Circuiting and Homeruns
This section describes how to connect devices to circuits on distribution equipment and how to draw loops and homeruns to connected devices.
The Circuiting command is used to manage all of the devices and loads connected to circuits on your distribution equipment.
📄️ Move Circuits
The Move Circuits command is used to rearrange circuits on distribution equipment.
📄️ Draw Homerun and Loops
The Draw Homerun and Loops command is used to draw a homerun and loops between devices that are connected to a circuit. This command can be used to draw homeruns and loops for a single circuit or for a combined circuit.
📄️ Set Looping Options
The Set Looping Options command is used to set options used when drawing circuit loops and homeruns.
📄️ Draw Homerun Only
The Draw Homerun Only command is used to draw the homerun for a circuit without drawing loops. This command can be used to move the homerun from one device to another without affecting the loops that are already inserted on the drawing.
📄️ Draw Additional Homerun
To draw an additional homerun, go to
📄️ Automatic Homerun
To draw multiple homeruns on a drawing simultaneously, go to
📄️ Calculate Voltage Drop
The Calculate Voltage Drop command is used to calculate and display the voltage drop on a circuit.
📄️ Draw Tick Marks
The Draw Tick Marks command is used to update the tick marks on existing loops on the drawing. The new tick marks will account for any changes made to the path of the loops by adding or removing loops manually.
📄️ Modify Circuit Label
The Modify Circuit Label command is used to insert, modify, or remove the circuit label on devices on the drawing.
📄️ Move Loop or Homerun
To move a homerun or loop after a circuit has been looped, go to
📄️ Insert Tick Marks
The Insert Tick Marks command is used to manually insert tick marks on a loop or homerun.
📄️ Break Circuit
To break a circuit loop graphic without uncircuiting the devices connected by the loop, go to
📄️ Join Circuit
To rejoin a circuit that was broken using the Break Circuit command, go to
📄️ Loop Devices Manually
The Loop Devices Manually command is used to manually force a loop between two devices. The two devices will be connected without regard to whether they are connected to the same circuit on a distribution equipment.
📄️ Highlight Uncircuited Devices
The Highlight Uncircuited Devices command is used to highlight all of the devices on the current drawing that have not yet been circuited.