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Electrical Panel Schedule software

Discussion in 'Electrical Engineering' started by Mitch Thompson, Apr 13, 2004.

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  1. I have recently revised and updated my panel schedule software and website.
    Thanks to those here who helped me test and refine the program.

    AutoPanelboard is software that works in AutoCAD to automate many of the
    tasks involved in generating electrical panel schedules. Because it is
    written in AutoLISP to work within AutoCAD, you don't have to back and forth
    between Excel and AutoCAD. It is VERY REASONABLY PRICED, especially for
    those that don't need to do extensive and exhaustive short circuit and
    coordination studies. (You don't need a sledge hammer if all you want to do
    is drive a finish nail.) You can spend thousands on Autodesk Building
    Systems, or SKM's DAPPER/CAPTOR, and you should if you need that kind of
    capability. But if you simply want to keep track of circuits, and don't
    want to spend more than $200, you should check out this program.

    The URL is

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