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Is SEE Electrical Building+ compatible with IEEE Standard?

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BMaxwell
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Is SEE Electrical Building+ compatible with IEEE Standard?

I am in the US and our schematics need to be compatible with IEEE standard.

Is this possible with SEE Electrical Building+?

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JohnSp
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Re: Is SEE Electrical Building+ compatible with IEEE Standard?

The main diagrams created in See Electrical Building+ are plan views of the building layout. We provide a large selection of symbols for lights, sockets, switches and appliances but you can also create and add your own very easily.

 

Once these are created we can then generate a set of distribution diagrams. These do get supplied with IEC standard symbols for the breakers and RCD components however we fully support the IEEE electrical symbols for schematics so its easy to adjust the templates to suit.

Distribution Diagrams - Auto GeneratedDistribution Diagrams - Auto Generated

 

If you've got an example of how you need your diagrams to look we can perhaps give you a better idea of what's possible. 

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JohnSp
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Re: Is SEE Electrical Building+ compatible with IEEE Standard?

The main diagrams created in See Electrical Building+ are plan views of the building layout. We provide a large selection of symbols for lights, sockets, switches and appliances but you can also create and add your own very easily.

 

Once these are created we can then generate a set of distribution diagrams. These do get supplied with IEC standard symbols for the breakers and RCD components however we fully support the IEEE electrical symbols for schematics so its easy to adjust the templates to suit.

Distribution Diagrams - Auto GeneratedDistribution Diagrams - Auto Generated

 

If you've got an example of how you need your diagrams to look we can perhaps give you a better idea of what's possible.