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    Default CREATING THERMOSTAT FOR FAMILIES

    Thermostat is a circle with letter T inside the circle and mounted on the wall at least 5'-0" above finish floor associated with mechanical equipment.

    I will need to create familie for that thermostat.

    Can anyone point me in a direction where I can better understand how to do this? Are there 'families' out there that I can download?

    I have been through the tutorials and have not really found anything that relates to this....or maybe I just didn't recognize it.

    Any direction would be greatly appreciated!

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    Default Re: CREATING THERMOSTAT FOR FAMILIES

    I would start by disecting a light switch and see how it's built.

    Also, I think someone posted a t-stat family in the MEP FAMILIES forum. Might want to look over there.

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    Default Re: CREATING THERMOSTAT FOR FAMILIES

    There is a thermostat in the content extension packs.
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