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Eagle Parts: 5mm pitch terminal blocks and an SMD USB A-type female connector

Posted on Tuesday, August 7th, 2012 in Eagle parts by DP

Today we added 2pin, and 3pin 5mm pitch wire-to-board terminal connectors, and a SMD USB type A female connectors to our Eagle library. Pictured above is the 2pin terminal connector.

This is the 3pin version.

Last one to be added was this SMD type A female USB connector.

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One Response to “Eagle Parts: 5mm pitch terminal blocks and an SMD USB A-type female connector”

  1. vimark says:

    Manufacturer’s part number and also a link on these 3 parts are included to the library for reference or easy part replacement.

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