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Thanks for the post. Clear and concise, it will help me explain this better to clients.

Maybe a correction: "By creating a power circuit for LP-2" should be LP-1 I believe..

Thanks for catching that typo, Vincent - it's fixed.

hi, its there a way to have (show) the panel name when you connect a 208/120v panel to a 480/277 panel via a transformer usually on "the supply from" in the panel schedule you see the T4, T5 etc... can an any way that be modify to say like ex. PP24-2 VIA T4


Unfortunately, no, not any type of automated way. That 'supply from' parameter is the only parameter they give us access to and its value is automated from the panel name.

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