The free ABB Switch Range Configurator App for Revit enables you to easily design, manage and configure complete sets of switch ranges, even for the largest BIM and MEP projects.
Experiment with the variety of design options and functions with the correct annotation offered by this App to streamline your design in both 2D and 3D. Always up-to-date with the latest ABB product data available in Germany and The Netherlands.
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Configure, place, and manage complete sets of switch ranges to meet the highest demands for quality and aesthetics. Even when working on linked models or architectural models.
The wide range of ABB switches allows you to create perfect color combinations for frames and cover plates – it’s easy, just pick your favorite color! In addition, you can also choose how many elements (like switch, socket, dimmer, data or communication) your switch range should have, its orientation and mounting height.
Configuring a switch range is fast and easy: just choose a function for each element (like one pole or two way switch, socket with or without earth, loudspeaker, digital radio, and many more) of your switch range. And always get the correct annotation for each function in the floorplan.
Easily add junction boxes to new and existing switch range configurations. And you can also add additional spouts by simply clicking on one of the optional spout positions.
The Revit families contain up-to-date and reliable ABB specific data, like article number, GTIN, and other relevant manufacturer data. Work only with articles available on the Dutch and German market and easily create Revit schedules with the latest product information and ready to order.
Want to adjust existing switch ranges? Just click on one of the components that you would like to change. It works even for multiple instances of the same configuration at once.
You decide whether to insert a switch range on a face based surface like a wall, or non-hosted in free space.
To answer this important question we created a document providing more details about system requirements, what is installed (and where) and how updates of the App work. Please find the document here MEPcontent apps IT support document explaining what the Revit plugins do.