Pennell Consulting, Inc. (PCI) provides electrical and electronics system design to architects, contractors and government entities on a wide range of projects including correctional, educational, health care, manufacturing, public facilities and retail/office buildings. The firm currently has eight employees, six of whom use Design Master Electrical. PCI first purchased Design Master Electrical in 2006.
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DM Electrical 8.3 New Features Webinar Recording: A webinar covering all the changes in DM Electrical 8.3, except for the feeder and
Feeder and Service Calculations Webinar: A webinar covering the new feeder and service calculations added in DM Electrical 8.3.
service load calculations. Those are handled in the other webinar.
Electrical Customization Webinar: A webinar covering the options available for customizing DM Electrical.
Loads on Circuits Do Not Appear in Panel Total: Typically caused by the "General Lighting Circuit" value being set to "Yes."
Setting the Phase of Single-Phase Loads on Three-Phase Switchboards: How to use the "Starting Phase" option.
Layers Used for Circuit Loops: An explanation of all the different places we look to determine what layer to use for loops between devices.
Exporting Light Fixtures or Diffusers for Reflected Ceiling Plan: Creating a RCP that is disconnected from your Design Master database.
Loads on Phases Change in a Transformer: Loads rotate when they go through delta-wye transformers.
Show Rooms on Lighting and Power Plans: How to share rooms between drawings.
Motor Load Calculations: How the largest motor on a panel is determined.
Footcandle Levels Inside Building Outlines: How to keep 0 FC values from being displayed inside buildings.
Indoor Lighting Coefficient of Utilization: How the CU is calculated.
Below is a list of recent ideas on our wishlist.
Customers regularly share ideas about what they would like us to add to the software. What we don't know is how many other people are interested in the idea. If you see something that looks interesting to you, vote for it. We prioritize features based upon the number of votes and the difficulty to implement. Knowing whether other people are interested in an idea or not helps us know if we should spend development time on it or on something else.
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