Questions about grounding?
David Knell email (remove spam text)
At 23:09 05/12/95 -0800, you wrote:
>This might seem like a stupid question, but I have a schematic that have
>some parts, including the PIC, grounded or whatever with a inverted
>triangle. There is also a traditional ground symbol so my question is
>what is the inverted triagle?
It's sometimes used to indicate 0V, or sometimes the -ve supply rail
(if you've got +ve and -ve rails). I'm sure there must be a standard
for its use.
If there's no labelling on the triangle, then that's really slack of the
person who drew the circuit, and I guess you'll just have to work it
out from the context!
David Knell M.A.
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