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EcoStruxure Power Design - Ecodial INT 4.9.7 - The CIRCUIT NAME is now as part of the Data Table and Solution Table

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EcoStruxure Power Design - Ecodial INT 4.9.7 - The CIRCUIT NAME is now as part of the Data Table and Solution Table

The CIRCUIT NAME is now as part of the Data Table and Solution Table.

 

  • Draw the electrical network, on the Ecodial application (at the Design & Sizing Tab) as per the requirements.
  • Provide all the necessary inputs to the loads and circuits. 
    • DATA TABLE can also be used to provide inputs for the “components like Cable, load, protection and so on.”

 

  • Calculate the project as usual.
  • Once after the successful completion of the project calculation; As part of the report generation, please click on the SOLUTION TABLE.
  • We can see the component results (solutions) are grouped as per their CIRCUIT NAME.

 

Data Table - Cable component association with Circuit NameData Table - Cable component association with Circuit Name

 

 

Additional Benefit:

 

All the content of the Data Table & Solution Table can be exported in EXCEL, and they can be easily recognized as per the associated “CIRCUIT NAME” and using their “COMPONENT NAME.”

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