Logic Diagrams

Learning objectives

  • Explain the purpose of a logic diagram
  • Describe the title block, revision block, reference block, legend block, and grid coordinates
  • Identify the common symbols associated with logic diagrams
  • Describe the principles of logic gates and identify common logic gate types
  • Define the following terms:
    • Logic gates
    • Boolean logic
    • Ladder logic
    • Truth tables

Course overview

Logic diagrams are important tools for operating and maintaining digital computers and other electronic equipment and circuits. These diagrams are identifiable by their unique symbols called logic gates, which represent logic functions. Logic diagrams use logic gates to provide a complete representation of a circuit.

The Logic Diagrams training course outlines the important features of a logic diagram. It discusses the most common logic type gates and how each is used. This online course identifies the common symbols and components on a logic diagram and explains their relationship to each other. This course focuses on:

  • Print reading basics
  • Common symbols
  • Logic gate principles
  • Common logic gates

Logic Diagrams is part of the Prints and Drawings training series.

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