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V6.02 Updates

You can view a PDF copy of the 6.02 Release Notes here:

Version 6.01 Minor Update v2.0

New Features

Version 6.01 Minor Update v1.0

New Features

V6.01 Updates

Modeling Non-Wood Poles

While O-Calc Pro provides a number of non-wood poles as part of our available catalogs, it may be necessary to create custom poles from scratch. O-Calc is capable of modeling metal, concrete and composite poles. Unlike wood poles, non-wood pole properties are specified by the manufacturer of the po.

Managing Catalogs

One of the central concepts in O-Calc Pro is the use of the catalog. The catalog stores assemblies, stores objects, stores the components that you uses to build up your pole model and perform your analysis. While O-Calc Pro offers numerous catalogs for download, it may not be convenient to have all.

Connectivity in O-Calc Pro Line Design

Among the new features included in O-Calc Pro Line Design is the notion of connectivity. This version deviates from previous versions in that when entire circuits are modeled, spans that run from pole to pole can remain connected, or linked. This allows for global edits to be made to a span, withou.

Understanding the O-Calc Pro Line Analysis Report

With the release of O-Calc Pro version 6.0, also known as O-Calc Pro Line Design, a new report can be generated. This report analyzes an entire line of poles based on wind parameters that are set by the user. More information about generating this report can be found in the O-Calc Pro Line Design U.

Setting Ownership in O-Calc Pro

The Master Catalog of O-Calc Pro contains all of the components that may be used to generate a model, or a .pplx file. Each of these items has many properties associated with it, which can be found and edited in the Data Entry Panel. While most of these attributes adjust some aspect of how an objec.

Adding a Tap

Oftentimes when modelling a pole in O-Calc Pro from field notes, a User may encounter the need to model a span that is not attached at the pole, but rather attached to a span. This is usually seen in service drops for Secondary or Communications spans. Essentially, a segment of the conduit acts as .