I have used this twice in the past. It's not quite what the customer wanted but its close. I think with a little tweaking it could be perfect.
AutoCAD Electrical is not set up to show From/To tags on the schematic. All the info is there but only available in reports. But it is not set up to actually INSERT pieces of "smart" from/to text right on each connection of the schematics.
Here is a small AutoLisp utility created by Nate Holt. If you want to give it a try, download the file, APPLOAD it, and type OTHER_END [Enter] at your command line. The active drawing should update.
And here is what it does:
1. Insert the annotation at the wire connection points, justify and rotate to follow the connected wire.
2. Annotation to follow the same as a from/to report taking into account any special "wire sequencing" overrides or source/destination arrow connections.
3. Text can be manually repositioned.
4. Text will be "smart" in that it can be updated if connections changed - even if the text is moved.
5. Text put on its own layer so it can be turned on and off.
Here are the before and after screen grabs. The tag-ID and pin number for the opposite end of each wires connection point. Note that CR408 shows multiple connections on both sides.
I originally pulled this from Nate Holt's Autodesk blog. However that old link (from 2007) now goes to an Inventor blog. I have tested this lisp file using 2013 and it still works like a charm. The following is text and images are, from my notes, from the original blog post...
How it works
Key snippets of the utility are shown below.
Step 1: Extract all wire from/to connection data for the active drawing.
Step 2: Create a selection set of all block insert instances found on active drawing.
Step 3: Loop through the selection set, find schematic "components" blocks with wire connections. Format the connection information into a short string of text.
Step 4: Insert TEXT entity with the formatted text.
Step 5: Flip the new text entity to the target layer. Then insert an Xdata pointer on the wire connection point that points back at this new TEXT entity.
How can I make this Cooler?
Don't be afraid to modify this utility to fit your wants/needs. For example, you might want it to insert multi-line MTEXT instead of a single line TEXT entity. Maybe you'd rather have it insert a "LEADER" entity. How about adding more info to the text, like wire type or include the INST/LOC values in the tag for IEC drawings? Use your imagination... go for it!