Electrical Panelboard Schedule Software works in AutoCAD

I have recently released an updated version of AutoPanelboard, a panel
schedule software program that works in AutoCAD.
AutoPanelboard can
- links together multiple panels
- generates project reports
- calculates breaker sizes
- calculates wire sizes
- calculates conduit fill percentage and conduit sizes
- calculates voltage drop, and adjusts wire size when necessary
- performs basic short circuit calculations
And much more!
AutoPanelboard is a great time saver for engineers, electricians, facilities
managers, and anyone who needs to document their electrical distribution
system.
Download the demonstration version at:
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The full version is $195. Very cost effective when compared to some of the
electrical software on the market!
Thanks,
Mitch Thompson
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Mitch Thompson
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| I have recently released an updated version of AutoPanelboard, a panel | schedule software program that works in AutoCAD. | | AutoPanelboard can | - links together multiple panels | - generates project reports | - calculates breaker sizes | - calculates wire sizes | - calculates conduit fill percentage and conduit sizes | - calculates voltage drop, and adjusts wire size when necessary | - performs basic short circuit calculations | And much more! | | AutoPanelboard is a great time saver for engineers, electricians, facilities | managers, and anyone who needs to document their electrical distribution | system. | | Download the demonstration version at: |
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\home.html| | The full version is $195. Very cost effective when compared to some of the | electrical software on the market!
How much will the Linux/BSD version cost when it's ready?
Contrary to popular myth, people who use Linux and avoid Windows do buy software (specialized applications) just like this.
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phil-news-nospam
Naw, these are all basic functions and after it's done it's not likely anyone would look at it again. What do you figure the learning curve is for the software?
Reply to
Johan Lexington
We have tried to make the program very intuitive. You should be able to be up and running in quick order.
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Mitch Thompson

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