Autodesk released Revit 2022 on April 6. There isn't much to talk about for electrical designers, but we found and summarized the changes most likely to impact your workflow.
Electrical RT is compatible with Revit 2022.
Autodesk released AutoCAD 2022 on March 23. All of our software is compatible with AutoCAD 2022.
Design Master Electrical RT 2.0 is currently in beta. The major new features in this release are one-line riser diagrams in Revit and time-current curves for breakers.
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Jeff Gray, co-owner and Principal Designer at electrical consulting firm Conley Engineering, primarily designs schools and wastewater facilities. These days, every school project comes to him in Revit, and wastewater may not be far behind: “So far, most of our wastewater clients haven’t moved over to doing things in Civil 3D and Revit, but we are using it on one facility in California.”
When the company started using Revit in 2009, it significantly improved their old workflow; however, there were still limitations they wanted to overcome. In 2017, he says, “We tasked a few of our employees to find something out there for us that would assist us, and [Design Master Electrical RT] was what they came up with.”
A regular online training webinar is available every month for Design Master Electrical RT for Revit.
Electrical for Revit training is the 2nd Thursday of the month at 1:30pm Eastern.
NOTE: June training will be on the 1st Thursday of the month at 1:30pm Eastern.
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Here is the schedule for the next two months:
May 13, 2021
New wire sizing calculation options
June 3, 2021—1st Thursday of the month
One-line riser diagrams in Revit
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