Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Including fire-alarm control panels, part of Revit: Fire-Alarm Systems Design (2015).
- Well, somebody needs to control all these devices.…(laughs) I suppose that someone is you.…I think it's time to take a trip over to the electrical room…and slap a couple control panels to the wall.…The objective of this video is to make sure…we have everything in place…so we can start circuiting our devices.…What I want to do is, let's jump into our electrical…fire alarm floor plans, let's go down to level 1.…I'm going to zoom in to the electrical room.…What I'd like to do is go to Electrical Equipment…on the Systems tab.…
I'm going to click on Load Family.…This time, I'm going to go to Electrical,…to MEP,…Information and Communication, Fire Alarm.…I'm going to grab a Fire Alarm Control Panel.…I'm going to click Open.…What I want to do is place it on a vertical face,…so I'm going to place it right here,…and it's going to be mounted into this wall.…I'm going to hit escape a couple times.…Now what I'm going to do is I'm going to select my panel.…
I'm going to scroll down over here until I find Panel Name.…For my panel name I'm gonna call it…
- 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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