6.1.2. Compliance or Non-Compliance

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Thermal values that have been assigned to element types in the Revit model (roofs, floors, walls, glazing) will then be compared with values set in the Code and will display in red or white font to indicate compliance or non-compliance.  Hovering over the value will also provide a tool-tip for guidance.

A red asterisk will display in Performance Manager if the current thermal property for an element is outside the range expected. This will only happen in Detailed models, since inputted values for Mass models are only accepted if they are within the ranges set by FenestraPro.

Select Code from your list that was created

Please see Section 15.0 FAQ’s below for guidance on sharing Custom Codes with colleagues. The file which stores the Codes that are created may be shared with colleagues for use on their machines also.  This file is saved in your FenestraPro folder as CustomStandards.db and may be copied and pasted if required to a colleague’s folder if they also have access to FenestraPro.


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