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Eagle Parts: Serial 1.8” TFT and 2×10 shrouded header update

Posted on Tuesday, July 24th, 2012 in Eagle parts by DP

Lately we’re playing around with a 1.8” serial interface TFT which can be bought from eBay for ~$6. We added it to our Eagle part library.

We also found some errors on the standard Eagle footprint for 2×10 shrouded headers we use in the Bus Blaster v3. Image of the new, fixed shrouded header’s footprint, and schematic symbol are below.

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One Response to “Eagle Parts: Serial 1.8” TFT and 2×10 shrouded header update”

  1. cubeberg says:

    FYI – RobG @ 43oh has been working on a booster pack for this LCD
    thread link
    for purchase

    Not meant to be a plug – just thought people might be interested.

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