Circuit Numbering using Revit "Circuit Number" for grouping various circuit ranges on the same panel.
For example, you can define the circuit numbers 1-10 to be 100 series, 11-30 200 and 30+ 300 series. This is allowed by using Circuit Numbering Settings.
You can change the Sequence Range of circuits in a Panel Schedule by using "Move Up"/"Move down". That way you can divide the circuit in a particular series. There is no limit on the number of sections that can be defined.
You define the number ranges for each panel in "Circuit Numbering Setup".
Function gives you a complete overview of all sequence ranges for each item in Properties.
You can also tag all circuit numbers and use them in Panel Schedules.
Circuit number is described per system type using parameters "CQ Circuit ID Power," CQ Circuit ID Data "etc.
All of these can be found in parameter "CQ Circuit Numbers".
You can also see which panels are used in "CQ Panels".
(Note the plural, Revit itself has only one "Circuit Number" and one "Panel").
In Revit you can use parameters Naming Circuit, Circuit Prefix and Suffix Separator Circuit.
There are three exceptions here:
- You can use the circuit prefix even though Circuit Naming equals "Panel Name".
- You can override Revit's "Circuit Prefix" for each circuit using "CQ Circuit Prefix Override".
- Circuit Naming "By Phase" is not supported at this time
(Example of Panel Schedule)
You can run the function on the entire project or select one panel at a time.
If you work through the project all panels will be updated when the last panel is drawn, even if one element (eg a branch rod) is connected to multiple panels.
(Example for"CQ Circuit Prefix Override")
You can create an overview of all data on any element with Multi-Category Schedules.