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The package CircuiTikz provides a set of macros for naturally typesetting electrical and electronic networks. This article explains basic usage of this package.

Introduction

CircuiTikz includes several nodes that can be used with standard tikz syntax.

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}
\usepackage[english]{babel}

\usepackage{circuitikz}

\begin{document}
\begin{center}
\begin{circuitikz} \draw
(0,0) to[ variable cute inductor ] (2,0); 
\end{circuitikz}
\end{center}
\end{document}

CircuitikzEx1.png

To use the package it must be imported with

\usepackage{circuitikz}


in the preamble. Then the environment circuitikz is used to typeset the diagram with tikz syntax. In the example a node called variable cute inductor is used.

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A working example

As mentioned before, to draw electrical network diagrams you should use tikz syntax, the examples even work if the environment tikzpicture is used instead of circuitikz; below a more complex example is presented.

\begin{center}
\begin{circuitikz}[american voltages]
\draw
  (0,0) to [short, *-] (6,0)
  to [V, l_=$\mathrm{j}{\omega}_m \underline{\psi}^s_R$] (6,2) 
  to [R, l_=$R_R$] (6,4) 
  to [short, i_=$\underline{i}^s_R$] (5,4) 
  (0,0) to [open, v^>=$\underline{u}^s_s$] (0,4) 
  to [short, *- ,i=$\underline{i}^s_s$] (1,4) 
  to [R, l=$R_s$] (3,4)
  to [L, l=$L_{\sigma}$] (5,4) 
  to [short, i_=$\underline{i}^s_M$] (5,3) 
  to [L, l_=$L_M$] (5,0); 
  \end{circuitikz}
  \end{center}

CircuitikzEx2.png

The nodes short, V, R and L are presented here, but there a lot more. Some of them are presented in the next section.

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List of nodes

Below most of the elements provided by CircuiTikz are listed:

Monopoles

Monopoles.png


Bipoles

Bipoles.png


Diodes

Diodes.png


dynamical bipoles

Dynamical.png

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Further reading

For more information see:

Overleaf guides

LaTeX Basics

Mathematics

Figures and tables

References and Citations

Languages

Document structure

Formatting

Fonts

Presentations

Commands

Field specific

Class files

Advanced TeX/LaTeX