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Question related to schematic

#1 Post by axeldaniel.pat » 06 May 2021, 00:08

What is the meaning of this rectangle AND round in schematic and artwork ?
see attached photo for schematic and artwork both.
In schematic both out pins are sort.
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#2 Post by axeldaniel.pat » 13 May 2021, 02:10

can anybody answer this?

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Re: Question related to schematic

#3 Post by Tomg » 13 May 2021, 07:27

In the first drawing the "round" might represent a test point. The "rectangle" could be either a net-port/net-flag, a single-pin connector or part of a multi-pin connector. Typically, a test point would have a reference designator with a prefix of "TP" and a connector a reference designator with a prefix of either "J" or "P", depending on gender. Because of the lack of reference designators one is left to assume that the "round" is a test point and the "rectangle" is a net-port/net-flag. As for the "donuts" in the second drawing, your guess is better than mine.
Tom

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