Software Integrates with AutoCAD to Lay Out and Validate VRF Systems into CAD Drawings

LG Electronics USA introduces LATS CAD 2.0, a software that seamlessly integrates with AutoCAD to allow engineers to lay out and validate LG VRF systems directly into their CAD drawings.

LG Electronics USA introduces LATS CAD 2.0, a software that seamlessly integrates with AutoCAD to allow engineers to lay out and validate LG VRF systems directly into their CAD drawings.

LG Electronics USA introduces LATS CAD 2.0, a software that seamlessly integrates with AutoCAD to allow engineers to lay out and validate LG VRF systems directly into their CAD drawings. This design software arms engineers with the ability to design commercial LG variable refrigerant flow (VRF), multi and single split systems with more accuracy and speed.

LG’s LATS CAD 2.0 seamlessly integrates with the industry-standard building design program, AutoCAD. By eliminating transitional errors between previously incompatible programs and incorporating system design improvements, AutoCAD and LATS CAD 2.0 maintain building design integrity between programs, creating a more fluid design process, resulting in a significant reduction in design time and increased accuracy.

Additionally, LG’s LATS CAD 2.0 automatically measures pipe segments and calculates refrigerant charge, whereas preceding design software required engineers to manually measure and type pipe lengths by hand­ a long and tedious job. This improvement alone cuts down on design time and provides major cost-savings to firms using the program, who can now use design time more efficiently.

LATS CAD 2.0 includes the same products found in LATS MULTI V and adds multi and single split products, allowing the user to design buildings with the LG products they need. Users can easily access the tools they’re accustomed to working with and implement them in the new software, creating a more seamless design process. The programs also utilizes AutoCAD’s command and operational functions, making LATS CAD 2.0 intuitive to those familiar with LG’s other design programs, enabling users to begin using the software and realizing benefits immediately.

While intuitive, users may want to learn tips and insight on how best to use the software as efficiently as possible. For these needs, LG has created training videos, available online on LG’s HVAC website. More than 300 LG applied engineer representatives are trained on how to use the program, and are ready to provide the software to architects and building designers looking to improve their VRF design productivity.

LG’s LATS CAD 2.0 software is proprietary, free of charge and available now. To begin using the software, please contact an LG Applied Representative for more information on the LG Rep Locator page.

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