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Equipment Connections and Panel Schedule Customization

Thursday, November 16th, 2017

How to create and manage equipment connections, and how to customize panel schedules, in Design Master Electrical.

 

We look at the following topics for equipment connections:

We look at the following topics for customizing panel schedules:

We also answer the following question:

We also give a brief overview of how the Trace Architect’s <Device Type>¬†commands work (47:55).

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