Visio shapes for non C-Bus Clipsal gear

Discussion in 'C-Bus Wired Hardware' started by fleetz, Dec 17, 2005.

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    fleetz

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    I am starting to document the Home Automation and C-Bus integration into the HA equipmet. If I don't I will be lost! I am using Visio drawing package and have the C-Bus library which is neat. I am doing it initially at a system component level to map out the plan then drill down aafter the road map is done.

    Does anyone know if Clispal have for there other range of gear ie RCD, MCB etc a Visio shapes library similiar to the C-Bus one they have published?

    Thanks

    Fleetz
     
    fleetz, Dec 17, 2005
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    SJH_Elect

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    Neo Switches

    Here is the viso file I created for the neo switches

    I'm slowly building my viso files up

    If you find any more let me know at
    kevin@sjhelectrical.com.au

    Thanks
    Kevin
     

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    Cool thanks Kevin.

    Cheers,

    Fleetz
     
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    I know it's bad form dredging up an old post, but the question still stands? I'm trying to document my C-Bus installation but it's more than just C-Bus components, and I can't for the life of me find any shapes of MCB's etc. It would be great to be able to plan my distribution board better from a layout and capacity perspective using visio.

    So, anyone have any shapes laying around for breakers, isolators, (MCB, RCB), etc?
     
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