Do you anybody have a electrical circuit diagram for Renault 19 year 1993?
A "wiring diagram" usually shows how an appliance or other major piece of electrical equipment is to be hooked-up externally, say to its power supply and/or to other major pieces of electrical equipment. A "circuit diagram" usually shows how the electrical components, and the connections between them, should be made internally for an electrical appliance or a piece of electrical equipment. Circuit diagrams are also used to describe the technical electrical design of printed circuit…
Instead of actual component diagram,which might be very difficult to draw,it is a normal practice to use its symbol in a circuit diagram. there are standard symbols for almost all electrical and electronics components. not only they are used in circuit diagrams(to express the working of that circuit) but also in a number of warnings....for example the one for an electrical short circuit.
The single line diagram is circuit diagram where "one-line" is shown to represent three phases of a three phase power system. In addition to showing the ratings and size of electrical equipment and circuit conductors, a properly drawn one-line diagram will also show an electrically correct distribution of power with respect to current flow from the power source to the downstream loads or panelboards.
Circuit breakers do not have circuit diagrams. The breakers have an input where the distribution voltage is applied and an output where the load is applied. If you want to know what is inside a breaker, the electrical terminology to use is "shop drawings" of the specific breaker that you need information on.
a Block Diagram usually means that you draw the main components of a circuit/system with boxes *pretend / means in a box -/amplifier/-->/Analog to Digital Convertor/-->/Output/ a Block Diagram usually means that you draw the main components of a circuit/system with boxes *pretend / means in a box -/amplifier/-->/Analog to Digital Convertor/-->/Output/