Modeling and System Design Techniques for Electrical Design
Get electrical design skills to solve real-world challenges using Revit. Learn the workflows and modeling standards to manage electrical circuits, panel schedules, light sources, system connectors, and electrical systems. Drive design decisions using a range of tools to visualize data and monitor ongoing changes in electrical distribution and lighting levels.
After completing this course, you’ll be able to:
- Create electrical circuits and monitor wire sizing by creating custom schedules.
- Use customized panel schedules to manage electrical distribution.
- Create industry-standard, custom content for improved electrical layouts and annotation.
- Configure electrical connectors and light sources.
- Add connectors for cable trays and conduit.
- Create systems and networks to validate connector configurations.
- Use filters, spaces, and custom tags to monitor ongoing changes in electrical distribution and lighting levels.
Learn how to create an electrical circuit.
Learn how to create a new panel schedule template by duplicating and editing an existing template. Create a hierarchy of electrical equipment that can connect through a circuit breaker or a feedthrough lug.
Get more out of your content and improve overall project workflow by effectively using families in Revit.
System connectors are critical because they determine the type of systems used in a project. Discover how to use system connectors and configurations for a range of elements in an electrical system.
Easily read your system properties in Revit. Learn the most effective ways to review information by selecting relevant sections of a network.
Improve electrical layout visualizations with annotation. Learn how to add basic or custom annotations to meet your project needs.
Course challenge exercise