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You won't find one. Schematics are not the sort of information they will publicly release. They'll have copies internally, and possibly distribute them on demand to their repair centres. But they won't release them to anyone.


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Some languages do not have the µ letter on the default keyboard and use mk as abbreviation for mikro. 1µF and 10µF are typical sizes for "big" blocking caps. Using just n for nanofarad and pF for picofarad provides a stronger optical difference between these units. Most caps in a digital circuit are expected to be in n range (small blocking caps), you want ...


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About the M: According to UTE C90-510 specification: a number of 3 digits maximum for the value a multiplying factor to obtain the capacitance in pF ( K = 103, M = 106, G = 109 ) Eg : 330M = 330⋅106pF = 330μF About the K: Tolerance can be given in % or specified by a code letter: M = ±20%; K = ±10%; J = ±5%.


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Use of the words "Port" and "Entity" suggests that you are working in the VHDL language, perhaps your schematic editor is a tool that allows the visual creation of VHDL designs. The actual meaning of the message is clear : you are trying to connect a signal to a pin that doesn't exist. For example, take this AND gate entity AND2 is port (A,B : in ...


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The way off page symbols are used is purely for documentation, and has no magic electrical significance. Documentation is intended to convey unambiguous information, from your past self to your future self, and between you and others. That means a) find out what the convention is for your drawing package, and field of application b) use that convention ...


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An off-page connector for an output should be drawn as an out arrow even if the output sinks current. Here's an example. Block diagram perspective: Detailed perspective (contents of the green block):


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You could potentially use LTspice to generate the netlist and run it it HSpice, you'll have to do some translation (HSpice will handle commands differently and if you have imported any parts, there may be syntax differenecs) but LTspice will generate netlists. Go to View/Netlist in LTspice or find the netlist file that is generated.


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If you want to make something fairly simple, it's easy enough - I was seriously contemplating making some low-ohm power resistors from strands of steel picture hanging wire when I discovered that I'd ordered the right value, been invoiced for the right value, and something a factor of 11 different had been shipped (and then sat too long to be returned ...


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"it's mostly expensive and I believe if you make it yourself its more cheaper." Then by all means go ahead and do so. I think you have a very strong and very wrong opinion about these matters. I think you have been looking in the wrong places. If you want cheap electronics parts, shop on ebay. "there have to be any FULL manual,schematics or design for ...


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Although I haven't done it, here's how I would do it. Create a schematic component for the machined pin socket (DIP-8, -14, 16, SIP, etc). Make each pin its own sub-component: J107-1, J107-2, ..., J107-16. This is not unlike U2A and U2B for a dual OpAmp. (Alternatively, you could make each pair of pins a sub-component: 1 and 16, 2 and 15. That would be ...



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