs and transfer switches.

Upstream Circuit 2 (UP_CIR2): Circuit number connected to source 2. Set using the the One-Line Device Connections command. See the One Line Device Connections section for more information. Source 2 is used for UPS's and transfer switches.

Upstream Breaker 2 (UP_BREAKER2): Size of the breaker connected to source 2. Specified in the one-line device definition. See the Feeder Specification Settings section for more information. Source 2 is used for UPS's and transfer switches.

Upstream Breaker and Poles 2 (UP_BREAKERPOLES2): The breaker and numbers of poles connected to source 2. Specified in the one-line device definition. See the Feeder Specification Settings section for more information. Source 2 is used for UPS's and transfer switches.

Upstream Feeder Size 2 (UP_FEEDER2): Feeder callout connected to source 2. Specified in the one-line device definition.See the Feeder Specification Settings section for more information. Source 2 is used for UPS's and transfer switches.

Note 1 (NOTE1): Note 1 for the one-line device. Set using the the One-Line Device Connections command. See the One Line Device Connections section for more information.

Note 2 (NOTE2): Note 2 for the one-line device. Set using the the One-Line Device Connections command. See the One Line Device Connections section for more information.

Voltage (VOLTS): The full voltage designation for the one-line device. It includes the voltage, the number of poles, and the number of wires. For example, 120V 1P 2W or 208V 3P 4W. Specified in the one-line device definition. See the Common One-Line Device Information section for more information.

Volts and Phase (VOLTS_PHASE): The voltage designation for the one-line device with the phase listed instead of the number of poles. For example, 120V 1-PH 2W or 208V 3-PH 4W. Specified in the one-line device definition. See the Common One-Line Device Information section for more information.

XFMR: Primary Voltage (sPrimaryVolts): Voltage of the transformer. Set using the the One-Line Device Connections command. See the One Line Device Connections section for more information. Only applies to transformers.

XFMR: kVA (dXFMRKva): kVA rating of the transformer. Set using the the One-Line Device Connections command. See the One Line Device Connections section for more information. Only applies to transformers.

XFMR: K-Rated (KRated): Whether the transformer is k-rated or not. Displays K-RATED if it is, nothing if it is not. Set using the the One-Line Device Connections command. See the One Line Device Connections section for more information. Only applies to transformers.

Bus Amps (BUS_AMPS): Bus amps of the one-line device. Set using the the One-Line Device Connections command. See the One Line Device Connections section for more information.

Frame Size / Vertical Bus Amps (iOtherBusAmps): Frame size or vertical bus amps of the one-line device. Frame size is used for enclosed breakers / disconnected. Vertical bus amps is used for motor control centers. This value is not used for other one-line device types. Set using the the One-Line Device Connections command. See the One Line Device Connections section for more information.

Neutral Amps (NEUT_AMP): Neutral amps of the one-line device. Set using the the One-Line Device Connections command. See the One Line Device Connections section for more information.

AIC Rating (AIC): AIC Rating of the one-line device. Set using the the One-Line Device Connections command. See the One Line Device Connections section for more information.

Total Fault (dFaultTotal): Total fault at the one-line device. See the Insert Fault Schedule section for information about how this is calculated.

Main Amps (MAIN): Size of the main breaker. Displays MLO if the one-line device is main lugs only. Set using the the One-Line Device Connections command. See the One Line Device Connections section for more information.

Lugs (LUGS): Lugs type of the one-line device. Set using the the One-Line Device Connections command. See the One Line Device Connections section for more information.

IG Bus (IG_BUS): Whether the one-line device has an IG bus or not. Displays ISO GND BUS if it does, nothing is it does not. Set using the the One-Line Device Connections command. See the One Line Device Connections section for more information

Circuit: Breaker Size / Poles (B): Breaker size and number of poles of the circuit.

Circuit: Breaker Size (BREAKERAMPS): Breaker size of the circuit.

Circuit: Poles (POLES): Number of poles of the circuit.

Circuit: Description (D): Circuit description of the circuit.

Circuit: Description End (DEND): The location where the circuit description should end. The circuit description width is calculated based upon the distance between the D and the DEN attributes. Circuit descriptions that exceed this length are wrapped to create additional lines.

Circuit: Total Load (L): The total load in kVA of the circuit. It will include the load of all phases if it is a two or three phase load.

Circuit: Phase Load (PL): The phase load in KVA of the circuit.

Circuit: Feeder Size (F): The wire callout of the specific circuit. This value includes the size of the conduit and all the wires.

Circuit: Wire Size (WIRE): The phase wire size of the circuit.

Circuit: Receptacle Count (REC_COUNT): The number of receptacles connected to the circuit.

Circuit: Light Fixture Count (LTG_COUNT): The number of light fixtures connected to the circuit.

Circuit: Equipment Connection Count (EQU_COUNT): The number of pieces of equipment connected to the circuit.

Total Lug Load (LUG_LOAD): The total lug load connected to the one-line device in kVA.

Lug Load, Phase A (LUG_PHA): The lug load on phase A in kVA.

Lug Load, Phase B (LUG_PHB): The lug load on phase B in kVA.

Lug Load, Phase C (LUG_PHC): The lug load on phase C in kVA.

Phase A KVA (PHA_KVA): The connected load on phase A in kVA.

Phase B KVA (PHB_KVA): The connected load on phase B in kVA.

Phase C KVA (PHC_KVA): The connected load on phase C in kVA.

Phase A Amps (100%) (PHA_AMP): The connected load on phase A in amps.

Phase B Amps (100%) (PHB_AMP): The connected load on phase B in amps.

Phase C Amps (100%) (PHC_AMP): The connected load on phase C in amps.

Phase A Amp Percentage (PHA_AMPPERCENTAGE): The percentage load of phase A compared to the average load on all phases.

Phase B Amp Percentage (PHB_AMPERCENTAGE): The percentage load of phase B compared to the average load on all phases.

Phase C Amp Percentage (PHC_AMPERCENTAGE): The percentage load of phase C compared to the average load on all phases.

Connected Lighting Load (LTG_CON): The connected lighting load in kVA.

Calculated Lighting Load (LTG_CAL): The calculated lighting load in kVA. This value is 125% of the connected lighting load.

Connected Largest Motor Load (LAR_CON): The connected largest motor load in kVA.

Calculated Largest Motor Load (LAR_CAL): The calculated largest motor load in kVA. This value is 125% of the connected largest motor load.

Connected Other Motor Load (MTR_CON): The connected load of all the other motors in kVA.

Calculated Other Motor Load (MTR_CAL): The calculated load of all the other motors in kVA. This value is 100% of the connected load of all the other motors.

Connected Receptacle Load (REC_CON): The connected receptacle load in kVA.

Calculated Receptacle Load (REC_CAL): The calculated receptacle load in kVA. This value is 100% of the first 10 kVA of receptacle load and 50% of the rest of the receptacle load.

Connected Continuous Load (CON_CON): The connected continuous load in kVA.

Calculated Continuous Load (CON_CAL): The calculated continuous load in kVA. This value is 125% of the connected calculated load.

Connected Heating Load (HTG_CON): The connected heating load in kVA.

Calculated Heating Load (HTG_CAL): The calculated heating load in kVA. This value is 100% of the connected heating load.

Connected Noncontinuous Load (NON_CON): The connected noncontinuous load in kVA.

Calculated Noncontinuous Load (NON_CAL): The calculated noncontinuous load in kVA. This value is 100% of the connected noncontinuous load.

Connected Kitchen Load (KIT_CON): The connected kitchen load in kVA.

Calculated Kitchen Load (KIT_CAL): The calculated kitchen load in kVA. The value is based upon NEC Table 220.56. The table determines the demand factor based upon the number of units of kitchen equipment.

Kitchen Load Multiplier (KIT_DIV): The demand factor for the calculated kitchen load. The value is based upon NEC Table 220.56. The table determines the demand factor based upon the number of units of kitchen equipment.

Connected Diversified Load (DIV_CON): The connected diversified load in kVA.

Calculated Diversified Load (DIV_CAL): The calculated diversified load in kVA.

Diversified Load Multiplier (DIV_DIV): The load multiplier for the diversified load as a percentage. Each diversified device has this value set individual. Equal to calculated diversified load divided by connected diversified load.

Connected Custom Load 1 (LT1_CON): The connected custom load 1 in kVA.

Calculated Custom Load 1 (LT1_CAL): The calculated custom load 1 in kVA.

Custom Load 1 Multiplier (LT1_DIV): The demand factor of custom load 1. Equal to calculated custom load 1 divided by connected custom load 1.

Custom Load 1 Name (LT1_DESC): The number of custom load 1.

Connected Custom Load 2 (LT2_CON): The connected custom load 2 in kVA.

Calculated Custom Load 2 (LT2_CAL): The calculated custom load 2 in kVA.

Custom Load 2 Multiplier (LT2_DIV): The demand factor of custom load 2. Equal to calculated custom load 2 divided by connected custom load 2.

Custom Load 2 Name (LT2_DESC): The number of custom load 2.

Connected KVA (KVA_CON): The total connected load in kVA.

Calculated KVA (KVA_CAL): The total calculated load in kVA.

Connected Amps (CON_AMPS): The total connected load in amps. Calculated using the total connected load in kVA and assuming a balanced load. Does not take into account any phase imbalance.

Calculated Amps (TOTAL_AMPS): The total calculated load in amps. Calculated using the total calculated load in kVA and assuming a balanced load. Does not take into account any phase imbalance.


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