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1. Introduction  This is the fourth part of my EAGLE Tutorial series, following on from EAGLE Tutorial: Library Part Creation Part 3 - Creating Devices. If you haven't read the previous articles then I recommend you take a look there first as they set the scene for this part of the tutorial series and gives some general tips on using EAGLE.   So far we have created our MSP430F22x2 library with just one package option, the TSSOP-38 (DA) package. If we look at the datasheet for the part ...
1. Introduction  This is the third part of my EAGLE Tutorial series, following on from EAGLE Tutorial: Library Part Creation Part 2 - Creating Symbols. If you haven't read the previous articles then I recommend you take a look there first as they set the scene for this part of the tutorial series and gives some general tips on using EAGLE. In this third part, we'll be taking a look at creating devices in a library and in particular, our example from the previous parts will continue using th ...
1. Introduction  This is the second part of my EAGLE Tutorial series, following on from EAGLE Tutorial: Library Part Creation Part 1 - Creating Packages. If you haven't read that article then I recommend you take a look there first as it sets the scene for this part of the tutorial series and gives some general tips on using EAGLE. In this second part, we'll be taking a look at creating library symbols and in particular, our example from part one will continue using the MSP430F22x2 as the b ...
1. Introduction  One of the fundamental pieces of work that is required to create schematics and PCB layouts is creating library parts. Lots of packages ship with a large library of parts, including EAGLE, and there are numerous resources on the web for downloading parts but often these parts are inconsistent with each other, potentially have errors or are just not quite what you need. Most experienced users will prefer to have their own set of libraries which they use and find it often qui ...