Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a low-voltage circuit, part of Revit: Fire-Alarm Systems Design (2015).
- Since all of our parts are in place,…it's time to bring it all together.…What I'd like to do in this video…is start circuiting up our building.…Since we have the control panels in place…and the devices, it should be a snap.…So let's jump in to Revit.…What I'd like to do is jump into our Circuit model…or what ever model you have circuits in…and panels in that you'd like to circuit up.…In my Project browser, I'm going to go to Electrical,…Fire Alarm, Floor Plans, Level 1.…I'm going come into the BOARDROOM.…
Notice our devices look funny.…That's because we were playing around with the Detail Level.…Let's go ahead and set our Detail Level to Medium.…What I'd like to do is select any one…of these devices in the BOARDROOM.…I'm going to go ahead and grab this smoke detector here.…Now on the Create Systems tab, you see we have Fire Alarm.…Go ahead and select that.…Now on the Systems Tools panel,…go ahead and click on Edit Circuit.…This brings us into edit circuit mode.…The first thing I like to do is make sure…our panels are in and that they're valid.…
- Linking to architecture
- Creating views
- Adding wall and ceiling devices and control panels
- Placing a cable tray and conduit
- Adding circuitry
- Working with drawing sections
- Importing AutoCAD files
Skill Level Intermediate
Creating Concrete Buildings with Revit Structurewith Eric Wing1h 56m Intermediate
1. Project Setup
2. Incorporating Different Fire-Alarm Devices
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