Can't go from a "paint" drawn schematic to a good one. Any help?

Hi all,

it may be stupid as a question but I would love to have some help on this schematic I've found:

I'm trying to replicate it in Eagle in order to design a board, but I don't know how the trimpot is supposed to be connected.

Any help would be really appreciated! Thanks!

post a link to that sketch.

trim pot has 3 connections, one is the center.
that sketch has one end and the center connected.

pretty simple

pick what size you want to use in your suppliers offerings.
then go to Eagle and find that package.
check to make sure of which lines go which way.

dave-in-nj:
post a link to that sketch.

trim pot has 3 connections, one is the center.
that sketch has one end and the center connected.

pretty simple

pick what size you want to use in your suppliers offerings.
then go to Eagle and find that package.
check to make sure of which lines go which way.

I've taken this picture from this video:

And basically the Arduino sketch is a bare simple analogWrite.

There's nothing else unfortunately.

EDIT: Done, now I have 4mA/20mA output on my multimeter with this simple sketch.

int pot = A0;
int current_loop = 9;
int pot_value = 0;

void setup() {
  Serial.begin(9600);
  pinMode(current_loop, OUTPUT);
}

void loop() {
  pot_value = analogRead(pot);
  int current_value = map(pot_value, 0, 1023, 51, 255);
  analogWrite(current_loop, current_value);
  Serial.print(current_value);
  delay(250);
}