Adding panels is easy. matching the panels voltage with the correct system is the challenge. In this video I would like to show you how to add a recessed 208 volt MLO panel, how to name the panel, and how to allocate a distribution system so the panel can be circuited to. We will then add a 277 volt panel to allow for some lighting fixtures to be connected as well.
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- [Trainer] Let's add some panels to our project.…The first thing we generally do is add whatever…receptacles we have.…Then we throw the panels in,…then we complete the circuit.…Under projects, let's go open.…I'm gonna grab my panels model.…Now I want to click open.…In my project browser I want to scroll down to…power, floor plans, 1-power.…I'm going to scroll down to this area here.…I'm going to go to systems.…I'm going to go to electrical equipment.…
Or you could type EE.…I'm going to click my drop down, and I'm going to…scroll down until I find, lighting,…and appliance panelboard.…208V MLO.…I'm going to grab a 400 amp.…What I'm going to do is I'm going to come over…to this wall right here and I'm going to…put it right about here.…I'm going to hit escape a couple times.…I'm going to select my panel.…I'm going to scroll down and look at some of the properties.…
There's no loading yet because…there's nothing hooked up to it.…It's a recessed panel, type 1 enclosure.…Notice that it knows that it's an Electrical 001.…That's 'cause we put a space in there already.…
Once you're finished with this course, you can feel confident taking the Revit MEP 2015 Certified Professional exam.
- Importing AutoCAD files into Revit
- Linking Revit models
- Using worksets
- Creating new family types
- Adding and modifying panels, circuits, switches, conduits, and more
- Creating detail views