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Thu, Jan 21, 2010 at 4:28:37 PM | homerun tag

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hi, using mep 2010, is it possible to tag a single outlet with a homerun wire. i can't seem to get the homerun to show up unless i have more than one device connected.

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Thu, Jan 21, 2010 at 8:06:37 PM | homerun tag

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Due to difficulties and time wasted using the homeruns, tick marks, and conduit in Revit, we changed the way we do things around here.  We are now putting a panel-circuit# tags next to each electrical item that is connected, minus switches and such.  This works pretty slick and looks really nice.  The only time we use wires is to indicate what lights are controlled by what switch/es.  That is still a bit of a pain too, but doesn't waste nearly as much time.

Revit just doesn't do a good enough job on it's own with these things and when you think about it, showing the conduit can be pointless considering the contractor will likely come up with his own way to wire it up.


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Thu, Jan 21, 2010 at 8:15:46 PM | homerun tag

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thanks for the input. my computer was having a case of the i don't want too's. so i got out and went back in, and that cleared it up. now i wish the templete that they have for a panel schedule looked as good as our own from autocad. dreaming i know.

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