New version 6.0 of Sizer Electric© includes:
Distribution of circuits in Reels
Save costs by reducing waste in the installation of your conductors
To facilitate the process of defining from which reel the wires of a circuit are obtained to minimize waste on the installation site, Sizer Electric© has developed the new Distribution of circuits on Reels module. This module has advanced mathematical algorithms to achieve the optimal distribution of conductors in commercial reels, reducing waste and increasing project profit margins.
Required changes and additions of the new version of NEC NFPA-70 Version 2023 are included.
New reports are incorporated in addition to the classic reports and the process of modifying their information is facilitated by incorporating the report designer into each existing report.
Sizer Electric© 5.10 includes
Direct Current Conductor selection.
For the growing demand for Direct Current systems, Sizer Electric has incorporated the conductor selection process for these systems into its algorithms. The selection process has been implemented with minimal modifications to the process that our users know.
General Data (Project Specifications) exclusive for direct current systems are added, specifications for DC conductors are included in the library. Resistance values for insullated and bare direct current conductors are added to the libraries.
Sizer Electric© and Southwire® join forces in version 5.10
Southwire®, the world leader in manufacturing of electrical conductors, is the Official Sponsor of Sizer Electric version 5.10. Now downloading version 5.10 from the web site and with the registration of your hard key, you can obtain the free update of any previous version of Sizer Electric Professional Edition to the new version 5.10 courtesy of Southwire®.
Sizer Electric© has always looked for being present in different sectors of the electrical market. In Mexico it was recently recognized by the College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineers by the presentation “Software for Electrical Conductors Selection according to NOM-001-SEDE-2012”