How to draw LCL filter in LaTeX using CircuiTikZ

  • This tutorial is dedicated to drawing an LCL filter in LaTeX using CircuiTikZ package. We will learn how to draw resistors, inductors and capacitors. Moreover, we will highlight how to add currents arrows to the circuit and voltage labels to open circuits. 
LCL Filter TikZ latex circuitikz

Short description

  • The LCL filter consists of non-ideal inductors (+ resistor) and a capacitor. All elements have labels and input currents. Moreover, we have input and output voltage labels. Check the code below! 

LaTeX code of the LCL filter

\documentclass[border=0.5cm]{standalone}

% Package
\usepackage[RPvoltages]{circuitikz}

\begin{document}

\begin{tikzpicture}[american]

% Components size
\ctikzset{
	resistors/scale=0.8,
	capacitors/scale=0.7,
	inductors/coils=6
}

% Background green
\draw
[
	teal,
	dashed,
	fill=green!5
] (0.35,-0.35) rectangle (8.6,3.75);

% Circuit code
\draw (0,3) to[R,l=R$_1$,o-] ++(2,0)
	to[cute inductor,l=L$_1$,i>^=$i_1$] ++(2,0)
	to[short] ++(0.5,0) coordinate(a) 
	to[short] ++(0.5,0) 
	to[R,l=R$_2$] ++ (2,0) 
	to[cute inductor,l=L$_2$,i>^=$i_2$,-o] ++(2,0);

\draw (0,0) to[short,o-] ++(4.5,0)coordinate(b)
	to[short,-o] ++(4.5,0);

% Capacitor
\draw (a) to[C,l=C,*-*,i>^=$i_3$] (b);

% Voltage labels
\draw (0,3) to[open,v=V$_{in}$] ++(0,-3);
\draw (9,3) to[open,v=V$_{out}$] ++(0,-3);

\end{tikzpicture}

\end{document}
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