I accidentally deleted my last post, but here’s the content I didn’t loose:
I’ve found a curious issue where I can’t seem to get the Circuit Number of a newly created ElectricalSystem until after I’ve created a completely new and separate Electrical System. Here’s my process:
- Create System (with terminal elements)
- Select Panel
- Get Circuit Number
^ which doesn’t work unless I’ve done step #1 again or affected the model in a major way like copied elements around.
I’m wondering if there’s come kind of dispose method I can use to release control over the Electrical System instead of having to create a new one just to get the Info I need.
My Dynamo File and RVT file are attached:
Sorry for the massive reference list… I like to add them by hand.
The elements within the model that the Dynamo routine modifies are located here:
All you have to do to replicate my results is run the Dynamo… Once you do, you will notice that the results of ElectricalSystem.CircuitNumber are incorrect for the last of the 3 circuits and should say “9” instead of “unnamed”:
The breakdown occurs within the user-defined function “CircuitElements” spanning from line 85 to line 95. You’ll notice that if you move the CircuitNumber getter to within this function, all 3 Circuit Number calls fail. The CircuitNumber getter is currently located on line 140, and the predefined functions in this node span until line 125.
Freemont AutoCircuiting(forDynamoBim.comTesting).dyn (8.5 KB)
Model File is apparently too Large, so I uploaded it here:
Thank You All Very Much for taking the time to help me with this issue.