Configure Conductor Information

To configure Conductor Information for use in your geodatabase, follow these steps:

  1. Add the following field model name to the Electric Field Model Name domain. If you are using the sample data, this field model name may already exist in that domain.

    PHASEDESIGNATION

  2. Create the Phase Designation domain (Data Type=long integer). The Phase Designation domain contains coded values that represent the phase or phase combinations of conductors. ArcFM requires that a phase be represented with one character. The domain description of a three-phase conductor has three letters or numbers (e.g., ABC or 123). However, the coded domain values must be single digits. The Minerville sample database uses integers 1 through 7 to describe the combination of phases as shown below:

    Phase

    Coded Value

    C

    1

    B

    2

    BC

    3

    A

    4

    AC

    5

    AB

    6

    ABC

    7

  3. Add the following field to all Conductor (e.g., Cable, PriUGElectricLineSegment) feature classes if it doesn't already exist.

    Field Name

    Data Type

    Domain

    PhaseDesignation

    long integer

    Phase Designation

  4. Create the ConductorInfo object class if it doesn't already exist in your geodatabase. This table maintains information about each unit of a conductor bank. It can be used to provide cable/phase information to the contents list of a cross section if phase designation information exists in the table.

    Field Name

    Data Type

    Domain

    PhaseDesignation

    long integer

    Phase Designation

  5. Assign the following model names and autoupdaters to the ConductorInfo object class.

    Field

    Field Model Name

    PhaseDesignation

    PHASEDESIGNATION

    Event

    Autoupdater

    On Feature Update

    ArcFM Update Related ULSMember

    On Feature Delete

    ArcFM Remove Deleted ULSMember

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