A schematic is a diagram, drawing, or sketch that represents the elements of a system using abstract, graphic symbols rather than realistic pictures. A schematic usually omits all details that are not relevant to the information the schematic is intended to convey, and may add unrealistic elements that aid comprehension. For example, a subway map intended for riders may represent a subway station with a dot; the dot doesn't resemble the actual station at all but gives the viewer the information he needs without unnessary visual clutter.
a diagram or plan, as flow chart in a science textbook. See also schema.
A diagram which shows, by means of graphic symbols, the electrical connections, components and functions of an electrical system.
A diagram which shows, by means of graphic symbols, the electrical connections and functions of a specific circuit arrangement. Schematic Tools
An electrical diagram of electrical symbols.
A plan or drawing of an electronic circuit, similar to the way a blueprint represents the structure of a house.
represented in simplified or symbolic form
a blueprint for crafting something
a diagram, drawing, or sketch that details the elements of a computer technology, other representations were introduced and specialized
a drawing of an electrical circuit which shows all of the components and the electrical connections between them
a drawing that represents the track work of the layout and does not need to include curves nor the exact shape of the layout
a representation of a circuit, with various symbols representing devices and connections among the devices
a symbolic representation of your circuit
Diagram of a functional electronic circuit composed of symbols of all active and passive elements and their interconnecting matrix that forms the circuit.
() A diagram using symbols, icons, and connecting lines.
An outline, systematic arrangement, diagram, scheme, or plan. An orderly combination of events, persons, or things according to a definite plan. A diagram showing the relative position and/or function of different components or elements of an object or system.
A wiring diagram that shows by the use of symbols and lines the functions and connections of an electric pneumatic refrigeration, or air flow circuit.
A systematic drawing of an electrical/hydraulic circuit with components designated by electrical/electronic symbols or hydraulic symbols.
Drawing showing relationships between various pages of a Web site. Used in the planning stages and to double-check that all pages are correctly linked.
Another name for a circuit diagram.
A drawing that shows the electronic functionality and connectivity as well as the values of all the components in an electronic device or circuit.
An architect's sketches illustrating space planning, structural systems and structure in relationship to a site plan.
The wiring diagram of an electronic component or system, in which the components are represented by symbols rather than as literal pictures.
A simple diagram that illustrates an idea.
a formal drawing or diagram, usually of electronic circuits.
A specialized document type which provides an abstracted view of the functioning or operation of a thing or process which is otherwise not visible. It may use a mixture of lines, boxes, numbers, arrows, circles and symbols to illustrate relationships of functions, movement of parts or directions.
A drawing of an electrical appliances internal components and wiring
Plan diagram showing, for example, the electrical wiring circuits or the plumbing system.
A symbolized diagram of an electrical or electronic circuit.
A structural or procedural diagram, especially of an electrical or mechanical system
Common name for a circuit diagram.
A diagram that illustrates the electronic components of a system.
a collection of symbols (components), nets, and buses
a more-or-less formalized way of representing an electronic circuit
a specific type of diagram with characteristics of its own and with a specific purpose