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Multiple Circuits Feeding a Piece of Equipment

Tuesday, November 19th, 2013

Each equipment connection can have a single circuit feeding it. This restriction is different from receptacles and light fixtures, which can be connected to multiple circuits.

For equipment connections with multiple circuits, you need to create multiple equipment connections using the standard Create Equipment command.

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