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'[EE] Atmel AT25640A for Eagle Library'
2007\10\02@132457 by Richard Seriani, Sr.

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Today I started evaluating (playing with) the Freeware version of Eagle. I
have used MultiSIM, but wanted more libraries (and Eagle seems to have a lot
more) and a better layout editor (haven't tried it yet, so can't compare
with Ultiboard). Don't really care much about the simulation at this point
(especially since it is limited to PIC16F84 and the 8051).

I have tried Google, with no success, to locate an Atmel library containing
the AT25640A SPI EEPROM. Can anyone give me some direction?

Thanks,
Richard


2007\10\02@133708 by Martin Klingensmith

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Once you learn how to make your own parts it is very quick to do so. You
can make your own library, copy the physical footprint (SO16 or whatever
it is) from another library, and then make a model symbol. There will
always be parts that aren't in the libraries. You'll have to learn
sooner or later.
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Martin K

Richard Seriani, Sr. wrote:
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2007\10\03@132412 by alan smith

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There is also a download section on the eagle website....lots of libraries there that others have loaded.

But I agree with Martin...making your own..especially just standard packages, is easy.  Its when your doing weird connectors and the like its a challenge but keep in mind..downloading others libraries...could have mistakes so you better double check. Making your own....then you can be assured (unless you mirror it....I know that I'm the only one that has done that before).

Martin Klingensmith <spam_OUTmartinTakeThisOuTspamnnytech.net> wrote: Once you learn how to make your own parts it is very quick to do so. You
can make your own library, copy the physical footprint (SO16 or whatever
it is) from another library, and then make a model symbol. There will
always be parts that aren't in the libraries. You'll have to learn
sooner or later.
--
Martin K

Richard Seriani, Sr. wrote:
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