Just checking; I can't seem to find information about this through internet searches:
I would like to clarify the meaning of "//" and "+" in some schematics.
Case Example: In the LM4562 data sheet, pdf page 2 (1st page after cover sheet), bottom, under Typical Application, the Passively Equalized RIAA Phono Preamplifier:
Between the two sections of the op amp:
Middle resistor, 26.1KOhm + 909 Ohm
Adjacent capacitor to ground: 22nF // 4.7nF // 500pF
In the latter, I would take "//" to mean components in parallel. Does this mean that the "+" means components in series? There is also another set in the same area:
3.83KOhm + 100 Ohm and 47nF // 33nF. So would this mean the resistors are in series, adding to each other, and the caps are in parallel?
You are correct. // indicates components in parallel, + inidcates components in series. The schematic is showing how to achieve the desired R and C values with standard value components.
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