3 Replies Latest reply on Dec 23, 2020 8:03 AM by Navadeep Ganesh U

    Adding an Arduino Nano into a schematic

    dubbie

      How do you put a Nano into an Eagle schematic?

       

      I have used other schematic capture softwares a few years ago so know the general idea. The one I used had Nanos as a component so that it could easily be added. I have just started to use Eagle and want to make a PCB that mostly just contains a Nano and a couple of other components. But I do not seem to be able to find out how to do it. Can you help?

       

      Dubbie

        • Re: Adding an Arduino Nano into a schematic
          Autodesk Guest

          Am 22.12.2020 um 18:14 schrieb Dubbie Dubbie:

          How do you put a Nano into an Eagle schematic?

           

          I have used other schematic capture softwares a few years ago so know the general idea. The one I used had Nanos as a component so that it could easily be added. I have just started to use Eagle and want to make a PCB that mostly just contains a Nano and a couple of other components. But I do not seem to be able to find out how to do it. Can you help?

           

          Dubbie

           

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          Same procedure in eagle.

          Use ADD and your libraries are  shown.

          At the very  bottom in the  SEARCH dialog enter NANO* (with the asterisk

          which means "everything containing nano") and hit enter.

          All libraries containing NANO will be shown.

          If nothing is shown look for an arduino library to get from AD or

          somewhere in the internet.

           

          Since there are many different eagle versions you should always state

          the version you use. Makes things  easier.

           

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          • Re: Adding an Arduino Nano into a schematic
            omega-5

            Am 22.12.2020 um 18:14 schrieb Dubbie Dubbie:

            How do you put a Nano into an Eagle schematic?

             

            I have used other schematic capture softwares a few years ago so know the general idea. The one I used had Nanos as a component so that it could easily be added. I have just started to use Eagle and want to make a PCB that mostly just contains a Nano and a couple of other components. But I do not seem to be able to find out how to do it. Can you help?

             

            Dubbie

             

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            You can download a usable library from here:

            https://www.element14.com/community/community/eagle/eagle_cad_libraries

             

             

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            • Re: Adding an Arduino Nano into a schematic
              Navadeep Ganesh U

              Download Arduino Nano footprint for Eagle from https://www.snapeda.com/parts/ARDUINO%20NANO/Arduino/view-part/  and add it to your libraries after which you drag and drop Nanos to your schematic.

               

              Hope this helps!

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