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Thread: Eagle library with Teensy 4.0 (test)

  1. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by eagleman View Post
    Eagle library is uploaded to github:

    https://github.com/eagleman1022/Eagle-Library-Teensy
    Hi eagleman,

    thank you for doing and sharing this....
    But is it possible that in the library you uploaded the T4.1 is missing?

    Again thank you

    Torsten

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    Hi, I have a library that is in my git repository here. Look for teensy4.1.dist.zip. I use this on several boards including one with Ethernet pictured below.
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    Thank you very much - I like the separate USB Host block and it follows the footprint pins layout

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    What I meanClick image for larger version. 

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    Thanks for the library eagleman! It's working great for me in Fusion 360.

    I have a question about the pogo pins you have used - do you have more comprehensive measurements? I'm trying to find an equivalent part on Digikey but I'm not sure of the correct tip diameter.

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    How are folks picking up the pads on the bottom of the T4 without hand wiring? I was looking at this: http://skpang.co.uk/catalog/teensy-4...40-p-1575.html and noticed he's grabbing 2 pins off the bottom of the T4 for the 3rd CAN port. I'd like to do that, but wasn't sure quite how.

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