Cert Prep: Revit for Electrical Design Professional

Cert Prep: Revit for Electrical Design Professional

Earning the Autodesk Certified Professional: Revit for Electrical Design certification proves you know the program inside and out, and it's a signal to employers and clients that you are a trustworthy professional. Tune into this course to review the concepts you need to know to ace the Revit for Electrical Design exam. Revit expert Eric Wing reviews the specific skills covered by the exam, including the key areas covered in the certification objectives: collaboration, modeling, elements, and views. Brush up on topics such as importing and linking existing models and files; creating floor plans; creating new families and family types; modeling electrical elements such as panels, circuits, fixtures, switches, conduits, and security devices; applying view templates to drawings; and producing detailed views with dimensions and tags.


  • 英文名称:Cert Prep: Revit for Electrical Design Professional
  • 时长:1小时55分
  • 字幕:英语


  1. Prepare for your certification in MEP Electrical
  2. Import AutoCAD files into Revit
  3. Link Revit
  4. Copy levels and set up monitoring
  5. Create floor plans
  6. Coordination review
  7. Use worksheets for collaboration
  8. Creating and applying filters
  9. Differentiate system and component families
  10. Create a new family type
  11. Edit family connectors
  12. Electrical: Add and modify receptacles
  13. Electrical: Add and modify panels
  14. Electrical: Add and modify circuits
  15. Electrical: Add panel schedules
  16. Electrical: Add and modify lighting fixtures
  17. Electrical: Add and modify switches
  18. Electrical: Create and modify lighting circuits
  19. Electrical: Create and modify switching systems
  20. Electrical: Add and modify conduit
  21. Electrical: Use cable trays
  22. Electrical: Create distribution system
  23. Electrical: Add and modify security devices
  24. Electrical: Add and modify wiring
  25. Electrical: Generate automatic wire layouts
  26. Electrical: Check circuits and disconnects
  27. Apply view templates
  28. Add text and dimensions
  29. Tagging elements
  30. Next steps