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2003\01\19@190232 by rad0

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Has anyone made up some pic symbols
for picsters?

like the pic 16F877

thanks

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2003\01\19@190855 by Sid Weaver

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In a message dated 01/19/2003 19:02:56 Eastern Standard Time, spam_OUTrad0TakeThisOuTspamATTBI.COM
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> Has anyone made up some pic symbols
> for picsters?
>
> like the pic 16F877
>

I have made SCH templates for the 84A, the 873/876 and the 877, plus the
ULN2003 and 2803.

Sid

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2003\01\19@191524 by rad0

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oooh, I'd be greatful to get a copy of the 16F877

I spent all morning making my gizmo using the older
board program without the SCH program

but, I'd still like to go back and make a schematic of the thing.

does each (individual) symbol that you have made, show up as a file, that
you then open or use via the component and symbol manager?


thanks

sid, just attach it to an email and send it to me


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2003\01\19@192557 by Sid Weaver

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In a message dated 01/19/2003 19:15:49 Eastern Standard Time, .....rad0KILLspamspam@spam@ATTBI.COM
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> does each (individual) symbol that you have made, show up as a file, that
> you then open or use via the component and symbol manager?
>
>

Each template that you make shows up as a file in the schcom~2 directory of
Express, but are selected via the Component Manager - Custom Components.
I'm attaching the file for the 873/876 but I don't think attachments will go
thru.

They are easy to make - just find a 40-pin .600 chip in the Library
components and modify it.  Should take about 10 minutes or less if you have
the 877 pinout handy.

Sid

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