#10 Schematics & Documentation [Post Homework Here]

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#10 Schematics & Documentation [Post Homework Here]

Postby ThePyroElectro » Thu Dec 27, 2012 9:14 pm

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Re: #10 Schematics & Documentation [Post Homework Here]

Postby coresnake » Fri Dec 28, 2012 1:29 am

What is the difference between a datasheet and a schematic?
Datasheet - gives information about a specific part
Schematic - conveys the design of an entire circuit

What is the circuit symbol for a power supply?
http://www.clker.com/cliparts/5/8/5/5/11970907491735964845vermeil_IEC_Cell_Symbol.svg.med.png

Draw a circuit that connects a +5v power supply, resistor and LED together so that when
everything is connected, the LED will turn on.
http://i.imgur.com/lgP00.png

What information will you typically find on the first page of a datasheet for an electronic part?
Description of what its used for, summary of functionality, pin outs for different sized packages

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Re: #10 Schematics & Documentation [Post Homework Here]

Postby ThePyroElectro » Fri Dec 28, 2012 3:52 am

coresnake wrote:What is the difference between a datasheet and a schematic?
Datasheet - gives information about a specific part
Schematic - conveys the design of an entire circuit

What is the circuit symbol for a power supply?
http://www.clker.com/cliparts/5/8/5/5/11970907491735964845vermeil_IEC_Cell_Symbol.svg.med.png

Draw a circuit that connects a +5v power supply, resistor and LED together so that when
everything is connected, the LED will turn on.
http://i.imgur.com/lgP00.png

What information will you typically find on the first page of a datasheet for an electronic part?
Description of what its used for, summary of functionality, pin outs for different sized packages


Good answers! Thanks for following along with this first course, we'll have the next course, An Introduction To Digital Electronics, live in March 2013.

I'll make one note about your circuit drawing for question 3, adding a reference marker to ground would make the circuit look prettier.

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Re: #10 Schematics & Documentation [Post Homework Here]

Postby coresnake » Fri Dec 28, 2012 5:42 pm

Cool, thanks for the lessons so far. Can't wait for March!

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Re: #10 Schematics & Documentation [Post Homework Here]

Postby jonnyquin » Sun Feb 17, 2013 2:36 am

HOMEWORK QUESTION 1
What is the difference between a datasheet and a schematic?
Datasheet provides valuable information about an specific component and a schematic shows the actual lay out of a circuit
HOMEWORK QUESTION 2
What is the circuit symbol for a power supply?
http://www.easyvectors.com/assets/image ... ip-art.jpg
HOMEWORK QUESTION 3
Draw a circuit that connects a +5v power supply, resistor and LED together so that when everything is connected, the LED will turn on.

see attached document
HOMEWORK QUESTION 4
What information will you typically find on the first page of a datasheet for an electronic part?
Name, model, make, characteristic parameters, pin numbers and functions, etc
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Re: #10 Schematics & Documentation [Post Homework Here]

Postby ThePyroElectro » Sun Feb 24, 2013 7:55 pm

jonnyquin wrote:HOMEWORK QUESTION 1
What is the difference between a datasheet and a schematic?
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HOMEWORK QUESTION 4
What information will you typically find on the first page of a datasheet for an electronic part?
Name, model, make, characteristic parameters, pin numbers and functions, etc


All correct answers. Although I'll make a small point that its a good idea to add 'reference designators' or ways to identify parts on your schematic. So to your drawing I would add, V1, R1 and D1. In addition the value of the part is a good thing to have: +9v, 470 ohm, 5mm Red LED.

Hope you enjoyed this course! The Digital Course is coming in March 2013!


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