Searchable schematic symbol library

Posted on Wednesday, January 5th, 2011 in documentation, site by the machinegeek

Did you ever wonder what an obscure schematic symbol represents?
Electrical What?! is a site that answers this question and more. It’s an intuitive, easily accessible, free and open library of symbols searchable by name or shape and attributes.

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