Stencils tagged with ‘electronics’
Set of some relays that one can use to design direct logic.
Magnetized shapes for most Arduino boards: Arduino Pro Arduino Mini Arduino Nano Arduino Fio Arduino Micro Arduino Uno R3 and Arduino Leonardo Follow me on Twitter @ngeren
Advanced electronic components that I could not find elsewhere, including: - active sources (CCCS, CCVS, VCCS, and VCVS) - tapped inductors - zener, schottky, and bridge diodes (filled and outline) - momentary, SPST, DPST switches (correct symbols) - many connectors (headphone, RS232, molex, RJ45, BNC, RCA, servo, ATX) -...more
These symbols are used with my other PLC and electronic symbols.
These symbols are used with my other PLC and AutomationDirect symbols.
Here is a stencil for RF/microwave circuit diagrams. These symbols represent signal flow in radio-frequency circuits. They could be used in conjunction with electronics components from the "Electronics Components" stencil, also on Graffletopia. These symbols are based on a combination of symbols in common use. There is a bias...more
Smart Grid in-home applications icons for use with the Smart Grid II icons. These were developed while working on G.hn in-home networking technology concepts. Rev 1b includes G.hn icons for the four mediums it operates over. Also, replaced some original icons that had poor quality graphics with improved ones.
This stencil of circuit components includes equipment and novel components found in a physics lab. Documenting experimental setups in this way has been quite successful. I appreciate the circuit aesthetics of the "Microelectronics" textbook by Sedra and Smith, as well as the visual dictionary of components common in SPICE...more
Omnigraffle stencil for fiber optic sensors technology project design