What is a Reference Designator?

Reference Designator Definition

A reference designator is used to identify a component within an electrical schematic or on a printed circuit board (PCB). It consists of one or two letters followed by numbers (e.g., C15, D10, J5, R18). Each location on a PCB will have unique reference designators and there are distinct symbols for different types of electronic components.

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