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Assigning circuits

With the new CIRCUITASSIGN command, assign circuits to one or more selected devices directly using the command line.

You can also find:

  • Information about the last used panel
  • A list of all the panels in the current drawing
  • A list of panels with all the circuits attached to them

The PANELASSIGN command enables you to change the panel for multiple selected devices. If you select an object that is not a device, it is automatically filtered out of the list.

You cannot assign devices that are not appropriate for the circuit. For example, you cannot assign a data connection to a power and lighting circuit.

These new tools help improve your productivity when assigning circuits and changing panels.