13.1. Designations on electroschemes
1–line of conductors of an assembly payment of the main assembly unit:
30-the positive conductor connected directly to the storage battery without a safety lock;
15-the positive conductor connected to the switch (lock) of ignition without a safety lock;
X – the positive conductor connected to the switch (lock) of ignition without a safety lock.
2–splitting of an assembly payment of the main assembly unit. This splitting includes safety locks, the relay and sockets.
3–the instruction on wire or scheme continuation.
4–a symbol of a point of accession (tip) to an assembly payment of the main assembly unit. It can be used as an auxiliary symbol at the reference to the assembly block. For example, E/8 designates the eighth tip of a block of E of the assembly block.
5–contact designation. This designation is usually put on an electroscheme component.
6–marking of continuation of the scheme or wire. Number in a square frame corresponds to serial number of continuation of a wire on the electroscheme.
7–internal wire. Is present at the image of the internal scheme of a component of the electroscheme.
8–serial number on the electroscheme. It is used for search of components of electroschemes and connecting points of the "broken-off" wires.
9–a point of connection of wires in a block.