Explanation of the basic parameters to configure a downlight, example deployable to any non-fluorescent lighting fixture, connected to a single phase power system with a voltage of 230V.
On the Autodesk WikiHelp page there is an explanation for each parameter seen in the video above. It is a good starting point to understand these type of connectors.
The spaces generated in the model can not be removed by deleting them from the view you are working, they still remain in the model. The way to do it is through the tables, in the next video we do this exercise:
The spaces must have well defined boundaries to provide the information without any error. The parameter “room bounding” is a parameter that should have activated all the elements that can define a space limit (pillars, ceiling plates, etc).
Despite being a parameter “associated” to architecture, it is important to know its functionality, for his successful activation will cause polymer fume a correct analysis of thermal loads.
Attached video explaining how to use the “space tool” and focused on the limitation of “offset”.