Edit Receptacle Schedule List
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To edit receptacle schedule project settings, go to
Ribbon: DME: Customization->Project Customization-> Receptacles Schedule Label Group
Pulldown Menu: DM Electrical->Customization->Labels and Schedules->Project List->Edit Receptacle Schedule Project List
To edit receptacle schedule standards settings, go to
Ribbon: DME: Customization->Master & Standards Customization-> Receptacles Schedule Label Group
Pulldown Menu: DM Electrical->Customization->Labels and Schedules->Standards and Master Lists->Edit Receptacle Schedule Standards List
Receptacle Schedule Label Display and Order Dialog Box
See the Common Label and Schedule Information section for more information about using the Move Up and Move Down buttons and the Key, Label, Width, Display, and Schedule Title fields.
Values in the Key column are listed alphabetically below.
Callout: The callout of the receptacle as defined in the receptacle project schedule.
Features: A list of the different features of the receptacle (e.g., whether the receptacle is explosion proof or waterproof, and if the GFCI has a ground or an isolated ground).
NEMA: The NEMA rating value taken from the schedule.
Note 1: Note taken from the schedule.
Note 2: Note taken from the schedule.
Note 3: Note taken from the schedule.
Quantity: The number of receptacles inserted in the project. If a receptacle type is not inserted, "NOT USED" will be displayed.
Short Voltage: The voltage value and poles of the receptacle.
Examples: 120V 1P, 208V 2P
Symbol: The block used to represent the receptacle. The subscript for the receptacle can be displayed in this column.See the Insert Receptacle Project Schedule section for more information.
Volts: The full voltage value of the receptacle. The volts, poles, and wires will be displayed.
Examples: 120V 1P 2W, 208V 2P 2W
Volts Only: The voltage value of the receptacle. Only the volts will be displayed. The poles and wires will not be displayed.
Examples: 120V, 208V
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