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The shared parameters added to distribution equipment related to voltage drop calculations. Numeric Parameters Parameter types in this section are set to number unless otherwise noted. DMEN_VoltageDrop_Feeder: The cumulative voltage drop on the feeder to the distribution equipment. If the distribution equipment has two feeders, this value is the largest of the two voltage drops. DMEN_VoltageDrop_Feeder1: The voltage drop on feeder 1 to the distribution equipment. DMEN_VoltageDrop_Feeder2: The voltage drop on feeder 2 to the distribution equipment. DMEN_VoltageDrop_MaxCircuit: The largest voltage drop on all of the branch circuits on the distribution equipment. DMEN_VoltageDrop_MaxCircuit_Length: The length of the branch circuit with the largest voltage drop as a length parameter DMEN_VoltageDrop_Total: The total voltage drop from the utility to the branch circuit devices. It is calculated as the sum of the largest branch circuit voltage drop and the larger of the two feeder voltage drops. DMEN_VoltageDrop_Transformer: The voltage drop through the transformer if the distribution equipment is a transformer. Text Parameters Parameter types in this section are set to text. DMET_VoltageDrop_Display: A Yes or No value that indicates whether the distribution equipment should be displayed in the voltage drop schedule. The default voltage drop schedule includes this parameter as a hidden column. Any distribution equipment with the value set to No is not included in the schedule. Pieces of electrical equipment with their Part Type set to Equipment Switch are automatically set to No so they are not displayed in the schedule. DMET_VoltageDrop_Feeder: The cumulative voltage drop on the feeder to the distribution equipment. If the distribution equipment has two feeders, this value is the largest of the two voltage drops. A warning is displayed if this value exceeds 2% or 3%, depending upon the Feeder voltage drop percentage limit setting in the Project Options command. DMET_VoltageDrop_Feeder_NoWarnings: The cumulative voltage drop on the feeder to the distribution equipment. If the distribution equipment has two feeders, this value is the largest of the two voltage drops. DMET_VoltageDrop_Feeder1: The voltage drop on feeder 1 to the distribution equipment. DMET_VoltageDrop_Feeder2: The voltage drop on feeder 2 to the distribution equipment. DMET_VoltageDrop_MaxCircuit: The largest voltage drop on all of the branch circuits on the distribution equipment. A warning is displayed if this value exceeds 3%. DMET_VoltageDrop_MaxCircuit_ConductorWireSize: The number of parallel runs and the size of the conductor wires of the branch circuit with the largest voltage drop. DMET_VoltageDrop_MaxCircuit_ConductorWireSizeOnly: The size of the conductor wires of the branch circuit with the largest voltage drop. DMET_VoltageDrop_MaxCircuit_Length_ft: The length of the branch circuit with the largest voltage drop in feet. DMET_VoltageDrop_MaxCircuit_Length_m: The length of the branch circuit with the largest voltage drop in meters. DMET_VoltageDrop_MaxCircuit_NoWarnings: The largest voltage drop on all of the branch circuits on the distribution equipment. DMET_VoltageDrop_MaxCircuit_Number: The circuit number of the branch circuit with the largest voltage drop. DMET_VoltageDrop_MaxCircuit_WireCallout: The callout of the branch circuit with the largest voltage drop. The callout lists the conduit size and all of the wire sizes, separated by a comma and space. DMET_VoltageDrop_MaxCircuit_WireCalloutCompact: The callout of the branch circuit with the largest voltage drop. The callout lists the conduit size and all of the wire sizes, separated by a comma. DMET_VoltageDrop_Total: The total voltage drop from the utility to the branch circuit devices. It is calculated as the sum of the largest branch circuit voltage drop and the larger of the two feeder voltage drops. A warning is displayed if this value exceeds 5%. DMET_VoltageDrop_Total_NoWarnings: The total voltage drop from the utility to the branch circuit devices. It is calculated as the sum of the largest branch circuit voltage drop and the larger of the two feeder voltage drops. DMET_VoltageDrop_Transformer: The voltage drop through the transformer if the distribution equipment is a transformer. |

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