Panel Edit

Allows you to view and edit the information about distribution equipment in your project.

If you are in a drafting view, you will be prompted to specify a distribution equipment in the view or press ESC.

Training Videos

The Panel Edit Command

Opens the Panel Edit dialog box:

Panel Edit Dialog Box

panel-edit-dialog-box

Distribution Equipment Tree: The tree on the left side of the dialog box lists all of the distribution equipment in your project. The equipment is organized based upon the connections in the model.

Load Panels: If you run the Panel Edit command with a distribution equipment selected, only the selected equipment will appear in the Distribution Equipment Tree. Press this button to display the rest of the distribution equipment in the model.

Calculate Whole Project: Press this button to run the Calculate Whole Project command.

Calculate Part of Project: Press this button to run the Calculate Part of Project command beginning at the selected distribution equipment.

Circuit Edit: Press this button to close this dialog box and run the Circuit Edit command. The currently selected distribution equipment will be selected in the Circuit Edit dialog box.

Highlight Panel: Press this button to highlight the selected distribution equipment in the model or on the one-line diagram, similar to the Revit Highlight in Model command. If the device exists on multiple views, you will be prompted to specify a view.

Swap Feeders: This button is enabled when you select a piece of distribution equipment with two feeders. The two feeders are arbitrarily assigned to be feeder 1 or feeder 2. Feeder 1 is considered the main feeder for the equipment and should lead back to the utility. Feeder 2 should be used for the emergency or bypass feeder. Press this button to change which feeder is assigned which number.

Definition

Device Name: The name of the distribution equipment. This is the same value as the Panel Name parameter. Changing the Device Name in this dialog box will also change the Panel Name. It will also update the name of the panel schedule associated with this distribution equipment.

Description in Upstream Equipment: The description for the distribution equipment that will appear in the circuit description of the upstream panel schedule.

Default: The description in the upstream panel schedule will be the same as the device name.
Custom: Enter a custom description in the field provided.
Controlled by Revit: If Circuit description method in the Project Options command is set to Use Revit circuit descriptions, this field is disabled.

Primary Voltage: The primary voltage of the distribution equipment. This is the same value as the Distribution System parameter. Use the standard Revit interface to change this value.

Secondary Voltage: The secondary voltage of the distribution equipment. This is the same value as the Secondary Distribution System parameter. Use the standard Revit interface to change this value. This field is only displayed for transformers.

Connected Load: The total connected load on the distribution equipment. These fields are the same values as the Total Connected and Total Connected Current parameters.

Primary/Secondary: The total connected current at the primary and secondary voltages on the distribution equipment.The Secondary field is the same value as the Total Connected Current parameter.These fields are only displayed for transformers.

Calculated Load: The total calculated demand load on the distribution equipment. These fields are the same values as the Total Estimated Demand and Total Estimated Demand Current parameters.

Primary/Secondary: The total calculated demand current at the primary and secondary voltages on the distribution equipment.The Secondary field is the same value as the Total Estimated Demand Current parameter.These fields are only displayed for transformers.

Bus Size / Mains: The size of the bus. This field is the same value as the Mains parameter that can be set in the Electrical - Circuiting section of the Properties panel for distribution equipment. This field is only displayed for panels and switchboards.

Specific ampacity: The mains value is set to the specific size chosen from the list.
Custom: Enter a custom mains value in the field provided.

This value can be set in the family definition using the Family Edit command. If it is, the value cannot be changed in the instance in the project.

Main Disconnect Type: The type of disconnect for the device. If you are creating the one-line diagram in AutoCAD, the graphics on the bus bar are controlled by this field. This field is only displayed for panels and switchboards.

Family default: The type has been set in the family using the Family Edit command. The value from the family will be used.
Main Lugs Only: The bus bar on the one-line diagram does not have a disconnect.
Breaker: The bus bar on the one-line diagram includes a breaker graphic.
Fused Switch: The bus bar on the one-line diagram includes a fused switch graphic.

Main Disconnect Trip: The trip rating of the main disconnect breaker or fused switch. This field is only displayed for panels and switchboards.

Family default: The trip rating has been set in the family using the Family Edit command. The value from the family will be used.
Same as bus amps: The trip rating is the same as the Mains / Bus Amps value.
Specific ampacity: The trip rating is set to the specific size chosen from the list.

Select Breaker Curve: Press this button to configure the curve for the main disconnect breaker or fused switch. The OCP Device Settings dialog box will appear. If Main Disconnect Type is set to Main Lugs Only, this button is disabled. This button is only displayed for panels and switchboards.

Main Disconnect Frame: The frame size of the main disconnect breaker or fused switch. This field is only displayed for panels and switchboards.

Family default: The frame size has been set in the family using the Family Edit command. The value from the family will be used.
Same as bus amps: The frame size is the same as the Mains / Bus Amps value.
Specific ampacity: The frame size is set to the specific size chosen from the list.

Mounting: The Mounting parameter that can be set in the General section of the Properties panel for distribution equipment.

Enclosure: The Enclosure parameter that can be set in the General section of the Properties panel for distribution equipment.

Lugs: The lugs used on the distribution equipment. This setting controls the type of connection you can make on downstream distribution equipment using the Upstream Connection Type field. If you are creating the one-line diagram in AutoCAD, the graphics on the bus bar are also controlled by this field.

Standard: One set of lugs located at the top of the bus.
Double: Double lugs located at the top of the bus. Enables the Top Lugs option in the Upstream Connection Type field of downstream distribution equipment.
Feed Through: Lugs located at the top and bottom of the bus. Enables the Feed Through option in the Upstream Connection Type field of downstream distribution equipment.

In Revit 2020 and newer, this value is set in the panel definition. It cannot be set in this dialog box. If the Feed Through Lugs parameter is enabled, this field will be set to Feed Through. If the Feed Through Lugs parameter and SubFeed Lugs parameter are enabled, this field will be set to Double.

Size: The size of the transformer in kVA. Select the size from the list or manually enter the value. The sizes in the list are based upon the Transformer OCP Sizes command. This field is only displayed for transformers.

This value can be set in the family definition using the Family Edit command. If it is, the value cannot be changed in the instance in the project.

K-Factor Rating: The specific K-factor rating of the transformer for handling the harmonic content of the load. This field is only displayed for transformers.

This value can be set in the family definition using the Family Edit command. If it is, the value cannot be changed in the instance in the project.

Schedule Display

Show in Feeder Schedule: Whether the distribution equipment is displayed in the feeder schedule.

Show Feeder 2 in Feeder Schedule: Whether the second feeder to the distribution equipment is displayed in the feeder schedule.

Show in Voltage Drop Schedule: Whether the distribution equipment is displayed in the voltage drop schedule.

Show in Fault Schedule: Whether the distribution equipment is displayed in the fault current schedule.

One-Line Diagram

Default Downstream OCP Graphic: The graphic family used for the OCP when devices connected to the distribution equipment are first inserted on the one-line diagram. The values in this list are based upon the One-Line Diagram Feeder Graphics command.

Default Downstream OCP Type: The graphic type used for the OCP. The values in this list are based upon the selected Default Downstream OCP Graphic.

Upstream OCP Graphic: The graphic family used for the upstream OCP when the distribution equipment is inserted on the one-line diagram. The values in this list are based upon the One-Line Diagram Feeder Graphics command.

Use upstream distribution equipment graphic: The Default Downstream OCP Graphic and Default Downstream OCP Type set in the upstream distribution equipment will be used.

Upstream OCP Type: The graphic type used for the upstream OCP. The values in this list are based upon the selected Upstream OCP Graphic.

Feeder ID Graphic: The graphic family used for the feeder ID when the distribution equipment is inserted on the one-line diagram. The values in this list are based upon the One-Line Diagram Feeder Graphics command.

Default feeder group: The feeder ID graphic set for the group in the Project Feeder ID Schedule will be used.

Feeder ID Type: The graphic type used for the feeder ID. The values in this list are based upon the selected Feeder ID Graphic.

Upstream Connection

Connection Type: How the distribution equipment is connected to the upstream distribution equipment.

Circuit: The distribution equipment is connected to a circuit. This selection is the default value for this field.
Top Lugs: The distribution equipment is connected to the top lugs of the upstream distribution equipment. This selection is only available if the Lugs field is set to Double in the upstream distribution equipment. On each piece of distribution equipment, only one connected piece of distribution equipment can be connected this way. If this is set for one piece of distribution equipment, it will not be displayed for other distribution equipment connected to the same distribution equipment.
Feed Through: The distribution equipment is connected to the feed-through lugs of the upstream distribution equipment. This selection is only available if the Lugs field is set to Feed Through in the upstream distribution equipment. On each piece of distribution equipment, only one connected piece of distribution equipment can be connected this way. If this is set for one piece of distribution equipment, it will not be displayed for other distribution equipment connected to the same distribution equipment.

In Revit 2020 and newer, this field is not available. The connection type is based upon the panel definition. If the Feed Through Lugs parameter is enabled, the Feed Through connection type will be used. If the Feed Through Lugs parameter and SubFeed Lugs parameter are enabled, the Top Lugs connection type will be used.

OCP Trip: The trip rating of the OCP in the device upstream of the distribution equipment. Used to set the Rating value of the connected circuit.

Same as main disconnect or bus size / lugs if transformer: The OCP is sized to match the Mains parameter. If the upstream distribution equipment is a transformer, no OCP will be used and the Rating value of the connected electrical system will be set to 0. This choice is available for panels and switchboards.
Same as main disconnect or bus size / breaker if transformer: The OCP is sized to match the Mains parameter. This choice is available for panels and switchboards.
Size to match kVA: The OCP is sized to match the Transformer kVA field set in this dialog box. This choice is available for transformers.
Lugs or N/A: There is no OCP for this device. The Rating value of the connected electrical system is set to 0.
Specific ampacity: The OCP is set to the specific size chosen from the list.

Select Breaker Curve: Press this button to configure the curve for the upstream OCP. The OCP Device Settings dialog box will appear. If OCP Trip is set to Size to Match kVA or Lugs or N/A, this button is disabled.

OCP Frame: The frame size of the OCP in the device upstream of the distribution equipment. Used to set the Rating value of the connected circuit.

Same as main disconnect or bus size: The frame is sized to match the Mains parameter. This choice is available for panels and switchboards.
Size to match kVA: The frame is sized to match the Transformer kVA field set in this dialog box. This choice is available for transformers.
Specific ampacity: The frame size is set to the specific size chosen from the list.

Feeder

Fed From: The upstream distribution equipment to which this distribution equipment is connected.

Callout: The callout for the feeder, listing all of the wire sizes.

Voltage Drop from Upstream Device: The voltage drop in the feeder to this distribution equipment.

Voltage Drop from Utility: The cumulative voltage drop from the utility to this distribution equipment.

Conductor: The ampacity of the feeder conductors.

Default: The conductors are sized based upon the OCP Trip setting according to the active sizing option in the Wire Ampacities command.
Sizing option: The conductors are sized based upon the OCP Trip setting according to the sizing option chosen from the list.
Custom: Enter a custom callout, reactance per 1000', and impedance per 1000' for the feeder in the fields provided. The Neutral, Ground, IG Conductor, Conduit, Conduit Fill, and Ambient Temperature fields will be disabled.
None: There is no feeder to this distribution equipment. The Callout will be blank.
Specific ampacity: The conductors are sized to match the wire ampacity chosen from the list.

Neutral: Sets the size of the neutral wire in the feeder.

Family default: The neutral size has been set in the family using the Family Edit command. The value from the family will be used.
Same as phase: The neutral wire is the same size as the phase wires specified in the Conductor field.
Double phase: The neutral wire is twice the size of the phase wires specified in the Conductor field. This is accomplished by using two neutral wires. The ampacity of the conductor wires will be derated 80% based upon NEC Table 310.15(C)(1).
None: No neutral wire is included in the feeder. See the Neutrals section for more information about this option.
Specific wire size: The neutral wire is sized to match the wire size chosen from the list.

Ground: Sets the size of the ground wire in the feeder.

Family default: The ground size has been set in the family using the Family Edit command. The value from the family will be used.
Size automatically: The ground wire is sized based upon the OCP Trip setting. If the distribution equipment is fed from a transformer, the service ground size is used. Otherwise, the equipment ground size is used.
NEC 250.122 Equipment: The ground wire is sized based upon the Equipment Ground setting for the wire ampacity specified in the Conductor field.
NEC 250.102 Service: The ground wire is sized based upon the Service Ground setting for the wire ampacity specified in the Conductor field.
None: No ground wire is included in the feeder.
Specific wire size: The ground wire is sized to match the wire size chosen from the list.

IG Conductor: Whether the feeder includes an isolated ground.

Family default: The need for an isolated ground has been set in the family using the Family Edit command. The value from the family will be used.
Yes: An isolated ground will be included in the feeder.
No: An isolated ground will not be included in the feeder.

Conduit: Sets the size of the conduit for the feeder.

Size automatically: The conduit is sized automatically based upon the wires in the feeder. All conduits are sized using a 40% conduit fill (NEC Table 1).
None: No conduit is included for the feeder.
Specific conduit size: The conduit is sized to match the conduit size chosen from the list.

Conduit Fill: The conduit fill percentage for the feeder.

Ambient Temperature: The ambient temperature at the location of the feeder.

Default: The feeder will be sized based upon the Ambient temperature option set in the Project Options command.
Custom: Enter the ambient temperature in °C in the field provided. Select this option to size the feeder based upon the outdoor temperature or NEC 310.15(B)(2).

Length: The length of the feeder.

Default: The length is calculated using the Feeder length calculation method option set in the upstream distribution equipment.
Straight line: The length is calculated based upon the straight line distance between the distribution equipment and upstream distribution equipment. This calculation approximates lengths for wires running directly between devices, typically underground.
Right angles: The length is calculated based upon the distance along the axes of the building between the distribution equipment and upstream distribution equipment. This calculation approximates lengths for wires running along the walls of the building.
Revit calculated length: The feeder length is based upon the distance that Revit calculates using the Circuit Path feature.
Fixed: Enter the length of the feeder in feet in the field provided.

Building Angle: The orientation of the building used when Feeder Length is set to Right angles.See the How Building Angle Affects Calculations article in the knowledge base for more information about this setting.

Wire Make-Up: Additional length of wire added to automatically calculated feeder lengths to represent make-up in the field.

Default: The length is based upon the Feeder wire make-up length option set in the Project Options command.
Custom: Enter a custom length in the field provided.

Upstream Connection 2

If the distribution equipment has two feeders, the settings for the second upstream connection are listed in this section. The settings are the same as the ones available in the Upstream Connection Settings section described above.

Feeder 2

If the distribution equipment has two feeders, the settings for the second feeder are listed in this section. The settings are the same as the ones available in the Feeder Settings section described above.

Circuit Lengths

Feeder Length Calculation Method: How the lengths are calculated for feeders between this distribution equipment and distribution equipment connected to it.

Default: The lengths are calculated based upon the Feeder length calculation method option set in the Project Options command.
Straight line: The lengths are calculated based upon the straight line distance between the distribution equipment and other distribution equipment connected to it. This calculation approximates lengths for wires running directly between devices, typically underground.
Right angles: The lengths are calculated based upon the distance along the axes of the building between the distribution equipment and other distribution equipment connected to it. This calculation approximates lengths for wires running along the walls of the building.
Revit calculated length: The lengths are based upon the distance that Revit calculates using the Circuit Path feature.

Branch Circuit Length Calculation Method: How the lengths are calculated for branch circuits between this distribution equipment and devices connected to it.

Default: The lengths are calculated based upon the Branch circuit length calculation method option set in the Project Options command.
Straight line: The lengths are calculated based upon the straight line distance between the distribution equipment and devices connected to it. This calculation approximates lengths for wires running directly between devices, typically underground.
Right angles: The lengths are calculated based upon the distance along the axes of the building between the distribution equipment and devices connected to it. This calculation approximates lengths for wires running along the walls of the building.
Revit calculated length: The lengths are based upon the distance that Revit calculates using the Circuit Path feature.

Building Angle: The orientation of the building used when the Feeder Length Calculation Method or Branch Circuit Length Calculation Method is set to Right angles. See the How Building Angle Affects Calculations article in the knowledge base for more information about this setting.

Branch Circuit Wire Make-Up: Additional length of wire added to automatically calculated branch circuit lengths to represent make-up in the field.

Default: The length is based upon the Branch circuit wire make-up length option set in the Project Options command.
Custom: Enter a custom length in the field provided.

Add Branch Circuit Wire Make-Up for Each Device: Whether the length specified in Branch Circuit Wire Make-Up is added for each device on the circuit. The default is based upon the Add branch circuit wire make-up for each device option set in the Project Options command.

Yes: The length is added for each device on the circuit.
No: The length is added once, regardless of the number of devices on the circuit.

Fault Calculations

Total Fault Including Motors: The total fault at the distribution equipment including both utility fault and motor fault. This field is for informational purposes to be used while defining the distribution equipment. To set a specific fault value, use the Utility Fault at Device field below.

Utility Fault at Device: The fault at the distribution equipment from the utility. Motor fault values are not included in this value.

Calculated: The fault at the distribution equipment is calculated based upon the model.
Fixed: Enter the fault at the distribution equipment in the field provided.

Utility Fault X/R Ratio: The X/R ratio of the utility fault at the device. If Utility Fault at Device is set to Fixed, you can manually set this value.

Transformer Impedance %: The impedance through the transformer, as a percentage. As this value increases, the fault current on the secondary of the transformer decreases. This field is only displayed for transformers.

Calculated: A default transformer impedance is used based upon the kVA of the transformer:

Transformer kVA

Default Transformer Impedance %

0 - 100

1.75%

112.5 - 300

2%

500

2.5%

750+

5.75%

Fixed: Enter the transformer impedance in the field provided. It can typically be obtained from the transformer manufacturer.

This value can be set in the family definition using the Family Edit command. If it is, the value cannot be changed in the instance in the project.

Transformer X/R Ratio: The X/R Ratio of the transformer. This field is only displayed for transformers.

Calculated: A default X/R ratio of 5 is used for the transformer.
Fixed: Enter the X/R ratio in the field provided. It can typically be obtained from the transformer manufacturer.

This value can be set in the family definition using the Family Edit command. If it is, the value cannot be changed in the instance in the project.

AIC Rating: The ampere interrupting capacity (AIC) rating for the distribution equipment. This value is not automatically calculated. You must specify this value for all of the distribution equipment in the project. This field is the same value as the Short Circuit Rating parameter set in the Electrical - Circuiting section of the Properties panel for distribution equipment.

Specific AIC Rating: A list of common AIC ratings is available. Choose a value from the list to use it as the AIC rating for the distribution equipment.
Custom: Choose this selection when the AIC rating for the distribution equipment is not available in the default list. Enter the AIC rating in the field provided.

Arc-Flash Calculations

Calculate Arc-Flash: Whether arc-flash is calculated for the distribution equipment. Equipment that is not calculated will not be displayed in the arc-flash schedule on the drawing and will not have stickers created. Because it is difficult to sustain an arc-flash below 208V, equipment with voltages below 208V do not need arc-flash calculations performed and will have this option set to No by default.

Electrode Configuration: The electrode configuration as described in IEEE Std 1584-2018 Table 9. Horizontal configurations generally have higher incident energy than vertical configurations. Enclosed configurations generally have higher incident energy than open configurations. Most distribution equipment inside buildings should be set to an enclosed configuration. See the Electrode Configurations for Arc-Flash Calculations article in the knowledge base for more information about these configurations.

Unknown: This setting should be used if the electrode configuration is unknown. The calculations provide conservative results.
Vertical conductors or electrodes inside a metal box or enclosure: This setting has the lowest incident energy among enclosed configurations.
Vertical conductors or electrodes terminated in an insulating barrier inside a metal box or enclosure: This setting has a lower incident energy than Horizontal conductors or electrodes inside a metal box or enclosure, but higher than Vertical conductors or electrodes inside a metal box or enclosure.
Horizontal conductors or electrodes inside a metal box or enclosure: This setting has the highest incident energy among all configurations.
Vertical conductors or electrodes in open air: This setting has the lowest incident energy among all configurations.
Horizontal conductors or electrodes in open air: This setting has the highest incident energy among open configurations.

Enclosure Size: The dimensions of the enclosure. The smaller the enclosure, the higher the incident energy. The size of the enclosure does not affect arcing current and arcing times.

Unknown: This setting should be used if the dimensions are unknown. The calculations will be based upon a 20" x 20" x 9" enclosure.
Known: Enter values for the Enclosure Width and Enclosure Height fields and set Enclosure Depth manually. If possible, set the dimensions based upon the manufacturer's specifications. Typical enclosure dimensions are listed in IEEE Std 1584-2018 Table 8. Dimensions for equipment between 208V and 600V are listed in the table below.

Equipment Type

Enclosure Size

(H x W x D)

Switchgear

20" x 20" x 20"

MCC

14" x 12" x 8"

Panel

14" x 12" x 8"

Cable Junction Box

14" x 12" x 8"

Enclosure Width: The width of the enclosure.

Enclosure Height: The height of the enclosure.

Enclosure Depth: The depth of the enclosure.

Typical: The calculations will be based upon a depth greater than 8".
Shallow: The calculations will be based upon a depth of 8" or less.
Specific: Enter a value for the Enclosure Depth field manually.

Gap Between Conductors: The gap between the conductors. For devices between 208V and 600V, the most accurate calculation can be used when the gap between conductors is between 0.25" and 3". Within that range, the larger the gap, the higher the incident energy. For gaps outside this range, the calculations provide conservative results.

Unknown: This setting should be used if the gap is unknown. For devices between 208V and 600V, the calculations will be based upon a gap of 3". For devices above 600V, the calculations will be based upon a gap of 10".
Known: Enter a value for the Gap Between Conductors manually. If possible, set the gap based upon the manufacturer’s specifications. Typical gaps between conductors are listed in IEEE Std 1584-2018 Table 8. Gaps for devices between 208V and 600V are listed in the table below.

Equipment Type

Gap Between Conductors

Switchgear

1.25"

MCC

1"

Panel

1"

Cable Junction Box

0.5"

Working Distance: The distance from the possible arc point to the torso of the person working on the distribution equipment. The incident energy will be calculated at this distance from the equipment. The farther away from the equipment, the lower the incident energy. Any part of the body closer to the equipment than this distance will be exposed to higher incident energy than is calculated.

Unknown: This setting should be used if the working distance is unknown. The calculations will be based upon a working distance of 12".
Known: Enter a value for the Working Distance manually.If possible, set the working distance based upon the actual dimensions of the equipment. Typical working distances are listed in IEEE Std 1584-2018 Table 10. Working distances for equipment between 208V and 600V are listed in the table below.

Equipment Type

Working Distance

Switchgear

24"

MCC

18"

Panel

18"

Cable Junction Box

18"

Arcing Current (Maximum): The maximum predicted three-phase arcing current used to determine the operating time for the protective devices.

Arcing Current (Reduced): The minimum predicted three-phase arcing current used to determine the operating time for the protective devices.

Manually Set Arcing Time: Whether the arcing times are entered manually or set automatically based upon time-current curves set in the OCP Device Settings dialog box.

Yes: Enter values for the arcing times manually.
No: The arcing times will be set automatically based upon the next protective device that is upstream of the equipment. If an upstream protective device has not been set, the arcing times will be set to 2 seconds.

Arcing Time @ Maximum Current and Reduced Current: The duration of the arc-flash at the Arcing Current (Maximum) and Arcing Current (Reduced). The duration has a significant impact on the incident energy in seconds. The longer you are exposed to the flash, the more intense the burn. The arcing time is based upon the time-current curve for the specific breaker you are using. These values are provided by the manufacturer and can typically be found on their website.

The incident energy is a function of the arcing current and the duration. Lower arcing currents that take longer to close the breaker can result in higher incident energy values than high arcing currents. To account for this, incident energy is calculated using both the Arcing Current (Maximum) and Arcing Current (Reduced).

Fuses must be handled differently from breakers. The time-current curves for fuses may include both melting and clearing times. Use the clearing time if it is provided. If only the melting time is provided, you can approximate the clearing time by adding 10% to the melting time if it is greater than 0.3 seconds, or 15% if it is less than 0.3 seconds.

If the arcing current is above the total clearing time at the bottom of the curve (0.01 seconds), use 0.01 seconds.

Incident Energy @ Maximum Current and Reduced Current: The total incident energy based upon the arcing current, arcing times, and working distance.

Arc-Flash Boundary Distance: The limited approach boundary for unprotected workers. At this distance, the harm inflicted upon an unprotected worker during an arc-flash incident will be limited to second-degree burns.

AutoCAD

Show on AutoCAD One-Line Diagram: Whether the distribution equipment is displayed on the one-line diagram created using the Export to AutoCAD command.

Related Options

Default panel / transformer OCP graphic: Sets the default for the Default Downstream OCP Graphic setting.

Default panel / transformer OCP type: Sets the default for the Default Downstream OCP Type setting.

Display neutral wire count separately from phase wire count: Sets whether the neutral wire is displayed in the Callout.

Conduit location: Sets where the conduit size is displayed in the Callout.

Ambient temperature: Sets the default for the Ambient Temperature setting.

Feeder length calculation method: Sets the default for the Feeder Length setting.

Building angle: Sets the default value for the Building Angle field.

Feeder wire make-up length: Sets the default value for the Wire Make-Up field.

Branch circuit wire make-up length: Sets the default value for the Branch Circuit Wire Make-Up field.

Add branch circuit wire make-up for each device: Sets the default value for the Add Branch Circuit Wire Make-Up For Each Device field.


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