When working with a multi-story building, it is common to have identical electrical items on multiple floors and the designer desires to have the same circuits for those items replicated on each level. Doing so creates consistency between panel board circuits and reduces labor for circuiting each floor. An example of this is the restrooms, janitor closets, elevator lobby and other service areas in the core of a building where each of those rooms will have the same electrical needs for each floor level.
It is possible to copy the electrical devices and equipment from one floor level to multiple other floor levels and replicate the circuits for the new items. The electrical devices that were circuited together in the first level will be circuited together in the other levels. The Rating, Frame, and Load Name for the replicated circuit(s) will be the same as the original circuit(s).