In a one-line diagram, can you use a simple disconnect symbol to represent a circuit breaker? Or do you use the typical circuit breaker symbol... the line broken with a little arched line over it? I only ask because I am looking at the previous Engineers drawings and I am not sure if his one line diagram of our Plants High Voltage Distribution System is totally correct. Here is an example of the symbols.. I know, kind of a dumb question... | | | ) | | |
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