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Customizing Panel and Other One Line Device Schedules

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

See the Customizing Panel Schedules post.

3 Responses to “Customizing Panel and Other One Line Device Schedules”

  1. Bryant says:

    Is there a way to create a panel schedule that is a three phase panel, but it just goes down as Breaker 1, 2, 3, 4, 5… and each breaker would say what type of breaker it is such as 30A 3 pole or 20A 2 pole.

    This comes up when I am using an existing panelboard that is labeled this way and I am adding or replacing a circuit. I need to be able to match the existing layout so the electrician can go in an make accurate changes. I need to be able to say breaker (or it is actually called circuit) 7 (which is really 7×3= 21st lug down). However, I seem to be able to only make the panel look like it has a left and right side which it doesn’t.

  2. Rather than using a panel, try using a switchboard. It will include a line for each breaker and order them sequentially. It does not have an odd or even side. The default starting phase for each breaker will be A–you will need to update that to match the actual panel.

  3. Ibrahim Maldonado says:

    I have being using swithcboards for MDP’s. They work great for this purpose.

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