Cabling Schedule

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 Cable Schedule.

Tool Palette buttons
  • Locate Element - used to locate a single element in the model. If the selected element is in the currently active view, Locate Element will zoom to and display the element in fullscreen. If the selected element is not in the currently active view, Locate Element will allow Revit to find the element
  • Export to Excel - exports all data (including hide columns) in an Excel format (.xlsx)
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 if there's been an error within the row

Record Navigator buttons

  • Export Grid - exports the grid as currently displayed to Excel
  • Send to Data Tables - send all displayed columns and their values to Data Tables

Cable Schedule Options

Make Up Length panel
  • Device - the value is added to the overall run length of each cable connected to a device.
  • Load Center - the value is added to the overall run length of each cable connected to a Load Center.
  • Rounding - used to increase the overall run lengths and make up lengths to the nearest specified value.

Parameter Data panel
  • Apply cable properties to devices - When enabled, the cable properties (Type & Model Length) are assigned to the device material parameters. This allows the device to be scheduled with the cable(s) as part of the BOM.
  • Utilize native Revit circuiting - When enabled, the devices Circuit and Feed are automatically applied to the eE_ConduitRun_Circuit and eE_ConduitRun_Feed cable parameters.

Other Options

Device Id Parameter - sets a parameter used to specify a Device Id.

Note that in Revit 2021 and newer, the Electrical Fixture category does not automatically set the element's Mark parameter. This means that when trying to use this tool for the first time and the elements that are used have a null Mark value, an error will occur. This parameter can be manually entered or utilize parameter sync or renumbering to accomplish the numbering of these elements.

Relevant Articles

Using grids in the eVolve software

Data Navigator

Searching in grids - using the Find feature

Save Grid States


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