eVolve Cabling Schedule
Once cable runs have been drawn and assigned, eVolve Electrical concatenates the device and cable data into the Project Cabling Schedule window. From the Project Cabling Schedule window, users can export to an Excel file for creating cut lists, adjust Error Check settings, and choose make-up lengths.
To Open the Project Cabling Schedule Window
1. From the Cabling panel, in the eVolve Electrical ribbon, click the MC Cable button to open the MC Cable menu.
2. From the MC Cable menu, click Cable Schedule.
Project Cable Schedule
Start- Starting device, which is the first device clicked when creating a run, and where the run data is assigned to. The number is an auto-assigned Revit mark.
Finish- Ending device, which is the second device clicked when creating a run. The number is an auto-assigned Revit Mark
System- Displays the system type of the run
Type- Displays the cable type used for the run
Modeled Length- Displays the lengths of the cable in the run
Circuit- Displays Circuit data if the run is made in conjunction with Revit power systems
Feed- Displays Feed data if the run is made in conjunction with Revit power systems
Notes- Field for user-entered note
Pending Action- Displays status
Error Message- will inform in there's been an error within the row
To View or Change Make-Up Length Settings
From the Make-Up Length Tab, in the Project Cabling window, there are several adjustment fields. The fields within the Make Up Lengths box allow the user to add or deduct cable lengths to device or load center ends to create custom length whips. The Rounding field allows for rounding up complete cable lengths to add more adjustability to custom length whips.
- Parameter Data -
Apply cable properties to devices- When this setting is enabled, the cable properties (Type & Model Length) will be assigned to the device material parameters. This will allow the device to be scheduled with the cable(s) as part of the BOM.
Utilize native Revit circuiting- When this setting is enabled, the devices Circuit and Feed will be automatically applied to the eE_ConduitRun_Circuit and eE_ConduitRun_Feed cable parameters.