$495 per person (in the US and Canada) | 8 CPC/CEU credits
So, you know the basics of Revit Electrical – how to work with spaces, levels, and basic electrical systems - but you want to be able to do more. If you’re looking to extend that basic skill set and make the Revit electrical tools work specifically for your type of project and want to customize Revit output to meet your own needs, then this is the course for you. This course has been designed for users with a solid understanding of Revit Electrical features who need to develop more control over functionality and output within that system.
This eight (8) hour course is delivered in four (4), two-hour long sessions that students can attend online, right from their own desk. A live instructor will explain the detailed functions, and address questions as the class progresses.
Note: Instructor will present using Autodesk Revit 2023. Students who wish to follow along with instructor are encouraged to use the same version. Students should have a solid understanding of Revit or have taken the Revit Electrical Essentials course.
Recording: Registrants for this course will receive access to a recording of each session for 7 consecutive days. Access will start the next business day after the session ends.
Must attend all four sessions.
Session 1: Creating Electrical Families
- Basic Terminology and Workflows
- Creating the "Bones" for your Revit Electrical Family
- Reference Planes vs. Reference Lines
- Workflow and Organization
- Parameters vs. Shared Parameters
Session 2: Working with Shared Coordinates
- Setting distribution systems
- Automatic conduit routing/Multiple raceways
- Configuring Step-down transformer distribution
Session 3: Using Systems, Filters and Views
- Understanding and Selecting Electrical Systems
- Working with Electrical system Components
- Creating and Editing Circuits
- Types of Electrical Systems
- Defining and Applying Filters
Session 4: Customizing Panel Schedules
- Creating and Editing Panel Schedules
- Managing Panel Schedule Templates
- Working with Circuits on a Panel Schedule
- Creating Customized Panel Schedules
- Demand Factors