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IEEE 91

IEEE Standard for Graphic Symbols for Logic Functions

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Organization: IEEE
Publication Date: 27 June 1991
Status: active
Page Count: 160
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This standard contains graphic symbols for representing logic functions or physical devices capable of carrying out logic functions. Descriptions of logic functions, the graphic representation of these functions, and examples of their applications are given. The symbols are represented in the context of electrical applications, but most may also be applied to nonelectrical systems (for example, pneumatic, hydraulic, or mechanical).

Document History

IEEE 91
June 27, 1991
IEEE Standard for Graphic Symbols for Logic Functions
This standard contains graphic symbols for representing logic functions or physical devices capable of carrying out logic functions. Descriptions of logic functions, the graphic representation of...
91A
January 1, 1991
Supplement to IEEE Standard for Graphic Symbols and Logic Functions
A description is not available for this item.
January 1, 1984
Standard Graphic Symbols for Logic Functions
A description is not available for this item.
January 1, 1973
Standard Graphic Symbols for Logic Diagrams (Two-State Devices)
This standard sets forth principles governing the formation of graphic symbols for logic diagrams in which the connections between symbols are generally shown with lines. Descriptions of logic...
September 26, 1962
GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FOR LOGIC DIAGRAMS
This Standard sets forth principles governing the formation of graphical symbols for logic diagrams in which connections between symbols are generally shown with lines. Definitions of logic...

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