We draw circuits many times, but do you know without our notice sometimes we do some common mistakes in portraying them.

Today in our article we will discuss some of the commonly done mistakes while drawing the circuits.

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Resistor

Whenever we draw a resistor, the most important point what we need to keep in mind is, we should never end the bends of the resistor on the same side of which we had started i.e. If we started the bends of the resistor on upper side then we need to end the bends on the lower side.

 Bridge Rectifier

While drawing a bridge rectifier, the placement of diodes is very important, the AC should be given as input from the junction points of the diodes which are placed in the same direction and the DC should be collected as output from the junction points of the diodes which are placed in opposite direction.

 Chassis Ground

Normally we place the regular ground symbol for all types of circuits, but if we are making a circuit on a chassis (i.e. a wooden or metal frame) then we will not give ground to the earth, so there we should not use normal ground which resembles earth ground, there we have to use Chassis Ground.

 Step Down Transformer

If we are drawing a step down transformer, then we have to take care that the secondary winding should be smaller than the primary winding.

 Step Down Transformer

If we are drawing a step down transformer, then we have to take care of the iron core between the two windings, the iron core should be drawn with a length equal to the height of major winding.

 OR Gate

While drawing OR Gate we have to keep in mind that the end of OR Gate will be in Concave shape rather than a flat one.

 Diode Forward Bias

In DC, the Diode allows current only in forward bias condition, so we have to make sure that the diode’s Anode is connected to battery positive & diode’s Cathode is connected to battery negative.

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2 Comments

Raj · July 6, 2017 at 6:15 pm

It’s Really Good and Helpful to many Electronics students.

    immortalelectronics · July 6, 2017 at 8:31 pm

    Hi Raj,

    Thanks for your compliment

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