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    Default Tandem Wired/Dual Switched Light Fixtures

    Anybody using Revit on projects that have light fixtures that are Tandem Wired/Dual Switched? If so, how are you handling this?

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    Default Re: Tandem Wired/Dual Switched Light Fixtures

    I would also like to know the answer to this. My thoughts are add another connector and then wire from connector to the appropiate switch. I did something similiar with fixtures that have an emergency ballast.

    Open for suggestions, please.

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    Default Re: Tandem Wired/Dual Switched Light Fixtures

    i have done this in classrooms where i have 3 lamp fixtures with a/b switching for 2 lamps and 1 lamp. i showed both switches on the wall, but only tagged one of them as "a,b", and connected all the fixtures to that one, the b switch was just not tagged or even set to b for that matter. my fixture tags then showed "A 14 a,b", being Type, Circuit, Switchleg.

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