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  1. INTRODUCTION
    4 Topics
  2. CONDUCTOR AND CONDUCTIVE PATHS
    3 Topics
  3. ZERO PCB
  4. OVERVIEW OF ELECTRONICS
    4 Topics
  5. ACTIVITY 1
    1 Quiz
  6. CLASSIFICATION OF PCB
    2 Topics
  7. COMPOSITION OF PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
    3 Topics
  8. BRIEF ABOUT COPPER
  9. COLOR OF THE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
  10. ACTIVITY 2
    1 Quiz
  11. PCB DESIGNING
    2 Topics
  12. PCB DESIGNING SOFTWARE
    3 Topics
  13. ACTIVITY 3
    1 Quiz
  14. EAGLE OVERVIEW
    2 Topics
  15. PCB TERMINOLOGIES
    13 Topics
  16. ACTIVITY 4
    1 Quiz
  17. SCHEMATIC STUDY
    4 Topics
  18. ACTIVITY 5
    1 Quiz
  19. SCHEMATIC DESIGN
    13 Topics
  20. ASSIGNMENT 1
    2 Topics
  21. ACTIVITY 6
    1 Quiz
  22. LAYOUT DESIGN
    8 Topics
  23. Activity 7
    1 Quiz
  24. ROUTING
    5 Topics
  25. ASSIGNMENT 2
    1 Topic
  26. ROUTING RULES
    6 Topics
  27. ERC
    8 Topics
  28. DRC
    3 Topics
  29. ACTIVITY 8
    1 Quiz
  30. GROUND PLANE
  31. GERBER GENERATION
    4 Topics
  32. BILL OF MATERIAL
    1 Topic
  33. ACTIVITY 9
    1 Quiz
  34. PCB MANUFACTURING
  35. MISCELLANEOUS ACTIVITY
    1 Quiz
  36. MISCLLANEOUS ASSIGNMENT
    1 Topic
Lesson 37, Topic 1
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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SCHEMATIC AND WIRING DIAGRAM

03/02/2023

What is the difference between schematic and wiring diagrams?

In a schematic diagram, lines are used to represent wires, and symbols are used to represent components.

Example of schematic diagram

 

The schematic diagram does not show the practical connection between the components or their position. It contains only symbols and lines.

A wiring diagram is a generalized pictorial representation of an electrical circuit. The components are represented using simplified shapes in wiring diagrams. Wiring diagrams generally give detailed information about the relative location and arrangement of devices.

Example of wiring diagram