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Electronics Project Management And Design EEET0462 สุริยา วิทยา ประดิษฐ์ Mobile : ::::: Standard Schematic :::::
Topics Standard Symbols Reference Designations Component Numbering Signal and Power Flow Symbol Arrangement Symbol Spacing Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
สัญลักษณ์ มาตรฐาน (1) Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
สัญลักษณ์ มาตรฐาน (2) Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
สัญลักษณ์ มาตรฐาน (3) Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
Pin Number Pin Name สัญลักษณ์ มาตรฐาน (4) Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
สัญลักษณ์ มาตรฐาน (5) Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
Reference Designations (1) DesignatorComponent Type ATAttenuator BRBridge rectifier BTBattery CCapacitor CNCapacitor network DDiode DLDelay line DSDisplay FFuse FB or FEBFerrite bead FDFiducial JJack connector (female) Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
DesignatorComponent Type JPLink (Jumper) KRelay LInductor LSLoudspeaker or buzzer MMotor MKMicrophone MPMechanical part (including screws and fasteners) PPlug connector (male) PSPower supply QTransistor (all types) RResistor RNResistor network Reference Designations (2) Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
DesignatorComponent Type RTThermistor RVVaristor SSwitch (all types, including push-buttons) TTransformer TCThermocouple TUNTuner TPTest point UIntegrated circuit VVacuum Tube VRVariable Resistor (potentiometer or rheostat) XTransducer not matching any other category YCrystal or oscillator Reference Designations (3) Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
Component Numbering (1) Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
0 C4 47pF R1 2K VEE R3 2K VCC 0 C1 22nF R4 200K C2 47pF C3 22nF VEE U1B LF353/NS V+ V- OUT VCC 0 U1A LF353/NS V+ V- OUT R2 200K V1 1Vac 0Vdc Component Numbering (2) Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
Signal & Power flow (1) Bubble Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
Port Signal & Power flow (2) Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
Symbol Arrangement (1) Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
Symbol Arrangement (2) Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
Symbol Spacing (1) AB Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
AB Symbol Spacing (2) Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
Software Example (1) Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
Software Example (2) Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
Schematic Sheet & Index 3C Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
Electronic Drafting Template มีไว้สำหรับใช้ สอบ Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
Assignment Standard Symbols & Pin Reference Designations Component Numbering Signal and Power Flow Symbol Arrangement Symbol Spacing Copyright © S.Witthayapradit 2010
Electronics Project Management And Design EEET0462 ::::: Standard Schematic ::::: The Design & Drafting of Printed Circuits Darryl Lindsey, “The Design & Drafting of Printed Circuits”, Bishop Graphics Inc., Reference :- The END Q&A
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