Graphic Symbols for Electrical and Electronics Diagrams

Graphic Symbols for Electrical and Electronics Diagrams

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ANSI Y32.2-1975 CSA Z99·1975 IEEE Std 315-1975 Revision of ANSI Y32.2-1972 CSA Z99-1972 IEEE Std 315-1971

American National Standard Canadian Standard IEEE Standard

Graphic Symbols for Electrical and Electronics Diagrams (Including Reference Designation Letters)

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IEEE Standards Coordinating Committee 11, Graphic Symbols Secretariat for American National Standards Committee Y32

American Society of Mechanical Engineers Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Approved October 31,1975

American National Standards Institute Approved October 9, 1975

Canadian Standards Association Approved September 4, 1975

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Adopted for Mandatory Use October 31,1975

Department of Defense, United States of America

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Approved September 4, 1975

IEEE Standards Board Warren H. Cook, Vice Chairman

Joseph L. Koepfinger, Chairman Sava I. Sherr, Secretary Jean Jacques Archambault Robert D. Briskman Dale R. Cochran Louis Costrell Frank Davidoff Jay Forster Irvin N. Howell. Jr

Stuart P. Jackson Irving Kolodny William R. Kruesi Benjamin J. Leon Anthony C. Lordi Donald T. Michael Voss A. Moore William S. Morgan

William J. Neiswender Gustave Shapiro Ralph M. Showers Robert A. Soderman Leonard Thomas Charles L. Wagner William T. Wintringham

The individual symbols contained in this standard may be copied, reproduced, or employed in any fashion without permission of the IEEE. Any statement that the symbols used are in conformance with this standard shall be on the user's own responsibility.

© Copyright 1975 by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form, in an electronic retrieval system or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publisher. September 1988 Printing

Foreword (This foreword is not a part of American National Standard Graphic Symbols for Electrical and Electronics Diagrams, Y32.2-1975 [IEEE Std 315-1975])

This American National Standard is a revision and expansion of American National Standard Graphic Symbols for Electrical and Electronics Diagrams, Y32.2-1970 (IEEE Std 315-1971). A variety of specialized symbols originally used for aircraft applications have been added to make this standard more comprehensive. To improve coordination with IEC pUblication 117, IEC approved versions of capacitor, transformer, delay, associated conductors and specialized ground symbols have been added as alternates to those long used and standardized in the United States. A num ber of small changes have made the existing material more closely parallel to IEC Publication 117. Symbols have been added to cover additional devices in the photo sensitive semiconductor and specialized semiconductor fields, as well as for an electronic flash lamp. Known errors have been corrected and some items have been clarified. The reference designation class letters were revised to include the added new device symbols and to clarify the DS and LS categories. "D" is now listed as an alternate to the common "CR" for the common semiconductor diode family of devices. All of the symbols are designed so that their connection points fall on a modular grid. This should help those who use a grid basis for the preparation of diagrams. By proper enlargement of the symbols the usual coordinate-grid sizes can be matched. Most symbols appearing in this standard were reproduced from original drawings prepared for the Mergenthaler Diagrammer. A substantial effort has been made to have this American National Standard compatible with approved International Electronical Commission (lEC) Recommendations (lEC Publication 117, in various parts). Electrical diagrams are a factor in international trade; the use of one common symbol language ensures a clear presentation and economical diagram preparation for a variety of users. Members of the preparing committee have been active in transmitting USA viewpoints to the cognizant IEC Technical Committee. Alternative symbols are shown only in those cases where agreement on a common symbol could not be attained at this time. It is hoped that the number of alternative symbols will be reduced in future editions. The symbols in this standard represent the best consensus that can be attained at this time. Standardization, however, must be dynamic, not static, and any solution of a problem should be tested through use and revised if necessary. It is anticipated that the contents of this standard will be modified as future needs dictate; such modifications will be made available through the issuance of approved supplements. Suggestions for improvement are welcomed. They should be addressed to: Secretary, IEEE Standards Board Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. 345 East 47 Street New York, N.Y. 10017 This standard has been prepared by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Standards Coordinating Committee for Letter and Graphic Symbols (SCC 11), acting for the Y32.2 Task Group on Graphic Symbols for Electrical and Electronics Diagrams of the American National Standards Committee Y 32, Graphic Symbols and Designations. There has been close cooperation between the industry and DOD representatives to provide one standard that can be universally used, rather than separate documents with their tendency to differ in various respects. While credit for this accomplishment is due all participants and the organizations they represent, particular mention is given to the U.S. Department of Defense, without whose strong support in reaching the objective-standard symbols acceptable to both industry and the military departments-the effort would not have succeeded. This standard is complemented by a number of related standards listed in Section 23.

The American National Standards Committee on Graphic Symbols and Designations, Y32, had the following personnel at the time it approved this standard: Charles A. Fricke, Chairman Conrad R. Muller, Vice Chairman, Electrical and Electronics James L. Fisher, Jr., Vice Chairman, Pictographic Symbols James R. Couper, Vice Chairman, Chemical and Process George Platt, Vice Chairman, Mechanical Alvin Lai, Secretary

Organization Represented Acoustical Society of America American American American American American American American American American

Chemical Society ............................................ Gear Manufacturers Association ................................ Institute of Chemical Engineers ................................. Institute for Design and Drafting ................................ Institute of Industrial Engineers ................................ Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers ............ Society of Agricultural Engineers ............................... Society of Civil Engineers ..................................... Society for Engineering Education ..............................

. . . . . . . . .

American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers ...... . American Society of Mechanical Engineers ................................ .

American Society of Sanitary Engineering ................................ . American Welding Society ............................................. . Association of American Railroads ...................................... . Association for Computing Machinery ................................... . Canadian Standards Association ........................................ . lI1uminating Engineering Society ........................................ . Individual Member .................................................. . Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers ............................ . Instrument Society of America ......................................... . Mechanical Contractors Association of America ............................ National Association of Plumbing, Heating, Cooling Contractors ............... National Electrical Contractors Association ............................... National Electrical Manufacturers Association .............................

. . . .

National Fluid Power Association ....................................... Society of Automotive Engineers ....................................... Technical Drawing Associates .......................................... Telephone Group ...................................................

. . . .

US Department of the Army, Ordnance .................................. US Department of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards .................. US Department of Commerce, Patent Office ............................... US Department of the Interior ......................................... US Department of the Navy ........................................... Western Union Telegraph Company .....................................

. . . . . .

Name of Representatiue Laurence Batchelder Harry F. Olson Robert F. Schuerer Gerald L. Scott James R. Couper Francis Saint Irving Goldstein Vacant James A. Basselman Vacant I. L. Hill R. T. Northrup N. LaCourte C. W. MacPhee (AIt) R. W. Cockrell A. R. Machell, Jr. O. J. Maha H. E. Walchli James C. Church A. P. Arndt Frank Speight (AIt) M. F. McCorcle P. H. Foley Patrick G. Skelly Arthur C. Gannet (AIt) A. Hendry L. E. Barbrow John E. Kaufman (AIt) Charles A. Fricke G. A. Knapp Sidney V. Soanes Steven A. Wassermann George Platt Louis Costea (AIt) J. R. Mance R. E. White William H. Paules Walter F. Huette F. V. Kupchak R. F. Franciose (AIt) Roland Russo (AIt) Mrs. R. L. Mancini (AIt) James L. Fisher, Jr. H. L. Dubocq W. D. Zbinder H. A. Spielman R. E. Thiemer (Alt) C. A. Nazian Gustave Shapiro D. M. Mills Ray Freeman Vacant Vacant

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The Task Group on Graphic Symbols, Y32.2, which revised and processed this standard, had the following personnel: C. A. Fricke *, Chairman S. A. Wassermann, Secretary S. J. Balke L. Batchelder L. E. Barbrow V. W. Bennett H. L. Cook D. Drusdow S. K. Ghandi

W. Grasson C. J. Hart A. Hendry, Canadian Liaison G. A. Knapp R. Legg* L. A. Meadowst C. R. Muller*

C. A. Nazian R. V. Rice E. F. V. Robinson:!:, Canadian Liaison J. W. Siefert R. M. Stern* J. Zeno

The IEEE Standards Coordinating Committee on Letter and Graphic Symbols, see 11, had the following membership: C. A. Fricke, Chairman C. R. Muller, Secretary R. B. Augus, Jr, F. K. Becker J. C. Brown J. M. Carroll H. L. Cook E. T. B. Gross

G. A. Knapp L. A. Meadows+ R. V. Rice G. Shapiro J. W. Siefert

S. V. Soanes R. M. Stern L. H. Warren S. A. Wassermann J. C. White

The IEEE Subcommittee on Graphic Symbols, sec 11.1, and the lEe Experts Subcommittee, see 11.6, had the following membership: C. A. Fricke, Chairman SCC 11.1 C. A. Fricke, Chairman pro tern, SCC 11.6 V. W. Bennett I. M. Berger (SeC 11.1) T. L. Bisbee V. Condello H. L. Cook D. Drusdow A. C. Gannett G. A. Knapp E. J. Lombardi (SeC 11.6)

R. Legg J. Lusti (sec 11.6) L. A. Meadows~: C. R. Muller G. Panula (SeC 11.6) R. V. Rice (SeC 11.1) A. I. Rubin (SeC 11.1) F. A. Saint G. Shapiro

* Member of Y32.2 Editorial Committee. :j: Retired.

J. W. Siefert (SeC 11.1) H. Seaman P. G. Skelly (SeC 11.6) S. V. Soanes (sec 11.1) R. M. Stern S. A. Wassermann R. Rondinelli (AIt) W. W. Varnedoe (SeC 11.6) J. Zeno (sec 11.1)

Contents SECTION

PAGE

SECTION

Quick Reference to Symbols .............. 11 Introduction ............................ 19 Section 1 Qualifying Symbols 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1. 9 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13

Adjustability Variability ........................ Special-Property Indicators ........... Radiation Indicators (electromagnetic and particulate) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Physical-State Recognition Symbols. . . .. Test-Point Recognition Symbol ........ Polarity Markings ................... Direction of Flow of Power, Signal, or Information ................... Kind of Current ................... , Connection Symbols ................ Envelope Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Shield Shielding ......................... Special Connector or Cable Indicator . . .. Electret ..........................

Section 4 Graphic Symbols for Contacts, Switches, Contactors, and Relays 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5

23 23 23 23 24 24

4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9

24 25 25

4.10 4.11

25 4.12 26 26 26

4.13 4.14

Section 2 Graphic Symbols for Fundamental Items (not included in other sections) 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17

4.15 4.16 4.17 4.18 4.19 4.20 4.21 4.22

Resistor.......................... 27 Capacitor ......................... 28 Antenna.......................... 29 Attenuator........................ 30 Battery ............................ 30 Delay Function Delay Line Slow-Wave Structure ................ 30 Oscillator Generalized Alternating-Current Source .. 31 Permanent Magnet .................. 31 Pickup Head ............................. 31 Piezoelectric Crystal Unit ............ , 31 Transducer Accelerometer Motional Pickup Transducer ........... 31 Squib, Electric " ................... 31 Thermocouple ..................... 31 Thermal Element Thermomechanical Transducer ......... 31 Spark Gap Igniter Gap ........................ 31 Continuous Loop Fire Detector ........ 31 Igniter Plug ..... ~ ................... 31

4.23 4.24 4.25 4.26 4.27 4.28 4.29 4.30 4.31 4.32 4.33

Switching Function ................. Electrical Contact. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Basic Contact Assemblies ............. Magnetic Blowout Coil . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Operating Coil Relay Coil ........................ Switch ........................... Pushbutton, Momentary or Spring-Return Two-Circuit, Maintained or Not SpringReturn ... "....................... Nonlocking Switch, Momentary or Spring-Return .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Locking Switch .................... Combination Locking and Nonlocking Switch .......................... Key-Type Switch Lever Switch ...................... Selector or Multiposition Switch ....... Limit Switch Sensitive Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Safety Interlock . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Switches with Time-Delay Feature ...... Flow-Actuated Switch ............... Liquid-Level-Actuated Switch ......... Pressure- or Vacuum-Actuated Switch '" Temperature-Actuated Switch ......... Thermostat ........................ Flasher Self-Interrupting Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Foot-Operated Switch Foot Switch ....................... Switch Operated by Shaft Rotation and Responsive to Speed or Direction ..... Switches with Specific Features ........ Telegraph Key ..................... Governor Speed Regulator .................... Vibrator, Interrupter ................ Contactor ......................... Relay ............................ Inertia Switch ...................... Mercury Switch .................... Aneroid Capsule (air pressure) Operated Switch ..................

36 36 36 37 37 37 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 39 39 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 42 42 42 43

Section 5 Graphic Symbols for Terminals and Connectors 5.1 5.2 5.3

Section 3 Graphic Symbols for Transmission Path Transmission Path Conductor Cable Wiring ............................ 3.2 Distribution Lines Transmission Lines .................. 3.3 Alternative or Conditional Wiring. . . . . .. 3.4 Associated or Future ................ 3.5 Intentional Isolation of Direct-Current Path in Coaxial or Waveguide Applications ..................... 3.6 Waveguide ........................ 3.7 Strip-Type Transmission Line. . . . . . . . .. 3.8 Termination....................... 3.9 Circuit Return ..................... 3.10 Pressure Tight Bulkhead Cable Gland Cable Sealing End .................. ,

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3.1

5.4 5.5 5.6

32 33 34 34

5.7

Terminals......................... Cable Termination .................. Connector Disconnecting Device Jack Plug ............................. Connectors of the Type Commonly Used for Power-Supply Purposes .......... Test Block ........................ Coaxial Connector Coaxial Junction ................... Waveguide Flanges Waveguide Junction .................

44 44

44 45 45 45 45

Section 6 Graphic Symbols for Transformers, Inductors, and Windings

34 34 34 34 34

6.1 6.2

35

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Core ............................. 47 Inductor Winding Reactor Radio-Frequency Coil Telephone Retardation Coil ........... 47

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6.3 6.4 6.5

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SECTION

Transductor Saturable-Core Inductor Saturable-Core Reactor. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 47 Transformer Telephone Induction Coil Telephone Repeating Coil ............ 48 Linear Coupler ..................... 50

Section 12 Graphic Symbols for Readout Devices 12.1 12.2

7.5 7.6 7.7

Electron Tube ..................... General Notes ...................... Typical Applications ................ Solion Ion-Diffusion Device ................ Coulomb Accumulator Electrochemical Step-Function Device ... Conductivity Cell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Nuclear-Radiation Detector Ionization Chamber Proportional Counter Tube Geiger-Muller County Tube ...........

13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5

51 51 52 53

13.6

53 53

13.7 13.8

53

14.1

8.1

14.2 14.3

54 54 55 55

14.4

9.4 9.5

Fuse ............................. Current Limiter .................... Lightning Arrester Arrester ( electric surge) Gap ............................. Circuit Breaker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Protective Relay ....................

57 58 58

15.1 15.2 15.3 15.4

58 59 59

15.5 15.6 15.7 15.8 15.9

60 60

15.10 15.11 15.12

60 60 61

15.13 15.14 15.15 15.16 15.17 15.18 15.19

Section 10 Graphic Symbols for Acoustic Devices 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4

Audible-Signaling Device ............. Microphone Telephone Transmitter. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Handset Operator's Set ..................... Telephone Receiver Earphone Hearing-Aid Receiver ................

62 62

66 67 67 68

Mechanical Connection Mechanical Interlock ................ Mechanical Motion .................. Clutch Brake ............................ Manual Control ....................

69 69 69 69

Discontinuity ..................... Coupling .......................... Directional Coupler ................. Hybrid Directionally Selective Transmission Devices ......................... Mode Transducer ................... Mode Suppressor ................... Rotary Joint ....................... Nonreciprocal Devices ............... Resonator Tuned Cavity ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Resonator (Cavity-Type) Tube ......... Magnetron ........................ Velocity-Modulation (VelocityVariation) Tube ................... Transmit-Receive (TR) Tube .......... Traveling-Wave-Tube ................ Balun ............................ Filter ............................ Phase Shifter ...................... Ferrite Bead Ring ................... Line Stretcher .....................

70 70 71 71 71 71 71 71 72 72 72 72 72 72 73 73 73 73 73

Section 16 Graphic Symbols for Composite Assemblies

62

16.1

62

Section 11 Graphic Symbols for Lamps and Visual-Signaling Devices 1 1.1 11.2

65 65 65 65

Section 15 Graphic Symbols Commonly Used in Connection with VHF, UHF, SHF Circuits

55

Section 9 Graphic Symbols for Circuit Protectors 9.1 9.2 9.3

Rotating Machine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Field, Generator or Motor ............ Winding Connection Symbols. . . . . . . . .. Applications: Direct-Current Machines ... Applications: AI terna ti ng-Curren t Machines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Applications: Alternating-Current Machines with Direct·Current Field Excitation ..... ~ .................. Applications: Alternating- and DirectCurrent Composite ................ Synchro ..........................

Section 14 Graphic Symbols for Mechanical Functions

Section 8 Graphic Symbols for Semiconductor Devices Semiconductor Device Transistor Diode ............................ 8.2 Element Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 8.3 Special-Property Indicators ........... 8.4 Rules for Drawing Style 1 Symbols ..... 8.5 Typical Applications, Two-Terminal Devices ......................... 8.6 Typical Applications, Three- (or more) Terminal Devices .................. 8.7 Photosensitive Cell .................. 8.8 Semiconductor Thermocouple ......... 8.9 Hall Element Hall Generator ..................... 8.10 Photon-Coupled Isolator ............. 8.11 Solid-State Thyratron. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..

Meter Instrument . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 64 Electromagnetically Operated Counter Message Register. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 64

Section 13 Graphic Symbols for Rotating Machinery

Section 7 Graphic Symbols for Electron Tubes and Related Devices 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4

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16.2 16.3 16.4 16.5

La m p . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 63 Visual-Signaling Device ............... 63

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Circuit Assembly Circuit Subassembly Circuit Element .................... Amplifier ......................... Recti fier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Repeater. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Network Artificial Line (other than delay line) ....

74 74 74 75 75

SECTION

PAGE

Phase Shifter Phase Changing Network ............. 16.7 Chopper .......................... 16.8 Diode-Type Ring Demodulator Diode-Type Ring Modulator. . . . . . . . . .. 16.9 Gyro Gyroscope Gyrocompass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 16.10 Position Indicator ................... 16.11 Position Transmitter ................. 16.12 Fire Extinguisher Actuator Heads

SECTION

16.6

21.3 21.4 21.5

75 75 75

Operational Amplifier ............... Summing Amplifier ................. Integrator (Amplifier) ............... Electronic Multiplier ................ Electronic Divider .................. Electronic Function Generator. . . . . . . .. Generalized Integrator ............... Positional Servomechanism ........... Function Potentiometer ..............

22.1 22.2

75 75 75 75

22.3 22.4 22.5 22.6

76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76

Digital Logic Functions .............. 76

Appendix C Revised or Deleted Symbols (ANSI Y32.2-1970) ................... 86 Appendix D Revised or Deleted Symbols (USAS Y32.2-1967) .................. 87

78 78 78 78 79 79

Appendix E Revised or Deleted Symbols (USAS Y32.2-1962 & Supplement USAS Y32.2a-1964 or MIL-STD-151A) ................................. 92

Section 21 Graphic Symbols Commonly Used on System Diagrams, Maps, and Charts (Generating Stations and Substations) 21.1 21.2

81 83 83

Appendix B Reference Data-IEC Publication 117 Recommended Graphical Symbols ............................. 85

Introduction ....................... 77 Data-Flow Code Signals .............. 77 Functional Circuits. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 77

Radio Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Space Station ...................... Exchange Equipment ................ Telegraph Repeater ................. Telegraph Equipment ................ Telephone Set .....................

81 81

Appendix A Cross Reference List of Changed Item Numbers ............... , 85

Section 20 Graphic Symbols Commonly Used on System Diagrams, Maps, and Charts (Communications Equipment) 20.1 20.2 20.3 20.4 20.5 20.6

81

Section 100 Canadian Standard Z99 Modifications to American National Standard Y32.2-1975 ................. 84

Section 19 Graphic Symbols for SpecialPurpose Maintenance Diagrams 19.0 19.1 19.2

Class Designation Letter ............. , Special Considerations for Class Designation Letter Assignment ...... , Item Names ....................... Class Designation Letters (alphabetical list) ............................ Item Names (alphabetical list) ......... Item Designations, IEC 113-2 ......... ,

Section 23 Referenced Standards ....... ' 84

Section 18 Graphic Symbols for Digital Logic Functions 18.1

Thermoelectric Generating Station. . . . .. 80 Prime Mover ....................... 80 Substation........................ 80

Section 22 Class Designation Letter

Section 17 Graphic Symbols for Analog Functions 17.1 17.2 17.3 17.4 17.5 17.6 17.7 17.8 17.9

PAGE

Appendix F Cross-Reference List of Class Designation Letters. IEC 113-2 vs. ANSI Y32.2 ............................... 94

Generating Station .................. 80 Hydroelectric Generating Station ....... 80

Index ..................... follows page 97

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Contents Arranged by Subject SUBJECT Acoustic devices Analog computers Antennas Assemblies, composite Attenuators Basic items Batteries Block symbols for charts Block symbols for maps Capacitors Circuit breakers Circuit protectors Circuit returns Class designation letters Coils Composite assemblies Computers, analof Computers, digita Connectors Contacts Contactors Data How code signals Delay lines Digital computer logic biodes Distribution lines Electron tubes Functional s~bols Fundamenta items Fuses Generating stations Generators Grounds High-frequency devices Indicators, special-property Inductors Instruments Jacks Lamps Logic diagrams

SECTION

SUBJECT

10 17

Mechanical functions Meters Microwave devices Motors Path, transmission Permanent magnets Pickups Piezoelectric crystals Plugs Primary detectors Protectors, circuit Qualifiers Readout devices Reference designations Reference standards Relays Resistors Rotating machinery Semiconductor devices SHF circuit devices Signaling devices, audible Signaling devices, visual Spark gaps Special-property indicators Squibs, electric Switches Synchros System diagrams Terminals Thermal elements Thermocou pIes Transformers Transistors Transmission path Tubes, electron UHF circuit devices Visual-signaling devices VHF circuit devices Waveguides Windings

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20 20 2 9 9 3 22 4,6 16 17 18 5 4

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19.2 Functional Circuits

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20.5 Telegraph equipment

16.11 Position Transmitter

18. Digital Logic Functions 16.12 Fire Extinguisher Actuator Head

20.6 Telephone set

18.1 Digital Logic Functions (See cross references)

19. Special Purpose Maintenance Diagrams 19.1 Data Row code signals

17. Analog Functions

21. System Diagrams, Maps and Charts

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17

INTRODUCTION

Introduction

AI. to A3.4

AI. Scope

INTRODUCTION AI. to A3.4

A2.3 IEC Identification. Symbols and buildups using symbols that have been recommended by the International Electrotechnical Commission are indicated by lEt' •

ALl Purpose. This standard provides a list of graphic symbols and class designation letters for use on electrical and electronics diagrams.

A2.4 Alternative Symbols. When alternative symbols are shown, the relative position of the symbols does not imply a preference; however, alt('rnative symbols identified as lEe are recommended.

AL2 Definition and Use. Graphic symbols for electrical engineering are a shorthand used to show graphically the functioning or interconnections of a circuit. A graphiC symbol represents the function of a part in the circuit. 1 Graphic symbols are used on single-line (one-line) diagrams, on schematic or el('m('ntary diagrams, or, as applicable, on connection or wiring diagrams. Graphic symbols are correlated with parts lists, descriptions, or instructions by means of designa tions.

A3. Application A3.1 Generation of Symbols Not Shown (Buildups). An application is an example of a combination of symbols in the list. No attempt has been made to list all possible applications ( buildups); typical applications usually have been shown using only onc of the possible alternatives. Additional applications may be devised using basic symbols in the list to complete the huildup, provided they are a reasonable and intdligible use of the symbols. If a specific symhoI appears in this standard for an item, however, it shall be used in lieu of buildup symbols of the individual elements unless a clarification of the internal operation of the item is necessary.

The class designation letter portion of a reference designation is for the purpose of identifying an item by category or class, using a class letter as defined in Section 22 of this standard. The assignment of the reference designation should be in accordance with American National Standard Reference Designations for Electrical and Electronics Parts and Equipment, Y32.16-1975 (IEEE Std 200-1975).

A3.2 Qualifying Symbols (Section 1). Qualifying symbols may be added to symbols if the special characteristic is important to the function of the device and aids in the understanding of the over-all function performed. When the special characteristic represented by the qualifying symhol is not important to the over-all function performed, the qualifying symbol may be omitted from the buildup symbols which appear in this standard, provid('d the absence of the qualifying symbol will not change the identity of the item. For example, see symbol 2.1.12.1.1.

A2. Arrangement A2.I Indexing, Grouping, and Standard Item Names. All terms appear in the Index. In the index, "Item" refers to a numbered paragraph in the list of symbols. Items arc arranged sectionally in family groups by ge.neral type. Terms in preferred usage and current alternatives arc listed. EJ indicates item names from the Federal Item Identification Guide, Cataloging Handbook H6-1 (published by the Defense Supply Agency, Defense Logistics Services Center, Battle Cr('ek, Michigan).

A3.3 Application Data Reference. For application of these symbols on electrical diagrams, see American National Standard Drafting Practices; Electrical and Electronics Diagrams, Y14.15-1966 (R1973).

A2.2 Significance of Columnar Placement of Symbols. In the list, graphic symbols appear under their respective family names. Symbols for single-line (one-line) diagrams appear at the left in each column; symbols for compleh.' dia. grams appear at the right. Symhols suitable for all types of diagrams appear in the center.

A3.4 Graphic Symbols and Class Designation Letters Used in Existing Technical Documents. Unless otherwise specified, when revising an existing document use the most recently approved graphic symbols and reference designation class letters for any new symbols to be added to that document. Superseded symbols and reference designations already appearing in the document and in accordance with fonner additions of this standard may remain.

Symbols appearing only at the right may be used on one-line diagrams provided connections are restricted to main signal paths. Symbols appearing at the left may be used for oth('r diagrams provided all connections are shown and adequate notations are included, if ne('d('d. I For ('xampl(', when a lamp is employed as a nonlinear resistor, tht' nonlinear resistor symbol is us('d. For reference designation information, see S('ction 22 of this standard.

19

INTRODUCTION A3.5 to A4.10

INTRODUCTION A3.5 to A4.10

particular drawing, depending on reduction or enlargement anticipated. If essential for purposes of contrast, some symbols may be drawn relatively smaller than the other symbols on a diagram. It is recommended that only two sizes be used on anyone diagram.

A3.5 Similar or Identical Graphic Symbols, Letter Combinations, and Notations. Graphic symbols in this document may be similar or identical to symbols with different meanings used (1) in diverse fields within this standard or (2) in standards adopted by other technologies. Only one meaning shall apply to a specific symbol used on a diagram. If symbols having multiple meanings must be used on a diagram the possibility of conflicts and misinterpretations can be minimized by the liberal use of caution notes, asterisks, and flagging techniques; a tabulation listing the intended meanings should be provided. This requirement is especially critical if the graphic symbols used are from different disciplines and therefore represent devices, conductors, or lines of flow that if misinterpreted may result in damage to the equipment or be hazardous to the life of servicing or operating personnel.

A4.5 Relative Symbol Size. 2 The symb01s shown in this edition of the standard are in their correct relative size. This relationship shall be maintained as nearly as possible on any particular drawing, regardless of the sizc of the symbol used. A4.6 Arrowheads. The arrowhead of a symbol may be closed -+ or open ---+ unless otherwise notcd in this standard. A4.7 Terminal Symbols. The standard symbol for a TERMINAL (0) may be added to ('aeh point of attachment of connecting lines to any one of the graphic symb01s. Such added termina1 symbols should not be considered as part of the individual graphic symbol, unless the terminal symbol is included in the symbol shown in this standard.

A4. Drafting Practices Applicable to Graphic Symbols

A4.S Correlation of Symbol Parts. For simplification of a diagram, parts of a symbol for a device, such as a relay or contactor, may be separated. If this is done, provide suitable designations to show proper correlation of the parts.

A4.1 Definitions A4.1.1 Single-Line (One-Line) Diagram. A diagram which shows, by means of single lines and graphic symbols, the course of an electric circuit or system of circuits and the component devices or parts used therein.

A4.9 Angle of Connecting Lines. In general, the angle at which a connecting line is brought to a graphic symbol has no particular significance unress otherwise noted or shown in this standard.

A4.1.2 Schematic or Elementary Diagram. A diagram which shows, by means of graphic symbols, the electrical connections and functions of a specific circuit arrangement. The schematic diagram facilitates tracing the circuit and its functions without regard to the actual physical size, shape, or location of the component device or parts.

A4.10 Future or Associated Paths and Equipment. Associated or future paths and equipment shall be shown by lines composed of short dashes:---. For example:

A4.1.3 Symbol. A symbol shall be considered as the aggregate of all its parts. A4.2 Orientation. Except where noted, the orientation of a symbol on a draWing, including a mirror-image presentation, does not alter the meaning of the symbol. Letters and numbers that constitute a part of a symbol shall not be presented in mirror-image form.

2 The symbols shown in this edition of the standard are larger in size thnn those shown in the 1967 edition. All of the symbols han Men prt'pnred so thnt the conne('tion points ilre 10loated at inteorseodions of a modular (in('rt>mental) grid.

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A4.3 Line Width. The width of a line does not affect the meaning of the symbol. In specific cases, a wider (heavier) line may be used for emphasis.

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20

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I

INTRODUCTION A4.11 to A4.12

INTRODUCTION A4.11 to A4.12

A4.11 Envelope or Enclosure. A4.11.1 The envelope or enclosure symbol shall be used: (a) If the enclosure has an essential operating function, as in an electron tube, solion, switch in an evacuated envelope, etc. (b) If the device envelope is electrically connected to one of the device elements and this is an essential (not merely incidental) functional property of the device.

((') To associate the parts of symbols having adjacent characteristic qualifiers (for example: to, T, II', X).

A4.11.3 The envelope or enclosure symbol may be omitted from a symbol referencing this paragraph, where confusion would not result (but this should be consistently applied to all symbols of the same class in anyone diagram).

A4.11.2 The envelope or enclosure symbol should be used: (a) To emphasize that certain symbols having nonconnected lines are a single assembly (for example, see symboI8.6.10.S). (b) If it is desired to distinguish a class of devices, such as transistors or semiconductor control1ed rectifiers, from other devices (but this should be consistent for an devices of the same class on anyone diagram).

A4.12 Addition of Supplementary Data. Details of type, impedance, rating, etc, may be added adjacent to any symbol, when required. If used, abbreviations should be from American National Standard Abbreviations for Use on Drawings and in text, Y1.1-1972. For military applications, see Section 23. Letter combinations used as parts of graphic symbols are not abbreviations or designations.

21

INFOR~'IATION

INFORMATION REQUEST

REQUEST

Recommendations for corrections and additions to or deletions from this standard should be sent to the Secretary, IEEE Standards Board, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 345 East 47 Street, New York, N.Y. 10017, and should include the following:

( 1) Requestor (name, address, affiliation) ( 2) Reason for (and urgency of) request (3) Item name-list all known names for the item, including tradenames (include Federal Item Identification Guide, Handbook H6-1, listing if applicable) ( 4) Item definition (list source documents) (5) Symbols currently in use or known to be used (single-line/schematic/ both) ( 6) Proposed symbol (7) Reference designation class designation letter (8) Areas of application (military/industry/commercial) (9) Fields of application (computer/power/radio, etc) ( 10) Circuit application (amplifier/rectifier/ flip-Bop, etc) ( 11) Hardware characteristics (microcircuit/ conventional, etc) ( 12) Present and anticipated frequency of use (per circuit/ per equipment/ in general) ( 13) Copy of drawing showing use of symbol

22

SECTION 1 1.1 to 1.4.3

SECTION 1 1.1 to 1.4.3

Qualifying Symbols

1.1 Adjustability Variability These recognition symbols shall be drawn at about 45 degrees across the body of the symbol to which they are applied. For typical applications, see symbols 2.1.5, 2.2.4, 2.4.4, and 16.2.5. Use only if essential to indicate special property.

1.1.1 Adjustability (extrinsic adjustability )

1.2 Special.Property Indicators A special function or rroperty essential to circuit operation shal be indicated by a supplementary symbol placed within the envelope or adjacent to the symbol. NOTE 1.2A: Basic symbols (such as resistor, capacitor, inductor, piezoelectric crystal, etc) may be used as qualifying symbols to other symbols for purposes of indicating special properties of the device.

1.2.1 Temperature dependence

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1.2.3 Storage (Greek letter tau)

T

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(shown applied

to

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1.2.4 Saturable properties (general) May be drawn between or across two or more windings (see symbol 6.3.1) that are magnetically coupled by a saturable core.

1.1.1.4 Nonlinear (shown applied to 1.1.1.1 ) lEe

to

(intrinsic

Alpha particle Beta particle Gamma ray Deutron Proton Neutron Pion K-meson Muon X-ray

1.4 Physical Symbols

1.2.5 Delay

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X

State

Recognition

NOTE 1.4A: The rectangle is not part of the symbol.

1.1.2.1 Linear

1.4.1 Gas (air); pneumatic /

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NOTE 1.3.2A: If it is necessary to show the specific type of ionizing radiation, the symbol may be augmented by the addition of symbols or letters such as the follow-

1.2.2 Magnetic-field dependence

1.1.1.1 General

lEe

1.3.2 Radiation, ionizing

J

Avoid conflict with symbol 1.5.1 or 1.6.3 if used on the same diagram

1.3 Radiation Indicators (electromagnetic and particulate) Use only if essential to indicate special property.

1.1.3 Special features (shown applied to the general adjustability symbol)

1.1.3.1 Continuous

1.1.3.2 In steps

See Note 1.4A NOTE l.3A: Arrows pointing toward a symbol denote that the device symbolized will respond to incident radiation of the indicated type. NOTE 1.3B: Arrows pointing away from a symbol denote the emission of the indicated type of radiation by the device symbolized.

1.4.2 Liquid

NOTE l.3C: Arrows located within a symbol denote a self-contained radiation source.

1.1.4 Special features (shown applied

See Note 1.4A

to the general preset symbol)

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See Note 1.4A NOTES; 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line, aile-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

23

SECTION 1 1.4.4 to 1.7.5

Qualifying Symbols

SECTION 1 1.4.4 to 1.7.5 1.4.4 Showing two or more states Use only if essential to indicate special condition. NOTE 1.4.4A: A combination of physical state recognition symbols indicates a material in more than one state. The relative sizes and locations of the recognition symbols indicate the normal or predominant state of the device. NOTE 1.4.4B: Do not rotate or show in mirror-image form.

1.4.4.1 Application: Gaseous liquid

1.5.4 Application: test-point recognition for a circuit tenninal

T o 1.6 Polarity Markings

1.7 Direction of Flow of Power, Signal, or Information Avoid conBict with symbols 9.5, 9.5.2, and 9.5.4 if used on the same diagram 1.7.1 One-way

1.6.1 Positive NOTE 1.7.1A: The lower symbol is used if it is necessary to conserve space. The arrowhead in the lower symbol shall be filled.

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See Notes 1.4.4A and B 1.4.4.2 Application: Steam (or moist gas)

See Notes 1.4.4.A and B

1.4.5 Electret material

NOTE 1.8.3A: Instantaneous polarity of voltage across windings corresponds at points indicated by polarity marks. Instantaneous direction of current into (or out of) one polarity mark corresponds to current out of (or into) the other polarity mark. If instantaneous currents enter the windings at the marked points, they will produce aiding Boxes. NOTE 1.6.3B: The polarity marks shaU be placed near one end of each coil or winding symbol. The exact location is immaterial as long as they are unambiguously placed, especially where other windings are drawn nearby. There shall be only one polarity mark per winding, even if the winding is tapped. The following is NOT permitted:

1.5 Test-Point Recognition Symbol Used if necessary to emphasize test points. NOTE 1.5A: If other types of symbols (su.:h as, stars, numbered circles, etc.) are substituted for the test-point recognition symbol, they shall be explained on the diagram or referenced document.

1.5.1 General



1.6.3 Instantaneous polarity markings These polarity marks shall be used only when it is necessary to show the relative polarity of the Windings.

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SECTION 1 1.8 to 1.10

SECTION 1 1.8 to 1.10

Qualifying Symbols

1.8 Kind of Current (General)

1.9.2 2-phase 4-wire

1.9.8 3-phase 4-wire, ungrounded

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"\#"

1.9.5 3-phase, open-delta

See Notes l.8.3A and B I.S.3.3 Superaudio, carrier, and radio frequencies lEe

~

lEe

"\#"

L 1.9.5.1 a-phase, open-delta, grounded at common point

f

OR

See Notes l.8.3A and B 1.8.4 Direct or alternating current ( universal)

1.9.5.2 3-phase, open-delta, grounded at middle pOint of one winding

1.8.5 Undulating or rectified current 1.9.6 3-phase, broken-delta 1.9 Connection Symbol For use adjacent to the symbols; e.g., see symbols 6.4.15.1 and 13.3. 1.9.1 2-phase 3-wire, ungrounded lEe

L

1.9.1.1 2-phase 3-wire, grounded

1.9.14 6-phase, double zigzag with neutral brought out and grounded

1.9.7 3-phase, wye or star, ungrounded lEe

A

1.9.7.1 3-phase, wye, grounded neutral The direction of the stroke representing the neutral can be chosen arbitrarily. lEe

-::b

1.10 Envelope Enclosure The g<"neral envelope symbol identifies the envelope or enclosure regardless of evacuation or pressure. When used with electron-tube component symbols. the general envelope symbol indicates a vacuum enclosure unless otherwise specified. A gas-filled device may be indicated by u dot within the envelope symbol. See paragraph A4.11.1 of the Introduction NOTE 1.10A: The shnpe of the envelope symbol may be modified to approximate the distim:tive shape of a devke if the shnpe will aid in rccognition of the device. or in depicting the device function, e.g., cathode-my tube. iconoscope, image orthicon, vidicon. X-ray tube. etc. For typical applications, see symbols 7.3.6.1 and 7.3.6.2.2.

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \ one-line) diagrams appear at tho left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered iD each column.

25

SECTION 1 1.10.1 to 1.13

Qualifying Symbols

1.10.1 General

0

IEC

OR

gram that the connector or cable is furnished with the equipment by the equipment manufacturer the fonowing symbol shan be used. NOTE 1.12B: It is recommended that the symbol be drawn using a 0.20 inch diameter circle.

1.13 Electret (shown with electrodes) 1.10.2 Split envelope

If necessary, envelope may be split.

NOTE 1.13A: The longer line represents the positive pole.

1.10.3 Application: gas-fiUed envelope

The gas-recognition symbol (dot) may be located as convenient. See svmbol 1.4.1 •

Cross References See 'llso St.·dion 19.

1.10.4 Application: liquid-filled envelope

The liquid-recognition symbol may be )0cated as convenient. See symbol 1.4.2 IEC

(J

1.11 Shield Shielding NormaJly used for electric or magnt.·tic shielding. NOTE 1.11.1A: If essential to show type of shielding add E for electric and M for magnetic shielding.

When used for other shielding, a note should so indicate. For typical applications see CAPACITOR (symbol 2.2.3) TRANSMISSION PATH (symbols 3.1.8.1, 3.1.8.2, and 3.1.8.3) TRANSFORMER ( symbols 6.4.2.2 and 6.4.2.3) 1.11.1 General

These are long dashes. 1.11.2 Optical

1.12 Special Connector or Cable Indicator NOTE 1.12A: If it is essential to denote on a system-type interconnection wiring diaNOTES: 1. See Introduction for general infonnation (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line ,one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

26

SECTION 1 1.10.1 to 1.13

SECI'ION 2 2.1 to 2.1.13

Graphic Symbols for Fundamental Items {not included in other sections}

2.1 Resistor For resistors with nonlinear characteristics, see also BALLAST LAMP (symbol 11.1.5)

2.1.6 Symmetrical varistor (intrinsic); voltage-sensitive resistor f] (silicon carbide, etc)

2.1.12 Thermistor; thermal resistor []; temperature-sensing element NOTE 2.1.12A: Use only if essential to indicate special characteristic.

NOTE 2.1A: The asterisk is not part of the symbol. Always add identification within or adjacent to the rectangle.

OR

IEC~

2.1.1 General IEC

SECTION 2 2.1 to 2.1.13

v

~

2.1.12.1 Genera1

• See Note 2.1A

OR OR I EC

-c::E::r • See Note 2.1A

2.1.2 Tapped resistor IEC

2.1.7 Magnetoresistor (intrinsic) (linear type shown)

2.1.12.1.1 Unear

IE('~ Y

7

IF

t'"

See Note 2.1.12A

OR

IEC

-W-

2.1.8 Heating resistor

2.1.12.1.2 Nonlinear

·See Note 2.1A

IF.(·~ Y

OR

2.1.3 Application: with adjustable contact. See also symbol 14.2.5

--c:!f·See Note 2.1A 2.1.9 Instrument or relay shunt

OR

IEC~ ·See Note 2.1A

t

J

t'"

See Note 2.1.12A

2.1.12.1.3 Positive temperature coefficient

Connect instrument or relay to terminals in the rectangle

IEC~

+to

See Note 2.1.12A 2.1.3.1 Application: with adjustable contact and OFF (disconnect) position

2.1.10 Shunt resistor

T

2.1.12.1.4 Negative temperature coefficient

OR

OR IEC

-cpl ·See- Note 2.1A

IEC~

~

_to

See Note 2.1.12A • See Note 2.1A

2.1.11 Resistive temlination

2.1.4 Application: adjustable or continuously adjustable (variable) resistor!J ; rheostat

Commonly used in coaxial and waveguide diagrams.

OR

2.1.11.1 Application: series resistor and path open

·See Note 2.1A 2.1.5 Nonlinear resistor (intrinsic)

2.1.12.2 heater

With

independent integral

2.1.12.2.1 Nonlinear

2.1.11.2 Application: series resistor and path short-circuited See Note 2.1.12,-\ 2.1.11.3 Bolometer element ( - - lines indicate direct-l'ul'rent l'onnections

and are not ~::.t{)~mbol)

OR

2.1.13 Symmetrical transducer (resistive)

photoconductive

·See Note 2.1A NOTES: 1. See Introduction Eor general infonnation (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \one-line) diagrams appear at the left. symbols Eor complete diagrams at the rigbt. and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

27

SECTION 2 2.2 to 2.2.10.1

Graphic Symbols for Fundamental Items (not included in other sections)

SECTION 2 2.2 to 2.2.10.1 2.2 Capacitor

NOTE 2.2A: Capacitors may be represented by either of two methods. For convenience in referring to the capacitor symbols in this section. they are classified as follows: Style 1 symbols are drawn with two parallel lines (lID:;, preferred). Style 2 symbols are drawn with one straight and one curved line. NOTE 2.2B: Where there is only one style shown and reference is made to the general symbol 2.2.1. this indicates that either style may be used. as modified for that particular application. NOTE 2.2C: The dist.ance between t.he plates shall be between one-fifth and onethird of the length of a plate. IE(;

,.--,

-+f~ L. __ .J

IEC

--II--

2.2.7 Phase-shi fter capacitor See General Symbols 2.2.1 and Note 2.28

1..

~r­ T

2.2.4 Adjustable or variable capacitors NOTE 2.2.4A: If it is necessary to identify trimmer capacitors, the letter T should appear adjacent to the symbol.

See General Symbols 2.2.1 and Note 2.2B

2.2.1 General Style 1

2.2.3 Shielded capacitor See General Symbols 2.2.1 and Note 2.28

2.2.8 Split-stator capacitor The capacitances of both parts increase or decrease simultaneously. See General Symbols 2.2.1 and Note 2.28

IEC

OR

2.2.4.1 With moving element indicated

Style 2

2.2.1.1 With identified electrode NOTE 2.2.1.1 A: For style 1. if it is necessary to identify the capacitor electrodes. the modified element shall represent the outside or lower pot.ential elect.rode. ~ NOTE 2.2.1.1B: For style 2. if it is necessary t.o identify the capacitor electrodes. the curved element. shall represent: (a) The outside electrode in fixed paperdielectric and ceramic-dielectric capacitors; (b) The moving element in adjustable and variable capacitors; (c) The low-potential element in feedthrough capa\.:itors. IEC

See General Symbols 2.2.1 and Note 2.28 Style 1

-i f--

IEC

OR

NOTE 2.2.4.1A: If it is desired to indicate the moving element, the common intersection of the moving element with the symbol for variability and the connecting line is marked with a dot. IEC

See General Symbols 2.2.1 and Note 2.28

2.2.9 Feed-through capacitor Commonly used for bypassing highfrequency currents to chassis. NOTE 2.2.9A: For purposes of clarity, terminals may be shown on the feedthrough element.

See General Symbols 2.2.1 and Note 2.28

IEC

Style 2

Style 1

2.2.9.1 Application: feed-through capacitor between two inductors with third lead connected to chassis 2.2.5 Application: adjustable or variable capacitors with mechanical linkage of units See General Symbols 2.2.1 and Note 2.28

See General Symbols 2.2.1 and Note 2.2B

Style 2 See Note 2.2.1.18 2.2.10 Capacitive termination 2.2.2 Polarized capacitor See General Symbols 2.2.1 and Note 2.28 Style 1

~r

IEC

2.2.6 Continuously adjustable or variable differential capacitor The capacitance of one part increases as the capacitance of the other part decreases. See General Symbols 2.2.1 and Note 2.28

OR

Style 2

Commonly used on coaxial and waveguide diagrams.

2.2.10.1 Application: series capacitor and path open See General Symbols 2.2.1 and Note 2.28

---:t1 ~

-if-

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general infonnation (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line ,one-line) diagrams appear at the left. symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each colulT.n.

28

SECTION 2

Graphic Symbols for Fundamental Items {not included in other sections}

2.2.10.2 to

2.3.6.2

2.2.10.2 Application: series capacitor and path short-circuited

See General Symbols 2.2.1 and Note 2.2B

2.2.16 Application: coupling capacitor potential device (used only to provide a power-system-frequency voltage)

SECTION 2 2.2.10.2 to 2.3.6.2

2.3.4 Antenna counterpoise fI

OR

--tH

lEe

Style 2 2.2.11 Shunt capacitor

T

T

Style 2

2.3 Antenna lJ

2.2.12 Coupling power-line carrier)

capacitor

(for

NOTE 2.2.12A: The asterisk is not part of the symbol. If specific identification is desired, the asterisk is to be replaced by one of the following letter combinations:

COM LC REL SUP

TLM

IT

2.3.5 Qualifying symbols to indicate polarization

tSee Note 2.2.15

Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier Carrier

Style 2

2.3.1 General Types or functions may be indicated by words or abbreviations adjacent to the symbol.

Qualifying symbols may be added to the antenna symbol to indicate polarization, direction of radiation, or special application.

communication load control relaying supervisory telemetering transferred trip

If required, the general shape of the main lobes of the antenna polar diagrams may be shown adjacent to the symbol. Notes may be added to show the direction and rate of lobe movement.

~

The stem of the symbol may represt'llt any type of balanced or unbalanced feeder, including a single conductor.

T

Use only if essential to indicate special property of an antenna. 2.3.5.1 Plane polarization

2.3.5.2 Application: antenna with horizontal polarization

2.3.5.3 Application: antenna with vertical polarization

2.3.5.4 Circular polarization

*See Note 2.2.12

m 2.2.13 Capacitor bushing for circuit breaker or transformer

Style 2

OR

2.3.5.5 Application: antenna with circular polarization

T

~

~

2.3.1.1 Application: turnstile antenna

2.2.14 Application: bushing potential device

capacitor-

fURNSTOLE

2.3.6 Qualifying symbols to indicate direction of radiation

Style 2 11·:<"

Use only if essential to indicate special property of an antenna.

2.3.2 Dipole

2.2.15 Application: carrier-coupling capacitor potential device (used to provide a power-system-frequency voltage and also coupling for carrier signals) NOTE 2.2.15A: The dagger is not part of the symbol. If specific indication is desired, the dagger is to be replaced by a letter combination from item 12.1, Note 12.1A.

IEC

NOTE 2.3.8A: Any applicable adjustability symbol (item 1.1) may be used to supplement a qualifying symbol. NOTE 2.3.88: Antenna rotation can be accomplished by electromechanical or electronic means.

2.3.3 Loop

~

2.3.6.1 Fixed in azimuth OR

2.3.6.2 Adjustable in azimuth

Style 2

lfo:t·

*See Note 2.2.12A tSee Note 2.2.15A

+

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially Al.l). 2. Symbols for single-line \ one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

29

SECTION 2 2.3.6.3 to 2.6.3

Graphic Symbols for Fundamental Items (not included in other sections)

SECTION 2 2.3.6.3 to 2.6.3 2.3.6.3 Fixed in elevation lEe

2.3.7.6 Antenna with direction of radiation fixed in azimuth, vertically polarized, with horizontal polar diagram

/

2.5.1 Generalized direct-current source

~t2.5.2 One cell

2.3.6.4 Adjustable in elevation lEe

t

IEC

~t-

2.5.3 Multicell

2.3.6.5 Fixed in azimuth and elevation

2.3.7.7 Radar antenna, rotatin~ 4 times per minute in azimuth and reciprocating in elevation, 0° to 57° to 0° in one second

IE(,

~ljt-

2.5.4 Multicell battery with 3 taps

~ITTTI""

2.3.6.6 Direction finder, radio goniometer or beacon lEe

><

2.3.6.7 Rotation lEe

See symbols 14.2.3, 14.2.4 14.2.4.1; see Note 2.3.6B

2.5.5 Multicell battery with adjustable tap

IISEC

O."57 •. 'O.

and

2.3.7 Application: antenna with qualifying symbols and notes 2.3.7.1 Antenna with direction of radiation fixed in azimuth

~

t

See Note 2.3.6B 2.4 Attenuator

lEe

NOTE 2.6.IA: Length of delay may be indicated. Asterisk is not part of symbol. NOTE 2.6.IB: The two vertical lines indicate Input side.

2.4.2 Balanced, general

+ +

~~~

L=J --LJ-

2.4.3 Unbalanced, general

2.3.7.3 Antenna with direction of radiation fixed in azimuth, horizontal polarization

2.6 Delay Function Delay Line fl Slow-Wave Structure 2.6.1 Delay element, general

2.4.1 Fixed attenuator}l ; pad (general)

+ 2.3.7.2 Antenna with direction of radiation adjustable in azimuth

-11---1 .... 4/MIN

±

2.4.4 Variable attenuator II (general)

OR

OR

-{" * )- :::(" * ):: *See Note 2.6.1A

2.6.2 Tapped delay element 2.4.5 Balanced, general

***

2.3.7.4 Antenna with adjustable directivity in elevation 2.4.6 Unbalanced, general



f 2.3.7.5 Direction finding, radio goniometer, or radio beacon antenna

***

~~ *See Note 2.6.1A and general symbols 2.6.1 2.6.3 Variable delay element

2.5 Battery The long line is always pOSitive, but polarity may be indicated in addition. Example: +

IEC

-

~t-

*See Note 2.6.1A and general symbols 2.6.1

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

30

SECTION 2 2.6.4 to 2.17

2.11.1 General, electrical output

2.6.4 Slow-wave structure

2.12 Squib, Electric [)

*See Note 2.6.1A 2.7 Oscillator Generalized Altemating.Current Source

2.12.1 Explosive OR

2.15 Spark Gap Igniter Gap

2.12.2 Igniter 2.8 Permanent Magnet fI lEt"

USE SYMBOL 9.3.1

]

2.16 Continuous Loop Fire Detector (temperature sensor)

2.9 Pickup Head 2.9.1: General

2.12.3 Sensing link; fusible link, ambient-temperature operated

>

--~L..._ _

Avoid conflict with symbol 3.6.4 if used on the same diagram

2.9.2: Writing; recording; head, soundrecorder II IE("

2.14 Thermal Element Thermomechanical Transducer Actuating device, self-heating or with external heater. (Not operated primarily by ambient temperature.) See item 9.1 for fuses, one-time devices. See item 4.30.5 for thermally operated relay.

* ""'"

lEe

SECTION 2 2.6.4 to 2.17

Graphic Symbols for Fundamental Items (not included in other sections)

--~----+

>

2.9.3: Reading; playback; head, soundreproducer EI

lEe __ ~~

>

2.9.4: Erasing; magnetic eraser

lEe --~

2.17 Ignitor Plug 2.13 Thermocouple device)

v

Cross References

2.13.2 Current-measuring

2.9.5 : Application: writing, reading, and erasing

lEe --~ ...... x>

Semiconductor Thermocouple (item B.8)

NOTE 2.13.2A: Explanatory words and arrows are not part of the symbols shown.

2.13.2.1 With integral heater internally connected

2.9.6: Stereo

--8 --

G. .

2.10 Piezoelectric Crystal Unit (includ· ing Crystal Unit, Quartz II ) IEC

( dissimilar·metals

2.13.1 Temperature-measuring

fI

x>

))

---'"

---;0.-

2.11 Transducer rJ Accelerometer 1I Motional Pickup Transducer E Use only if a more specific symbol is not applicable, e.g., tachometer generator, microphone, motor, loudspeaker, etc. For other measuring transducers, see Hall Generator (B. 9) and Thermal Converter (12.1 )

HEATER

See Note 2.13.2A

2.13.2.2 With integral insulated heater See paragraph A4.11 of the introduction IEC

~ 'AJ.-HEATER

See Note 2.13.2A 2.13.3 Thermopile

NOTES: I. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line ,one-line) diagrams appear at tho left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

31

3.1 Transmission Path Conductor Cable Wiring 3.1.1 Guided path, general A single line represents the entire group of conductors or the transmission path needed to guide the power or signal. For coaxial and waveguide work, the recognition symbol is used at the beginning and end of each kind of transmission path and at intermediate points as needed for clarity. In ~veguide work, mode may be indicated. !§£ When required, the length between two significant points may be indicated, e.g., 1../4. lEe When required, details of structure (e.g., elbow), type, impedance, ratings, etc, may be added adjacent to or within any symbol or in a note. ~ See also item 3.2.1 lEe

3.1.1.1 Bus bar (with connections shown) Use only if essential to distinguish bus from other circuit paths.

,

3.1.5 Crossing of paths or conductors not connected

3.1.7.2 Twisted (shown twisted conductors)

The crossing is not necessarily at a 90degree angle.

NOTE 3.1.7.2A: The asterisk is not part of the symbol. Always replace the asterisk by one of the following letters: p:;: Pail' T:;: Triple

3.1.6 Junction of paths or conductors

OR

y

IEC



3.1.6.2 Application: junction of paths, conductors, or cables. If desired, inaicate path type, or size lEe.

3.1.6.3 Application: junction of connected paths, conductors, or wires

IEC+ OR

lEe

3.1.2.2 Three conductors or conductive paths III

T" 3.1.2.3 "n" conductors or conductive paths NOTE 3.1.2.3A: The "n" is not part of the symbol. A number representing the actual number of paths shall be substituted for "n".

,

___ " .,.1_iEC

*See Note 3.1.7 .2A 3.1.7.3 Quad

lEe

~ OR

=t=

±

3.1.7.4 Shielded (shown with 3 conductors out of 7 within 1 shield) OR ONLY IF REQUIRED BY LAYOUT CONSIDERATIONS

3.1.2.1 Two conductors or conductive paths

_

2

. -..

3.1.2 Conductive path or conductor; wire

lEe

with

3.1.6.1 Junction (if desired)

OR

H

SECTION 3 3.1 to 3.1.8.3

Graphic Symbols for Transmission Path

SECTION 3 3.1 to 3.1.8.3

n" conductors OR Draw individual paths

For microwave circuits, the type of coupling, power-division pror0rtions, reflection coefficients, plane 0 J'unction, etc., may be indicated if desire . 3.1.6.4 Splice (if desired) of same size cables. Junction of conductors of same size or different size cables. If desired, indicate sizes of conductors

i

3.1.8 Assembled conductors; cable Commonly used in communication diagrams. 3.1.8.1 Shielded Single conductor

, ....

I

OR

SPLICE



ce

3.1.6.5 Conductor junction (such as hermaphroditic connectors)

r\ • I

v

3.1.8.2 Application: shielded 5-conductor cable

A II II II

See Note 3.1.2.3A 3.1.3 Air or space path See also symbol 3.2.6 ~

3.1.4 Dielectric path other than air

I

u

3.1.7 Associated conductors 3.1.7.1 General (shown with 3 conductors)

3.1.8.3 Application: shielded 5-conductor cable with conductors separated on the diagram for convenience

A II

Commonly used for coaxial and wavegUide transmission.

y

OIEL • I

U NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \ one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

32

SEC'fION 3 3.1.8.4 to 3.2.6

SECTION 3 3.1.8.4 to 3.2.6

Graphic Symbols for Transmission Path

3.1.8.4 Application: shielded 2-conductor cable with shield grounded

A

I

3.1.10.1 General I

Bend of line indicates direction in which other end of path will be found. IEC

~

)

)

)

)

)

USE SYMBOL 3.1.1 OR

o IIIII )))))

3.1.8.6 Application: 5-conductor cable

OR

o

OR

3.J.9t Coaxial cable, recognition symbol; coaxial transmission path; ra()io-frequency cahle El (coaxial) NOTE 3.1.9A: If necessary for clarity, an outer-conductor connection shall be made to the symbol. NOTE 3.1.9B: If the coaxial structure is not maintained, the tangential line shall be drawn only on the coaxial side.

The follOWing letters may be used to indicate type of transmission: F telephony I EC S sound (television) IEC T telegraphy IEC transmission of data IEC V video (television) I EC-

3.2.1.1 Application: telephone line F

3.1.10.2 Interrupted (on diagram), shown with individual paths at each side of diagrammatic interruption. The lower symbol consists of long dashes.

3.2.2 Cable underground; underground line IEC

--H--

3.1.9.U General

e

These are long dashes.

}--{

3.1.9.2 Application: coaxial stmcture not maintained on the right

See Note 3.1.9B

3.1.9.3t Two conductors (balanced) with one outer-conductor connection (twinax)

See Note 3.1.9A 3.1.9.4+ One conductor with one outer-conductor connection and one shielded connection (triax)

-

OR

--

OR

See Note 3.1.9A

o

Commonly used on system diagrams, maps, and charts. 3.2.1 Type of circuit

3.1.8.5 2-conductor cable IEC

3.2 Distribution Lines Transmission Lines

3.1.10 Grouping of leads

Avoid conflict with symbol 3.2.6 if used on the same diagram.

3.1.11 Interrupted path Symbol nonnally used only when recluired for complex or special-purpose dingrams. NOTE 3.1.11A: To ensure continuity. the internlpted-path break points must be in alignment. NOTE 3.1.11B: The asterisk is not part of the symbol. Identifying values, letters, numbers. or marks shall replace the asterisk.

**

OR

(

1* *

T

3.2.3 Submarine line; underwater line lEe

\..A.I

3.2.4 Overhead line Avoid conflict with symbol 3.6.1 if used on the same diagram. lEe

0

3.2.5 Loaded line Avoid conflict with symbol 6.4.18 if used on the same diagram.

• See Note 3.1.11B 3.2.6 Radio link 3.1.12 Conductor or cable end, not connected

Use only if essential to distinguish radio links or any radio portion of a circuit. Avoid conflict with symbol 3.2.2 if used on the same diagram.

See Note 3.1.9A 3.1.12.1 With end especially insulated

These are long dashes.

t The

broken line . - • indiciltc:s where the outer conductor connection to a symbol is made and is not part of the symbol. NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \ one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

33

SECTION 3 3.2.6.1 to 3.9.1.2

Graphic Symbols for Transmission Path

SECTION 3 3.2.6.1 to 3.9.1.2 3.2.6.1 Application: radio link (with antenna shown)

3.6.1 Circular. recognition symbol Avoid conDict with s\'mbol 3.2.4 if used on the same diagram. '

0

IEC

3.8 Termination Commonlv used on coaxial and wavegUide diagrams. 3.8.1 Open circuit (open). Not a fault.

3.6.2 Rectangular. recognition symbol OR IE("

~----~

B

lEe

3.8.2 Short circuit (short). Not a fault.

3.6.2.1 Dielectric-filled metallic rectangular waveguide

3.2.6.2 Application: radio link carrying television (video with sound) and telephony (with antenna shown)

~

lEe

3.6.2.2 Solid-d:electric waveguide

V+S+F

NOTE 3.B.2A: Use of the dot is optional.

See Note 3.B.2A

rectangular

., M

3.8.3 Application: movable ,.short circuit

u

3.3 Alternative or Conditional Wiring

3.6.2.3 Gas-filled rectangular waveguide

J

The arrowheads in this case shall be solid. NOTE 3.3A: A note shall explain the connections.

See Note 3.B.2A 3.6.3 Coaxial wavegUide See also item 3.1.9 lEe

See Note 3.3A

9

3.6.4 Flexible waveguide

3.3.1 Application: 3 alternative paths

..... -< ..... .....

.-L OR

-<

Avoid conDict with symbol 2.12.3 if used on the same diagram . IEl'~

3.6.5 Twisted wavegUide IEC

-v-'L

4--

3.6.6 Ridged wavegUide

See Note 3.3A

3.4 Associated or Future

3.6.7 Goubau line (single-wire transmission line within solid dielectric)

See also paragraph A4.10 of the Introduction These are short dashes.

3.7 Strip-Type Transmission Line

3.9 Circuit Retum 3.9.1 Ground, general symbol NOTE 3.9.1 A: Supplementary information may be added to define thl" status or purpose of the earth if this is not rl"adiJy apparent.

( 1) A direct conducting connection to the earth or body of water that is a part thereof. ( 2) A conducting connection to a structure that serves a function similar to that of an earth ground (that is, a structure such as a frame of an air, space, or land vehicle that is not conductively (.'Onnected to earth).

1 3.9.1.1 Low-noise noiseless, clean earth)

ground

. (IEC

3.7.1 Unbalanced stripline lEt'

3.5 Intentional Isolation of Direct-Current Path in Coaxial or Waveguide Applications

--x-3.6 Waveguide

B



OR

--.3.7.2 Balanced strip line lEt'



3.9.1.2 Safety or protective ground NOTE 3.9.1.2A: This symbol may bl" used in place of symbol 3.9.1 to indicate a ground connection having a specified protective function (e.g .• for protection against electrical shock in case of a fault).

OR

The mode of propagation or other !opeeial charaderistil-s may be shown at the side of the waveguide symbol.

'--

NOTES: I. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line lone-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

34

SECTION 3 3.9.2 to 3.10

Graphic Symbols for Transmission Path

3.9.2 Chassis or frame (.'onnedion; equivalent chassis connt'dion (of printed-wiring hoards)

Cross References

A conducting connection to a (:hassis or

frame, or equivalent chassis (;onnt'dioll of a printed-wiring hoard. The l'hassis or frame (or equivalent chassis connedioll of a printed-wiring board) may he at substantial pott'ntial with respt'ct to tilt' earth or structure in whkh this l·hassis or frame ( or printed-wiring board) is mounted.

3.9.3 Common connections Conducting l'(mnections made to olle another.

All like-deSignated poinlo; are connected. NOTE 3.9.3A: The asterisk is not part of the symbol. Identifying vallles. letters. nllmbers. or marks shall replace the asterisk. For the triilnltular symbol, this identilkation shall be pla('ed within the triangle or, if esst'ntial for legibility, adjacent to the triangle.

3.9.3.1 Specific potential differenl'e To be used when there is a specific potential differenl'e with respect to a potential reference level.

*

·See r'\ote 3.9.3:\

3.9.3.2 Potential level not spt'cified by a numerical value

To be used when identicaliy annotated common-return connections are at the same potential level.

• See Note 3.9.3A

3.10 Pressure Tight Bulkhead Cable Gland Cable Sealing End NOTE 3.10A: The high prcssurt' side is to the right of the trapezoid, thus rt'taining gland.

NOTES: I. See Introduction for general infonnation (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \ one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

35

SECTION 3 3.9.2 to 3.10

SECTION 4 4.1 to

4.3.5 4.1 Switching Function

NOTE 4.1A: Switching function symbols are suitable for use on "detached contact" diagrams, but may be used in other applications.

4.1.1 ( break)

SECTION 4 4.1 to 4.3.5

Graphic Symbols for Contacts, Switches, Contactors, and Relays

Conducting,

closed

4.2.2.1 Adjustable or sliding contact for resistor, inductor, etc

----. OR

contact 4.2.2.2 Locking

-.J

o---y 4.1.2 Nonconducting, (make)

open contact

Equipment, C37.2-1970, for rurther details. In the parallel-line contact symbols shown below, the length of the parallel lines shall be approximately B~ times the width of the gap (except for symbol 4.3.7). 4.3.1 Closed contact (break)

4.2.2.3 Nonlocking 0--

)(

4.2.2.4 Segment; bridging contact

4.1.3 Application: transfer

OR

See also items 4.13.3 and 4.13.4 c:::J OR c:::::J

OR

OR

4.2.2.5 Vibrator reed

o 4.2 Electrical Contact

4.3.2 Open contact (make)

E1

4.2.2.6 Vibrator split reed

For buildups or forms using electrical contacts, see applications under 5.3.5 and 5.3.6. See paragraph A4.6 of the Introduction 4.2.1 Fixed contact 4.2.1.1 Fixed contact for jack, key, relay, switch, etc See also symbol 4.2.1.2 ~

0

OR

4.2.1.2 Fixed contact with momentary contact (automatic return) NOTE 4.2.1.2A: When this symbol (representing a contact with automp.tic return) is used on a diagram for international use, the convention should be so noted on the diagram or associated documentation. I EC

See also 4.9 and 4.11 ~

IEC

4.2.1.3:1: Sleeve

ij I

OR

EEl

~--

4.2.2 Moving Contact

t The broken line • _. indkiltes where line connection to a symbol is made and is not pilrt of the symbol.

1

~-~

T

4.2.2.7 Rotating contact (slip ring) and brush

OR

0--

---0---

t OR

4.3 Basic Contact Assemblies lEe

The standard method of showing a contact is by a symbol indicating the circuit condition it produces when the actuating device is in the deenergized or nonoperated position. The actuating device may be of a mechanical, electrical, or other nature, and a clarifying note may be necessary with the symbol to explain the proper point at which the contact functions; for example, the point where a contact closes or opens as a function of changing pressure, level, flow, voltage, current, etc. In cases where it is desirable to show contacts in the energized or operated condition and where confusion may result, a clarifying note shall be added to the draWing.

~

4.3.3 Transfer

OR

OR

o

~ 4.3.4 Make-before-break

Auxiliary switches or contacts for circuit breakers, etc, may be designated as follows:

Fil

( a) Closed when device is energized or operated position. ( b) Closed when device is in deenergized or nonoperated position. ( aa) Closed when operating met·hanism of main device is in energized or operated position. ( bb) Closed when op("rated mechanism of main device is in deenergized or nonoperated position.

4.3.5 Application: open contact with time closing (TC) or time-delay closing (TOC) feature

See American National Standard Manual and Automatic Station Control, Supervisory, and Associated Telemetering

1 T

TC

OR

1

TOC

T

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \ one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

36

SECTION 4 4.3.6 to 4.6.7

SECTION 4 4.3.6 to 4.6.7

Graphic Symbols for Contacts, Switches, Contactors, and Relays

4.3.6 Application: dosed contact with time opening (TO) or time-delay open-

NOTE 4.5A: The asterisk is not part of the symbol. Always replace the asterisk by a device designation. See. for example. ANSI

ing (TOO) featur*ro

C37.2-1970. lEe

+ OR

OR lEe

frOO

[!= <> OR

lEe

4.3.7 Time sequential closing

When the basic switch symbols in items 4.6.1 through 4.6.3 are shown in the dosed position on a diagram. terminals must be added for clarity.

OR

11--1.

0

I

The standard method of showing switches is in alosition with no operating force aprlie . For switches that may be in any 0 two or more positions with no operating force applied, and for switches actuated by some mechanical device (as in air-pressure, liquid-level, rate-of-flow, etc, switches). a clarifying note may be necessary to explain the point at which the switch functions.

·See Note 4.SA

4.6.1 Single-throw, general lEe

OR

11'~

4.5.1 Semicircular dot indicates inner end of winding

+

4.3.8 Multiway transfer switch 4.3.8.1 Two-position switch (90° step)

---./_

4.6.2 Double-throw, general

-(4.6.2.1 Application: 2-pole doublethrow switch with terminals shown o 0-10

OR

I

4.5.2 Application: multiwinding coil (2 Windings shown)

4.3.8.2 Three-position switch ( 1200 step)

j,

4.3.8.3 Four-position switch (4S0 step)

;:1

IEC~

NOTE 4.S.2A: The ends of a given winding shall be shown directly opposite each other on opposite sides of the core, or adjacent to each other on the same side of the core.

lEe

~

o

NOTE 4.5.3A: The mechanical linkage may be omitted if the illtent is clear.

I£e

9---

tOR

I ~

1£('

I

OR

$--

See also INDUCTOR; WINDING; etc (item 6.2) l The broken line • -. indicates where line connection to a symbol is made and is not part of the symbol.

4.6 Switch

o-H-o ~~: ~ I I

o

NOTE 4.6.SA: The asterisk is not part of the symbol. Always add identification within or adjacent to the rectangle.

• See Note 4.6.SA

4.6.0 Switch with horn gap

4.6.7 Sector swikh EJ

Fundamental symbols for contacto;, mechanical connections, etc, may be used for switch symbols.

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general informntion (note especially A3.1). 2. Symhols for ~in~le-linc (one-line) dingrnms "ppl'"r at the left. symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are (:entered in ea<.·h ("(IllImn.

37

~o

4.6.5 Application: 2-pole field-discharge knife switch with terminals and discharge resistor

---./c:....

See also FUSE (item 9.1); and paragraphs A4.7 and A4.9 of the Introduction

o--"'io

o

OR

• See Notes 4.SA and 4.S.3A 4.5 Operating Coil Relay Coil fl

4.6.4 Application: 3-pole double-throw knife switch with auxiliary contacts and terminals

4.5.3 Electromagnetic actuator fl ( solenoid), with mechanical linkage shown

4.4 t Magnetic Blowout Coil EJ

I

4.6.3 Knife switch fl , general

See Note 4.S.2A

r

I

~

~o

o

Graphic Symbols for Contacts, Switches, Contactors, and Relays

SECTION 4 4.7 to 4.13.1 4.7 Pushbutton f] Spring-Return

Momentary

,

or

lEe

1-

o

4.12.2 3-position with nonlocking transfer and locking break contacts

4.9.5 Make-before-break 0---

4.7.1 Circuit closing (make)

-1.1

~

"'t

4.10 Locking Switch

0

~

The symbols 1.0 the left are commonly used for spring buildups in key switches and jacks.

4.7.2 Circuit opening (break)

The symbols 1.0 the right are commonly used for toggle switches. 4.7.3 Two-circuit

~OR~

0

4.8 Two-Circuit, Maintained or Not Spring-Return

~T LA

OR

T

I

4.12.3 3-position, multicontact combination

4.10.1 Circuit closing (make)

o

SECTION 4 4.7 to 4.13.1

4.10.2 Circuit opening (break)

~

o--t5"

OR

4.10.3 Transfer, 2-position

~

4.9 Nonlocking Switch, Momentary or Spring-RetW"n The symbols to the left are commonly used for sp~ing buildups in key switches, relays, and Jacks. The symbols to the right are commonly used for toggle switches.

0

~OR~ OR

4.10.4 Transfer, 3-position o 0 - - - OFF

o

IEC

4.10.5 Make-before-break

4.9.1 Circuit closing (make)

t

OR

/L-

IEC

4.11 Combination Locking and Nonlocking Switch

4.9.2 Circuit opening (break)

~ OR~ 4.9.3 Two-circuit

Commonly used for toggle switches IE('

4.11.1 3-position, I-pole: circuit closing ( make), off, momentary circuit closing (make)

o

See Note 14.1.1A

0 - - - OFF

cr--1.,

~

4.11.2 3-position, 2-pole: circuit closing ( make), off, momentary circuit closing (make)

~ OR

...... o or-o

o~ A.-

OR

4.12 Key-Type Switch Lever Switch EI

The position in which the swit<:h is shown may be indicated by a note or deSignation of switch position. 4.13.1 General (for power and control diagrams) Any number of transmission paths may be shown.

4.12.1 2-position with locking transfer and break contacts

4.9.4 Transfer

t

4.13 Selector or Multiposition Switch

A.-

I

~

4.12.4 2-position, half of key switch normally operated, multicontact combination

OR

~L-

t:

o OR

o--}i-v

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \ one-line) diagrams appear at the left. symbols for complete diagrams at the right. and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

38

SECTION 4 4.13.2 to 4.15.1

SECTIO;\ ., 4.13.2 to 4.15.1

Graphic Symbols for Contacts, Switches, Contactors, and Relays 4.13.8 Slide switch fl , typical laddertype interlock

4.14 Limit Switch Sensitive Switch EI

In the example, one slide is shown operated.

NOTE 4.14A: Identify by LS or other suitable note.

4.13.2 Break-before-make, nonshorting ( nonbridging) during contact transfer

o Slides are shown in released position unless otherwise noted.

o OR

4.14.1 Track-type, circuit-dosing contact

000

4.13.3 Make-before-break, shorting ( bridging) during contact transfer

See Note 4.14A 4.14.2 contact

Track-type,

circuit-openin~

o o OR

4.13.9 Master or control switch A table of contact operation must be shown on the diagram. A typical table is shown below.

9000

4.13.4 Segmental contact

o

0 0 0

I!lOICATOII ieOtlTACT POIITIOII A a C )( I-I

OR ~OOOOO~

)(

T-a

)(

4.14.4 Rotary-type

X

a:::I:JIo I

4.13.10 Master or control switch (camoperated contact assembly), 6-circuit 3pOint reversing switch

0

g.--o:::::j

A table of contact operatlon must be shown on the diagram. A typical table is shown below. Tabulate special features in note.

4.13.6 lO-point selector switch with fixed segment

o~o

I I Itt::::I:lI:C:Il I I II:lC:IlI 1a:Im1 II a:::::r:t:J[J/, , I r loa::::I:D

See Note 4.14A 4.14.5 Limit switch, directly actuated, spring returned 4.14.5.1 Nonnally open

DETACHED CUN"rACTS SHOWN EL SEWHERE

0

ON DIAGRAM ~.l-.t-;';, It.

4.13.1 Rotary (section-, wafer-type) switch fl

See Note 4.14A

)c-I!lDICAn. COIITACTS CLOeR

0000000 ?o 00 00 00

o~

s-.

1-.

4.13.5 22-point selector switch

o

4.14.3 Lead-screw type, circuit-opening contacts

DETACHED CONTACTS SHOWN ELSEWHERE ON DIAGRAM

~

:D

See Note 4.14A

deck-,

- -,;,- ;0-;';.;0~

I.',

C

4.14.5.2 Normally open-held closed

: : :: :'1'=0 ::: I

or

:~n 0110 : : :: I

Viewed trom end Opposite control knob or actuator unless otherwise indicated. For more than one section, the first section is the one nearest control knob or actuator. When COntacts are on both sidt's, front contacts are nearest control knob:

~

II

Q

I I I'

Iff'

olio

: ~ !: : II'l I

I I I"

nt:

Itt: I I I •

Iii' :

~~

4.14.5.3 Nonnally closed

:

I I I •

~

~

: :•.:_________ 0 110 :: .J: 1._ ..... I.OCCAT'.

'- _C!!.!4I.r:'l _C~O!'~ __

I oJ

4.14.5.4 Normally closed-held open

4.13.11 Drum switch, sliding-contact typic.. l example

~ype,

I..'.' ,



I. • , • " IIMIIK J I 1 • II '0"._9 II I I • • • • I 1 rw, I I • I , I I I 111111111.1.111 11.111111111111

I!'"



O.

100

~~~~~~a-ll:~

03

.0

D"j

fb

o

OR

• ••

'1 I • • • 111'0

0.,

• • • '"

OM'

• "

0 ••

I • I 11110 11110

"""

J I

' , I ' tIt • \

,::::::::::::: t •• I . I I • I I . I , ••• I'" I , , • • • , , • • , • I I • I I , • .'

..

4.15 Safety Interlock If specific type identification is not required, use applicable standard symbol. 4.15.1 If specific type identiHcation is reqUired: circuit opening

II

0"

011' 0Il10

~OTES:

1. See lntroduchon tor general intolmatlon (nore especially A3.1). 2. Symbols tor smgie-hne ,one-line) Olat;rams appear at the lett, symbols for compiete diagrams at the right, and symools suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

39

SECfION 4 4.15.2 to 4.22

SECTION 4 4.15.2 to 4.22

Graphic Symbols for Contacts, Switches, Contactors, and Relays

4.15.2 If specific type identification is required: circuit closing

4.17.2 Opens on increase in Bow

4.21.1.1 With contact-motion direction clarified

~\7o-

~....

to

~-

4.16 Switches with Time-Delay Feature NOTE 4.16A: The point of the arrow indicates the direction o( switch operation in which contact action is delayed.

4.1S Liquid-Level-Actuated Switch

-··:~1

See Note 4.21B

4.21.2 Opens on rising temperature

4.1S.1 Closes on rising level

See Note 4.21A

4.16.1 Open switch with time-delay closing (TOC) feature

4.21.3 Transfers on rising temperature

4.1S.2 Opens on rising level

~ ToC

See Note 4.21A

OR

4.19 Pressure- or Vacuum-Actuated Switch See Note 4.16A

4.21.4 Transfer, with intended centraloff (neutral) position

4.19.1 Closes on rising pressure

, tOl

<>Et

~

4.16.2 Closed switch with time-delay opening (TDO) feature

4.19.2 Opens on rising pressure 4.21.5 typical OR

4.20 Temperature-Actuated Switch

T

4.20.1 Closes O~g temperature

See Note 4.16A lEe

4.16.3 Open switch with time-delay opening (TOO) feature

TOO OR

Application:

multifunction,

4#t' See Notes 4.21A and B

?

4.21.6 With integral heater and transft'r contacts

OR

~

t02

See Notes 4.21A and B

~ T

Use only if essential to indicate integral heater details.

4.20.2 Opens on rising temperature lEe

See Note 4.l6A

4.21.7 Application: temperatures indicated

OR

4.16.4 Closed switch with time-delay closing (TDC) feature o--1S" ToC

See Notes 4.21A nnd B

4.21 Thermostat

OR

4.17 Flow-Actuated Switch 4.17.1 Closes on increase in flow

opernting

See Notes 4.21A and B

NOTE 4.21A: The to symbol shall be shown or be replaced by data giving the nominal or specific opemting tempemture of the devin·.

See Note 4.1BA

with

NOTE 4.218: If clarification of direction of contact opemtion is needed. a directionlll nrrow may he added. The arrowhl'nd shnll point in the dirt'dion of rising tl'mpl'rnhill' ollt'mtinn. A dire(:tioDill arrow shall always he shown for ('('ntral-off (nl'lItral) position devkt·s.

4.22 Flasher Self-Interrupting Switch

OR

4.21.1 Closes on rising tempt.·mtme

See

;\;()t(·

4.21,\

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols (or single-line ,one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

40

SECTION 4 4.23 to 4.29.3

Graphic Symbols for Contacts, Switches, Contactors, and Relays

SECTION 4 4.23 to 4.29.3

4.25.3 Switch in evacuated envelope, I-pole double-throw

4.23 Foot.Operated Switch Foot Switch f}

=Qt-

4.23.1 Opens by foot pressure

4.28.2 Typical separate drive ( with tenninals shown) Show contacts as required.

g-:JIL

OR

JB-

4.23.2 Closes by foot pressure

11

4.25.4 Mushroom-head safety feature 4.24 Switch Operated by Shaft Rotation and Responsive to Speed or Direction

Application switch.

to

2-circuit

pushbutton

See also item 4.27 4.24.1 Speed

o

0

4.25.5 Key-operated lock switch Use appropriate standard symbol and add key deSignation or other infonnation in note. 4.24.2 Plugging: to stop drive after it has come practically to rest

4.26 Telegraph Key

EI

~ (f)

See also CIRCUIT BREAKER ( item 9.4) Fundamental symbols for contacts, coils, mechanical connections, etc, are the basis of contactor symbols and should be used to represent contactors on complete diagrams. Complete diagrams of contactors consist of combinations of fundamental symbols for control coils, mechanical connections, etc, in such configurations as to represent the actual device. Mechanical interlocking should be indicated by notes. 4.29.1 Manually operated 3-pole contactor

4.26.1 Simple

F

4.29 Contactor

..L..L..L

T-T-T

4.26.2 Simple with shorting switch

of

4.29.2 Electrically operated I-pole contactor with series blowout coil

R

4.24.3 Anti-plugging: to prevent plugging of drive

+F o--t45'

4.26.3 Open-circuit or pole-changing

ffi

OR

I

~

tR 4.24.4 Centrifugal switch (opening on increasing speed)

4.27 Governor fl ( Contact-making) Speed Regulator

See also symbol 14.2.6

Contacts open or closed as required (shown here as closed).

4.25 Switches with Specific Features 4.25.1 Hook switch

4.28 Vibrator, Interrupter [)

• See Note 4.SA

4.29.3 Electrically operated 3-pole contactor with series blowout coils; 2 open and I closed auxiliary contacts (shown smaller than the main contacts)

4.28.1 Typical shunt drive (with terminals shown)

EI

Show contacts as required. 4.25.2 Telephone dial

EI

OR

(switch)

G~~~111 TTTTTf

• See Note 4.SA

TYPICAL

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general infonnation (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line ,one-line) diagrams appear at the left. symbols for complete diagrams at the right. and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

41

SEC'l'ION 4 4.29.4 to 4.32.2

Graphic Symbols for Contacts, Switches, Contactors, and Relays

SECTION 4 4.29.4 to 4.32.2

4.29.4 Electrically operated I-pole contactor with shunt blowout coil

OR

that a voltage applied with the polarity as indicated shall cause the armature to move toward the contact shown nearer the coil on the diagram. If the relay is equipped with numbered terminals, the proper terminal numbers shall also be shown.

4.30.5.2 With normally open con· tacts shown (two typical types) ~-.

4.30.1 Basic 4.30.5.3 With transfer contacts shown 4.30.2 Application: relay with transfer contacts

• See Note 4.5A 4.30 Relay

OR

See OPERATING COIL; RELAY COIL (item 4.5)

Normally open contact type shown.'

Fundamental symbols for contacts, mechanical connections, coils, etc, are the basis of relay symbols and should be used to represent relays on complete diagrams.

OR

The following letter combinations or symbol elements may be used with relay symbols. The reqUisite number of these letters or symbol elements may be used to show what special features a relay possesses. The terms "slow" and "fast" are relative, and the degree is not to be noted by a multiplicity of the same relay symbol on a diagram. Relays that are direct-current operated are not marked to indicate dc operation. I EC 1... "'-...'_---'

,+, ..:("IXJ

4.30.6 Thennal relay, olle-time type, not reusable

rJ

:III=III=:::=:

AC Alternating-current or ringing relay D Differential DB Double-biased (biased in both directions) DP Dashpot EP Electrically polarized FO fOast-operate FR Fast-release L Latching MG Marginal ML Magnetic-latching (remanent) NB No bias NR Nonreactive P Magnetically polarized using biasing spring, or having magnet bias SA Slow-operate and slowrelease SO Slow-operate SR Slow-release SW Sandwich-wound to improve balance to longitudinal currents

4.31 Inertia Switch (operated by sudden deceieration)

OR

• See Note 4.5A 4.30.3 Application: polarized relay with transfer contacts (two typical types shown)

NOTE 4.31A: 'i'his symbol is commonly used on diagrams for aerospace applications.

4.32 Mercury Switch 4.3~.1

Leveling

4.32.1.1 'l'hree terminal

0,-h0 b'Hg

4.30.4 Application: polarized (no bias) marginal relay with transfer contacts

.....!HN.I IMGI +

T 1-

4.30.5 Relay, thermally operated 4.30.5.1 Activating device for thermally operated relay Time of delay may be shown. Contacts may be shown separately from the operating device . See also item 2.14

OR

The proper poling for a polarized relay shall be 'Shown by the use of + and - designations applied to the Winding leads. The interpretation of this shall be

4.32.1.2 Four terminal

0+0Hg o

4.32.2 With (four terrnmal)

0

acceleration

o

0)Q 0

Hg -~

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general infonnation (note especially A3.I). 2. Symbols for single-line ,one-line, diagrams appear at the left, symbbls for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

42

cutoff

SECTION 4 4.33

Graphic Symbols for Contacts, Switches, Contactors, and Relays

4.33 Aneroid Capsule (air pressure) Operated Switch

Cross References Protective Relay (item 9.5)

NOTES: I. See Introduction for general infonnation (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line lone-line) diagrams appear at tho left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

43

SECTION 4 4.33

Graphic Symbols for Tenninals and Connectors

SECTION 5 5.1 to 5.3.5 5.1 Terminals 5.1.1 Circuit terminal lEe

0

5.1.1.1 Terminal board:El or terminal strip, with 4 terminals shown; group of 4 terminals Number and arrangement as convenient. NOTE S.1.1.1A: Internal lines and terminals may be omitted if terminal identifications are shown within the symbol.

The rigid-terminal symbol is used to indicate customary rigid terminals ( caps, rods, rings, etc) as well as to indicate: ( 1) Any metallic envelope or external conductive coating or casing that has a contact area (as in cathode-ray tubes, disc-seal tubes, pencil tubes, etc). (2) Mounting flange or stud when it serves as a terminal. 5.1.2.3 Device with base-orientation key

SECTION 5 5.1 to 5.3.5 5.3.3.1 Receptacle or jack (usually stationary) NOTE 5.3.3.1A: The asterisk is not part of tht' symbol. I r desired. indicate the type of ('ontacls: malt· (~ ) or female (>-).

--<

IEC

See Note 5.3.3A OR

B

OR

~

IEC

*See Note 5.3.3.1 A

5.3.3.2 Plug (usually movable) OR

S('e Note 5.3.3;\

See Note 5.1.2A

OR

5.1.2.4 Devices with reference point (such as a boss, colored dot, index pin, index tab, or bayonet pin)

o

See Note 5.1.1.1A 5.1.2 Terminals for electron tubes, semiconductor devices, etc Used primarily in application-data tenninal diagrams for electron tubes, semiconductor devices, and other devices having terminations of similar type.

5.1.2.5 Terminals connected to metallic envelop~ or enclosure

5.1.2.1 Base-pin terminals (electron tubes, etc); pin terminals (semiconductor devices, etc)

5.2 Cable Termination Line shown on left of symbol indicates cable.

5.3 Connector Disconnecting Device Jack ~ Plug El The contact symbol is not an arrowhead. It is larger and the lines are drawn at a SO-degree angle. 5.3.1 Female contact

5.3.4.2 Application: engaged 4-conductor connectors; the plug has 1 male and 3 female contacts with individual contact designations shown in the complete-symbol column ,.7A>-r lEe

5.3.3 Connector assembly, movable or stationary portion; jack, plug, or receptacle

See Note 5.1.2A 5.1.2.2 Envelope tenninals

TER~=::AL~ FLEXIBLE LEAD

5.3.4.1 Application: engaged 4-conductors (female plug - male receptacle shown)

<1

5.3.2 Male contact

LARGE PIN

See Note 5.3.3A

*See Note 5.3.3.1A

S:IANLLn ENVELOPE OR ENCLOSURE

5.3.4 Separable connectors (engaged)

OR

NOTE S.1.2A: Explanatory words and arrows are not part of the symbol. NOTE S.1.2B: The following letter combinations, if shown adjacent to terminal symbols requiring special attention, shall signify the following: S Connection to an ex tl'rnal shil'ld intI.'~ral with a devict' (includin~ ml'tal tube shell. base slecvl' or shl'lI; external conductive coating or casing). Not to be used if the l'xternal conductive coating serves as onl' sidt' of a capacitor (as in cathode-ray tubes) and is not designed to function as an electrostatic shield. IC Intt'rnal connection; nut intendt'd to bt' used for circuit connection. IS I nternal shield not dl'picted in tt'rm inal diagram.

*See Note 5.3.3.1;\

c};:---/

OR

ill

lEt"

See Note 5.3.3A

OR

5.3.5 Communication SWitchboard-type connector See also symbol 4.2.1.4

See Note 5.1.2A

. NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note espedally A3.1). 2. Symhols for single-line ,one-line) ~iagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right. and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered In each column.

44

4-(c~

-L(D~

NOTE 5.3.3A: Use appropriate number of contact symbols. ~

-r
Graphic Symbols for Tenninals and Connectors

SECI'ION 5 5.3.5.1 to 5.7.1 5.3.5.1 2-conductor (jack) 5.3.5.2 2-conductor (plug) ~

~

5.3.5.3:1: 3·conductor (jack) with 2 break contacts (normals) and 1 auxiliary make contact

5.3.5.4 3-conductor (plug) 5.3.6 Communication switchboard-type connector with circuit normalled through "Normalled" indicates that a through circuit may be interrupted by an inserted connector. As shown here, the inserted connector opens the through circuit and connects to the circuit towards the left. Items 5.3.6.1 through 5.3.6.4 show 2-conductor jacks. The "normal" symbol is applicable to other types of connectors.

5.4 Connectors of the Type Commonly Used for Power-Supply Purposes (convenience outlets and mating connectors). American National Standard Dimensions of Attachment Plugs and Receptacles, C73.10-1966 (R1972) through C73.68-1966 (R1972).

SECTION 5 5.3.5.1 to 5.7.1 5.4.7 Application: -I-conductor polarized connector (2 typical forms with female contacts are shown)

See also symbols 5.3.3.1 and 5.3.3.2 The folloWing symbols are primarily for applications where the type of connector must be indicated semipictoria))y.

5.5 Test Block 5.5.1 Female portion with short-circuiting bar (with terminals shown)

Contacts and contact arrangements shall be shown in Simplified form as viewed from the mating face, approximately in proportion to the arrangement in the physical item. A Simplified-shape outline shall surround the contact symbols.

5.5.2 Male portion ( with terminals shown)

5.4.1 Male contact Filled outJine, aPfroximating contact end-view (3 typica forms are shown)

- -- .

5.4.2 Female contact

Open outJine, approximating limiting shape of mating male contact (3 typical forms are shown) CJ

See also symbol 4.2.1.3

o

5.6 Coaxial Connector Coaxial Junction 5.6.1 Engaged coaxial connectors Coaxial recognition symbol may be added if necessary. See COAXIAL TRANSMISSION PATH (item 3.1.9) lEe

( 5.3.6.1 Jacks with circuit norma))ed through one way

5.4.3 Application: 2-conductor nonpolarized connector with male contacts (3 typical forms are shown)

~~

5.6.2 Application: coaxial with the outside conductor shown carried through

( 5.3.6.2 Jacks with circuit normalled through both ways~ ()

~

5.3.6.3 Jacks in multiple, one set with circuit normalled through both ways

5.4.4 Application: 2-conductor nonpolarized connector with female contacts (3 typical forms are shown)

¢¢~ 5.4.5 Application: 2-conductor polarized connector (2 typical forms with female contacts are shown)

5.6.3 Application: coaxial with center conductor shown carried through; with outside conductor terminated on chassis

5.6.4 Application: coaxial with center conductor shown carried through; outside conductor not carried through

5.6.5 Application: T or Y adapter with outer conductor carried through 5.3.6.4 Jacks with auxiliary contacts, with circuit normalled through both ways

~

r~

5.4.6 Application: 3-conductor polarized connector (5 typical forms with female contacts are shown) 5.7 Waveguide Flanges Waveguide Junction

W

5.7.1 Mated pair of symmetrical wavegUide connectors

t The broken line • - ' indkates where line connection to a symbol is made and is not part of the symbol.

lEe

II

NOTES; 1. See Introduction for general infonnation (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \ one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

45

SECI'ION 5 5.7.2 to 5.7.5

Graphic Symbols for Tenninals and Connectors

5.7.2 Mated pair of asymmetrical waveguide connectors The line is not interrupted at the junction whether or not it is a plain-type or choke-type connection. IE(,

»

5.7.3 Plain (rectangular waveguide) IEC

11-7

5.7.4 Choke (rectangular waveguide) IEC

11-<

5.7.5 Application: rectangular waveguide with mated plain and choke flanges with direct-current isolation (insulation) between sections of waveguide

~ Cross References

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \ one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

46

SECTION 5 5.7.2 to 5.7.5

SECTION 6 6.1 to 6.3.4

SECTION 6 6.1 to 6.3.4

Graphic Symbols for Transformers~ Inductors.. and Windings 6.2.2 Magnetic-core inductor Telephone loading coil

6.1 Core

6.2.9 Coil operated nag indicator

6.1.1 Genp.ral or air core If neces:.ary to show a magnetic core. If it is necessary to identify an air core, a note should appear adjacent to the symbol of the inductor or transformer

6.2.3 Tapped

NO SYMBOL IE("

6.1.2 Magnetic core of inductor or tran.lifonner

6.3 Transductor Saturable-Core Inductor Saturable-Core Reactor

tYff'

6.2.4 Ad1ustable inductor

T

Not to he used unJp"~ it is necessary to identify a magnetic core.

6.2.5 Adjustable or continuously adjustable inductor

6.1.3 Core of magnet For use iE representation oE the core is necessary. See PERMANENT MAGNET (item 2.B)

6.1.4 Magnetic-memory core Commonly used in magnetic-memory and magnetic channel-selector devices. See also item 15.1B.

lEe

~

6.2.6 Shunt inductor

T 6.2.7 Inductive termination

6.1.4.1 Single-aperture windings shown

type

with

+

NOTE 6.3B: Power windings are drawn with three scallops or loops, control windings with five.

NOTE 6.3e: The saturable-properties indicator, symbol 1.2.4, may also be used to indicate two or more windings.

6.3.1 Transductor element, assembled When windings are separated on a drawing. suitable indication shall be provided to show that they are on the same core.

6.3.2 Application: Single-phase series transductor with Winding-polarity and kind-of-current markings shown

Commonly used in coaxial and waveguide diagrams.

NOTE 6.3.2A: An increase of current entering the end of the control winding marked with a dot causes an increase in the power output.

6.2.7.1 Application: series inductor and path open

~ ~

6.1.4.2 Application: in an array having Eour Windings-two WRITE-READ windings, one INHIBIT Winding, and one SENSE winding NOTE 6.1.4.2A: Words are for explanation ADd are not part of the symbol.

NOTE 6.3A: If essential for clarity. the magnetic core symbol, 6.1.2, may be added where applicable.

See Notes 6.3B and C

6.2.7.2 Application: series inductor and path short-circuited

6.3.3 Application: sin~le-phase parallel transductor with winding-polarity and kind-oE-current markings shown

WRITE

WRITE

#

ENSE INHIBIT READ

READ

U

See Note 6.1.4.2A

Inductor Winding (machine or transfonner) Reactor Radio-Frequency Coil Telephone Retardation Coil

6.2.B Carrier line trap (carrier elimina· tion filter)

See Notes 6.3B, 6.3C, and 6.3.2A 6.2.8.1 General

6.3.4 Application: self-exciting transductor with two control circuits and kind-of-current markings shown

See also OPERATING COIL (item 4.5) For polarity markings see item 1.6.3 8.2.1 General NOTE 6.2.1A: This symbol is deprecated and should not be used on new schematics.

See Note 6.2.1A

NOTE 6.2.S.1A: If it is essential to indio cate the following characteristics, the spec· ified letter or letters may be inserted within or placed adjacent to the symbol:

2f Two frequency WB Wide band NB Narrow band

See Note 6.3B

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line ,one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

47

SECTION 6 6.3.5 to

Graphic Symbols for Transformers, Inductors, and Windings

6.4.10.1

6.3.5 Application: transductor with direct-current output and kind-of-current markings shown

SECTION 6 6.3.5 to 6.4.10.1 6.4.5 Each winding with separately adjustable inductance

6.4.2.1 Nonsaturating

~II~ 6.4.2.2 Application: shielded transformer with magnetic core shown

6.4.6 Adjustable mutual inductor; constant-current transformer

6.4.7 With taps, I-phase See Note 6.3B 6.4.2.3 Application: transformer with magnetic core shown and with an electrostatic shield between Windings. The shield is shown connected to the frame.

6.4 Transformer II Telephone Induction Coil Telephone Repeating Coil

-L

6.4.1 General Additional windings may be shown or indicated by a note.

6.4.3 Saturating transformer

For polarity markings on current and potential transformers, see symbol 1.6.3.

See SATURABLE-PROPERTIES INDICATOR (symbol 1.2.4)

In coaxial and waveguide circuits, this symbol represents a taper or step transformer without mode change. NOTE 6.4.1 A: This symbol is the preferred symbol from I EC Publication 117, Recommended Graphical Symbols. It should be used on schematics for equipments having international usage, especially when the equipment will be marked using this symbol (in accordance with IEC Publication 417, Graphical Symbols for Use on Equipment).

§

6.4.8 Autotransformer, I-phase

See Note

See Note

6.4.1A

6.4.1A

6.4.9 Adjustable

lEe

w...u

(Y"YY'\

OR

=1:

OR

lEe

-

OR

OR

OR

WlJ

(m"l lEe

See Note 6.2.1A

See Note 6.4.1A

6.4.4 One winding with adjustable inductance See Note 6.4.1A

6.4.1.1 Application: transformer with direct-current connections and mode suppression between two rectangular waveguides

~

See Note 6.4.1A

6.4.10 Step-volt~lge regulator or loadratio control autotransformer

OR

+

6.4.10.1 Step-voltage regulator

6.4.2 Magnetic-core transformer

If necessary to show a magnetic core.

See Note 6.4.1 A

See Note 6.4.1 A

t

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general infonnation (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line ,one-line) diagrams appear at the left. symbols for complete diagrams at the right. and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

48

SECTION 6

Graphic Symbols for Transformers, Inductors, and Windings

SECTION 6 6.4.10.2 to 6.4.17 6.4.10.2 Load·ratio transformer

control

auto-

6.4.14 3-phase induction voltage regulator ~

6.4.10.2 to 6.4.17

6.4.15.2 Three phase transformer with 4 taps with wye-wye connections

i$ y-y

OR

6.4.11 Load-ratio former with taps

control

transOR

Jt

-H-

See Note 6.4.1A

See Note 6.4.1A

6.4.15 I-phase, 2-winding transformer

6.4.16 Polyphase transformer

6.4.12 I-phase induction voltage regulator{s) OR

Number of regulators may be written adjacent to the symbol.

r'

~ ~

~ OR

OR

$ OR

See Note 6.4.1A

H H H

OR

See Note 6.4.l.A

6.4.15.1 Application: a-phase bank of I-phase, 2-winding transformers with wye-delta connections

-H-

6.4.17 I-phase, 3-winding transformer

J)[

1~~

lEe

y-[>

OR

See Note 6.4.1A

i~

OR

See Note 6.4.1A

OR

IEC

IEC

[

J[

OR

6.4.13 Triplex induction voltage regulator

See Note 6.4.1A

See Note 6.4.1A

See Note 6.4.1A

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line lone-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

49

See Note 6.4.1A

SECTION 6 6.4.18 to 6.5

Graphic Symbols for Transformers, Inductors, and Windings Cross References

6.4.18 Current transformer ( s) Avoid conflict with symbol 3.2.5 if used on the same diagram.

~ t~ E~E

OR

OR

~ ~

lEe

IE('

lEe

IE(,

2 IE(,

~

~~ ~~~

lEe

3

6.4.19: Bushing-type current trans-

former

I

v-vu

6.4.20 Potential transformer ( s)

-3 t--

OR

3f

r--j

3f 3f

OR

+

3f 3f 3f

6.4.21 Outdoor metering device SHOW ACTUAL CONNECTION INSIDE BORDER

6.5 t Linear Coupler

t The broken line . _. indicates where line connection to a symbol is made and is not part or the symbol. NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line ,one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

50

SECTION 6 6.4.18 to

6.5

SECTION 7 7.1 to 7.2.2

Graphic Symbols for Electron Tubes and Related Devices

SECTION 7 7.1 to 7.2.2 7.1 Electron Tube fl See also ENVELOPE; ENCLOSURE (item 1.10) and TERMINALS FOR ELECfRON TUBES, SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES, ETC (item 5.1.2) Tube-component symbols are shown first. These are followed by typical applications showing the use o( these specific symbols in the various classes of devices such as thermionic, cold-cathode, and photoemissive tubes of varying structures and combinations of elements (modes, cathode-ray tubes, etc). Ljnes outside of the envelope are not part of the symbol but are electrical connections thereto. Connections between the external circuit and electron-tube symbols within the envelope may be located as required to simplifY the diagram.

7.1.2.2 Deflecting electrodes (used in pairs) ; re8ecting or repelling electrode (used in velocity-modulated tubes) IF.C

--<

7.1.2.3 Ignitor (in pool tubes) (should extend into pool); starter (in gas tubes) IF.(·~

NOTE 7.1.1.1A: Leads may be connected in any convenient manner to ends of the " provided the identity of the A is retained.

IEC

A. See Note 7.1.1.1A

See symbol 7.2.10 This is understood to shield against electric fields unless otherwise noted. 7.1.6.1 Any shield against electri(: fields that is within the envelope and that i<: connt'cted to an independent terminal

7.1.2.4 Excitor (contactor type)

7.1.3 Collecting electrode 7.1.3.1 Anode or plate

. -.. , 0

7.1.6.2 Outside envelope of x-ray tubt'

~

IEC

/

I

7.1.3.2 Target or x-ray anode

IEC

-

Drawn at about a 45-degree angle.

7.1.1 Emitting electrode 7.1.1.1 Directly heated ( filamentary ) cathode

7.1.6 Shield

I \

,, .... _... '"

,

\

I

I

/

7.1.7. Coupling See COUPLING (item 15.2), COAXIAL TRANSMISSION PATH (item 3.1.9), and WAVEGUIDE (item 3.6)

7.1.3.3 Fluorescent target Drawn at about a 45-degree angle.

7.1.7.1 Coupling by loop (electromagnetic type) 7.1.3.4 Collector

Coupling loop may be shown inside or outside envelope as desired.

7.1.4 Collecting and emitting electmde

7.1.8f Ion-diffusion with envelope

7.1.1.2 Indirectly heated cathode Lead may be connected to either extreme end of the r---1 or, if reqUired, to both ends, in any convenient manner. IEC

7.1.4.1 Dynode lEe

7.1.1.3 Cold cathode (including ionically heated cathode)

collecting

and

7.1.4.2.1 Composite anode-photocathode

7.1.1.4 Photocathode IEC'

7.1.4.2 Alternately emitting electrode

7.1.1.5 Pool cathode 7.1.4.2.2 Composite anode-cold cathode lEe

--!-

7.1.4.2.3 Composite anode-ionically heated cathode with provision for supplementary Iwating

See Note 7.1.1.1A 7.1.2 Controlling electrode 7.1.2.1 Grid (including beam-confining or beam-forming electrodes) lEe - - - - -

-,-,0 7.2 General Notes

~

7.1.1.6 lonically heated cathode with provision for supplementary heating

shown

Commonly lIsed with liquid-filled tubes.

i

,..---,

barrier,

lEe

"

See i\:ote 7.1.1.1A

7.1.5 Heater lEe

A See Note 7.1.1.1A

7.2.1 If new symbols are necessary, they should be formed where possihle from component symbols. For example, see DYNODE (item 7.1.4.1), which combines the anode and photocathode conventions. 7.2.2 A connection to anode, d\"node, pool cathode, photocathode, deflecting electrode, composite anode-photocathode, and composite anode-cold cathode shall be to the center of that symbol. Connection to any other electrode may be shown at either end or both ends of the electrode symbol. l The broken line . _. indicates where line connection to a symbol is made and is not part of the symbol.

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general ~nformation (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line lone-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

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SECTION 7 7.2.3 to 7.3.7.3

Graphic Symbols for Electron Tubes and Related Devices

7.2.3 A diagram for a tube having morc than one heater or filament shall show on ly one heater or filament symbol A unless they have entirely separate connections. If a heater or filament tap is made, eith er brought out to a tenn inal or internall y connected to another element, it shall be con nected at the vertex of the symbol, regardless of the ac tu al division of voltage across the heater or filament. 7.2.4 Standn rd symbols, such as the inclined arrow for tunability and con necting dotted lines for ganged compo nents, may be added to a tube symbol to extend th e meaning of th e tube symbol, provided such added feature or component is integra l with the tube. 7.2:5 Electri c components, such as resistors, capacitors, or inductors, which are integral parts of the tube and are imrortant to its functional operation, shal be shown in the standard manner.

7.3 Typical Applications 7.3.1 Triode with directly heated filamentary cathode and envelope connection to base terminal

7.3.2 Equipotential-cathode pentacle showing use of elongated envelope

7.2.8 A tube having n grid adjacent to a plate but int t: rnall y conneclt'd to the plate to fo rm a portion of it sha ll be shown as having a plate on ly. 7.2.9 Associated parts of n circuit, Stich as fOCUSing coils, defleding coils, field coils, etc, are not part of the tube symbol but may be added to th e circuit in the form of s-tandard symbols. For example, a resonant -type magne tron with permanent magnet may be shown ns follows (sec s),mbol 15.11.1),

-e-Ql

7.3.6.1 With electric-field static) deBection

(electro-

7.3.6.2 For elec tromagne tic deBection 7.3.6.2.1 Single-gun

7.3.3 Equipotential-cathode tw in triode shOWing use of elongated envelore and rule of item 7.2.3 7.3.6.2.2 shown)

7.2.6 l\'fnltipl c equ irotential ca thodes that are directly connected inside the tube sha ll be shown as a Sin gle cathode. 7.2.7 A tube having two or more grids tied internally skill be show n with symbol s for each grid, excert when th e grids are adjacent in the tube st ructure . Thus, th e diagram for a twin pentode havin~ a common sc reen-grid connection for each section and for a converter tubc havin~ the No. 3 and No. 5 g rids co nncded internally would show separatc .~y mhol s for ea ch grid. A triode whe re the control grid is phys ically in the fo rm of two grid windings, however, wou ld show only one grid.

SECTION 7 7.2.3 to 7.3.7.3

7.3.4 Cold-cathode gas -filled tube 7.3.4.1 Rectifier; voltage regulator for dired-current operation See also symbol 11.1.3.2

Multiple-gun

LF-t++t-____·, "-

'-

7.3.7 ?\'Iercury-pool tube 7.3.5 Photo tube 7.3.5. 1 Single-unit, vacuum-type

7.3.5.2 Multipli er-type

7.3.6 Cathode-ray tube See Note 1.10A

7.3.7.1 With ignitor and con trol g rid

7.3.7.2 With excitor, control grid , and holding anode

7.3.7.3 Single-nnode pool-type vapor n:difier with ignitor

7.2.10 External nnd internnl shields, whether integral parts of tubes or not , shall be omitted from th e circuit diagram unless th e ci rcui t diagram requires their indusion. 7.2.11 In lin t: with standard draftin g pradicc, straight-line crossov(:rs arc recomtnen dcd. NOTES; 1. See Introduction for gene ra l informatio n ( note espec ially A3. 1 ). 2. Symbols fo r single-li ne \ one-line) diag ra ms appear at tho left, symbols for complete diag rams at the right. and symbols sliitable for both pllrposes are centered in each co lumn.

52

SECTION 7

SECTION 7

Graphic Symbols for Electron Tubes and Related Devices

7.3.7.4 to 7.7.2

7.3.7.4 6--anode metallic-tank pool-type vapor rectifier with excitor, showing rigidterminal symbol for control connection to tank (pool cathode is insulated from tank)

7.3.8.5 With multiple accelerating electrode electrostatically and electromagnetically focused

7.3.7.4 to 7.7.2

7.5 Coulomb Accumulator Electrochemical Step-Function Device NOTE 7.5A: Letters in parentheses are not part of the symbol. but are for explanation only. For a precharged cen. with + polarity applied to p. the cen internal resistance and voltage drop will remain low until the designed coulomb quantity has passed; then the internal resistance will rise to its high value.

See item 7.2.9

Anode symbols are located as convenient.

~

W

7.3.7.5 Pool-type cathode power rectifier

See Note 7.5A

7.3.9 Thyratron 7.6 Conductivity Cell

See also symbol 8.11 7.3.9.1 With indirectly heated cathode 7.3.8 X-ray tube 7.3.8.1 With filamentary cathode and focusing grid (cup) The anode may be cooled by fluid or radiation. 7.4 Solion lon-Diffusion Device

7.7 Nuclear-Radiation Detector ( gas-Riled) Ionization Chamber Proportional Counter Tube Geiger-Miiller Counter Tube NOTE 7.7A: For other types of radiation-sensitivity indicators, see item 1.3. .

7.4.1 Diode solion

7.7.1 General 7.3.8.2 With control grid, fllamentary cathode, and focusing cup

See Note 7.7A 7.3.8.3 With grounded electrostatic shield

..

I I \

-,\~

~

IlL.:.:

r-,

--

\ I I

/I

7.4.2 Tetrode solion NOTE 7.4.2A: Letters in parentheses are not part of the symbol. I S R C

7.7.2 Application: metal enclosure, haVing one collector connected to the enclosure

Input Shield Readout Common

7.3.8.4 Double focus with rotating anode See item 7.2.9

See Note 7.7A (S)

Cross References Magnetron (item 15.11) See Note 7.4.2A

Resonator (C'avity-type) Tube (item 15.10)

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \ one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, land symbols suitable for both purposes arc centered in each column.

53

SECTION 8 8.1 to

Graphic Symbols ·for Semiconductor Devices

8.2.7.3

SECTION 8 8.1 to

8.2.7.3

See item 8.6

8.1 Semiconductor Device Transistor Diode See paragraph A4.1l of the Introduction NOTE S.IA: Some semiconductor devices may be represented by either of two methods. For convenience in referring to semiconductor symbols in this section. they are classi6ed as follows ( Symbols not otherwise identified are Style 1): Style 1 symbols are composed of basic element symbols depicting the internal buildup of the device. Style 2 symbols (primarily diode devices) incorporate special-property symbols into the basic-element symbol. rather than by showing the special-property symbol adjacent to the Style 1 symbols. Style 3 symbols are composed of symbol elements representing functions of the device without regard to the method by which the function is performed within the device. NOTE 8.1D: Numbers and letters in parentheses are to correlate illustrations in the standard and are not intended to represent terminal identi6cation.

The equilateral (-+H triangle shall be IDled and shall touch the semiconductor base-region symbol. I EC NOTE 8.2.2A: The triangle points in the direction of the forward (easy) current as indicated by a direct-current ammeter. unless otherwise noted adjfocent to the symbol. Electron flow is in the opposite direction.

8.2.2.1 P region on N region (I')

• .1 .....L(N)

IEC

('1

n:c

8.2 Element Symbols 8.2.1 Semiconductor region with one ohmic connection

8.2.2.2 N region on P region

lEe

I

8.2.1.1 Semiconductor region with a plurality of ohmic connections Examples show 2 ohmic connections. IE('

+ -rOR

lEe

Collector element symbols shall be drawn at an angle of approximately 60 degrees to the semiconductor base-region symbol. IEC

) l ) l

(N

IEC

(I')

OR

(N

(I')

8;2.3 Enhancement-type semiconductor region with plurality of ohmic connections and a rectifying junction Portions of the interrupted channel line haVing ohmic contacts shall be of equal length. and drawn Significantly longer than the center-channer section. Channel gaps shall be of equal length and approximately equal to the center-channel length.

As shown, the horizontal line is the semiconductor region and the vertical line is an ohmic connection.

The line representing the ohmic connection shall not be drawn at the very end of the line representing the semiconductor region.

As shown, the slant line representc; the collector.

8.2.5.1 Plurality of collectors on region of dissimilar-conductivity type

(N)

IEC

NOTE S.IE: The elements of the symbol must be drawn in such an order as to show clearly the operating function of the device. I EC

8.2.5 Collector on region of dissimilarconductivity type

OR

NOTE 8.1e: In general. the angle at which a lead is brought to a symbol element has no signi6cance. I EC NOTE S.ID: Orientation. including a mirrorimage presentation, does not change the meaning of a symbol. I fo:(' For exceptioDS to this rule. see item 8.3. -

8.2.4.2.1 Plurality of N emitters on P region

8.2.4 Emitter on region of dissimilarconductivity type As shown, the slant line with arrow represents the emitter. Arrowheads on both the Nand P emitter symbols shall be half the length of the arrow away from the semiconductor base-region symbol. lEe Emitter element symbols shall be drawn at an angle of apprOXimately 60 degrees to the semiconductor base-region symbol.

8.2.6 Transition between regions of disSimilar-conductivity types, either P to Nor N to P. The short slant line indicates point of change along the horizontal line from P to N or N to P. No connections shall be made to the short slant line. IEC Transition-line element symbols shall be drawn at an angle of approximately 60 degrees ~the semiconductor base-region symbol. Jg The short lines used in transition symbols shall be appreciably shorter than collector or emitter symbols. IEC

8.2.1 Intrinsic region between 2 regions The intrinsic re~on lies between the linked slant lines. IEC 8.2.1.1 Between regions of dissimilarconductivity type, either PIN or NIP IEC

I-fl-

IEC

8.2.1.2 Between regions of similar-conductivity type, either PIP or NIN

8.2.4.1 P emitter on N region IE("

IEC

.J!L

OR

IEC

IT

8.2.4.1.1 Plurality of P emitters on N region

8.2.2 Rectifying J'unction or junction which influences a epletion layer Arrowheads (~) shall be half the length of the arrow away from the semiconductor base region. I EC

The connection to the collector is made to the long slant line. IEC

8.2.4.2 N emitter on P region IEC

8.2.1.3 Between a collector and a region of dissimilar-conductivity type, either PIN or NIP

L

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \ one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

54

SECTION 8 8.2.7.4 to 8.5.4

SECTION 8 8.2.7.4 to 8.5.4

Graphic Symbols for Semiconductor Devices

8.4.1 PNP transistor ( example of a three-element device)

8.2.7.4 Between a collector and a region of similar conductivity type, either PIP or NIN

For application, see symbol 8.5.9

The connection to the collector is made to the long slant line. I EC

Because there is no external connection to the gate, this lead shall not extend to the envelope symbol, if any.

8.2.9.2 Gate (no external connection)

Style 3

",

See Note 8.2.9A

8.2.8 Insulated gate

ACTUAL DEVICE (EI-fP ~(CI

If Ip

lEe:

(8)

Construction of symbol by succeSSively using symbols 8.2.4.1, 8.2.5, and 8.2.1. (E)

8.3 Special·Property Indicators The L-shaped insulated-gate element shall be drawn with one side spaced from, and parallel to, the channel between ohmic contacts. The comer of the gate element shall be drawn opposite the preferredsource ohmic contact. 8.2.8.1 One gate For an application, see symbol 8.6.10.2

J 8.2.8.2 Multiple gate (2 gates shown) For an application, see symbol 8.6.10.4.1 Insulated-gate elements are drawn as long as necessary to show each gate. The insulated-gate element drawn opposite the preferred source is designated as the primary gate. Additional gates are secondary gates. ..J ..J

See Note 8.1A

It'"

(8)

If necessary, a special function or property essential for circuit operation shall be indicated ( a ) by a supplementary symbol placed within the envelope or ad· jacent to the symbol, as shown in Style 1 symbols, or (b) included as part of the symbol, as shown in Style 2 symbols in item 8.5.

The orientation of the Style 1 specialproperty indicators with respect to the basic symbol is c;ritical. See the applications in item 8.5. 8.3.1 Breakdown

8.2.9.1 Gate (external connection) 8.2.9.1.1 General For application, see symbol 8.6.12.1 Style 3

J

See Note 8.2.9A 8.2.9.1.2 Having tum-off feature For application, see symbol 8.2.12.2 This special feature shall be indicated by a short line crossing the gate lead. Style 3 See Note 8.2.9A

J

ACTUAL DEVICE (4) (1) (5) (2) (6)

(9)

t®!®IIIINdlpl "

(7) (8)

,

(3)

Construction of symbol by succeSSively using symbols 8.2.4.1.1, 8.2.7.2., 8.2.7.3, and 8.2.1.1.

Style 1

lEe

J

Style 1

lEe

]

8.5 Typical Applications, Two-Terminal Devices

Style 1

lEe

[

See paragraph A4.11 of the Introduction

8.3.2 Tunneling

8.3.3 Backward

8.3.4 Capacitive

NOTE 8.2.9A: The gate symbol shall be drawn at an angle of approximately 30 0 to the axis of the basic diode symbol, and shall touch the cathode (or anode) symbol at a point approximately halfway between the center line of the symbol and the extremity of the cathode ( or anode) symbol.

8.4.2 PNINIP device (examplt; of a complex device with multiple emitters and bases)

Do not rotate or show in mirror-image form.

8.2.9 Gate; control electrode Applicable only to Style 3 symbols.

\r1

See also item 1.2

(C)

Style 1

~

;~

See Note 8AA 8.5.1 Semiconductor diode; semiconductor recti6er diode; metallic rectifier

8.4 Rules for Drawing Style 1 Symbols To draw a device symbol, start at an electrode whose polarity is known (usually an emitter) and proceed along the device, shOWing all of its regions individually. Finally, indicate ohmic connections where required. NOTE 8.4A: Numbers. letters, and words in parentheses are to correlate illustrations in the standard; they are not intended to represent device terminal numbering or identification and are not part of the symbol as shown in items 8.5, 8.6, 8.10, and 8.11. Name of Terminal Letter Anode A Base B Collector C Drain D Emitter E Gate G Cathode K Source S Main terminalT Substrate (bulk) U - Used with bidirectionnl thyristors. The terminals are differentiated by numerical subscripts 1 and 2, T. being the terminal to which the gate trigger signal is referenced, if applicable.

IEC

'Al-B-'Kl

8.5.2 Capacitive diode (varactor)

Style 1

IEC

8

Style 2

8.5.3 Temperature-dependent diode lEe

8.5.4 Photodiode See item 1.3

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line lone-line) diagrams appear at the left. symbols for complete diagrams at the right. and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

55

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~

\U

SECTION B 8.5.4.1 to B.5.9

SECTION B B.5.4.1 to 8,5.9

Graphic Symbols for Semiconductor Devices

8.5.4.1 Photosensitive type

8.5.6.2 Bidirectional diode

8.5.7.2 Backward diode; tunnel rectifier

Style I

For this application, Note B.2.2A does not apply.

8.5.4.2 Photoemis5ive type

eJ ©

Style 1

See also item 11.1.1

OR

Style 2

8.5.4.3 Bidirectional photodiode; photo-duo-diode (photosensitive type)

8.5.6.3 Unidirectional negative-resistance breakdown diode; trigger diae 8.5.6.3.1 NPN-type

8.5.4.3.1 NPN-type

(K~A)

"

IE('

(T'8(T)

8.5.4.3.2 PNP-type

8

Style 2

8.5.8 Thyristor, reverse-blocking diodetype

~

8.5.8.1 Ceneral

(AlgI

8.5.6.3.2 PNP-type

~

Style I ( A nK)

(T)8(T)

8.5.4.4 Photosensitive type: 2-segment, with common cathode lead

~ ([email protected](AI

lEe

'CJ

OR

((9

8.5.6.4 Bidirectional negative resistance breakdown diode; trigger diac

(kl

8.5.6.4.1 NPN-type

(K)

Style 3

8.5.4.5 Photosensitive type: 4-quadrant, with common cathode lead

~CAI

8.5.8.2 Light-activated type

8.5.6.4.2 PNP-type

IAI

Style I

8.5.5 Storage diode

IEC

OR

8.5.6 Breakdown diode; ~ overvoltage absorber

~(Al

8.5.7 Tunnel and backward diodes

6)

8.5.7.1 Tunnel diode

See also item 9.3 8.5.6.1 Unidirectional diode; voltage regulator

For this application, Note B.2.2A does not apply. (AleJ(KI

Style 1

Style I

(K)

Style 3

OR

OR

8.5.9 Thyristor, type; hi-switch

bidirectional

See also symboIB.a.I5 Style 2 Style 2 NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line ~one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the rigllt, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

56

diode

SECTION 8 8.5.10 to 8.6.11

SECTION 8 8.5.10 to 8.6.11

Graphic Symbols for Semiconductor Devices

8.5.10 Phototransistor (NPN-type) (without external base connection) See also symbol 8.6.16, for 3-terminal device

8.6.3 NPN transistor with transversebiased base See paragraph A4.11 of the Introduction

(Ene) ~

IEC

8.6.10 Field-effect transistor with Nchannel ( junction gate and insulated gate) 8.6.10.1 N-channel junction gate

If desired, the junction-gate symbol element may be drawn opposite the preferred source.

(BIl (B2)

8.6.4 PNIP transistor with ohmic connection to the intrinsic region

8.5.11 Current regulator

..r

(A)

(K'

(Ene,

C A ) e CK )

8.5.13 Step recovery diode

IE'(1/

CA)-9-CK)

8.6 Typical Applications, Three- ( or more) Terminal Devices

(BI) (82)

(G)'6AS)

8.6.10.2 N-channel insulated-gate, depletion-type, Single-gate, passive-bulk (substrate), three-terminal device

11-:,.

IIt:\(O) (G)\t,9CS)

8.6.10.3 N-channel insulated-gate, depletion-type, single-gate, active-bulk ( ~ubstrate) internally tenninated to source, three-terminal device

8.6.6 PNIN transistor with ohmic connection to the intrinsic region

IIt:\(O) (G)\l,9'CS)

See paragraph A4.11 of the Introduction

See paragraph A4.11 of the Introduction

IEC

fP\(O)

(BI) (B2)

8.6.5 NPIN transistor with ohmic connection to the intrinsic region

(Ene, W

lEe

IE'f;;J}'

8.6.10.4 N-channel insulated-gate, depletion-type, Single-gate, active-bulk ( su bstrate) externally terminated, fourterminal device

(BI) (B2)

@

(8)

8.6.1.1 Application: PNP transistor with one electrode connected to envelope (in this case, the collector electrode)

8.6.7 NPIP transistor with ohmic connection to the intrinsic region See paragraph A4.11 of the Introduction

(Ene, IEC

CO) (S)

OR

See paragraph A4.11 of the Introduction

8.6.1 PNP transistor (also PNIP transistor, if omitting the intrinsic region will not result in amoiguity)

EQ

~

IEC

NOTE 8.5.12A: Use symbol 8.5.1 unless essentiaJ to show intrinsic region.

Style 2

(G)

See paragraph A4.ll of the Introduction

8.5.12 PIN-type diode

Style 1

See paragraph A4.11 of the Introduction

(O) (U) (S)

(G)

8.6.10.4.1 Application: N-channel insulated-gate, depletion-type, two-gate, Rve-tenninal device

(G2)~(O) (U)

~

(GI)

(S)

(BI) (B2)

8..6.2 NPN transistor (also NPIN transistor, if omitting the intrinsic region will not result in ambiguity)

8.6.8 Unijunction transistor with Ntype base

8.6.10.5 N-channel insulated-gate, enhancement-type, Single-gate, active-bulk ( substrate) externally terminated, fourtenninal device

See paragraph A4.11 of the Introduction

@

O) U)

See paragraph A4.11 of the Introduction (E)~(B2)

(G)

(Ene) lEe

W(BI)

W ( B)

8.6.9 Unijunction transistor with P-

8.6.10.5.1 Application: N-channel insulated-gate. enhancement-type, two-gate, Rve-terminal device

type base

8.6.2.1 Application: NPN transistor with multiple emitters (with 4 emitters shown) lEI lEI lEI IE) Ie) m;

lEt'

See paragraph A4.ll of the Introduction (E)~(B2)

('SS'10

W(BI)

IB)

(S)

(G2)~«c:J) (GI)~(S)

8.6.11 Field-effect transistor with P('hannel ( junction gate and insulated gate)

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line ,one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

57 -

1--

Graphic Symbols for Semiconductor Devices

SECTION 8 8.6.11.1 to 8.9 8.6.11.1 P-channel junction gate

8.6.12.1 General

(o)

(A'~l/

(S)

(G)

See paragraph A4.11 of the Introduction (G)

SECTION 8 8.6.11.1 to 8.9

@

Style 1

OR

(h(0)

Style 3

IE('

(G)'6'(S)

8.6.16 Phototransistor (PNP-type) See also symbol 8.5.10, for 2-terminal device

~

_tE10(C)

(~:~(K'

(8)

8.6.17 Darlington transistor (NPNtype)

8.6.12.2 Gate turn-off type 8.6.11.2 P-channel insulated-gate, depletion-type, single-gate, passive-bulk (substrate), three-terminal device

IrrW

(C)

(G~ Style 3

lEe

(B)

(A)O(K)

@),

IE)

(/2\(0)

(G)\!..9(S)

8.6.11.3 P-channel insulated-gate, depletion-type, single-gate, active-bulk (substrate) internally terminated to source, three-terminal device

8.6.13 Thyristor, fl·verse-hlocking triode-type, P-type ~ate; semiconductor controlled rectifier, P-type gate See paragraph A4.11 of the Introduction 8.6.13.1 General

See paragraph A4.11 of the Introduction 8.7.1 Asymmetrical transducer

8.7.2 Symmetrical transducer (resistive)

Style 1

USE

8.6.11.4 P-channel insulated-gate, depletion-type, single-gate, active-bulk (substrate) externally terminated, fourterminal device

@

8.6.11.4.1 Application: P-channel insulated-gate, depletion-type, two-gale, nve-terminal device

(S

(G2) (GI)

(D) (U) (S)

8.6.11.5 P-channel insulated-gate, enhancement type, single-gate, active-bulk (substrate) externally terminated, fourterminal device (G)

SY~fBOL

photoconductive 2.1.13

8.7.3 Photovoltaic transducer; harrit.>r photoc:ell; blocking-layer cell; solar cell Style 3

(D) (U) (5)

(G)

IE('

photoconductive

USE SYMBOL 8.5.4.1

1It:\(0)

(G)\L9'(S)

8.7 Photosensitive Cell

8.6.13.2 Gate turn-off type

a

Style 3

8.8 Semiconductor Thermocouple G

)

(A)O(K)

8.6.14 Thyristor, reverse-blocking tetrodc-type; semiconductor controlled switch

(O) (U) (S)

(G2)@(O) (U) (GI) (5)

See paragraph A4.11 of the Introdudion

8.8.2 Current-measuring

Style 1

@

8.6.11.5.1 Application: P-channel insulated-gate, enhanc('ment-type, twogat~, five-tl'rminal device

8.8.1 Temperature-measuring

8.9 Hall Element Hall Generator See paragraph A4.11 of the Introduction Style 3

8.6.15 Thyristor, bidirectional triodetype; triac; gated switch

NOTE 8.9A: Wand X are the currl'nt tenninals; Y and Z are the voltllge output tenninnls. LeHers are for explnnation uncI are not part of the symbol. If polnrity markings (symbol 1.6) are shown, the direction of the magnetic field mllst be defined. tV)

Iw'-$-IX'

See also symbol 8.5.9 8.6.12 Thyristor, reverse-blocking triode-type, N-type gate; semiconductor controlled rectifier, N-type gate

~G) Style 3

(T)~(T)

See paragraph A4.11 of the Introdudion

See Note 8.9A

(Z)

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \ one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complet~ diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

58

Graphic Symbols for Semiconductor Devices

SECTION 8 8.10 to 8.11.2 ~-

8.10 Photon-Coupled Isolator

1

See also symbol 1.5.8.1 NOTE R.I0A: T i~ the tran~mitter; R is the receiver. The letters are for ('x planation and are not part of the symbol. Explanatory infonnation should be added to explain cin'uit operation.

8.10.1 General

S('e Note 8.10A 8.10.2 Complete isolator (single-package type)

St.·e Note 8.10A 8.10.3 Application: Incandescent lamp and symmetrical photocondtlctiv(' transducer

8.10.4 Application: diode and phototransistor

Photoemissive (A)

(e)

G~QEI (K)

(8)

8.11 Solid-State Thyratron (replacement type) St.·e symbol 7.3.9 NOTE B.llA: If the thyratron replacement has only one cathode lead, see symbol 8.6.13.1, Style 3.

8.11.1 Balanced (AI

[email protected] (KII (K21

8.11.2 Unbalanced IAI


Cross References Bridge-Type Rectifier (item 16.3.3)

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \ one-line) diagrams appear at tho left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

59

SECTION 8 B.10 to 8.11.2

SECTION 9 9.1 to

SECTION 9 9.1 to

Graphic Symbols for Circuit Protectors

9.4.4

9.1 Fuse (one-time thermal current-overload device )

9.1.5 Isolating fuse-switch for on-load SWitching

9.4.4

9.3.7 Valve or film element

-HI-

9.1.1 General

0.3.8 Multigap, general

9.3.9 Application: gap plus valve plus ground, 2-pole

OR

9.1.6 Temperature-sensitive fuse (ambient-temperature "perated) USE SYMBOL 2.12.3 9.2 Current Limiter (for power cable) The arrowheads in this case are filled.

OR

NOTE 9.2A: Use appropriate number of single-line diagram symbols.

See Note 9.2A 9.1.1.1 Fuse, supply side indicated by a thick line

Avoid conflict with symbol 1.7.3 if used on the same diagram.

9.4 Circuit Breaker

!J

If it is desired to show the condition causing the breaker to trip, the relay protective-function symbols in item 9.5.1 may be used alongside the breaker symbol. 9.4.1 General

9.3 Lightning Arrester f) Arrester (electric surge, etc) Gap See also symbol 8.5.6 9.1.2 Fuse with alann contact NOTE 9.1.2A: When fuse blows, alann bus A i5 connected to power supply bus S. The letters S (supply), L (load), and A (alann circuit) are for ezplanation only, and are not part of the symbol.

lEe

rB A-+~ S

See Note 9.1.2A

9.1.3 Isolating fuse-switch; high-voltage primary fuse cutout, dry

9.3.1 General

9.3.2 Carbon block; telephone protector block !J The sides of the rectangle shall be approXimately in the ratio of 1 to 2 and the space between rectangles shall be approXimately equal to tile width of a rectangle.

This symbol is not composed of arrowheads.

~>>--

$ ~ I

9.4.3 Network protector

-flO9.3.3 Electrolytic or aluminum cell

9.1.4 High-voltage primary fuse cutout, oil

9.4.2 Air circuit breaker, if distinction is needed; for alternating-current circuit breakers rated at 1,500 volts or less and for all direct-current circuit breakers

9.3.4 Hom gap

9.3.5 Protective gap

9.4.4 Circuit breaker, other than covered by symbol 9.4.1 The symbol in the right column is for a 3-pole breaker. NOTE 9.4.4A: On a power diagram, the symbol may be used without other identification. On a composite drawing where confusion with the general circuit element symbol (item 16.1) may result, add the identifying letters CB inside or adjacent to the square.

These triangles shall not be filled.

OR

9.3.6 Sphere gap See Note 9.4.4A

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general infonnation (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line ,one-line) diagrams appear at tho left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

60

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SECTION 9 9.4.5 to 9.5.12.20 9.4.5 Application: 3-pole circuit breaker with thennal-overload device in all 3 poles

1)-~)_11

I) ~

~

~~~

~

OR

OR

fff

f

9.4.6 Application: 3-pole circuit breaker with magnetic-overload device in a113 poles

IEC

IEC

9.4.7 Application: breaker, drawout type

r".

II

IE('

lEe

t)-!)!1

fff

9.5 Protective Relay Fundamental symbols for contacts, coils, mechanical connections, etc, are the basis of relay symbols and should be used to represent relays on complete diagrams. See RELAY COIL; OPERATING COIL (item 4.5) and RELAY (item 4.30) 9.5.1 Relay protective functions The following symbols may be used to indicate protective functions, or device-function numbers may be placed in the circle or adjacent to the basic symbol (see American National Standard for Manual and Automatic Station Control, Supervisory, and Associated Telemetering Equipments, C37.2-1970).





I. . . .

i'

..

X•

9.5.12.6 Balanced current

..

1\

9.5.12.7 Differential current II

X ..

9.5.12.8 Distnnce

9.5.8 Carrier current, general

·z•

,-----cc 9.5.9 Operating quantity The operating quantity is indicated by the following letters or symbols placed either on or immediately above the relay protective-function symbols shown above. C ·Current Distance Z F Frequency GP Gas pressure Phase ti' W Power S Synchronism T Temperature V Voltage • The use of the letter may be omitted in the case of current, and the absence of such letter presupposes that the relay operates on current. 9.5.10 Ground relays Relays operative on residual current only are so deSignated by attaching the ground symbol ~ II to the relay protectivefunction symbol. Note that the zero phase-sequence designation given below may be used instead when desirable. 9.5.11 Phase-sequence quantities Operations on phase-sequence quantities may be indicated by the use of the conventional subscripts 0, 1, and 2 after the letter indicating the operating quantity. 9.5.12 Applications

9.5.12.9 Directional distance



9.5.12.10 Overfrequency

..

F



9.5.12.11 Overtemperature

..

..

T



9.5.12.12 Phase balance ~

1\



9.5.12.13 Phase sequence

-

..

9.5.12.14 Pilot wire, differential-current

9.5.12.15 pilot wire, directional-comparison

~PW 9.5.12.16 Carrier pilot

~cc 9.5.12.17 Positive phase-sequence undervoltage

y

1

<

9.5.12.18 overcurrent

Negative

phase-sequence

9.5.12.1 Overcurrent



• 9.5.12.2 Directional overcurrent

NOTE 9.5.1A: An operating-quantity symbol must be added to the general symbols 9.5.2 through 9.5.6 in accordance with the rules of 9.5.9.

9.5.2 Over, general



1\

,----PW

circuit

111

9.5.12.5 Power directional

9.5.7 Pilot wire, general

fff

3-pole

9.5.5 Balance, general

9.5.6 Differential, general

1)-1)_1)

I)

t. 2 T

..

1)-~)_11

I)

f

SECTION 9 9.4.5 to 9.5.12.20

Graphic Symbols for Circuit Protectors

..

9.5.12.19 Gas-pressure (Buchholz) GP



9.5.12.20 Out-of-step

• 9.5.12.3 Directional residual overCllrrent



s A



• 9.5.3 Under, general 9.5.12.4 Undervoltage

<

:>

9.5.4 Direction, general; directional over

:>

V

<

Cross References



NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general infonnation (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line ,one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

61

SECTION 10 10.1 to 10.4.3 10.1 Audible-Signaling Device

t EMN

Electromagnetic with moving coil and neutralizing winding ( moving-coil leads should be identified)

:MG :PM

MagnetiC armature Permanent magnet with moving coil

10.1.1 Bell, electrical f.); telephone ringer El NOTE 10.1.1A: If speciSc identification is required, the abbreviation AC (or symbol 1.8.2) or DC (or lower symbol 1.8.1) may be added within or adjacent to the symbol.

--D

IE<.:"

lEe

=D OR

OR

-CD

SECTION 10 10.1 to 10.4.3

Graphic Symbols for Acoustic Devices

lEe

lEe

::CO

~ Note: The • and

t

are not part of the symbol.

10.1.3.3 Loudspeaker-microphone; underwater sound transducer, two-way

--e

10.3.5 4-conductor handset with pushto-talk switch

10.3.6 Operator's set

OR

See Note 10.1.1A 10.1.1.1 Single-stroke

10.3.4 4-conductor handset

10.4 Telephone Receiver Earphone f) Hearing-Aid Receiver 10.4.1 General

10.4.2 Headset, double

10.1.2 Buzzer !I

/

9

10.1.4 Telegraph sounder f.)

~

See Note 10.1.IA 10.1.3 Loudspeaker EJ.u;& Horn, Electrical EJ Siren fI Underwater Sound Transducer (with acoustic output) Sound Reproducer

,

10.2 Microphone f) Telephone Transmitter

10.4.3 Headset, Single

,-,

/

~

9

10.2.1 General

10.1.3.1 General OR

OR

Cross References

D10.3 Handset !1 Operator's Set 10.3.1 General 10.1.3.2 Application: specific types

IE specific identification of loudspeaker types is required, the following letter combinations may be added in tile symbol at the locations indicated by the • and the :: ·HN ·HW eLS ·SN tEM

Hom, electrical !J Howler Loudspeaker f.) Siren !l Electromagnetic with moving coil ( mOVing-coil leads should be identified)

10.3.2 With push-to-talk switch

10.3.3 3-conductor handset

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general infonnation (note especially A3.I). 2. Symbols for single-line ,one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

62

,

Graphic Symbols for Lamps and Visual-Signaling Devices

SECTION 11 11.1 to 11.2.8

11.1 Lamp

11.1.4 Incandescent lamp f) (incandescent-filament illuminating lamp)

See also item 8.5.4.2

11.1.1 Lamp, general; light source, general 11.1.5 Ballast lamp; ballast tube The primary characteristic of the element within the circle is designed to vary nonlinearly with the temperature of the element.

See also item 11.2.7

NOTE 11.1.1A: This symbol may be used to represent one or more lamps with or without operating auxiliaries. NOTE 11.1.1B: If it is essential to indicate the following characteristics, the specified letter or letters may be inserted within or placed adjacent to the symbol. A B C C

o

OP P

R W

Y

Amber Blue Clear Green Orange Opalescent Purple Red White Yellow

See paragraph A4.11 of the Introduction

11.2.8

11.2.7 Indicating, pilot, signaling, or switchboard light; indicator light E1; signal light EJ NOTE 1l.2.7A:The asterisk is not part of the circular symbol. Always add the letter or letters for colors specified in Note 11.1.1B within or adjacent to the circle. To avoid confusion with meter or basic relay symbols, add suffix L or IL to the letter or letters, for example, RL or RIL placed within or adjacent to the circle.

If confusion with other circular symbols may occur, the D-shaped symbol should be used.

o 11.1.6 Electronic flash tube (lamp)

r±:7

J~

OR

::::Q)

See Note 11.1.1B

OR

·See Note 11.2.7A 11.2 Visual-Signaling Device 11.2.1 Annunciator

ARC EL FL HC IN IR NA NE UV XE LED

SECTION 11 11.1 to

Arc

Electroluminescent Fluorescent Mercury vapor Incandescent Infrared Sodium vapor Neon Ultraviolet Xenon Light-emitting diode

Avoid conflict with symbols 4.5, 12.1.1, a~d 13.1.2 if used on the same diagram.

E1 (general)

11.2.7.1 Application: green signal light

--0

OR

--0-

NOTE 11.1.1C: For polarity-sensitive devices. identify the appropriate lead with the (+) polarity mark.

11.1.2 Fluorescent lamp f) 11.1.2.1 2-tenninal

OR

11.2.2 Annunciator drop or Signal, shutter or grid type 11.2.8 Jeweled signal light

11.2.3 Annunciator drop or signal, ball type


Cross References 11.1.2.24-tenninal 11.2.4 Manually restored drop 11.1.3 Glow lamp lamp; neon lamp

B,

cold-cathode

11.1.3.1 Altemating-current type 11.2.5 Electrically restored drop

11.1.3.2 Direct-current type See also ELECfRON TUBE (symbol 7.3.4.1 )

11.2.6 Communication switchboardtype lamp; indicating lamp

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general infonMtion (nole especialiy Al.l). 2. Symbols for single-line \one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

63

Graphic Symbols for Readout Devices

SECTION 12 12.1 to 12.2.2

12.1.1 Galvanometer

12.1 Meter Instrument NOTE 12.1A: The asterisk is not part of the symbol. Always replace the asterisk by one of the following letter comhinations, depending on the function of the meter or instrument, unless some other identification is provided in the circle and explained on the diagram.

o

A AH C CMA CMC CMV CRO DB DBM DM DTR F GD I INT p.A or UA MA NM OHM OP OSCG PF PH PI RD REC RF SY to THC TLM

TT V VA VAR VARH VI VU W WH

• See Note 12.1A

Ammeter EJ J F.(' Ampere-hour meter Coulombmeter Contact-making (or breaking) ammeter Contact-making (or breaking) clock Contact-making (or breaking) voltmeter Oscilloscope B Cathode-ray oscillograph DB (decibel) meter Audio level/meter fl DBM (decibels referred to 1 milliwatt) meter Demand meter Demand-totalizing relay Frequency meter EI Ground detector Indicating meter Integrating meter

El

Avoid conflict with symbols 4.5 and 13.1.2 if used on the same diagram. lEe

0 OR

o

12.2 Electromagnetically Operated Counter Message Register 12.2.1 General

12.2.2 With make contact

Cross References

Microammeter Milliammeter Noise meter Ohmmeter EI Oil pressure meter Oscillograph, string Power factor meter Phasemeter f) Position indicator Recording demand meter Recording meter Reactive factor meter Synchroscope Temperature meter Thennal converter Telemeter Total time meter Elapsed time meter Voltmeter!J .1-:(' Volt-ammeter Vanneter f) Varhour meter Volume indicator Audio-level meter !j Standard volume indicator Audio-level meter EJ Wattmeter B n:(' Watthour meter

NOTES: I. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line ,one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

64

SECTION 12 12.1 to 12.2.2

SECTION 13 13.1 to 13.4.8

SECTION 13 13.1 to 13.4.8

Graphic Symbols for Rotating Machinery

13.1 Rotating Machine 13.1.1 Basic IEC

0

13.1.2 Generator!J (general)

13.2 Field, Generator or Motor Either symbol of item 6.2.1 may be used in the folloWing items. 13.2.1 Compensating or commutating I EC

---fY'\...-

13.2.2 Series Avoid conflict with symbols 12.1.1 and 21.5.1 if used on the same diagram. OR

9

13.2.3 Shunt, or separately excited lEe

13.4.2 : Separately excited direct-current generator or motor; with commutating or compensating field winding, or both

--~~

¢~

13.4.3 :Compositely excited directcurrent generator or motor; with commutating or compensating field winding, or both

..rYYY'\..

13.2.4 Pennanent magnet

13.1.2.1 Generator, direct-current USE SYMBOL 2.8 13.3 Winding Connection Symbols 13.1.2.2 Generator, alternating-current IEC

®

13.1.2.3 Generator, synchronous lEe

13.1.3 Motor IEC

Motor and generator winding connection symbols may be shown in the basic circle using the following representations. 13.3.1 I-phase

B (general)

I

o

@

13.4.4 : Direct-current series motor or 2-wire generator

13.3.2 2-phase

I

~ 13.4.5 : Direct-current series motor or 2-wire generator; with commutating or compensating field winding, or both

® OR

13.3.3 3-phase wye (ungrounded) I

I

13.1.3.1 Motor, direct-current IEC

®

13.3.4 3-phase wye (grounded)

13.1.3.2 Motor, alternating-current IEC

®

13.4.6 f Direct-current shunt motor or 2-wire generator

13.3.5 3-phase delta

@

13.3.6 6-phase diametrical

13.1.4 Motor, multispeed USE SYMBOLS 13.1.3 AND NOTE SPEEDS

I

I

13.1.3.3 Motor, synchronous IEC

~

13.3.7 6-phase double-delta

~ 13.4.7 : Direct-current shunt motor or 2-wire generator; with commutating or compensating field Winding, or both I

I

13.1.5 t Rotating annature with commutator and brushes

I

13.4 Applications: Direct-Current Machines

~

13.1.6 Hand generator

13.4.1 f Separately excited direct-current generator or motor

13.4.8 t Direct-current pennanent-magnet-field generator or motor

I

o

t The broken line • - • indicates where line connection to a symbol is made and is not part of the symbol.

I

--Q~

I

,0']

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line ,one-line) diagrams appear at tho left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right. and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered iD each column.

65

SECTION 13 13.4.9 to 13.5.2

SECTION 13 13.4.9 to 13.5.2

Graphic Symbols for Rotating Machinery

13.4.9 t Direct-current compound motor or 2-wire generator or sta1:iilized shunt motor

13.4.15 t Direct-current balancer, shunt wound

I

13.4.22 t Regulating generator (rotary ampli6er), shunt wound with compensating field winding and short-circuited brushes

1

~ 13.4.10 t Direct-current compound motor or 2-wire generator or stabilized shunt motor; with commutating or compensating field winding, or botli 13.4.16 t Direct-current balancer, compound wound

13.4.23 t Regulating generator (rotary amplifier), shunt woud with compensating field winding, without short-circuited brushes

I

1

~ 13.4.11 t Direct-current 3-wire shunt generator I

13.4.24 DC-to-dc rotary converter with common permanent magnetic field

I

;9r 13.4.12 t Direct-current 3-wire shunt generator; with commutating or compensating field winding, or both

13.4.17 t Dynamotor I

I

1



00 13.4.18

t Double-current generator

I

13.4.25 DC-to-dc rotary converter with common field winding

1

~ 13.4.13 tDirect-current 3-wire compound generator I

1

~ 13.4.14 tDirect-current 3-wire compound generator; with commutating or compensating field winding, or botli

13.4.19 excited

t Acyclic generator, separately 13.5 Applications: Machines

I

~2r 13.4.20 t Regulating generator (rotary amplifier), shunt wound with short-circuited brushes

13.4.21 t Regulating generator (rotary ampli6er ), shunt wound without shortcircuited brushes

Altemating-Current

13.5.1 t Squirrel-cage induction motor or generator, split-phase induction motor or generator, rotary phase converter, or repulsion motor I

1

o 13.5.2 t Wound-rotor induction motor, synchronous induction motor, induction generator, or induction frequency converter

t The broken line • _. indicates where line connection to a symbol is ~ade and is not part of the symbol. NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note ~iaUy A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \one-Iine) diagrams appear at the left. symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered ill each column.

66

SECTION 13 13.5.3 to 13.7.1

-J

13.5.3 ~Altemating-current series motor

~

13.5.4 ~ Alternating-current series motor, with commutating or compensating field winding, or both

Graphic Symbols for Rotating Machinery 13.5.13 Series-characteristic

SECTION 13 13.5.3 to 13.7.1 brush-

;;_rorM~~~~p~~

13.5.14 Ohmic-drop exciter with 3- or 6-phase input

13.6.2 ~ Synchronous motor, generator, or condenser with neutral brought out

13.6.3 tSynchronous motor, generator, or condenser with both ends of each phase brought out

13.5.15 Ohmic-drop exciter with 3- or 6-phase input, with output leads 13.6.4 t Double-winding synchronous generator, motor, or condenser 13.5.5 ~ I-phase shaded-pole motor

--0

13.5.16 3-phase regulating machine

13.5.6 : I-phase repulSion-start induction motor 13.6.5 ~ Synchronous-synchronous frequency changer

[email protected] 13.5.7 t I-phase hysteresis motor

--Q

--6 13.5.8 : Reluctance motor

13.5.17 Phase shifter with I-phase output

--0 13.5.9 t I-phase subsynchronous reluctance motor

--0 13.5.10 t Magnetoelectric generator, 1phase; telephone magneto

--0 ]

:0]

13.5.11 : Shunt-characteristic brushshifting motor

See PHASE SHIFfER (item 16.6) and TRANSFORMER (item 6.4)

~

$

13.5.12 ~ Series-characteristic brushshifting motor with 3-phase rotor

13.6 ApplicatioDS: Altemating-Current Machines with Direct-Current Field Excitation

~



13.6.1 t Synchronous motor, generator, or condenser

-0-



I The broken line • _. indicates where line connection to a symbol is made and is not part of the symbol.

13.6.6 t Synchronous-induction quency changer

fre-

See PHASE SHIFTER (item 16.6) and TRANSFORMER (item 6.4)

+

I

--6

13.5.18 Phase shifter with 3-phase output

.-0

I

I

I

13.7 ApplicatioDS: Alternating- and Di· red-Current CAmposite 13.7.1 tSynchronous or regulating-pole converter



I

-<>-

o~

NOTES: 1. See IntroduNion for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \ one-line) diagrams appear at tho 1eft, symbols for complete diagrams at tho right. and symbols suitable for both purposes Ale ct!Dtered in each column.

67

SECTION 13 13.7.2 to 13.8.4

Graphic Symbols for Rotating Machinery

13.7.2 tSyncluonous booster or regulating-pole converter; with commutating or compensating field windings, or botli

13.8 S)'Dchro fI

If identification is required, a letter combination from the follOWing list shall be placed adjacent to the symliol to indicate the type of synchro.

CDX Control-differential transmitter Control transformer Control transmitter TDR Torque-differential receiver TDX Torque-differential transmitter TR Torque receiver TX Torque transmitter RS Resolver CT

CX

13.7.3 tSynchronous converter, shuntwound with commutating or compensating field windings, or both

If the outer Winding is rotatable in bearings, the suflix B shall be added to the abOve letter combinations. 13.8.1 General Complete symbols may also be formed by ~g the wincIlng symbol 6.2.1.

13.8.2 Synchro, control transformer; synchro, receiver f) ; synchro, transmitter

EI

13.7.4 1Synchronous converter, compound-wound with commutating or compensating field windings, or bOth

13.8.3 Synchro, dUferential receiver; synchro, differential transmitter lJ

13.8.4 Synchro, resolver f) Type shown: 2-phase rotor and 2-phase stator

13.7.5 t Motor converter I

I

$-

Cross References

S The broken line • -. indicates where line connection to a symbol is made and is not part of the symbol. NOTES: I. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \ one-Une) diagrams appear at tho left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

68

SECTION 13 13.7.2 to 13.8.4

SEaI'ION 14 14.1 to 14.4.3

Graphic Symbols for Mechanical Functions

14.1 Meehanical CoDDedion Mechanical Interlock The preferred location of the mechanical connection is as shown in the various applications, but other locations may be equally acceptable. 14.1.1 Mechanical connection The top symbol consists of short dashes. NOTE: 14.1.1A: The short paraDe1 IfDes should be used cmly where tbenI .. iDsuJBdeut space for tho short dashes in series. See symbol 4.9.3 for appUcaticm.

IEC

14.2.4.1 Alternating or reciprocating For application see symbol 2.3.7.7

SECTION 14 14.1 to 14.4.3 14.3.4 Brake released when operating means (not shown) is energized IE('

14.!.5 Rotation designation (applied to a resistor) CW indicates position of adjustable contact at the fimit of cloclcwise travel viewed from knob or actuator end unless otherwise indicated. NOTE 14.2.SA: The asterisk .. not part of tho qmbol. Always add idcntiBcation within or adjacent to the rectangle.

-----

--~-~

OR

--tl--~ 14.4 Manual Control 14.4.1 General ~ I I I

I

14.4.2 Operated by pushing

OR IEC

fi1 I

=

I

I

See Note 14.1.1A

OR

14.1.1 Mechanical connection or interlock with fulcrum These are short dashes.

14.4.S Operated by pushing and pulling (push - pull)

--~--

14.1.3 Mechanical interlock, other INDICATE BY A NOTE 14.1 Mechanical Motion 14.1.1 Translation, one direction

• See Note 14.2.SA

~ I

14.2.6 Rotational speed or angular velocity dependence, shown with rotational arrow

See symbol 4.24.4 for application

Cross References

lU.I Translation, both directions 14.3 Clutch Brake 14.1.3 Rotation, one direction

14.3.1 Clutch disengaged when operating means (not shown) is deenergized or nonoperated lEe

OR

14.2.3.1 Application: angular mo· tion, applied to open contact (make), symbol 4.3.2 NOTE: 14.2.3.1A: The asterisk .. DOt part of tho qmboL EaplaDatOl)' information (similar to typo shown) may be added if necessary to explaiD c:imdt opemtion.

1_--3 T

8 Jl./R£V*

_-'=iT__

--1 }--14.3.1 Clutch engaged when operating means ( not shown) is deenergized or nonoperated ~

__-:::t"'t:'__

OR

--tl---

OR

14.3.3 Brake applied when operating means (not shown) is energized • See Note 14.2.3.1A 14.!.4 Rotation, both directions

lEe

__ .J L'_~

OR

--1 }--~ NOTES: 1. See Introduction for geueral infonnation (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \one-line) diagrams appear at tho left. symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and qmbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

69

SECfION 15 15.1 to

SECTION 15 15.1 to 15.2.4

Graphic Symbols Commonly Used in Connection with VHF, UHF, SHF Circuits

15.2.4

15.1 Discontinuity (Introducing intentional wave reflection)

15.1.2.5 Inductance-capacitance circuit with infinite reactance at resonance

15.1.6 Multistub tuner with 3 stubs

A component that exhibits throughout the frequency range of interest the properties of the type of circuit element indicated by the symbol within the triangle. Commonly used for coaxial and waveguide transmission. 15.1.1

t General

-6-

15.1.1.1 Terminal discontinuity ( oneport)

15.1.1.2 Discontinuity (two-port)

IEC

D

15.1.2 Equivalent series element, general, in series with guided transmission path

15.1.3 Equivalent shunt element, general, in parallel with guided transmission path

Commonly used in coaxial and waveguide diagrams. 15.2.1 Coupling by aperture with an opening of Jess than full waveguide size

15.1.3.1 Capacitive susceptance

15.1.3.2 Inductive susceptance

IEC

-th-ih-

Transmission Joss may be indicated. NOTE lS.2.1A: The asterisk is not part of the symbol. Always replace the asterisk by E, H. or HE, depending CD the type of coupUng. E indicates that the physical plane of the aperture is perpendicular to the tnmsvene component of the major E lines. H indicates that the physical plane of the aperture is parallel to the transverse component of the major E lines. HE indicates coupling by all other kinds of apertures. IEC

0 • See Note IS.2.1A

15.1.3.3 Conductance

Jg

15.1.2.1 Capacitive reactance

15.2 Coupling

15.1.3.4 Inductance'capacitance circuit having zero reactance, infinite susceptance at resonance

15.2.1.1 Application: E-plane coupling by aperture to space IEC

-0

15.2.1.2 Application: E-plane coupling by a~rture; 2 ends of transmission path available IEC-%

15.2.1.3 Application: E-plane coupling by aperture; 3 ends of transmission patli 15.1.2.2 Inductive reactance

15.1.3.5 Inductance'capacitance cir· cuit having infinite reactance, zero susceptance at resonance

avadable

IEC

y

15.2.1.4 Application: E-plane coupling by a~rture; 4 ends of transinission path available

IEC-&

IE

15.1.2.3 Resistance

(E)

15.2.2 Coupling by loop to space 15.1.4 Slide-screw tuner IEC

~

15.2.3 Coupling by loop to guided transmission path 15.1.2.4 Inductance-capacitance circuit with zero reactance at resonance

IEC

15.1.5 E-H tuner

~

15.2.4 Coupling by loop from coaxial to circular waveguide witJi direct-current grounds connected

~ The broken line • _. indicates where line connection to a symbol is made and is not part of the symbol.

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-Une \ one-line) diagrams appear at the left. symbols for complete diagrams at the right. and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

70

SECI10N 15 15.2.5 to IS.S.1

SECTION 15 15.2.5 to IS.S.1

Graphic Symbols Commonly Used in Connection with VHF, UHF, SHF Circuits

15.2.5 Coupling by probe to space See OPEN CIRCUIT (item 3.S.1)

15.4 Hybrid Directionally Selective Transmission Devices 15.4.1 Hybrid (general)

15.2.6 Coupling by probe to guided transmission path

1

IEC

15.5 Mode Transducer Commonly used in coaxial and waveguide diagrams.

If it is desired to specify the type of transmission, appropriate indications may be added. 15.5.1 General

15.4.2 Hybrid, junction (magic T)

15.2.7 Coupling by probe from coaxial to rectangular waveguide with directcurrent grounds connected

Commonly used in coaxial and waveguide transmission

15.3 Directional Coupler !J

15.4.3 Application: rectangular waveguide and coaxial coupling

Commonly used in coaxial and waveguide diagrams. The arrows indicate the directions of power flow. Number of coupling paths, type of coupling, and transmission loss may be indicated. 15.3.1 General

lEe

T

15.5.2 Application: transition from rectangular to circular waveguide

15.5.3 Application: transition from rectangular waveguide to coaxial cable with mode suppression and direct-current grounds connected

lEe

--tffir -A-

15.4.4 Hybrid, circular (basic)

15.6 Mode Suppressor Commonly used in coaxial and waveguide transmission.

NOTE lS.4.4A: The asterisk is not part of the symbol. Always replace the asterisk by E. H, or HE. E indicates there is a principal E OR

x 15.3.2 ApElication: E-plane aperture coupling, 30-aecibel transmission loss

m

X

4"\J

30d8

15.6.1 General

15.7 Rotary Joint (radio-frequency tary coupler [] )

r0-

15.7.1 General: with rectangular waveguide system NOTE lS.7.1A: The asterisk is not part of the symbol. U necessary, a transmission path recognition symbol may be added. See symbol 3.6.

X®30d8

15.3.3 Application: loop coupling, 30decibel transmission loss lEe

transverse Seld in the plane of the ring. H indicates that there is a principal H transverse Seld in the plane of the ring. HE shaU be used for all other cases. An arm that bas coupling of a different type from that designated above shall be marked according to COUPLING (item IS.2.1). Critical distances should be labeled in terms of guide wavelengths.

• See Note IS.4.4A 15.4.4.1 Application: 4-ann circular hybrid

• See Note lS.7.1A 15.7.1.1 Application: coaxial type in rectangular waveguide system

15.3.4 Application: probe coupling, 30decibel transmission loss IE

XI SOd8

15.3.5 Application: resistance coupling, 3O-decibel transmission loss lEe

X~ SOd8

15.4.4.2 Application: rectangular waveguide circular hybrid with 3 arms coupling in the E plane and a fourth arm coupling in the H plane

15.7.1.2 Application: circular waveguide type in rectangular waveguide system

15.3.6 Application: directional coupler shOwing coupling loss and directivity

15.8 Nonreciprocal Devices

First value is coupling loss; second value is directivity.

See also symbol B.I0

-X lEe

15.8.1 Isolator

20d8 40 d8

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general infonnation (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \ one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

71

Graphic Symbols Commonly Used in Connection with VHF, UHF, SHF Circuits

SECTION 15 15.8.2 to 15.14.1

15.8.2 Nonreciprocal directional phase shifter

15.9.1 General Commonly used for coaxial and waveguide transmission.

C

lEe

OR

15.9.2 Application: resonator with mode suppression coupled by an E-plane aperture to a guided transmission path and by a loop to a coaxial path

15.8.3 Gyrator

SECfION 15 15.8.2 to 15.14.1

15.11.2 Transit-time split-plate type with stabilizing deflecting electrodes and internal circuit

¢

15.11.3 Tunable, aperture coupled

The longer arrow indicates the direction of propagation in which the required phase change occurs.

15.8.4 Circulator, fixed direction Arrowhead indicates direction of power flow from any input to next adjacent arm but not to any other arm. Circulator may have three or more ports.

15.9.3 Application: tunable resonator having adjustable Q coupled by a probe to a coaxial system

-&¢ 15.9.4 Application: tunable resonator with direct-current ground connected to an electron device and adjustably coupled by an E-plane aperture to a rectangular wavegui()e

15.12 Velocity-Modulation variation) Tube

(velocity-

i5.12.1 Reflex klystron, integral cavity,

a~~UPI;~

15.12.2 Double-cavity klystron, integral cavity, permanent extemally ganged tuning, loop coupled (coupling loop may be shown inside if desired). See symbol 15.2.2

15.8.4.1 Reversible direction Current entering the coil at the end marked with the dot causes the energy in the circulator to flow in the direction of the arrowhead marked with the dot.

15.10 Resonator (cavity-type) Tube 15.10.1 Single-cavity envelope and grid-type associated electrodes

~

15.8.5 Field-polarization rotator Arrow indicates direction of rotation of electric field when viewed in direction of Signal flow.

@ 15.8.6 Field-polarization modulator

V

15.10.2 Double-cavity envelope and grid-type associated electrodes

Cd ~

amplitude

w+

T

15.9 Resonator Tuned Cavity f)

15.13 Transmit-Receive (TR) Tube Gas-6lled, tunable integral cavity, aperture coupled, with starter.

15.10.3 Multicavity magnetron anode and envelope

o

15.14 Traveling-Wave-Tube 15.14.1 Forward-wave traveling-wavetube amplifier shown with four grids, having slow-wave structure with attenuation, magnetic focusing by external permanent magnet, rf input and rf output coupling, each by E-plime aperture to external rectangular waveguide.

15.11 Magnetron

15.11.1 Resonant type with coaxial output

Excluding piezoelectric and magnetostriction devices. NOTES: 1. S~ Introduction for general infonnation (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line lone-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

72

SECTION 15 15.14.2 to 15.19

SECTION 15 15.14.2 to 15.19

Graphic Symbols Commonly Used in Connection with VHF, UHF, SHF Circuits

15.14.2 Forward-wave traveling-wavetube amplifier shown with four grids, having slow-wave structure with attenuation, magnetic focusing by external permanent magnet, rf input and rf output coupling, each by inductive coupling

15.14.6 Backward-wave travelingwave-tube amplifier shown with two grids, having slow-wave structure with attenuation, sole (beam-aligning electrode ), magnetic fOCUSing by external permanent magnet, rf input and rf output coupling, each by E-plane aperture to external rectangular waveguide

15.16 FUter 15.16.1 Mode filter

15.16.2 Frequency filter (bandpass) See also symbol 16.1.1. 2 lEe

--i~~

15.11 Phase Shifter (matched) See also symbols 15.8.2 and 16.6 15.14.3 Forward-wave traveling-wavetube amplifier shown with four grids, haVing sJ9w-wave structure with attenuation, external electromagnetic focusing, rf input and rf output coupling, even by external cavity and loop coupling to a c0axial path

~

CLvJ

lEe

15.14.7 Backward-wave travelingwave-tube oscillator shown with two grids, having slow-wave structure with attenuation, sole ( beam-aligning electrode ), magnetic focusing by external permanent magnet, rf output coupling by inductive coupling

~ OR

me

~

15.18 Femte Bead RiDg See also symbol 6.1.4 NOTE lS.18A. If equivalent circuits must be .hOWD within the symbol, the size or the aspect ratio of the original symbol may be altered providing its distinctive shape is retained.

15.18.1 15.14.4 Forward-wave traveling-wavetube amplifier shown with four grids, having slow-wave structure with attenuation, magnetic focusing by external permanent magnet, rf input and rf output coupling, each by direct connection from slow-wave structure to a coaxial path

15.14.8 Backward-wave travelingwave-tube oscillator shown with two grids, having slow-wave structure with attenuation, sole ( beam-aligning electrode ), magnetic focusing by external permanent magnet, rf output coupling by inductive coupling, with slow-wave structure connected internally to collector

General-o-

15.18.2 Application: with eqUivalent circuit (LC D.~hown

15.19 Line Stretcher (with female connectors shown)

15.15 Balun

Cross References

15.15.1 General 15.14.5 Forward-wave traveling-wavetube amplifier shown with four grids, having blBlar slow-wave structure with attenuation, electrostatic focusing, rf input and rf output coupling, each by inductive coupling

lEe

-C

15.15.2+ Application: balun connected between a balanced dipole and unbalanced coaxial cable

+The broken line - - - indicates where line connection to a symbol is made and is not

part of the symbol

Bifilar Slow-Wave Structure (item 2.6.4) Capacitive Termination (item 2.2.10) Coaxial Cable, Recognition Symbol (item 3.1.9) Inductive Termination (item 6.2.7) Intentional Isolation of DC Path in Coaxial or Waveguide Applications (item 3.5) Pemlanent Magnet (item 2.8) Resistive Termination (item 2.1.11) Shunt Capacitor (item 2.2.11) Shunt Inductor (item 6.2.6) Shunt Resistor (item 2.1.10) Strip-Type Transmission Line (item 3.7) Tennination (item 3.8) Waveguide (item 3.6) Waveguide Flanges (item 5.7)

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general infonnation (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line ~ one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

73

SECTION IB IB.l to 16.3.4

Graphic Symbols for Composite Assemblies

SECTION IB IB.1 to IB.3.4 IB.l Circuit Assembly

Circuit Subassembly Circuit Element NOTE 16.IA: The asterisk is not part of the symbol. Always indicate the type of apparatus by appropriate words or letters in the rectangle. NOTE 16.IB: If identi6cation, electrical values, location data, and similar infonnation must be noted within a symbol, the size or the aspect ratio of the original symbol may be altered providing its distinctive shape is retained. NOTE 16.le: The use of a general circuitelement symbol is restricted to the following: a. Diagrams drawn in block fonn. b. A substitute for complex circuit elements when the internal operation of the circuit clemt.'Ilt is not important to the purpose of the diagram. c. Applications where a speci6c graphic symbol, or the parts to devise a suitable buildup, do not appear elsewhere in this standard.

NOTE 16.2.IA: If identi6cation, electrical values, location dnta, and similar infonnation must be noted within a symbol, the size or aspect ratio of the original symbol may be altered providiDg its distinctive shape is retained.

Amplifier use may be indicated in the triangle by words, standard abbreviations, or a letter combination from the following list: BDG BST CMP DC

EXP LIM MON PGM PRE PWR

TRQ

Bridging Booster Compression Direct-current Expansion Limiting Monitoring Program Preliminary Power Torque

18.2.7 Application: amplifier with associated power supply

See Note 16.2.1A 18.2.8 Application: amp1i6er with external feedback path

See Note IB.2,IA 18.3 Recti8er See ELECTRON TUBE (item 7.1), SEMICONDUCTOR DIODE (symbol B.S.l), and SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE (item B.l)

IB.l.l General

See Note 16.2.1A

• See Note IB.IA IB.l.l.1 Accepted abbreviations from ANSI Z32.13-1950 may be used in the rectangle.

18.2.2 Magnetic amplifier

16.1.1.2 The follOWing letter combinations may be used in the rectangle: IB.2.3 Application: amplifier with two

CLK Clock EQ Equalizer FAX Facsimile set EJ FL Filter FL-BE Filter, band-elimination FL-BP Filter, bandpass fJ FL-HP Filter, high-pass f) FL-LP Filter, low-pass El IND Indicator PS Power supply B RG Recording unit RU Reproducing unit ST-INV Static inverter DIAL Telephone dial TEL Telephone station TPR Teleprinter [) TrY TeletypeWriter f] 18.2 Ampli8er f)

inputs

See Note IB.2.1A

NOTE 16.3.1B: This symbol represents any method of recti6catioD ( electron tube, soUdstate device, electroc:hemical device, etc).

18.3.2 Controlled

16.2.4 Application: amplifier with two outputs See Notes 16.3.IA and B 16.3.3 Bridge-type rectifier See item B.5.1 See Note IB.2.1A 16.2,5 Application: amplifier with adjustable gain

18.2.1 General See Note IB.2.1A

The symbol represents any method of amplification ( electron tube, solid-state device, magnetic deVice, etc).

NOTE 16.3,IA: Triangle points in direction of forward (easy) current as indicated by a direct-cunent ammeter, unless otherwise DOted adjacent to the symbol. ElectroD low is in the opposite direction.

See Notes 16.3.1A and B

See also DIRECT-CURRENT MACHINES (symbols 13.4.20 to 13.4.23)

The triangle is pointed in the direction of transmission.

18.3.1 General

16.2.6 Application: amplifier with associated attenuator

-t>-

18.3.4 On connection or wiring diagrams, rectifier may be shown with terminals and polarity marking. Heavy line may be used to indicate nameplate or positive-polarity end. 1000001

For connection or wiring diagram

See Note IB,2.1A

NOTES: 1. See IntrodUCtiOD for general infonnatioD (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \ one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagraJDI at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

74

SECTION 16 16.4 to 16.12.2

Graphic Symbols for Composite Assemblies

SECTION 16 16.4 to 16.12.2 16.4 Repeater (includes Telephone Repeater El) 16.4.1 I-way repeater Triangle points in the direction of transmission.

16.4.2 2-wire, 2-way repeater

16.6.4 Differential phase shifter Phase shift r/J in direction of arrowhead; magnitudes shall be indicated.

16.11 Position Transmitter 16.11.1 Desynn type (dc synchro type)

~ 16.6.5 Application: adjustable 16.11.2 Inductor type

16.4.3 2-wire, 2-way repeater with lowfrequency bypass

16.4.4 4-wire, 2-way repeater

16.7 Chopper FJ NOTE 18.7A: The explanatory words are not part of the symbol. NOTE 18.7B:· When diagram is other than single line. show connections as required for a Ilpeci8c device.

SIGNAL- -ruJ--c.;oPPED

INPUT

16.5 Network Artificial Line (other than delay line) 16.5.1 General

I

•I

16.12 Fire Heads

Extinguisher

Actuator

16.12.1 Single head with connectors

OUTPUT

CHOPPER DRIVE

16.8 Diode-Type Ring Demodulator

~oo~T_ R~:c~

16.12.2 Double nectors

head

with

[]!!] 16.5.2 Network, low-voltage power

16.6 Phase Shifter Pbase-Changing Network

16.9 Gyro Gyroscope Gyrocompass

Cross References Oscillator (item 2.9)

For power circuits see ALTERNATINGCURRENT MACHINES (symbols 13.5.17 and 13.5.18) See also symbol 15.17

16.10 Position Indicator

16.6.1 General

16.6.2 3-wire or 3-phase

~

16.10.1 DC synchro type



16.10.2 Inductor type

16.6.3 Application: adjustable

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line ,one-line) diagrams appear at tho left. symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

75

con-

SECTION 17 AND SECTION 18

SECTION Ii AND SECTION 18

Graphic Symbols for Analog and Digital Logic Functions

~lAmpll&.r

17.6 Electronic Function Generator

IS.1 Digital Logic Functions (See cross references)

17.2 Summing Amplifier

17.7 Generalized Integrator

~ output shown)

17.8 Positional Servomechanism OR

~

Avoid conflict with item 2.6 if used on the same diagram.

(4 inputs and 1 output shown)

-{~I~I}--

17.3 Integrator (Amplifier)

NOTE 17.3A: The asterisk is not part of the symbol. Always add identification within or adjacent to the circle. NOTE 17.38: The letters Ie mean Initial Conditions.

Cross References The following standards do not constitute a part of this standard; they are listed for reference purposes only:

NOTE 17.8A: Dashed line indicates positioned in accordance with an input signal.

American National Standard Graphic Symbols for Logic Diagrams (TwoState Devices), Y32.14-1973 (IEEE Std 91-1973) NEMA Standard, Industrial Controls and Systems ICS-1970 with Revision 5, July 1975

See Note 17.BA

17.9 Function Potentiometer

OR

Cross References • See Note 17.3A 17.4 Electronic Multiplier

17.4.1 Two dependent multipliers

17.5 Electronic Divider

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line \one-line) diagrams appear at the left. symbols for complete diagrams at the right. and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered iD eacb column.

76

SECTION 19 19.0 to 19.2.8

Graphic Symbols for Special-Purpose Maintenance Diagrams

19.0 Introduction The gra~c spnbols shown in this section were developed primarily for use on special-p~e maintenance diagrams, such as symbolic integrated maintenancetype diagrams, to provide detailed maintenance and operating information. See also item 23.1 (3) for reference document. Use on other types of diagrams, however, is recommended if necessary to emphasize particular functions as deBned in this section.ll See paragraph A4.5 of the Introduction

19.1.S.3 Reference signal voltage; reference frequency

19.1.2.4 Signal to energize relay

SECI'lON 19 19.0 to 19.2.8

19.5,S Signal generator; signal pro-

cessor NOTE 19.2.2A: This symbol represents an active cin:uit (of ODe or more stages) wbich generates a signal or processes an incoming signal in a manner other than to change the signal voltage or power level, e.g.. osdllator. multivibrator. mber, etc. Such drcuits contain one or more active elements. such as an elec::tron tube. transistor. or diode.

19.1.S.S Transmitter pulse; pulse-forming network, discharge path, or subsequent high-level modUlation pulse NOTE 19.1.2.5A: This symbol shall be used only on a major (most signiftc::ant) functional Sow path.

- - ( ; ) - -·See Note 19.2.1B

19.1.S.6 Gating; synchronizing signal; low-level modulating signal

NOTE 19.2.3A: Tbh symbol representl a resistor. a capacitor. or a network consisting of any combination of these Unear elements. such as a 6lter network. voltage divider. pulse-forming network, etc::.

19.1 Data-Flow Code Sigoals

19.2.3 Linear element; linear network

NOTE 19.1A: Use only if essential to provide detailed maintenance and operation information (such as symbolic integrated maintenance manual diagrams).

19.1.1 Functional flow path NOTE 19.1.1A: Emphasis is required whea it is necessary to differentiate between two relatively signiBc::ant functional Sow paths.

19.1.1.1 Major (most significant)

-

NOTE 19.1.2.6A: This symbol shaD be wed only on a minor (least signiSc::ant) functional Sow path.

¢·

See Note 19.2.1B

19.1.2.7 Test signal; signal used to light a lamp or provide a meter reading

OR

) ~

19.1.1.S Minor (least significant)

19.1.S.8 Feedback

19.2.4 Relay contacts

NOTE 19.1.2.8A: Tho arrowheads shall be placed close together.

19.1oS Signal code NOTE 19.1oU: All signal-code symbols aha11 be drawn on the functional Sow path Unes, e.g••

·See Note 19.2.1B 19.1.3 Fault-signal code

19.1.S.1 Normal NOTE 19.1.2.1A: The asterisk is not part of the symbol. Add an identification code letter when necessary for clarity.

19.2.5 Relay coil or operating coil

NOTE 19.1.3A: All fault signals shaD use the signal-code symbols shown in items 19.1.2 through 19.1.2.6, except that they are not to be SDed in.

19.1.3.1 Application: signal to relay

fault-isolation ·See Note 19.2.1B 19.2.6 Switch

• See Note 19.I.2.1A 19.1.2.1.1 mode

Application:

emergency

19.5 Functional Circuits See Note 19.1A 19.2.1 Ampli.6er circuit (such as voltage ampliBer, power ampliBer etc.)

19.1.2.1.2 Application: automatic mode

*

19.1.2.2 Secondary flow; power distribution

SS The symbols shown in this section have comparable meanings or applications when used for drawings in mechanical. medical. or other disciplines or Selds.

NOTE 19.2.1A: This symbol represents an active circuit (of one or more stages) wbich changes the voltage or power level of the incoming signal. and contains one or more DOnlinear active elements. such as an electron tube. transistor. or diode. NOTE 19.2.1B: The asterisk is not part of the symbol. A circuit identifier code should be added for proper identiScation of the basic symbol.

-{;>-

• See Note 19.2.1B 19.5.7 Digital logic elements See Section 18 19.2.8 Composite circuit (other than those covered by symbols 19.2.1 through 19.2.6)

-1*r

·See Note 19.2.1B

·See Note 19.2.1B

Cross References

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.l). 2. Symbols for single-line ,one-line) diagrams appear at tho left. symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

77

SECTION 20 Communications Equipment 20.1 to 20.4.5.3

SECI'ION 20 Communications Equipment 20.1 to 20.4.5.3

Graphic Symbols Commonly Used on System Diagrams, Maps, and Charts

20.3.2 Automatic switching

20.1.7 Passive relay

20.1 Radio Stati9n Other antenna symbols may be used to indicate specific types. NOTE 20.1A: The asterisk is Dot part of the symbol: identUlcatioD of the type of statioD may be added within or adjacent to the symbol.

20.1.1 General

EJm

f~

20.3.3 Manual switchboard

20.2 Space Station 20.2.1 General 20.4 Telegraph Repeater

The letter "T" may be omitted if no fusion will result.

*

20.2.2 Active space station

COD-

20.4.1 One-way simplex operation

-0T

• See Note 20.1A 20.1.2 Portable

IEC

20.4.1 Two-way simplex operation T

20.2.3 Passive space station

-{2}-

~

20.4.3 Duplex operation T

-{2}-

20.1.3 Mobile

20.2.4 Earth station used for tracking a space station (shown with a paraboloiaal antenna) 20.1.4 Direction-finding

IEC

20.4.4 Qualifying symbols The following symbols are restricted to use with the symbols in item 20.4 of this standard. 20.4.4.1 Polar direct-current ( double current)

+ 20.4.4.2 Neutral direct-current (single current)

+ OR o

20.2.5 Application: earth station of a communication service via space station 20.1.5 Radio beacon

0 OR - OR 0

lEe

+ 0 20.4.4.3 Alternating-current

o

20.4.5 Applications: 20.4.15.1 Polar direct-current for duplex operation T

-u -..ff7L~ 20.3 Exchange Equipment 20.1.8 Controlling

20.3.1 General NOTE 20.3.1A: The asterisk is DOt part of the symbol. Replace the asterisk with iDformatiOD to specify a particular applicatioD.

lEe

20.4.5.2 Polar direct-current/neutra1 direct-current for one-way simplex operation T

Y7L: U

lEe

20.4.5.3 Polar direct-current/alternating-current for one-way Simplex operation

D

T

• See Note 20.3.1A

I4....!J Y7L~

lEe

NOTES: 1. See Introduction for general infonnation (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line ,one-line) diagrams appear at the left. symbols for complete diagrams at the right. and symbols suitable for both purposes are centered in each column.

78

SECTION 20 Communications Equipment 20.4.5.4 to 20.6.12

SECflON20 Communications EqUipment 20.4.5.4 to 20.6.12

Graphic Symbols Commonly Used on System Diagrams, Maps, and Charts

20.4.5.4 Regenerative type for one-way simplex operation

20.6.3 Common-battery

20.5.1 Applications: 20.5.1.1 Tape-printing receiver

20.6.4 Dial-type 20.5 Telegraph Equipment 20.5.1 General NOTE 20.S.IA: The letter '-r" may be

20.5.1.2 Tape-printing receiver with keyboard transmitter re-

placed by a suitable quaUfyiDg symbol from item 20.5.6.

.-R L!.;J

lEe

20.6.5 Pushbutton dialing

20.5.1.3 Printing reperforator

·-u

~ 20.5.2 Transmitter

@

lEe

20.5.1.4 Page-printing receiver

lEe

20.6.6 With two or more extension lines

~~ I:tm!]

20.5.3 Receiver 20.5.1.5 Page-printing receiver with keyboard transmitter

20.5.4 Two-way Simplex

NOTE 20.6.4A: The dots may be omitted if no confusion would result.

.-J""Dl L!.!J

20.6.1 With coin box

lEe

20.6.8 With ringing generator

20.5.1.6 Facsimile receiver

20.5.5 Duplex 20.5.7.1 Keyboard perforator

--§ 20.5.6 Qualifying symbols The follOwing symbols are restricted to use with the symbols in Section 20.5 of this standard. 20.5.6.1 Tape printing lEe

20.5.6.2 Tape perforating; perforated taFt» lEe

20.5.6.3 Simultaneous printing on and perforating of one tape -e-

·IEe

lEe

20.5.7.8 Automatic transmitter using perforated tape

20.5.1.9 Separate reperforator and automatic transmitter with continuous tape feed

J"=1,,_,FL -l......J· w··

20.6.10 Amplifier-type

20.6.11 Sound-powered

lEe

20.6.12 Key or pushbutton type with special facilities (other than dialing or multiline operation)

20.6 Telephone Set

20.5.6.4 Page printing 20.6.1 General

o

20.6.9 Loudspeaker-type

lEe

20.5.6.5 Keyboard e

e

lEe

20.5.6.6 Facsimile

20.6.2 Local-battery

@

Cross References

lEe

NOTES: I. See Introduction for general information (note especially A3.1). 2. Symbols for single-line ,one-line) diagrams appear at the left, symbols for complete diagrams at the right, and symbols suitable for both purposes aJe ceJltered in each column.

79

SECTION 21 Generating Stations and Substations 21.1 to 21.5.2

Graphic Symbols Commonly Used on System Diagrams, Maps, and Charts 21.3.4 Nuclear energy fueled

21.1 Generating Station NOTE 21.1A: Symbols for "planned" applications appear at the left; symbols for "in service" applications appear at the right. NOTE 21.1B: The preferred symbol is the square, but if necessary, a rectangle may be used.

21.3.5 Geothermic

NOTE 21.1C: Relative sizes of symbols are shown. Symbol size may be reduced for smallsize diagrams. See also paragraph A4.S of the Introduction.

21.1.1 General See Note 21.1A

21.4 Prime Mover (qualifying symbols)

D

Use if essential to show the type of prime mover in a generating station. See Note 21.1A

21.2 Hydroelectric Generating Station

21.4.1 Gas turbine IEC

See Note 21.1A

D

21.4.1.1 Application: shown for oil- or gas-fueled generating station

21.2.1 General

I

21.4.2 Reciprocating engine

21.2.2 Run of river

21.4.2.1 Application: shown for oil- or gas-fueled generating station 21.2.3 With storage

o

21.2.4 With pumped storage

00

IE.

21.5 Substation See Note 21.1A 21.5.1 General Avoid conflict with symbol 13.1.1 if used on the same diagram.

21.3 Thermoelectric Generating Station See Note 21.1A 21.3.1 General

21.5.2 Rectifier substation

B

Use if essential to show type of equipment.

21.3.2 Coal or lignite fueled

§

o

lEe

I EC

§

@

lEe

lEe

...

...

PLA~NED

IN SERVICE

21.3.3 Oil or gns fueled

Cross References

...

PL:\;\;NED

I~

@

.A SERVICE

80

SECTION 21 Generating Stations and Substations 21.1 to 21.5.2

SECTION 22 22.1 to 22.4 A to E

Class Designation Letters· for use in assignment of reference designations for electrical and electronics parts and equipments as described in ANSI Y32.16-1975, Reference Designations for Electrical and Electronics Parts and Equipments

22.1 Class Designation Letter The letters identifying the class of an item shaU be selected in accordance with the list in paragraph 22.4. For reference purposes, see also alphabetical listings of the items and other common and colloquial names in the index. Graphic symbols do not appear in this standard for H, HP, N, WT, and some MP (listed in paragraph 22.4) because they apply to items beyond the scope of this standard. Certain item names and designating letters may apply to either a part or an assembly. 22.2 Special Considerations for Class Designation Letter Assignment 22.2.1 Actual versus intended function If a part serves a purpose other than its generally intended one, the function actually performed shall be represented by the graphic symbol used on the schematic diagram; the class letter shall be chosen from the list in paragraph 22.4 and shall be indicative of its physical characteristics. For example, a semiconductor diode used as a fuse would be represented by the graphic symbol for a fuse (actual function), but the class letter would be D or CR (class of part). If a part has a dual function, the class letter for the principal physical characteristic of the part shall apply.

22.2.2 Assembly versus subassembly The tenn subassembly as used herein shaIJ apply equally to an assembly.

22.2.3 Subassembly versus individual part

22.2.4 Specific versus general The letters A and U (for assembly) shall not be used if more specific class letters are listed in paragraph 22.4 for a particular item. 22.2.5 Inseparable subassemblies Potted, embedded, riveted, or hermetically sealed subassemblies, modular assemblies, printed circuit boards, and integrated circuit packages and similar items which are ordinarily replaced as a single item of supply shall be treated as parts. They shall be assigned the class letter V, unless a more specific class letter is applicable.

22.4 Class Designation Letters: Alpha. betical List

bolometer capacitive termination fixed attenuator EJ inductive termination isolator (nonreciprocal device) pad resistive termination

B

blower motor [) synchro EJ

BT

barrier photocell battery ~ battery cell blocking layer cell photovoltaic transducer solar cell

C

capacitor bushing capacitor EJ

CB

circuit breaker :El network protector

CP

connector adapter EJ coupJing (aperture, loop, or probe) junction (coaxial or waveguide)

D or CR

asymmetrical varistor crystal diode current regulator (semiconductor device) diode (semiconductor type) diode rectifier (semiconductor type) diode-type ring demodulator diode-type ring modulator metallic rectifier EJ photodiode (photosensitive type) stabistor thyristor (semiconductor diode type) varactor

D or VR

breakdown diode (voltage regulator) overvoltage absorber El

DC

directional coupler EJ

DL

delay function delay line EJ slow-wave structure

DS

alphanumeric display device annunciator electrically restored drop general light source indicator (excluding meter or thermometer) El lamp (excluding heating lamp) Ijght-emitting solid-state device manually restored drop photodiode (photoemissivl' type) signal light visual alarm visual indicator visual signaling device

E*

aluminum cell antenna E1

Parts not specifically included in this list shall be assigned a letter or letters from the list below for the part or class most similar in function. Designations for general classes of parts are marked with an asterisk (*) to facilitate designation of parts not specifically included in this standard.

A*I (see also U and 22.2.4)

A group of parts shall not be treated as a su6assembly unless it is one or more of the following: . (a) A plug-in item. (b) A Significant item covered by a separate schematic. ( c) ~ multiapplication item. ( d) Likely to be handled as a replaceable item for maintenance purposes. • Device function designations for power Switchgear, industrial control, and industrial equipment use are not covered by this standard. For typical appUcation of these device function designations, see: (a) American National Standard Manual and Automatic Station Control, Supervisory, and Associated Telemetering Equipments. C37.2-1970. (b) NEMA Standard. Industrial Controls and Systems ICS-1970 (R 1975). (c) Joint Industrial Council Electrical Standards for Mass Production Equipment, EMP-1-1967, and General Purpose Machine Tools, EG P-1-1967 . (d) Military Standard, Designations for Electric Power Switchgear Devices and Industrial Control Devices. MIL-STD-27.

AT

22.3 Item Names In the alphabetically arranged class letter list of paragraph 22.4, item names approved in the Federal Item Identification Guide, CatalOging Handbook H6-1, as of the date of this edition (though additional modifiers may be necessary), are indicated by the symbol f) . For definitions which are not contained in Handbook H6·1, see American National Standard C42.100.

AR

electronic divider electronic function generator (other than rotating) electronic multiplier facsimile set E1 field-polarization amplitude modulator field-polarization rotator general circuit element gyroscope integrator positional servomechanism sensor (transducer to electric power) separable assembly2 separable subassembly telephone set telephone station teleprinter B teletypewriter EI amplifier (other than rotating) fl repeater

I The class letter A is assigned on the basis that the item is separable. The class letter U shall be used if the item is inseparable. 2 For economic reasons. assemblies which are fundamentallY separable may not be so provisioned but may be supplied as complete assemblies. However. the class letter A shall be retained.

81

SECTION 22 22.1 to 22.4 A to E

SECTION 22 22.4 E to S

SECTION 22 22.4 E to S

Class Designation Letters

armature binding post [) cable termination carbon block circuit terminal conductivity cell electrical contact fl electrical contact brush fl electrical shield electrolytic cell ferrite bead rings film element gap (horn, protective, or sphere) Hall element ignitor gap insulator fl lightning arrester fl magnetic core miscellaneous electrical part optical shield permanent magnet fl rotary joint (microwave) short circuit (termination) spark gap splice telephone protector EI telephone protector block El terminal (individual) valve element vibrating reed

HY

circulator directionally selective transmission device hybrid circuit network fl hybrid coil (telephone usage) hybrid junction (magic T)

MP*

brake clutch mechanical interlock mechanical part miscellaneous mechanical part (bearing, coupling, gear, shaft)

J

disconnecting device (receptacle connector) electrical receptacle connector fI jack receptacle (connector, stationary portion) waveguide flange (choke) EI

MT

accelerometer measuring transducer mode transducer motional pickup transducer primary detector

N3

equipment subdivision

P

disconnecting device (plug connector) electrical plug connector :EJ plug (connector, movabJe portion) waveguide flange (plain) EJ

PS

power su pply f] rectifier (complete power-supply assembly)

PU

head (with various modifiers) sound reproducer EJ

Q

semiconductor controlled rectifier semiconductor controlled switch phototransistor (3 terminal) thyratron (semiconductor device) thyratron (semiconductor triode type) transistor EI

K

contactor (magnetically operated) relay fl

L

coil (all not classified as transformers) fI electrical solenoid [) field winding generator field inductor lam p ballast motor field reactor El winding fl

m

EQ

equaJizer equalizing network

F

current limiter (for power cable) fuse EJ fuse cutout

FL

filter f]

G

electronic chopper [) generator fI ignition magneto [) interrupter vibrator fl oscillator rotating amplifier (regulating generator) telephone magneto

H*

hardware (common fasteners, etc)

HP*

hydraulic part

HR

heater [) heating lamp heating resistor infrared lamp EJ thermomechanical transducer

HS

handset [) operator's set

HT

earphone [) electrical headset f1 receiver (excluding radio receiver) telephone receiver

LS

M

audible alarm audible signaling device buzzer EI electric bell f) electric horn f) loudspeaker F1 loudspeaker-microphone siren EI telephone ringer EI telephone sounder f) underwater sound transducer clock El coulomb accumulator elapsed time recorder electric timer electrical counter fl electrochemical step-function device instrument message register meter meter-type level pressure gage oscillograph E oscilloscope EI position indicator thermometer

MG

converter (rotating machine) dynamotor EJ inverter (motor-generator) motor-generator f1

MK

hydrophone microphone f1 telephone transmitter

82

R

function potentiometer instrument shunt fl magnetoresistor potentiometer relay shunt resistor f) rheostat EJ

RE

radio receiver EI

RT

tiallast lam p ballast tube current-regulating resistor EI resistance lamp temperature-sensing element thermal resistor fI thermistor

RV

symmetrical varistor voltage-sensitive resistor fJ

S

contactor (manually, mechanically, or thermally operated) disconnecting device (switch) electrical safety interlock flasher (circuit interrupter)

'Not a class letter, but used to identify a subdivision or an equipment in the Location Numbering Method.

~

~

J

SECTION 22 22.4 S to Z 22.6 governor (electrical contact type) EJ speed regulator (electrical contact type) switch EJ telegraph key telephone dial EJ thermal cutout (circuit interrupter) (not visual) thermostat SQ

Class Designation Letters

w

electric squib EJ explosive squib fusible link igniter squib sensing link

bus bar EJ cable cable assembly (with connectors) coaxial cable conductor distribution line distribution path Goubau line strip-type transmission line transmission line transmission path waveguide EJ wire EJ wiring tiepoint

SR

electrical contact ring EJ rotating contact slip ring

x

fuseholder EJ lampholder EJ socket EJ

T

autotransformer coaxial taper linear coupler telephone induction coil EJ telephone repeating coil EJ transformer EJ waveguide taper

y

magnetostriction oscillator piezoelectric crystal unit quartz crystal unit EJ tuning-fork resonator EJ

Z

artifical line (other than delay line) balun carrier-line trap coupled tunable resonator directional phase shifter (nonreci pro cal ) discontinuity (usually coaxial or waveguide transmission use) E-H tuner general network (where specific class letters do not fit) gyrator mode suppressor multistub tuner phase shifter phase-changing network E1 resonator (tuned cavity) slide-screw tuner

TB

connecting strip terminal board EJ terminal strip test block

TC

semiconductor thermocouple thermocouple EJ thermopile test point

TR

radio transmitter E1

U*' (see also

inseparable assembly integrated-circuit package microcircuit micromodule photon-coupled isolator

A* and 22.2.4) V

VR

(see also

D)

electron tube EJ Geiger-Muller counter tube ionization chamber klystron magnetron phototube proportional counter tube resonator tube (cavity type) solion thyratron (electron tube) traveling-wave tube voltage regulator (electron tube) induction voltage regulator voltage regulator (excluding electron tube) El

4 Not a class leUer, but commonly used to designate test points for maintenance purposes. See American National Standard YI4.15-1966 (RI973).

22.S Item Names: Alphabetical List The index to this standard shows the class designation letter as applicable under the general rules, together with the item number of the representative graphic

symbol.

22.6 Item Designations, IEC 113-2 For reference purposes, Appendix F shows a comparison of the class letters used to identify parts and equipment according to International Electrotechnical Commission (lEC) Publication 113-2 and those assigned in American National Standard Y32.2-1975.

< Not a class letter, but commonly used to designate a tiepoint on connection diagrams. See American National Standard Y 14.151966 (R1973).

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SECTION 22 22.4 S to Z 22.6

SECI'ION 23 23.1 to 10l)

SECTION 23 23.1 to 100

Referenced Standards and Canadian Standard Z99 Modifications

23.1 Referenced Standards·

100. Canadian Standard Z99 Modifications to American National Standard Y32.2-1975 (IEEE Std 315-1975)

When the following American National Standards are superseded by a revision approved by the American National Standards Institute, the revision shall apply:

While not illustrated in the Standard itself, the widespread practice of using heavier lines in drawing certain symbols can, if followed, result in improved drawing readability. The practice is consistent with Clause A4.3. It is therefore recommended that heavier lines be used to show: 1.10 Envelopes 2.2 Capacitors 2.5 The negative plates of batteries and cells 4.3 The parallel lines in the (4.29 and 4.30) parallel contact symbols 4.7 The moving contact in the push button symbol 7.1 Indirectly heated cathode, anode and combinations including these 8.5 Base symbol as used for semiconductors

American National Standard Reference Designations for Electrical and Electronics Parts and Equipment. Y32.16-1975 (IEEE Std 200-1975) (1) American National Standard Graphic Symbols for Logic Diagram~ Y32.141973 (IEEE Std 91-1973) (1) American National Standard Drafting Practices (Electrical and Electronics Diagrams), Y14.15-1966 (R1973) and Supplements Y14.15a-1970 (R1973) and Y14.15b-1973. American National Standard Abbreviations for Use on Drawings. Y1.1-1972 (2)

These items are illustrated below:

American National Standard Manual and Automatic Station Control, Supervisory, and Associated Telemetering Equipments, C37.2-1970 (2)

~ ---

American National Standard Dimensions of Caps, Plugs, and Receptacles, C73.10-1966 (R1972) through C73.44-1966 (R1972)

-H- -It-

1.10

2.5

2.:l

7.1

1 T

American National Standard Dictionary of Electrical and Electronics Terms, C4 2.1 00-197 2 (IEEE Std 100-1972)

4.3

...L0

o

4.7

~ 8.5

Additionally, it is recommended that the last symbol of Section 3.1.6.3 be avoided in all cases. Where space is at a premium. the possibility of misreading it as a crossover will usually be greater.

• For Military Applications: ( 1 ) Refer to the latest editiOD adopted for mandatory use by the Department of Defense. ( 2 ) Refer to the following military standards (latest edition at time of invitation to bid) in lieu of the AmericaD National StaDdard:

DO NOT USE

+

ANSI C37.2-1970 (in part): use MILSTD-27 Designations for Electric Power Switchgear Devices and Industrial Control Devices. ANSI Y1.1-1972: use MIL-STD-12 Abbreviations for Use on Drawings, Specifications. Standards. and in Technical Documents.

3.1.6.3

Cross References

( 3 ) The following documeDts are listed for purposes of informatiOD oDly: MIL-STD-lOO Engineering Drawing Practices. MIL-M-24100 Manuals, Technical: Functionally Oriented Maintenance Manual (FOMM) Federal Cataloging Handbook H6-1. Section A.

For Graphical Electrical Symbols for Architectural Plans see Appendix F of CSA Standard C22.1-1975.

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APPENDIXES A AND B APPENDIXES A AND B Cross Reference List of Cross Reference List of Changed Item Numbers Changed Item Numbers (These appendixes are not part of 'American National Standard Graphic and IEC Data and lEe Data

Appendixes

Symbols for Electrical and Electronics Diagrams (Including Reference Designation Class Designation Letters) Y32.2-1975 (IEEE Std 315-1975), but are included to facilitate its use.)

Appendix A Cross Reference List of Changed Item Numbers ANSI Y32.2-1970

ANSI Y32.2-1975

1.3.1.1 1.3.1.2 1.3.2.1 1.3.2.2 1.3.3 1.3.3.1 1.3.3.2 2.2.9 2.2.11 2.2.12 2.2.13

1.3.1 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.2 1.3.2 1.3.2 1.3.2 2.2.11 2.2.12 2.2.9 2.2.9.1

ANSI Y32.2-1970

ANSI Y32.2-1975

2.2.14 2.2.15 2.2.16 2.2.17 2.3.6.8 2.6.1 (top) 2.6.3 4.2.1.1 (bottom) 4.2.1.2 4.2.1.3 4.2.1.4

2.2.13 2.2.14 2.2.15 2.2.16 14.2.4.1 2.6.4 2.6.4 4.2.1.2 4.2.1.1 4.2.1.2 4.2.1.3

Appendix B Reference Data International Electrotechnical Commission (lEe) Publication 117: Recommended Graphical Symbols The following documents were used for the listing of the IEC symbol (lEe) next to those graphic symbols in this standard that are considered to be in accordance with the graphic symbols in Publication 117. Publication 11 7 Part No.

Publication 117 Part No.

o

6

1

2

3

4

5

General Index (1973) Kind of current, distribution systems, methods of connection and circuit elements (1960) Amendments: 1 (August 1966), 2 (August 1967), 3 (August 1973) Machines, transformers, primary cells, and accumulators, transductors and magnetic amplifiers, inductors (1960) Amendments: 1 (August 1966),2(OctoberI971), 3 (August 1973) Supplement A (April 1974) Contacts, switchgear, mechanical controls, starters, and elements of electromechanical relays (1963) Amendments: 1 (August 1966), 2 (March 1972),3 (August 1973), 4 (May 1974) Supplements: A (April 1970), Second (1972) Indicating instruments and electric clocks (1963) Amendments: 1 (October 1971), 2 August 1973), 3(May 1974) Generating stations and substations, lines for transmission and distribution (1963) Amendment 1 (August 1973)

7 8 9 10 11 12 13

14 15 16

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Variability, examples of resistors, elements of electronic tubes, values and rectifiers (1964) Amendments: 1 (August 1966), 2 (December 1967), 3 (August 1973) Semiconductor devices, capacitors (Second edition, 1971 ) Architectural diagrams (1967) Telephony, telegraphy, and transducers (1968) Supplements: First (1969), B (April 1971 ) Aerials (antennas) and radio stations (1968) Supplement A (Nov 1969) Microwave technology (1968) First supplement (1971) Frequency spectrum diagrams (1968) Block symbols for transmission and miscellaneous applications (1969) Supplements: First (1971), Second (1972), C (April 1974) Telecommunication lines and accessories (1971) Supplement A (May 1974) Binary logic elements (1972) Ferrite Cores and magnetic storage matrices ( 1972)

APPENDIX C Revised or Deleted Symbols

Appendix C Revised or Deleted Symbols

Recommended Symbols in ANSI Y32.21975

Symbols Formerly in ANSI Y32.2-1970

Revised See item 2.6.4

2.6.3 Bifilar slow-wave structure Commonly tubes.

used

in

:::( II

*

traveling-wave

):= *See Note 2.6.1A

Deleted Alternate 8.5.1 Semiconductor diode; semiconductor rectifier diode; metallic rectifier

See item 8.5.1

OR

e Revised Alternate 8.5.2 Capacitive diode (varactor)

8

Style 2

See item 8.5.2 Style 2

Deleted Alternate 8.6.3 NPN transistor with transverse-biased base

C ' (Em W

See item 8.6.3

( 92)

lEQ

(81l

Revised 8.11 Solid-State Thyratron (replacement type) 8.11.1 Balanced

(AI

[email protected]

See item 8.11.1

(KI)(K21

8.11.2 Unbalanced

(A)

IG,gr) (KI) (K2)

86

See item 8.11.2

APPENDIXC Reviseo or Deleted Symbols

APPENDIXD Revised or Deleted Symbols

Symbols Formerly in USAS Y32.2-1967

Modified

Appendix D Revised or Deleted Symbols

APPENDlXD Revised or Deleted Symbols

Recommended Symbols in ANSI Y32.21975, if Not Otherwise Specified

Recommended Symbols in ANSI Y32.21975, if Not Otherwise Specified

Symbols Formerly in USAS Y32.2-1967

Rev~ed

See item 1.7.2

1.7.2 Both ways

and EXpanded

4.21 Thermostat Ambient-temperature-operated device.

OR

See items 4.21 throuf 4.21.

Operates on rising temperature.

See Note 1.7.1A

4.21.1 With break contact See also item 4.20.2

See item 2.1.12

Expanded

--n,

2.1.12 Thermistor Thermal resistor f]

OR

~

2.1.12.1 General

4.21.2 With make contact See also item 4.20.2

---I"l!

2.1.12.2 With independent integral beater

OR

-rxJ 4.21.3 With integral heater and transfer contacts

oaw

~ Revised

See item 2.8

See item 4.30

Deleted

2.8 Pel'llUllleDt Magnet lJ 4.30 Relay

IEJ

B

I2C:J tFO Fast-operate ISC:J tFR Fast-release

Revised

See item 3.1.9

3.1.'* Couial cable. recognition ~ symbol Couial transmission path Radio-frequency cable !1 (coaxial)

See items 4.30.5 through 4.30.6

Revised and Expanded 4.30.5 Thermal relay B .J"L. OR....JL..-

NOTE 1.1.9A: U uecesaa:Y for c:luity. aD outer· coodUdal' CIDDDOCtioD to tho .ymbol. shall be JUde . . . . the bnIka liDo • - - fa UowD.

J

*' OR

OR

JXr-

~ See Note 3.1.9A

J

87

OR

JX.r

'*

APPENDIX D Revised or Deleted Symbols

APPENDIX D Revised or Deleted Symbols

Revised or Deleted Symbols

Symbols Formerly in US AS Y32.2-1967

Recommended Symbols in ANSI Y32.21975, if Not Otherwise Specified

Symbols Formerly in USAS Y32.2-1967

Revised 7.3.6 Cathode-ray tube 7.3.6.1 With electric-field deflection

See item 5.6.2

Revised

Recommended Symbols in ANSI Y32.21975, if Not Otherwise Specified

5.6.2 Coaxial with the outside conductor shown carried through

~

See items 7.3.6 through 7.3.6.2.2

'fAY

7.3.6.2 For magne.tic deflection See item 5.6.3

Revised

Q

5.6.3 Application: Coaxial with outside conductor shown carried through: with outside conductor terminated on chassis

'fAY

Revised 8.6.15 Thyristor. bidirectional triodetype; triac; gated switch Style 3

See item 5.6.4

Revised

See item 8.6.15

5.6.4 Application: Coaxial with center conductor shown carried through: outside conductor not carried through

Revised and Expanded

See item 9.1.3

9.1.2 High-voltage primary fuse cutout. dry OR

Revised

See item 5.7.1

5.7.1 Mated (general)

-~

See Note 5.7 A Revised and Expanded Deleted 5.7.4 Application: mated choke flanges in rectangular waveguide line

Revised

See item 5.7.4

See item 9.1.2

9.1.4 With alarm contact When fuse blows. alarm bus A is connected to power bus B. Letters are for explanation and are not part of the symbol.

See item 5.7.5

lEe

::.~

OR

5.7.5 Application: rectangular waveguide with mated plain and choke flanges with direct-current isolation (insulation) between sections of waveguide.

,~t1 A

8

OR

87 A...,

lOAD

88

APPENDIXD Revised or Deleted Symbols

Revi;;ed or Deleted Symbols

r Symbols Formerly in USAS Y32.2-1967

Revised

Recommended Symbols in ANSI Y32.21975, if Not Otherwise Specified

Symbols Formerly in USAS Y32.2-1967

See item 10.4.1

10.4.1 General

Revised 15.2.4 Coupling by loop from coaxial to circular waveguide with direct-curJ'8Dt groWld. c:o~

Revised 15.2.7 Coupling by probe from c0axial to rectangular waveguide with direct-current grounds connected

Revised 15.3.2 Application: E-plane aperture coupling, 30-decibel transmission loss

X0

APPENDlXD Revised or Deleted Symbols

Recommended Symbols in ANSI Y32.21975, if Not Otherwise Specified

Deleted 15.4.5.1 Application: circulator, reversible direction The polarity symbol (item 1.6) must be used with the electromagnet symbol to indicate proper direction flow.

See item 15.8.4.1

Revised 15.5.3 Application: transducer from rectangular waveguide to coaxial with mode suppression and direct-current grounds connected.

See item lS.S.3

Revised

See item lS.7.1.1

See item IS.2.4

See item IS.2.7

15.7.1.1 Application: coaxial type in rectangular waveguide system

See items IS.3.2 through IS.3.6

D18

15.3.3 Application: loop coupling, 30decibel transmission loss

Xrv:lOO

Deleted 15.8.3 Unidirectional (isolator) Power flowing in direction of arrow is not intentionally attenuated.

l

See item 15.8.1

15.3.4 Application: probe coupling, 3O-decibel transmission loss

xI



:1001

15.3.5 Application: resistance coupling, 3O-decibel transmission loss

Revised 15.4.4.1 Application: 5-arm circular hybrid with principal coupling in the E plane and with I-arm H coupling using rectangular waveguide

Revised 15.9.2 Application: resonator with mode suppression coupled by an Eplane aperture to a guided transmission path and by a loop to a coaxial path

See item IS.4.4

......

.c

®.

.

~

I

~

'c 'i"

89

See item lS.9.2

APPENDIX D Revised or Deleted Symbols

Revised or Deleted Symbols

Recommended Symbols in

Recommended Symbols in Symbols Formerly in US AS Y32.2-1967

Symbols Formerly in USAS Y32.2-1967

ANSI Y32.21975, if Not Otherwise

ANSI Y32.21975, if Not Otherwise Specified

Specified

See item 15.9.3

Revised

APPENDIX D Revised or Deleted Symbols

Revised

See item 15.14.2

15.14.2 Forward-wave travelingwave-tube amplifier shown with four grids. having slow-wave structure with attenuation. magnetic focusing by external permanent magnet. rf input and rf output coupling. each by inductive coupling

15.9.3 Application: tunable resonator having adjustable Q coupled by a probe to a coaxial system

See item

Revised

15.11.1 15.11.1 Resonant type with coaxial output Revised

Revised

See item 15.14.3

15.14.3 Forward-wave traveling· wave·tube amplifier shown with four grids. having slow-wave structure with attenuation. external electromagnetic focusing. rf input and rf output coupling-each by external cavity and loop coupling. to a coaxial path

See item 15.12.2

15.12.2 Double-cavity klystron. integral cavity. permanent externallyganged tuning. loop coupled (coupling loop may be shown inside if desired) See item 7.1.7.1.

Revised

See item 15.14.1

Revised

15.14.1 Forward-wave travelingwave-tube amplifier shown with four grids. having slow-wave structure with attenuation. magnetic focusing by external ,)ermanent magnet. rf input and rf output coupling. each by E-plane aperture to external rectangular waveguide

II

15.14.4 Forward-wave traveling· wave-tube amplifier shown with four grids. having slow-wave structure with attenuation. magnetic focusing by external permanent magnet. rf input and rf output coupling, each by direct connection from slow-wave structure to a coaxial path

;

90

See item 15.14.4

APPENDIXD Revised or Deleted Symbols

Symbols Formerly in USAS Y32.2-1967

Revised

Revised or Deleted Symbols

APPENDIXD Revised or Deleted Symbols

Recommended Symbols in ANSI Y32.21975, if Not Otherwise Specified

Recommended Symbols in ANSI Y32.21975, if Not Otherwise Specified

Symbols Formerly in USAS Y32.2-1967

See item 15.14.6

Deleted

15.14.6 Backward-wave travelingwave-tube amplifier shown with two grids. having slow-wave structure with attenuation. sole (beam-aligning electrode). magnetic focusing by extemal permanent magnet. rf input and rf output coupling. each by E-plane aperture to extemal rectangular waveguide

16.1.1.3 Additional letter combinations. as follows, may be employed, but the use of specific graphic symbols included elsewhere in this standard is preferred

AR AT C CB HS I L J LS MIC OSC PAD P HT

See item 15.14.7

Revised 15.14.7 Backward-wave travelingwave-tube oscillator shown with two grids. having slow-wave structure with attenuation. sole (beam-aligning electrode). magnetic: focusing by external permanent magnet. rf output coupling by inductive coupling

K

R S T WR

...

~ ...

..

I

(""'1

See item 15.14.8

Revised 15.14.8 Backward-wave travelingwave-tube oscillator shown with two grids. having slow-wave structure with attenuation. sole (beam-aligning electrode). magnetic focusing by extemal permanent magnet, rf output coupling by inductive coupling, with slow-wave structure connected internally to collector

" ' m .. II

See item 16.1.1

I

(""'1

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Amplifier fI Attenuator Capacitor II Circuit breaker !J Handset f] Indicating or switchboard lamp Inductor Jac:k Loudspeaker E Microphone !1 Oscillator Pad Plug Receiver, headset Relay lJ Resistor !J Switch !J or key switch Transformer II Wall receptacle

Symbols Fonnerly in USA Standard Y32.2-1962 & Supp lement Y32.2A.1964 0 ' MI L·STD-15· I A ( including original item numbers ) Oeleteo 11.3.1 On a con nection

wiring dingram. a 3-pole s ingle-thro ..... ci rcuit breaker 0'

Recommended Symbols in ANSI Y32.2 · 1975 . if Not

Symbols Forme rl y in USA Standa,d Y32 .2·1962 & Supplement Y32.2a- I 964 or MI L-STD-15·IA ( including orig.inal item n umbers )

Otherw ise Specified

Corrected 58.8.4 Shielded 2·conductor cable with n shield grounded

Sec ANS I

YI4 .15· 1966

D 00

Corrected 71.2 . 1 Reson ator with mode .suppress ion coupled by an E-plan e aperture to a guided transmission path and by a loop to a co· axial path .

See Note 11 .3A

FOR CONNECTION OR WIRING DIAGRAM

See item 3.1.8.4

Sec item 15.9.2

Sec it.,'m 15.12.2

~~&t ,

Revised ar,d Expanded 42.7 Saturable -co re indunor I reacto r I Polarity marks may be added to direct ·

ANSI Y32.2· 1975. if Not Otherwise Specified

r

0

Corrected 34. I 1.10.2 Double-cavity klyst ron. integr nl cavity. permanent externa l-ganged tuning, loop coupled (coupling loop may be shown in side if desired I See item 34 .S. 1.

Recommended Symbols in

I I

(with terminals s h o wn ) may be drawn as sho wn below

,

APPENDIX E Revised or Deleted Symbols

Appendix E Revised or Deleted Symbols

APPENDIX E Revised or Delete d Symbols

Sec item 6.3

c urrent winding . Exp lanatory word s and a rro ..... a,e not part of the sy mbol s ho ..... n. DC WINDING

Revised 76 . 12.7 Wafer. 3·pole 3·circuit with 2 non shorting and 1 shorting moving contacts Viewed from e nd opposite control knob or actuator unless othen,.. ise indicated . For m o re than one section. section No . 1 is nearest control knob . Whe n contacts are on both sides, front conta cts are nea rest control knob.

See item 4.13.7

Deleted

Sec Ai'\SI

8 1.5 Applications

YI4 . IS· 1966

~r Revised

S,'(' item 12.1

48 Meter I nstrument T Tempe rature meter Corrected

Sec it('m 15.5.3

NOTE 8 1.5A : If the device terminal a lIll"e in a circular arrllnKement . t he actual anKular apacing between the terminals s hould be app rOJli mated on the terminlll d it.gram. NOTE 81.58 : If the te rm inlil. lire in an eeeentially linear errllnKement the terminal diagTam may ehow lhe terminals in eilher 1\ linear array .long one .ide of lhe elonsued e nve lope ey mbol tprefer able). or wit hin a maJl imum .ngle of 150 dellTM • .round the circular envelope sy mbol. NOTE 81.5C : If pin .. lite omitted in an o therwiee .. tandard term inal arrangemen t , d o not .Teap.ce the remaininll" pine. NOTE 81.50 : A terminal .t the center of the termi· nal arrangemenl .. hall be identified ae the CENTER terminal lead or pin. NOTE 81.5E : The typical eJlampiu show pin num· berinK in accorda nce with standard indultry practice. i.e . . with t he terminals viewed from outeide the ter· minal f. ce of the device.

53.3 Appli catio n : transducer fr om rectang ular waveguide to coaxial with m ode s up · pression and direct·current grounds co n · nect.ed

~ C:6

7

\

Correct('d

58.8.2 Coaxial cable, recog niti on symCoaxial t ra n smission path Cable. radio frequ e ncy II · ICoaxiall See item 58 _1.

Sec item 3. 1.9

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APPENDIX E

Revised or Deleted Symbols

Revised oC Deleted Symbols

Symbols Fonner)' in USA Standard Y32.2.1962 6: Supplement Y32.28-1964 or MIL-STD-I5-1A (including original item numbers)

Deleted (Continued) 81.5.1 Two·terminal device with one flexible lead and one rigid terminal con· nected to a metallic envelope (typical semiconductor diode shown I.

Recommended Symbols in ANSI Y32.21975, if Not Otherwise Specified

Symbols Fonnerly in USA Standard Y32.2-1962 6: Supplement Y32.2a-1964 or MIL-STD-I5-1A (including original item numbers) Deleted (Continued)

See ANSI YI4.IS1966

81.5.7 Device with 8-terminal keyt:d (such as octal) base, rigid envelope terminal, and metallic envelope connected to base terminal (typical triode-heptode shown).

[email protected]

e 4

81.5.2 Two-terminal device with rigid terminals and reference point located at one of the terminals (typical semiconductor diode shown I.

APPENDIXE Revised or Deleted Symbols

Recommended Symbols in ANSI Y32.21975, if Not Otherwise Specified See ANSI YI4.IS1966

81.5.8 Device with keyed (such as octal) base having design capability of 8 pins but with 2 pins omitted, and with 3 rigid envelope terminal~ (typical disc-seal triode shown).

81.5.3 Three-terminal device with circular arrangement of pin terminals with base orientation determined by gap in pin spacing !typical transistor shown I. 81.5.9 Device with 9-terminal (such as noval) base utilizing gap in pin spacing to ":l'itablish base orientation (typical twin t.riode shown).

81.5.4 Three-terminal device with rigid termi nals. one connected to the metallic enclosure. and index pin (typical ~ shown I.

W

Revised

coo> o

84 Thermistor Resistor, Thermal El lOT" indicates that the primary characteristic of the element within the circle is a function of temperature.

81.5.5 Four-terminal device with in-line pin terminals. one connected to metallic envelope. and reference point (typical transistor shownl.

Revised

See items 1. 2.1

and 2.1.12

See item 2.1.12.1

84.1 General

Revised

See item B.B.I

85.2.1 Temperature-measuring semiconductor thermocouple ~

81.5.6 F:"e-terminal device with in-line terminal leads. one connected to metallic enclosure and reference point (typical relay shown).

Corrected 86.1.1 Application: transformer with direct-current connections and mode suppression between two rectangular waveguides

93

See item 6.4.1.1

APPENDIX F Cross Reference List of Class Designation Letters

Appendix F Cross-Reference List of Class Designation Letters

APPENDIX F Cross-Reference List of Class Designation Letters

IEC Publication 113-2 (1971) Item Designations, Letter Codes ANSI Y32.2-1975 (IEEE Std 315-1975), Section 22, Class Designation Letters

*

No conflict between ANSI Y32.2 and IEC. ANSI Y32.2 not in agreement with IEC, but no conflict if used. ANSI Y32.2 conflicts with IEC as IEC uses class letter to represent other devices.

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APPENDIX F Cross-Reference List of Class Designation Letters

IEC Publication 113-2 Terminology # #

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Cross-Reference List of Class Designation Letters Letter Code IEC Y32.2

Thyristor .................... V Transducer (nonelectrical quantity to electrical quantity) .................. B Transfonner .................T Transmission path .............W Transistor ................... V Tube (electron) ............... V Voltage transformer (potential) ... T Waveguide ...................W Waveguide directional coupler .... W

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APPENDIX F Cross Reference List of Class Designation Letters

Absorber, voltage Block

Absorber, voltage Block

Index NOTE: This index contains commonly accepted or standard item names as used in the list of symbols, as well as some colloquial names. Certain of these names may not appear under the item listing.

Name

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Absorber, overvoltage AO (see alternating-current) Accelerometer Active space-station Actuating device, thermal Acyclic generator Adapter, connector Adjustability, extrinsic General Linear Nonlinear Preset Adjustable Contact Gain amplifier In steps Inductance Nonlinear variability Phase shifter Resistor Transformer Aerial Air (recognition symbol) Air circuit breaker Air core Air path Air transmission path Alarm Audible Contact Visual Alligator clip AI ternate wiring AI ternating-curren t Generator Machine DC field Motor Source Alternating- and direct-current composite machines Alternating current telegraph repeater Ambient-temperature - operated device Ammeter Ampere-hour meter Ampli.dyne Amplifier Operational Rotating Summing Amplifier-type telephone set Analog functions Aneroid capsule operated switch Angular velocity dependence Annunciator Anode Electron tube Target X-ray tube Antenna Antenna-counterpoise Aperture coupling

Item Number

Letter

8.5.6

D,VR

2.11 20.2.2 2.14 13.4.19 5.6.5 1.1.1 1.1.1.1 1.1.1.3 1.1.1.4 1.1.1.2

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4.2.2.1 16.2.5 1.1.3.2 6.2.4 1.1.1.4 16.6.3 2.1.3 6.4.9 2.3 1.4.1 9.4.2 6.1.1 3.1.3 3.1.3

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Name Applications Semiconductor Transistor Armature (commutator and brushes) Arrester Electric surge Lightning Arrow (adjustable) Associated Path Equipment

G CP

E AR

Asymmetrical waveguide connectors Attenuator Fixed Variable Audible-signaling devices Audio Amplifier Level meter Meter Automatic switching Automatic transmitter Autotransformer Load ratio control Avalanche diode Backward diode Backward -wave traveling-wave tube Balance (relay protective function) Balanced attenuator Variable Balanced current relay Balanced stripline Balancer, dc Ball-type annunciator Ballast, lamp Ballast lamp or tube Balun Band elimination filter Bandpass filter Frequency Barrier photocell Base-orientation device Base pin terminals Basic contact assemblies Battery Bead ring, ferrite Bell Bidirectional photodiode (photosensitive type) Two segment, with common cathode lead Four quadrant, with common cathode lead Bifilar slow-wave structure Bimetallic strip Binding post Bipolar voltage limiter Block Carbon Connecting

L Z R T E

CB

10.1 9.1.2 11.2 5.3.1 3.3

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13.1.2.2 13.5 13.6 13.1.3.2 2.7

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AR A S DS

E E CP

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Item Number

Class

Letter

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9.3 9.3 1.1

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W

5.7.2 2.4 2.4.1 2.4.4 10.1

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15.14.6-8

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Blocking layer cell Coaxial

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Index Name

Telephone protector Test Blocking layer cell Blowout coil Board, terminal Bolometer Booster amplifier Brake Break contact Break swi tch Locking Nonlocking Pushbutton Breakdown diode Bidirectional Unidirectional Breakdown indicator Breaker (see circuit breaker) Bridge rectifier Bridging amplifier Brush-shifting motor Brushes Buchholz relay (relay protective function Bus bar Bushing, capacitor Buzzer Cable Coaxial Shielded Multiple Single Termination Underground Cable assembly Cable end, not connected Cable gland Cable underground Cam-operated master switch Capacitive Diode Special property indicator Termination Capacitor Bushing Coupling Differential Electrolytic Feed-through Fixed Phase shifter Polarized Potential device Shielded Shunt Split stator Terminating Variable Carbon block Carrier-coupling capacitor Carrier current (relay protective function) Carrier-line trap Carrier pilot (relay protective function)

Item Number 9.3.2 5.5 8.7.3 4.4 5.1.1.1 2.1.11.3 16.2.1 14.3 4.3.1

Class Letter

Name

E TB BT L TB AT AR

Cathode Cold Directly heated Electron tube Indirectly heated Ionically heated Photo Pool Tapped Cathode ray tube Cavity, tuned Cavity resonator Cell Aluminum (Arrester) Battery Blocking-Layer (Photosensitive) Conductivity Electrolytic (Arrester) Photosensitive Photoconductive Assymmetrical Symmetrical

MP S

4.10.2 4.9.2 4.7.2

S S S

8.5.6.2 8.5.6.4 8.5.6.1 8.5.6.3 8.3.1

D,VR D,VR D,VR D,VR

16.3.3 16.2.1 13.5.11-13 13.1.5

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9.5.12.19 3.1.1.1 2.2.14 10.1.2

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3.1 3.1.9

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3.1.8.3 3.1.8.1 5.2 3.2.2 3.1.1 3.1.12 3.10 3.2.2 4.13.10

W W E W W E E W S

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9.5.8 6.2.8

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Photovoltaic Solar Chassis Chassis connection Choke coil Choke waveguide flanges Chopper Circuit Breaker Air Magnetic Thermal Element (general) Open Return Short Terminal Circuit-closing switch Locking Nonlocking Pushbutton Circuit-opening switch Nonlocking Pushbutton Circular Hybrid Waveguide Waveguide rotary joint Circulator Fixed direction Reversible direction Clean earth Clip Alligator Test Clock Contact making Clockwise rotation Clutch Coaxial Cable Connector Resonator Rotary joint Waveguide Structure not maintained

9.5.12.16

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15.8.4 15.8.4.1 3.9.1.1

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Name

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Index

Compression amplifier Condenser, synchronous Conditional wiring Conductance (VHH, VHF, SHF) Conductive path Conductivity cell Conductor Assembled Associated Junction Hermaphroditic Not connected Shielded Underground Cable Conductor junction Connection Chassis Common Frame Mechanical Connector Asymmetrical (waveguide) Communication switchboard type

Item Number 6.2 6.2 4.4 4.5.2 4.5 4.5 6.4 6.2 6.2.9 7.1.1.3 11.1.3 7.3.4

Class Letter

Name Disconnecting device Symmetrical (waveguide) Waveguide Connector adapter Connector, coaxial Constant-current transformer Contact Bridging Electrical Fixed Locking Moving Nonlocking Rotating Split Reed Vibrator Reed Contact assembly, basic Contact make-break ammeter Contact make-break voltmeter Contactor Continuous loop fire detector Continuously adjustable Inductor, inductance Resistor Control-differen tial transmitter, synchro Control transformer, synchro Control transmitter, synchro Controlled rectifier N-type P-type Controlling electrode Beam-confining or beam-forming Deflecting Excitor Grid Ignitor Reflecting or repelling Controlling radio station Convenience outlets Converter, motor Core Air Magnet Magnetic Magnetic memory Coulomb accumulator Counter, electromagnetically operated Counterpoise, antenna Coupled tunable resonator Coupler Directional RF rotary Coupling Coupling capacitor Crossing of paths Crystal diode Crystal rectifier Crystal uni t Current Limiter Kind (qualifying symbols) Measuring thermocouple Dissimilar metals Semiconductor Regulator diode

L L L L L L L L L DS V

7.1.4 7.1.4.2 7.1.4.1 7.1.3 7.1.3.1 7.1.3.1 7.1.3.1 7.1.3.1 7.1.3.2 7.1.3.2 8.2.5.1 8.2.5 4.11 20.6.3 3.9.3

S A

5.3.5 11.2.6 13.2.1 13.1.5 13.2.1 13.7 13.4.13 13.4.14 13.4.9 13.4.10 16.2.1 13.6.1-4 3.3 15.1.3.3 3.1.2 7.6 3.1 3.1.8 3.1.7 3.1.6.4 3.1.6.5 3.1.12 3.1.8.1 3.2.2 3.1.6.5

J,P DB L

3.9.2 3.9.3 3.9.2 14.1 5.3 5.7.2 5.3.5

L MG G G B B AR G

W Z W E W W W

J,P E W W J, P

J,P,X J,P J,P

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Item Number

Class Letter

5.3 5.7.1 5.7 5.6.5 5.6 6.4.6

J,P J,P J,P CP J,P T

4.2.2.4 4.2 4.2.1 4.2.2.2 4.2.2 4.2.2.3 4.2.2.7 4.2.2.6 4.2.2.5 4.3 12.1 12.1 4.29 2.16 1.1.3.1 6.2.5 2.1.4

E E E E E E E E E S M M K,S E

13.8 13.8 13.8 16.3.2 8.6.12.1 8.6.13.1 7.1.2

B B B PS Q Q

L R

7.1.2.1 7.1.2.2 7.1.2.4 7.1.2.1 7.1.2.3 7.1.2.2 20.1.6 5.4 13.7.5 6.1 6.1.1 6.1.3 6.1.2 6.1.4 7.5

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12.2 2.3.4 15.9.2-4

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15.3 15.7 15.2 2.2.11 3.1.5 8.5.1 8.5.1 2.10

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E E E M

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C CR,D CR,D Y

9.2 1.8

F

2.13.2 8.8.2 8.5.11

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Cutout, primary fuse E·pJane coupling

Name Transformer Polarity markings Cutout, primary fuse Dry Oil Cutout, thermal Element Flasher Darlington transistor Dashpot, relay Data flow code signals DB meter DBM meter DC (see direct-current) DC to dc rotary converter With common permanent magnet field With common field winding Decibel meter Deflecting electrode Delay Delay function Delay line Del ta connection Delta winding Demand meter Demand totalizing relay meter Demodulator, diode-type ring Detector Continuous loop fire Crystal Primary Device Actuating, thermal Audible signaling Disconnecting Outdoor metering Semiconductor Visual signaling Diac, trigger Dial, switch, telephone Dial telephone Dial-type telephone set Diametrical winding Dielectric-filled metallic waveguide Dielectric path Differential Capacitor Current relay Phase-shifter Receiver (synchro) Relay Relay protective function Transmitter Digital logic functions Diode Avalanche Backward Breakdown Bidirectional Unidirectional Capacitive Crystal

Cu tout, primary fuse E-plane coupling

Index Item Number

Class Letter

6.4.18 1.6.3.1

T

9.1.2 9.1.3 4.20 2.14 4.22

F F S HR S

8.6.17 4.30 19.1 12.1 12.1

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13.4.24 13.4.25 12.1 7.1.2.2 1.2.5 2.6 1.2.5 2.6 1.9.3 13.3.5 12.1 12.1 16.8

MG MG M

Name Light emitting Photo Emissive type Sensitive type Bidirectional (photosensitive type) PIN-type Rectifier (semiconductor) Reverse blocking Semiconductor Step-recovery Storage Temperature dependent Tunnel Voltage regulator Diode-type ring demodulator Diode-type ring modulator Dipole antenna Direct current Amplifier Generator Isolation, intentional Machines Generator Motor Motor Source Direction-finding ratio station Direction of flow of power, signals, or information Directional coupler Directional distance (relay protective function) Directional overcurrent (relay protective function) Directional residual overcurrent (relay protective function) Directly heated cathode Disconnecting device Disconnecting fuse-switch

M M

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2.16 8.5.1 2.11

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2.14 10.1 5.3 6.4.21 8.1 11.2 8.5.6.3 4.25.2 16.1.1.2 20.6.4 13.3.6

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3.6.2.1 3.1.4

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2.2.6 9.5.12.7 16.6.4 13.8.3 4.30 9.5.6 13.8.3 18.1

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8.5.6.1 8.5.7.2

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8.5.6.2 8.5.6.4 8.5.6.1 8.5.6.3 8.5.2 8.5.1

D,CR D,CR D,CR D,CR D,CR D,CR

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Class Letter

D,CR D,CR

8.5.4.3 8.5.12 8.5.1 8.5.8 8.5.1 8.5.9 8.5.5 8.5.3 8.5.7.1 8.5.6.1 16.8 16.8 2.3.2

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16.2.1 13.1.2.1 3.5 13.4 13.4.1-23 13.4.1-10 13.1.3.1 2.5.1 20.1.4

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1.7 15.3

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9.5.12.8 3.2 17.5

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Disconnecting switch Discontinuity Distance (protective relay function) Distribution line Divider, electronic Double Based diode N-type P-type Headset Zig-zag connection Double-biased relay Double-current (telegraph repeater) Double-current generator Double-delta connection Double-delta winding Double-throw switch Drop (annunciator) Drum switch Duplex (telegraph) Duplex telegraph repeater Dynamotor

20.4.4.1 13.4.18 1.9.11 13.3.7 4.6.2 11.2.2-8 4.13.11 20.5.5 20.4.3 13.4.17

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8.6.8 8.6.9 10.4.2 1.9.14 4.30

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r

Name Earphone Earth (see ground) Earth-station (satellite communication) Elapsed time meter Electret Electret material Electric bell Electric hom Electrical contact Electrically polarized relay Electrically restored drop Electrochemical step-function device Electrochemical time-dependence cell Electrode Anode Cathode Collecting Collecting and emitting Controlling Deflecting Emitting Exitor Grid Heater Ignitor Electrolytic capacitor Electrolytic cell Electromagnetic radiation Dependence Emitting Sensitivity Electromagnetically operated counter Electron tube Applications Heater Notes Terminals Electronic divider Electronic flash tube Electronic function generator Electronic multiplier Element Circuit (General) Fillt) (arrester) Fuse Fusible Hall Thermal Emitter Emitting electrode Cold cathode Directly heated cathode Indirectly heated cathode Ionically heated cathode Photocathode Pool cathode Enclosure Envelope Connections Terminals Epitaxial transistor PNP-type NPN-type Equalizer Equivalent chassis connection

Earphone Four-wire two-way repeater

Index Item Number 10.4 20.2.4 12.1 1.14 1.4.5 10.1.1 10.1.3 4.2 4.30 11.2.5

Class

Letter

Erasing head Esaki diode Evacuated switch Exchange equipment Excitor electrode Expansion amplifier Explosive squib External shield1 X-ray Extinguisher, fire (actuating head) Extrinsic adjustability

HT

M E

LS LS E K DS

7.5

M

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M

7.1.3 7.1.1 7.1.3 7.1.4 7.1.2 7.1.2.2 7.1.1 7.1.2.4 7.1.2.1 7.1.5 7.1.2.3 2.2.2 9.3.3

Name

Facsimile (telegraph) Qualifying symbol Receiver Facsimile set Fast operate relay Fast release relay Fault signal code Feed-through capacitor Feedback amplifier Female nonpolarized connector Female polarized connector Ferrite bead ring Field Commutating Compensating Generator or motor Permanent magnet Separately excited Series Shunt Field-effect transistor N-type P-type Field polarization amplitude modulator Field polarization rotator Field winding Filament, electron tube Film element, arrester Filter Band elimination Bandpass Frequency High pass Low pass Mode Fire detector, continuous loop Fire extinguisher (actuating head) Five conductor cable Fixed capacitor Fixed contact Fixed direction circulator Flag indicator, coil operated Flanges, waveguide Flash tube, electronic Flasher (circuit interrupter) Flexible waveguide Flow Flow-actuated switch Fluorescent lamp Foot operated switch Forward-wave traveling-wave tube Four layer diode Four-position switch Four-wire two-way repeater

C E

1.3 1.3 1.3 12.2 7.1 7.3 7.1.5 7.2 5.1.2 17.5 11.1.6 17.6 17.4 16.1.1 9.3.7 9.1 9.1 8.9 2.14 8.2.4 7.1.1 7.1.1.3 7.1.1.1 7.1.1.2 7.1.1.6 7.1.1.4 7.1.1.5 1.10 1.10 5.1.2 5.1.2.2 8.6.1 8.6.2 16.1.1.2 3.9.2

M V V E A DS A A E F F E

E E Q Q EQ

101

Item Number

Class

Letter

2.9.4 8.5.7.1 4.25.3 20.3 7.1.2.4 16.2.1 2.12.1 7.1.6.2

PU D,CR S

16.12 1.1

E

AR SQ E

20.5.6.6 20.5.7.6 16.1.1.2 4.30 4.30 19.1.3 2.2.12 16.2.8 5.4.4 5.4.5 15.18

C AR J,P J,P E

13.2.1 13.2.1 13.2 13.2.4 13.2.3 13.2.2 13.2.3

L L L E L L L

8.6.10.1 8.6.11.1 15.8.6 15.8.5 13.2 7.1.5 9.3.7 16.1.1.2 16.1.1.2 16.1.1.2 15.16.2 16.1.1.2 16.1.1.2 15.16.1 2.16 16.12 3.1.8.6 2.2.1 4.2.1 15.8.4 6.2.9 5.7 11.1.6 4.22 3.6.4 1.7 4.17 11.1.2 4.23 15.14.1-5 8.5.8 4.3.8.3 16.4.4

A K K

Q Q A,U A,U L E FL FL FL FL FL FL FL E E W C E HY L J,P DS S W S DS S

V D,CR S AR

Frame connection Inertia switch

Frame connection Inertia switch

Index Name

Frame connection Frequency converter, induction Frequency filter Frequency meter Full-wave rectifier, bridge Function potentiometer Functional flow path Functional symbols Amplifier circuit Composite circuit Digital logic elements Linear element Relay contacts Relay or operating coil Signal generator Switch Switching Fuse Fusible element Fusible link Future Equipment Path Galvanometer Gap Horn Protective Sphere Gas (recognition symbol) Gas-filled tube envelope Gas-filled waveguide Gas pressure (relay protective function) Gaseous liquid (recognition symbol) Gate (control electrode) Geiger-Muller counter tube Generalized ac source Generalized integrator Generating station Generator (rotating machinery) Acyclic Alternating current Amplidyne Compound (dc) Compound (dc-3 wire) Direct current Double current Field Hand Magnetoelectric Regulating Synchronous Winding connection symbols Generator, electronic function Gland, cable Glow lamp Goubau line Governor Grid electrode Grid-type annunciator Ground Low-noise

Item Number

Class Letter

3.9.2 13.5.2 15.16.2 12.1 16.3.3 17.9 19.1.1

G Z M D,CR R

19.2.1 19.2.8 19.2.7 19.2.3 19.2.4 19.2.5 19.2.2 19.2.6 4.1 9.1 9.1 2.1.2.3

F F SQ

A4.10 3.4 3.4

W

12.1 9.3 9.3.4 9.3.5 9.3.6 1.4.1 1.10.3 3.6.2.3

M E E E E

W

9.5.12.19 1.4.4 8.2.9 7.5 2.7 17.7 ·21.1 13.4.19 13.1.2.2 13.5-6 13.4.20.23 13.4.9-10 13.4.13-14 13.1.2.1 13.4 13.4.18 13.2 13.1.6 13.5.10 13.4.20-23 13.1.2.3 13.6.1 13.3 17.6 3.10 11.1.3 3.6.7 4.27 7.1.2.1 11.2.2 3.9.1 3.9.1.1

Item Number

Class Letter

Noiseless Protective Relay, protective function Safety Ground detector Grouping of leads Guided path Gyrator Gyro Gyrocompass Gyroscope

3.9.1.1 3.9.1.2 9.5.10 3.9.1.2 12.1 3.1.10 3.1.1 15.8.3 16.9 16.9 16.9

W Z A A A

H-plane coupling Half-wave antenna Half-wave rectifier (diode) Hall element Hall generator Hand generator Handset Head Erasing Playback Recorder Reproducer Stereo Headset Double Single Hearing aid receiver Heater, electron tube Heating lamp Heating resistor Hermaphroditic connection High-pass filter Hook switch Hom Horn gap Howler Hybrid Circular Junction Hydroelectric generating station Hydrophone Hysteresis motor

15.2.1 2.3 8.5.1 8.9 8.9 13.1.5 10.3 2.9 2.9.4 2.9.3 2.9.2 2.9.3 2.9.6

CP E D,CR E E G HS PU PU PU PU PU PU

10.4.2 10.4.3 10.4 7.1.5 11.1.1 2.1.8 3.1.6.5 16.1.1.2 4.25.1 10.1.3 9.3.4 10.1.3.2 15.4 15.4.4 15.4.2

HT HT HT

21.2 10.1.3 13.5.7

MK

Ignitor electrode Ignitor plug Ignitor squib Dluminating lamp Incandescent lamp Indicating, pilot, signaling or switchboard light Indicating meter Indicator, coil operated flag Indirectly heated cathode Induction generator Induction motor Induction voltage regulator Inductive reactance Inductive susceptance Inductive termination Inductor Saturable-core Shunt Tapped Inertia switch

7.1.2.3 2.17 2.12.2 11.1.4 11.1.4

E SQ DS DS

Name

V A G G G G G G G G G L G G G G G A E DS W S DS

102

11.2.7 12.1 6.2.9 7.1.1.2 13.5.1 13.5.1 6.4.12-14 15.1.2.2 15.1.2.3 6.2.7 6.2 6.3 6.2.6 6.2.6 4.31

HR HR J,P FL S LS E LS HY HY HY

~

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B

DS M L G B

VR Z Z AT L L L L S

~

Inherent variability Magnetic

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Inherent variabliJity Magnetic

Index Name

Item Number

Inherent variability Linear Nonlinear Instrument, meter Instrument shunt Insulated gate Integral heater, thermocouple Integrating meter Integrator (amplifier) Integrator, generalized Intentional direct current isolation Interlock Mechanical Safety Internal shield, tube Interruptor, vibrator Intrinsic region Intrinsic variability Inverter (rotating machine) Ionically heated cathode Ionization chamber Ionizing radiation Dependence, sensitivity Emissivity Isolation, intentional dc Isolator (nonreciprocal) Isolator, photon-coupled

1.1.2 1.1.2.1 1.1.2.2 12.1 2.1.9 8.2.8 2.13.2 12.1 17.3 17.7

Jack Coaxial Connector Contact Jeweled signal ligh t Joint, rotary Junction, hybrid Junction of paths or conductors Junction transistor

5.3.3 5.6 5.3 4.2.1.1 11.2.8 15.7 15.4.2

Key, telegraph Key contact Key operated lock switch Key switch Key board (telegraph) Keyboard perforator Kinescope Klystron Knife switch

4.26 4.2.1.1 4.25.5 4.12 20.5.6.5 20.5.7.7 7.3.6 15.12 4.6.3

Lamp Ballast Cold-cathode Communication switchboard Fluorescent Glow Incandescent Indicating Neon Solid state

11.1 11.1.5 11.1.3 11.2.6 11.1.2 11.1.3 11.1.4 11.2.7 11.1.3 11.1.1 8.5.4.2 11.2.7 4.30 4.14.3 5.1.2 4.12

Switchboard Latching relay Lead-screw limit switch Letter combinations, terminal Lever-swi tch

Class Letter

Name Light Emitting diode Dluminating Indicating or pilot Jeweled signal Sensitive diode Signal Source, general Switchboard Light dependent device Lightning arrester Limit switch Spring return Limiter, current Limiting amplifier Line Distribution Loaded Overhead Radio Submarine Telephone Transmission Underground Underwater Line stretcher Linear adjustability Linear coupler Linear variability Link sensing Linkage, mechanical Liquid (recognition symbol) Liquid level switch Load-ratio control Autotransformer Transformer Loaded line Local battery telephone set Locking switch Loop antenna Loop coupling Electron tube Path Space Loudspeaker Loudspeaker microphone Loudspeaker-type telephone set Low-noise ground Low-pass filter Low-voltage power network

M R TC M A A

3.5 14.1 4.15 7.1.6.1 4.28 8.2.7 1.1.2 13.7 7.1.1.6 7.5 1.3.2 1.3.3 3.5 15.8.1 8.10

3.1.6 8.6.1

S G MG V

AT A,U J J J E DS E

HY

Q S E S S V V

S

Machine AC and dc composite Alternating current Direct current Rotating MagicT Magnet, permanent Magnetic Amplifier Blowout coil Core Core transformer Field dependent device Head Memory core Shielded windings

RT DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS K

S S

103

Item Number

Class Letter

8.5.4.2 11.1.4 11.2.7 11.2.8 8.5.4.1 11.2.7 11.1.1 11.2.7 1.3 9.3 4.14 4.14.5 9.2 16.2.1

DS DS DS DS D,CR DS DS DS E S S F AR

3.2 3.2.5 3.2.4 3.2.6 3.2.3 3.2.1.1 3.2 3.2.2 3.2.3 15.19 1.1.1.3 6.5 1.1.2.1 2.12.3 14.1 1.4.2 4.18

S

6.4.10.2 6.4.11 3.2.5 20.6.2 4.10 2.3.3

T T W A S E

7.1.7.1 15.3 15.2.2 10.1.3 10.1.3.3

E CP CP

20.6.9 3.9.1.1 16.1.1.2 16.5.2

A

W W W W· W W W W W T SQ

LS LS

FL Z

13.7 13.5-6 13.4 13.1 15.4.2 2.8

MG B,G B,G

16.2 4.4 6.1.2 6.4.2 1.2.2 2.9 6.1.4 6.4.2.3

AR L E T

HY E

PU E

Magnetic-latching relay Oscillator

Name

Magnetic-latching relay Magnetically polarized relay Magnetoelectric generator Magnetoresistor Magnetron Major functional flow path Make contact Make switch Locking Nonlocking Pushbutton Make-before-break contact Make-before-break switch Male non polarized connector Manual Control Manual switchboard Manually restored drop Marconi antenna Marginal relay Master switch Mated waveguide flanges Mating connectors Measuring transducer Mechanical Connection Interlock Linkage Mercury pool tube Mercury switch Mesa transistor Message register Metallic rectifier Meter Metering device, outdoor Microammeter Microphone Microphone-loudspeaker MiUiammeter Minor functional flow path Mobile radio station Mode filter Mode suppressor Mode transducer Modifiers (see qualifiers) Modulator, field polarization, amplitude Modulator, diode-type ring Moist gas (recognition symbol) Momentary contact Momentary switch Monitoring amplifier Motion, mechanical Motional pickup transducer Motor Alternating current Compound, dc Converter Direct current Field Induction Multispeed Reluctance Series ac Split-phase Squirrel-cage Synchronous DC field Winding symbols

Magnetic-latching relay Oscillator

Index Item Number

Class Letter

4.30 4.30 13.5.10 2.1.7 15.11 19.1.1.1 4.3.2

K K

4.10.1 4.9.1 4.7.1 4.3.4 4.10.5 5.4.3 14.4 20.3.3 11.2.4 2.3 4.30 4.13.9 5.7.1-2 5.3.4 2.11

S S S S S J,P

14.1 14.1 14.1 7.3.7 4.32 8.6.1 12.2 8.5.1 12.1 6.4.21 12.1 10.2 10.1.3.3 12.1 19.1.1.2 20.1.3 15.16.1 15.6 15.5

G R V S

E K

S J,P J,P A,MT

V S

Q

M D,CR M T M

MK LS M

FL FL MT A,U D,CR

13.1.3.2 13.4.9.10 13.7.5 13.1.3.1 13.2 13.5 13.1.4 13.5.8 13.5.3 13.5.1 13.5.1 13.1.3.3 13.6.1 13.3

B B MG B L B B B B B B B B

Item Number

Class Letter

Movable short Moving contact Multiplier, electronic Multicell battery Mul tigap arrester Multiple monolithic transistor Multiposition switch Multispeed motor Multistub tuner Multiway switch Multiwinding coil Mushroom head switch

3.8.3 4.2.2 17.4 2.5.3 9.3.8 8.6.2.1 4.13 13.1.4 15.1.6 4.3.8 4.5.2 4.25.4

AT

N-emitter Plurality of Single Negative phase-sequence overcurrent (relay protective function) Neon lamp Network Low voltage power Phase changing Protector NIP region No bias relay Noise meter Noiseless clean earth Nonionizing electromagnetic radiation Dependence or emissivity Nonlinear Adjustability Resistor Variability Inherent Preset Nonlocking switch Nonpolarized connectors Nonreactive relay Nonreciprocal devices Directional phase shifter Nonshorting selector switch Normaled through connector NPIN with ohmic connection NPIP with. ohmic connection NPN transistor with multiple emitters NPN transverse biased NPNP switch, triode Numerous conductors

DS

15.8.6 16.8 1.4.4.2 4.2.1.3 4.7 16.2.1 14.2 2.11

Name

E

S AR

~

E

A BT E

Q S B Z

S K

S

8.2.4.2.1 8.2.4.2 9.5.12.18 11.1.3 16.5 16.5.2 16.6 9.4.3 8.2.2.2 4.30 12.1 3.9.1.1

DS Z Z Z

CB K

M

1.3.1 1.1.1.4 2.1.5 1.1.2.2 1.1.1.2 4.9 5.4.3-4 4.30 15.8 15.8.2 4.13.2 5.3.6 8.6.5 8.6.7 8.6.2 8.6.2.1 8.6.3 8.6.13.1 3.1.2.3

R

~

S J,P K Z

S J,P Q Q

Q Q Q Q

W

A,MT Ohmic drop exciter Ohmmeter Oil pressure meter One-time thermal-overload device One-way repeater One-way simplex telegraph repeater Open circuit Operating coil Operating quantity (relays) Operational amplifier Operator's set Optical shielding Oscillator

104

13.5.14:15 12.1 12.1

M M

9.1 16.4.1

F AR

20.4.1 3.8.1 4.5 9.5.9 17.1 10.3 1.11.2 2.7

AT L AR HS E G

~

Oscillograph Power

r

Oscillograph Power

Index Name

Oscillograph Oscilloscope Out-of-step (protective relay function) Outdoor metering device Output amplifier Output control, variable Overcurrent (protective relay function) Overfrequency (protective relay function) Overhead line Overtemperature (protective relay function) Overvoltage absorber P-emitter Plurality of Single PIN region Pad Page printing (telegraph) Qualifying symbol Receiver Pair Parametric amplifier Parametric diode Passive relay station Passive space station Path Air or space Conductive Crossing of Dielectric Junction of paths Transmission Pentode Perforated tape (telegraph) Permanent magnet Phase balance (relay protective function) Phase changing network Phase sequence quantities Phase sequence (relay protective function) Phase shifter Capacitor Differential Nonreciprocal Rotating machines VHF, UHF, SHF Phase shifting network Phasemet~r

Photocathode Photocell, barrier Photoconductive transducer Assymmetrical Symmetrical Photodiode Emissive type Sensitive type Photo-duo-diode Photoemissive diode with photo transistor (Isolator) Photon-coupled isolator Photosensitive cell

/tem Number

Class Letter

12.1 12.1

M M

9.5.12.20 6.4.21 16.2.1 2.4.4

T AR AT

Name

Phototransistor (2-lead) 8.5.10 Photo transistor (3-lead) 8.6.16 Phototube 7.3.5 Photovoltaic transducer 8.7.3 Physical state recognition symbol 1.4 Pickup 2.9 Picture tu be 7.3.6 Piezoelectric crystal unit 2.10 Pilot light 11.2.7 Pilot wire (relay protective function) Differential current (relay) 9.5.12.14 Directional comparison (relay) 9.5.12.15 Relay 9.5.7 PIN-type diode 8.5.12 Plain waveguide flanges 5.7.3 Planar transistor PNP-type 8.6.1 NPN-type 8.6.2 Playback head 2.9.3 Plug 5.3 Coaxial 5.6 Connector 5.3 Female 5.3.1 Ignitor 2.17 Male 5.3.2 Switchboard 5.3.5 Pneumatic (recognition symbol) 1.4.1 PIN region 8.2.2.1 PNIN with ohmic connection 8.6.6 PNIP with ohmic connection 8.6.4 PNP transistor 8.6.1 With case connected 8.6.1.1 PNPN switch Diode 8.5.8 Triode 8.6.12.1 Point contact transistor 8.6.1 Polarity markings 1.6.1.2 Instantaneous (windings) 1.6.3 Polarized capacitor 2.2.2 Polarized connector 5.4.5 Polarizing marking, instantanous 1.6.3 Polyphase transformer 6.4.16 Pool cathode 7.1.1.5 Pool cathode rectifier 7.3.7.5 Portable radio station 20.1.2 Position indicator 12.1 16.10 Position transmitter 16.11 Positional servomechanism 17.8 Positive phase sequence undervoltage (protective relay function) 9.5.12.17 Potential device, capacitor coupling 2.2.15-17 Potential transformer 6.4.20 Polarity marking 1.6.3.2 Potentiometer 2.1.3 Function 17.9 Potentiometer contact, adjustable 4.2.2.1 Power Amplifier 16.2.1 5.4 Connector Directional relay 9.Q..12.5 Factor meter i2.1 Flow 1.7 16.3 Rectifier

9.5.12.1 9.5.12.10 3.2.4 9.5.12.11 8.5.6 8.2.4.1.1 8.2.4.18.2.2.1 2.4.1 20.5.6.4 20.5.7.4 3.1.7.1 16.2 8.5.2 20.1.7 20.2.3 3.1 3.1.3 3.1.2 3.1.6 3.1.4 3.1.5 3.1 7.3.2 20.5.6.2 2.8 9.5.12.12 16.6 9.5.11 9.5.12.13 16.6 2.2.7 16.6.4 15.8.2 13.5.17-18 15.17 16.6 12.1 7.1.1.4 8.7.3

W D,VR

AT

W AR D,CR W W W W V E

K Z

K Z C Z Z Z Z Z M

BT

8.5.4 8.7.1 2.1.13 8.7.2 8.5.4 8.5.4.2 8.5.4.1 8.5.4.3

D,CR D,CR R R

8.10.4 8.10 8.7

A,U A,U

Item Number

DS D,CR D,CR

105

Class Letter D,CR Q V BT PU V Y DS K K K D,CR J,P

Q Q PU P P P P E P P Q Q Q Q D,CR Q

Q C J,P,X T V M M A

A,U T R R E AR J,P K M PS

Preamp Ringing relay

Preamp Ringing relay

Index Name

Supply DC Supply connectors Preamp Preamplifier stage Preset adjustability Continuous In steps Pressure operated switch Pressure tight bulkhead cable gland Primary detector Prime movers (generating stations) Prin ted wiring board chassis connectioq Printing reperforator (telegraph) Probe, test Probe coupling Program amplifier Proportional counter tube Protective functions, relay Protective gap Protective ground Protector Network Telephone Pushbutton switch Pushbutton telephone set Quad conductors Quartz crystal unit Radiation indicators Radio beacon Radio frequency cable, coaxial Radio link Radio station Reactance Capacitive Diode Inductive Infinite, L-C circuit Zero, L-C circuit Reactive factor meter Reactor Reading head Receiver Hearing aid Synchro Telegraph Telephone Receptacle Recorder set, sound Recording Demand meter Head Meter Pickup Unit Rectangular waveguide Rectifier Bridge-type Controlled Semiconductor (diode-type) Semiconductor (triode-type)

/tem Number

Class Letter

16.1.1.2 2.5.1 5.4 16.2.1 16.2.1 1.1.1.2 1.1.4.1 1.1.4.2 4.19 4.33

PS BT J,P AR AR

3.10 2.11

E MT

Name

Diode (semiconductor type) Electron tube Metallic Polarity marking Semiconductor Tube Gas filled Pool type Rectifying junction Reed, vibrator Regenerative-type telegraph repeater Register, message Regulating generator Regulating machine Regulator Bidirectional diode Current (diode) Induction voltage Load ratio control transformer Speed Step vol tage

S S

21.4 3.9.2 20.5.7.3 5.3.2 15.2.5 16.2.1 7.5 9.5.1 9.3.5 3.9.1.2 9.4.3 9.3.2 4.7.8 20.6.5 3.1.7.3 2.10

E CP AR V

E CB E S A W Y

1.3 20.1.5 3.1.9 3.2.6 20.1

W W

15.1.2.1 8.5.2 15.1.2.2 15.1.2.5 15.1.2.4 12.1 6.2 2.9.3

Z D,CR Z Z Z M L PU

10.4 13.8 20.5.3 10.4 5.3.3 16.1.1.2

HT B HT J,P A

12.1 2.9.2 12.1 2.9.2 16.1.1.2 3.6.2

M PU M PU A W

16.3 16.3.2 8.5.8.9 8.6.12, 13,15

Unidirectional diode voltage Relay Coil Basic Contact Demand totalizing meter Functions (protective) Operating coil Operating quantities Protective functions Shunt Thermal Reluctance motor Remanent relay Repeater Repeating coil (see transformer) Reproducer Sound Reproducing unit RepUlsion motor Repulsion-start motor Resistance (discontinuity) Resistance, lamp Resistive termination Resistor Adjustable Heating Nonlinear Shunt Tapped Thermal (thermistor) Voltage sensitive Resolver Resonator Cavity Tube (cavity type) elements Return circuit Reversible direction circulator RF amplifier RF coupler, rotary Rheostat Ridged waveguide Ringer, telephone Ringing relay

PS D,CR

/tem Number

Class Letter

8.5.1 7.1 8.5.1 16.3.4 8.5.1

D,CR V D,CR

7.3.4.1 7.3.7.3-5 8.2.2 4.2.2.5 20.4.5.4 12.2 13.4.20 13.5.16

~

D,CR V V MP

M G G

8.5.6.2 8.5.11 6.4.12-14 6.4.11 4.27 6.4.10 6.4.10.1 6.4.12-14 8.5.6.1 4.30 4.5 4.30.1 4.2.1.1 12.1 9.5.1 4.5 9.5.9 9.5.1 2.1.9 4.30.5 13.5.8 4.30 16.4

D,VR D,CR T T S VR T VR D,VR K L

2.9 2.9.3 16.1.1.2 13.5.1 13.5.6 15.1.2.3 11.1.5 2.2.11 2.1 2.1.3 2.1.8 2.1.5 2.1.10 2.1.2 2.1.12 2.1.6 13.8

PU PU

15.9 15.10 3.9 15.8.4.1 16.2.1 15.7 2.1.4 3.6.6 10.1.1 4.30

Z

E M L

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R K B K AR

A

B B Z RT AT R R HR R

R R

RT RV B

HY AR E R W LS K

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106

Rotary Speed regula tor

Rotary Speed regulator

Index !\'ame

Rotary Amplifier Coupler Joint Phase converter Switch Rotary converter, dc to dc Rotating Amplifier Armature Electrical contact ring (slip ring) Machine Rotation Rotation speed indicator Rotator, field polarization Safety gap Safety ground Safety interlock Circuit closing Circuit opening Sandwich line Sandwich wound relay Saturable-core inductor Saturab le-core reactor Scott connection SCR (see semiconductor controlled rectifier) Sector switc h Segmental contact switch Selector switch Self'interrupting switch Semiconductor controlled rectifier (SCR) Semiconductor controlled switch Semiconductor dev ice Diod e Element symbols Hall element HaJJ genera tor Photose nsitive cell Rules Solid-state thyratron Terminals Tetrode Th ermoc oupl e Three-terminal dev ices Two terminal devices Sensing link Sensor Temperature Separate drive vibrator Separately excited field Series element (d isconti nunity) Series field Servomechanism, positiona l Set Facs imile Operator's Shaded·pole motor Shaft operated switch Shield, shielding Electr ical Electron tube Magnetic Optical Shielded Five conductor cable

Item Nu mber

Class Letter

13.4.20·23 15 .7 15.7 13.5.1 4 .14.4 13.4.24

G E E B S MG

13.4.20·23 13.1.5

G E

4 .2.2.7 13. 1 14 .2.3 14.2.6

SR B,G

15.8.1

A,U

9.3 3.9.1.2 4.15 4.15.2

4.15.1 3.7.2 4 .30 6.3 6 .3 1.9.10

Na me

E

S S S W

K L L

4.6 .7 4.13.4 4.13 4.22

S S S S

8.6.2,13 8.6.14 8.1 8.5 8.2 8 .9 8.9 8.7 8.4 8.11 5.1.2 8 .6.14 8.8 8.6 8.5 2.12.3 2.11 2.16 4.28 .2 13.2.3 15.1.1 13.2.2 17.8

Q Q D,CR,YR E E

Q E Q TC E SQ MT E G L Z L A

16.1.1.2 10.3 13.5.5 4.24 1. 1 1 1.11.1 7.1.6 1.11.1 1.11.2

A,U HS B S E E E E

3.1.8.2

W

107

Single co nductor Transformer Two cond uctor cable Shi fter, phase Nonreciprocal Rotating machine VHF, UHF, SHF Shockley diode Short circuit Shorting selector switch Shunt Capacitor Drive vibrator Element, discont inuity Field Conductor Instr ument relay Resistor Signal code Signal Dow Signal light Signaling device Audible Visua l Simultaneous printing l perforating (te legraph ) Single·current telegraph repeater Single headset Single phase transformer Single-throw sw itch Siren Six-phase symbo ls Sleeve Slide screw tuner Slide switch Sliding contact Slip ring Slow operate and rel ease relay Slow o perate relay Slow release relay Slow·wave structure Snap-off diode Solar cell Solenoid Solid dielectric waveguide Solid (recognition symbol) Solid·state thyrat ron Solion Sound projector, und erwater Sound recor der head Sound reproducer head Sou nd-powered telephone set Sou nder , telegraph Source, general ized ac Space path Space station Spark gap Speaker Special cable indica to r Special connector indica tor Special features Adjustability Preset Special-property Device symbols In dicators Speed operated sw itch Speed regulator

It em Number

3.1.8.1 6.4.2.2 3.1.8.4 16.6 1 5.8.2 13.5 .17·18 15.17 8.5.8 3.8.2 4.13.3

Class Lefl er W

T W

Z Z Z Z CR,D E S

2.2.9 4.28.1 15.1.3 13.2.3 6.2.6 2.1.9 2.1.10 19.1.2 1.7 11.2.7

C G Z L L R R

10.1 11.2

LS DS

DS

20.5.6.3 20.4.4.2 10.4 .3 6.4.15

4.6.1 10 .1.3 1.9.11.14 4.2.1.3 15.1.4 4.13.8 4.2.2.1 4 .2.2.7 4.30 4.30 4.30 2.6.3 8 .5.9 8.7.3 4.5 3.6.2.2 1.4.3 8. 11 7.4 10.1.3 2 .9.2 2.9.3 20.6.11 10.1.4 2.7 3.1.3 20.2 9.3 10.1.3 1.13 1.1 3

HT T S LS Z S E SR K K K DL D,CR BT L W

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Name

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Index

Sphere gap Splice Split envelope tube Split-phase motor or generator Split-reed vibrator Split-stator capacitor Spring return switch Squib Explosive Igniter Squirrel-cage machine Stabistor Standard volume indicator Star connection Station, telephone Steam (recognition symbol) Step-recovery diode Step-voltage regulator Stereo head Storage diode Stretcher, line Strip, bimetallic Strip-type transmission path Stripline Balanced Unbalanced Structure, slow-wave Submarine line Substation Subsynchronous motor Summing amplifier , Supply, power Suppression, mode Surface barrier transistor NPN-type PNP-type Surge arrester Susceptance, capacitive Inductive Infinite Zero Switch Aneroid Breaker Centrifugal Combination locking and nonlocking Contact Contactor Flow-actuated Foot-operated General Governor Hook Horn gap Interlock, safety Key Knife Lever Limit Liquid-level-actuated Locking Mercury Multiposition Multiway Nonlocking Pressure-actuated Pushbutton

Item Number

Class Letter

9.3.6 3.1.6.4 1.10.2 13.5.1 4.2.2.6 2.2.8 4.7 2.12 2.12.1 2.12.2 13.5.1 8.5.1 12.1 1.9.7 16.1.1.2 1.4.4.2 8.5.13 6.4.10.1 2.9.6 8.5.5 15.19 2.14 3.7

E E

Semiconductor controlled Safety, interlock Selector Sector Sector switch Self-interrupting switch Telegraph key Telephone Temperature-actuated Thermal cutout (flasher) Thermostat Time-delay Two-circuit

B,G MP C. S SQ SQ SQ B,G CR M A

Vibrator Switch, inertia Switch contact Switchboard Jack Lamp Light Manual Switching, automatic Switching function Symmetrical varistor Symmetrical waveguide connector Synchro Synchronous Condenser Converter Frequency changer Generator Induction motor Motor (Induction) Synchroscope

D,CR T PU D,CR W

W

3.7.2 3.7.1 2.6.3 3.2.3 21.5 13.5.9 17.2 16.1.1.2 15.6

W W DL W

8.6.2 8.6.1 9.3 15.1.2.1 15.1.2.3 15.1.2.4 15.1.2.5 4.6 4.33 9.4 4.24

Q

4.11 4.2.12 4.29 4.17 4.23 4.6 4.27 4.25.1 4.6.6 4.15 4.12 4.6.3 4.12 4.14 4.18 4.10 4.32 4.13 4.3.8 4.9 4.19 4.33 4.7

Name

B AR PS Z

Q

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T or Y adapter Tape printing (telegraph equipment) Qualifying symbols Receiver Tapped -- Delay function Heater Inductor Resistor Transformer Telegraph Equipment Key Repeater Sounder Telemeter Telephone Bell Dial Dial switch Handset Headset Line equalizer Operator's set Protector block Receiver Ringer Set

S E S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S

108

Item Number

Class Letter

8.6.14 4.15 4.13 4.13 4.6.7 4.22 4.26 4.25.2 4.20 4.22 4.21 4.16 4.7.3 4.8 4.9.3 4.28 4.31 4.2

Q S S S S S S S S S S S S S S G S E

5.3.5.1 11.2.6 11.2.7 20.3.3 20.3.2 4.1 2.1.6

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Name

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Index Class Letter

Name

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Traic, gated switch Triode type Bidirectional Reverse-blocking N-type gate P-type gate Time closing contact Time-delay switches Time-opening contact Time-sequential closing contact Toggle-switch Locking Nonlocking Torque (synchro) Differential receiver Di fferen tial transmi tter Receiver Transmitter Torque amplifier Total time meter TR tube Track switch Closing Opening Transducer Measuring Mode Motional pickup Photoconductive Asymmetrical Symmetrical Photovoltaic Thermomechanical Transductor Transfer (switching function) Transfer contact Transformer Adjustable Inductance Auto Bank, 3 phase Connection symbols Current Load-ratio control

MK A A S D,CR TC TC M E RT S TB Z E

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AT E TB E E M S HR K RT RT

Polyphase Potential Saturating Single-phase Synchro control Three winding Winding with adjustable inductance Transistor Darlington Transition region Translation (motion) Transmission line Transmission path Transmitter Position Synchro Telegraph Telephone Traveling-wave Structure, slow Tubes Triac Triax (cable)

TC TC TC TC S W

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Class Letter

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2.11 15.5 2.11

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8.5.4.1 2.1.13 8.7.3 2.14 6.3 4.1.3 4.3.3 6.4 6.4.9 6.4.4-6 6.4.8-10 6.4.15.1 1.9 6.4.18 6.4.10.2 6.4.11 6.4.16 6.4.20 6.4.3 6.4.15 13.8.2 6.4.17

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Index Name

Trigger diac Trimmer capacitor Triode Triple-twisted conductors Tube Ballast Electron (see electron tube) Tunable resonator Tuned cavity Tuner E-H Slide screw Tunnel diode Tunneling (special-property indicator) Twinax (cable) Twin-triode electron tube Twisted pair conductor Twisted waveguide Two-circuit switch Maintained Mementary Nonlocking Two-conductor cable Two conductors (path) Two-phase Connection Winding (rotating machine) Two-pole double-throw switch Two-pole field-discharge switch Two-position switch Two-position transfer switch Two-way Repeater Bypassed Simplex Telegraph repeater

Item Number 8.5.6.3 2.2.4 7.3.1 3.1.7.2

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W V W W

4.8 4.7.3 4.9.3 3.1.8.5 3.1.2.1

S S S W W

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4.19 7.1 9.3.7 8.5.2 12.1

Name

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Class Letter

S S S S AR AR

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Item Number

Class Letter

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Variability Adjustability Continuous Steps General Inherent (intrinsic) Linear Inherent Nonlinear Inherent Preset Continuous Steps Variable Attenuator Capacitor Delay element Inductance Resistor Varicap Varistor Asymmetrical Symmetrical Varmeter Velocity, angular Velocity modulated tube Vibrator Interruptor Reed Split-reed Visual-signaling device Volt-ammeter Voltage reference diode Voltage regulator Auto transformer Bidirectional diode Control transformer Diode Induction 3-phase induction Triplex induction Tube Voltage sensitive resistor Voltmeter Volume indicator

6.4.10 8.5.6.2 6.4.11 8.5.6 8.4.12 6.4.14 6.4.13 7.3.4.1 2.1.6 12.1 12.1

Wafer switch Watthour meter Wattmeter WavegUide Circular Coaxial Connector Coupler, directional Coupling Directric-fUled metallic Flexible Gas filled Mode transducer Mode suppressor Rectangular Resonator Ridged Rotary coupler Rotary joint Sandwich line Solid-dielectric

4.13.7 12.1 12.1 3.6 3.6.1 3.6.3 5.7 15.8 15.2 3.6.2.1 3.6.4 3.6.2.3 15.5 15.6 3.6.2 15.9.2 3.6.6 15.7 15.7 3.7.2 3.6.2.2

1.1.3.1 1.1.3.2 1.1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.1.3 1.1.2.1 1.1.1.4 1.1.2.2 1.1.1.2 1.1.4.1 1.1.4.2 2.4.4 2.2.1 2.6.3 6.2.4 2.1.4 8.5.2

AT C DL L R D,CR

8.5.1 2.1.6 12.1 14.2.6 15.12 4.28 4.28 4.2.2.5 4.2.2.6 11.2 12.1 8.5.6.1

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Index Item Number

Class Letter

3.7.1 3.8 3.6.5 5.7 5.7.4 5.7.1-2 5.7.3 6.2 1.9 13.2 4.5 13.3 6.4.1 3.1 3.3 13.5.2 2.9.2

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8.5.6.1

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