- A map indication of a post office.
- Certification symbol for a Category B electrical appliance.
The symbol ⮗ was used to mark Category A appliances, while the symbol 〶 marked Category B appliances. These marks are not stipulated by the current (2001) Act on Product Safety of Electrical Appliances and Materials, which instead governs the PSE diamond for Category A appliances.
As specified by the Geographical Survey Institute (GSI), the lines of the postal mark within the map symbol extend to the edge of the circle, whereas the Unicode reference glyph and the certification mark do not do this. The Association of Radio Industries and Businesses (ARIB) lists a plain postal mark (〒) as a post office map symbol.
- Marín Silva, Eduardo (2018) , “UTC L2/18-184R: Proposal to encode: SYMBOL FOR TYPE A ELECTRONICS”, in Unicode Technical Committee Document Registry
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