CEA, CEDIA, InfoComm Team Up on Drawing Symbol Standard
A consortium of industry groups, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association's (CEDIA) R10 Residential Systems committee and InfoComm International have published a new standard: ANSI Standard J-STD-710 Audio, Video and Control Architectural Drawing Symbols.
The standard, the groups said, "defines a common set of blueprint icons that represents all facets of pre-wire and installation of electronic systems, products and devices in residential and commercial environments.
"This is a milestone for the industry, since there has been a huge void in symbols representations for the low-voltage industry," Walt Zerbe, product manager, audio, OnQ Legrand and NuVo; and Chairman of CEA's R10 Residential Systems Committee, said in a statement .
"This was an important cross industry/association effort among CEA, CEDIA and InfoComm that gives this standard even more weight and value. I'm excited it's complete, released and ready for adoption."