For a while now, I’ve been accumulating an Eagle library but there is no mention of it in my projects or direct links, so I thought I’d talk about what’s in it a little bit. In total, there are about 50 parts ranging from WiFi receivers to 1/4″ audio jacks. There is a second library of Sketchup models on my Github which contains the models for almost all of these parts. There’s also a few screws/standoffs in there for good luck. I think that the two of these together should add quite an assortment of new parts to even the most well stocked maker’s arsenal.
As far as format goes: all of the parts are labelled in the description with what they are, who makes them, and what the part number is. The symbols all have topdocu layers which are useful for visualizing boards and determining spacing. Many of the micros have several variations, so pay attention when placing parts. The library currently contains the following:
|3362 Series Potentiometer||Bourns||Y||Y|
|A3967 Stepper Motor Driver||Allegro||N||S|
|OKI-78SR 5V DC/DC||Murata||N||N|
|UEI15 Adjustable DC/DC||Murata||N||N|
|2 Pole Dipswitch||CTS||Y||N|
|LM3480 Regulator||National Semi||Y||S|
|LED0805 / LED1206||Standard||Y||Y|
|5V Reed Relay||Radioshack||Y||N|
|OZ-SH-105 5V Relay||TW Connectivity||Y||N|
|SS12SDP2 On-Off-On Switch||NKK Switches||Y||N|
|Supercap, 5.5V .33F||Cornell Dubilier||Y||Y|
The “S” in Models means it is part of the standard Eagleup library, and not found in mine.
Please remember, though many have been proven, this library is use at your own risk. Enjoy!