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'[EE] RJ11 symbol for Eagle'
2005\10\05@090141 by alan smith

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Anyone have one so I don't have to reinvent? The pin spacings are a pain on those.  Either thru hole or surface mount will be fine.

Might be an idea to have the PICLIST server be a repository for libraries that are made, so that we don't keep reinventing things like this.

-Al


               
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2005\10\05@091700 by Denny Esterline

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The included libraries have a bunch of RJ connectors, start with the ones
under con-amp.

-Denny


> Anyone have one so I don't have to reinvent? The pin spacings are a pain
on those.  Either thru hole or surface mount will be fine.
>
> Might be an idea to have the PICLIST server be a repository for libraries
that are made, so that we don't keep reinventing things like this.
>
> -Al

2005\10\05@093016 by alan smith

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ah thanks....couldnt figure out which one might have had it!

Denny Esterline <spam_OUTfirmwareTakeThisOuTspamtds.net> wrote:The included libraries have a bunch of RJ connectors, start with the ones
under con-amp.

-Denny


> Anyone have one so I don't have to reinvent? The pin spacings are a pain
on those. Either thru hole or surface mount will be fine.
>
> Might be an idea to have the PICLIST server be a repository for libraries
that are made, so that we don't keep reinventing things like this.
>
> -Al

2005\10\06@152322 by alan smith

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The ones there don't match up to just an RJ11....RJ22..RJ25....RJ45....least the part numbers I could verify.

Someone has to have a library with a simple right angle RJ11, right?  :-)

Denny Esterline <.....firmwareKILLspamspam@spam@tds.net> wrote:
The included libraries have a bunch of RJ connectors, start with the ones
under con-amp.

-Denny


> Anyone have one so I don't have to reinvent? The pin spacings are a pain
on those. Either thru hole or surface mount will be fine.
>
> Might be an idea to have the PICLIST server be a repository for libraries
that are made, so that we don't keep reinventing things like this.
>
> -Al

2005\10\06@155952 by olin piclist

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alan smith wrote:
> The ones there don't match up to just an
> RJ11....RJ22..RJ25....RJ45....least the part numbers I could verify.
>
> Someone has to have a library with a simple right angle RJ11, right?
> :-)

I have, and I even took the trouble to export just the RJ11 from my
connector library, export that as an Eagle script, then attach that to a
PIClist reply.  However the PIClist server refused to accept the attachment
on the grounds it could be a virus.

I think that's rediculous.  It shouldn't be the job of the server to decide
what is legitimate and what may or may not be a virus.  However, that's the
way it is.  And no, I'm not going to do all that again and try to send it
some other way.


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2005\10\06@162043 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> Someone has to have a library with a simple right angle RJ11,
> right?  :-)

I have at least two, they are of course incompatible.

Wouter van Ooijen

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2005\10\06@173428 by alan smith

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Thanks Olin for trying......and I understand the frustration about the refusal of the file.  Its the thought that counts.

-al



               
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2005\10\06@191737 by William Chops Westfield

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On Oct 6, 2005, at 12:23 PM, alan smith wrote:

> Someone has to have a library with a simple right angle RJ11, right?

No such thing. I found at least three styles the other day at the local
surplus store (not including 4-pin versions.)  I'm using 520250-3 from
the con-amp library, and it matches quite nicely with one of them.

BillW

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