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Conductors and connecting devices Basic passive components Semiconductors and electron tubes Production and conversion of electrical energy Switchgear, controlgear and protective devices Measuring instruments, lamps and signalling devices Telecommunications transmission, switching and peripheral equipment Architectural and topographical installation plans and diagrams Binary logic elements Analogue and hybrid elements New metadata and search capability The incorporation of the symbols into the database has been accompanied by the addition of a considerable amount of new metadata not present in the previous publication symbol name, alternative names, keywords, remarks, etc.
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