Longboard -Power, Lighting Controls and Fire Alarm

Longboard -Power, Lighting Controls and Fire Alarm

Win64, English

Kowabunga Studios
Doing the tedious tasks electrical engineers and designers face on every project. Laying out power distribution, lighting controls and fire alarm devices for you in minutes.

General Usage Instructions

Once the Architects have created an Autodesk® Revit® model that has room names, walls, doors, and ceilings Longboard can be run. Room definitions are what enables parameters to be decided for each room. This is done at the very beginning of the project. 

Longboard can also be run when wholesale changes are done to the entire model. i.e. if all the receptacles become detached from the walls or all of the ceiling devices become unhosted and need to be replaced. Then Longboard can be run and all of those devices placed back into the model. 

Another example is if all classrooms or offices need to have an additional receptacle placed on each wall, Longboard can populate them, same with switches. 

A full walkthrough and the how-to manual is located here - https://www.dropbox.com/s/xfdanoyodznr7kf/Wakeboard%20-%20Mechanical%20How%20To.pdf?dl=0

Screenshots

Commands

Installation/Uninstallation

Click run on the .msi file and follow the installation instructions as prompted in the installer. 

Known Issues

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Version History

Version Number Version Description

1.02

Ability to place on reference planes named "Ceiling - {Level ID}' - where {Level ID} is the name of the level the reference plane exists on. Updated to include 2021

1.01

Ability to place on reference planes named "Ceiling - {Level ID}' - where {Level ID} is the name of the level the reference plane exists on.

1.00

Initial Release
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