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I want to create a circuit diagram in TeXstudio or LaTeX that contains 2 switch, 2 capacitor, an OTE symbol and a Pilot Light symbol.

I am attaching the snip of the required diagram.

I also want to know that is there any tools available using which I can convert an image file into a LaTeX code.

enter image description here

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    Welcome to TeX.SX! You might want to have a look at the circuitikz package. Please try to write some code and post a MWE of specific issues you can't deal with. Indeed, your question falls in the 'do it for me' category and is not a reasonable question to ask on this website.
    – KersouMan
    Jul 24, 2020 at 8:00
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    This could be done with a mix of circuitikz and plain TikZ, given that the former has no symbols similar to the "(out)" and the "PL" (but it's not difficult to build them). And no, there is not a straightforward way to convert a generic image to LaTeX code, but you can always import the image and use it if you want.
    – Rmano
    Jul 24, 2020 at 8:34

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Here is my attempt using TikZ and Circuitikz as suggested by @Rmano.

  • Circuitikz package is used only to add capacitor elements, it loads TikZ package.
  • arrows.meta library is used to create OUT element.
  • shapes library is used to add cross shape to the PL element.

Here is the corresponding code (not an optimized version):

\documentclass[border=0.2cm]{standalone}
\usepackage{circuitikz}
\usetikzlibrary{arrows.meta,positioning,shapes}
\begin{document}

\begin{tikzpicture}[thick]
\ctikzset{
capacitors/scale=0.7,
capacitors/thickness=0.8,
 }
\draw (-4.5,2.5) node[above]{$L_1$} -- ++(0,-5);
\draw (-4.5,2.2) -- ++(0.75,0)node{$\bullet$} -- ++(45:0.5) node[midway,below=0.2cm]{$I/1$}
++(0.1,-0.353)node{$\bullet$} -- ++(0.25,0) edge[dashed] ++(0.5,0)++(0.5,0.3) -- ++(0,-5)node[midway](a){};

\draw (-4.5,0) -- ++(0.75,0)node{$\bullet$} -- ++(45:0.5) node[midway,below=0.2cm]{$I/2$}
++(0.1,-0.353)node{$\bullet$} -- ++(0.25,0) edge[dashed] (a.center);

\draw (a.center) to[C,l=$I/1$] ++(2,0)to[C,l=$I/2$] ++(1.5,0) coordinate(b); 
\draw [-{Parenthesis[reversed,scale=3]}] (b) -- ++(0.25,0) node[right=-0.2cm]{OUT} node[above right=0.2cm and -0.1cm]{$O/2$} ;

\draw [{Parenthesis[reversed,scale=3]}-] (b)++(0.9,0) -- ++(0.75,0) coordinate(c);

\draw (c) -- ++(0,2.5)
(c) -- ++(0,-2.5)
(c) -- ++(1.95,0) coordinate(d)
-- ++ (0,2.5) node[above]{$L_2$} 
(d) -- ++(0,-2.5);

\path (c) -- (d) node[midway,cross out,draw,minimum size=0.8cm]{};
\path (c) -- (d) node[midway,circle,draw,fill=white](PL){PL};

\draw[dotted,white] (c) -- ++(0.25,0);

\node at (-3.55,3.25){Input};
\node at (3.55,3.25){Output};

\end{tikzpicture}

\end{document}

which yields: enter image description here

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  • Nice, I like the edge trick!
    – Rmano
    Aug 8, 2020 at 10:35

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