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Offline matrixofdynamism

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Where can I find reliable libraries?
« on: May 06, 2022, 02:05:17 pm »
I have access to Altium designer but it does not come with a lot of libraries like Eagle PCB does. This has made me a bit confused. I am using Altium 21.

Where can I find reliable libraries for complex parts like FPGAs and MCUs?

Also, I am wondering where can I find a goldmine of PCB designs containing FPGAs and MCUs to learn from.

If you know of anything, I will be grateful if you could share it with me.

Thanks.
 

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Re: Where can I find reliable libraries?
« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2022, 02:20:25 pm »
I've not tried it but take a look at https://altiumlibrary.com/
I didn't see any FPGAs at first glance, but there are a bunch of MCUs
 

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Re: Where can I find reliable libraries?
« Reply #2 on: May 06, 2022, 02:43:57 pm »
I don't know if it's just me, but I've tried to register on that site twice now, and never been sent the email they promise :(

I'm trialling Altium atm (I have about a week left) and one thing that I've found invaluable is the samacsys plugin - it'll create symbols, footprints, and 3D models if they have them (and I'll happily search until I find one they do).

They didn't have the FPGA I wanted to use (an Efinix one) but they do have more common ones like ice40, spartan7, etc. I used this in Eagle, and it's just as good in Altium :)

Do a search for a part number (or part of a part-number), click on 'add to design', and it'll build the footprint (you can see it happening :)) and place the symbol at the bottom left of the schematic you're in... 3D model is downloaded and ready to go as well if they have it (look for 'Y Y' in the list).

 

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Re: Where can I find reliable libraries?
« Reply #3 on: May 06, 2022, 03:17:12 pm »
I just registered and got the confirmation email immediately.  My email is hosted on MS 365.

In any case, it looks like there is an alternative (and clumsy) way to access their files via their github repo
https://github.com/issus/altium-library

Alternatives that aren't Altium specific but can export to a large number of EDA systems are Samacsys, SnapEDA, UltraLibrarian, ...

With all sources (even from original chip vendors, and ones you build yourself) I recommend doing a thorough review of the footprint - even to the point of printing it out 1:1 and checking the part matches, and checking the pin names once placed on the PCB.  A little time spent early on can save so much time later on.
 

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Re: Where can I find reliable libraries?
« Reply #4 on: May 06, 2022, 03:31:10 pm »
I just registered and got the confirmation email immediately.  My email is hosted on MS 365.
Huh. Maybe I'll try a different email then...

In any case, it looks like there is an alternative (and clumsy) way to access their files via their github repo
https://github.com/issus/altium-library

That's useful if I can't get the email to work, thanks :)


With all sources (even from original chip vendors, and ones you build yourself) I recommend doing a thorough review of the footprint - even to the point of printing it out 1:1 and checking the part matches, and checking the pin names once placed on the PCB.  A little time spent early on can save so much time later on.

This I agree with (and do) though I don't normally print it out - I'll just check the dimensions on the data sheet match the footprint.
 

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Re: Where can I find reliable libraries?
« Reply #5 on: May 06, 2022, 03:39:40 pm »
Turns out part of the setup instructions is to clone the github repo.
Their website helps you create a DBLib that links between entries in their database to the cloned files, but I expect that worst case you could access the contents of the files manually.
 

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Re: Where can I find reliable libraries?
« Reply #6 on: May 06, 2022, 03:45:35 pm »
Shouldn't Altium designer provide an built in automated method to just get the libraries? I am surprised that with all the advances it has, I can't just automatically get a verified schematic symbol and foot print for a specified part and just add it in.

Even in 2022 many people to prefer to design their own libraries.
 

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Re: Where can I find reliable libraries?
« Reply #7 on: May 06, 2022, 03:52:47 pm »
Shouldn't Altium designer provide an built in automated method to just get the libraries?

Long ago I downloaded some footprints from some Altium repository and wasn't overly impressed.
I think it has built-in links to Concord Pro (paid) and Octopart these days?
I no longer have an active subscription, so still use my perpetual AD19 license.
 

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Re: Where can I find reliable libraries?
« Reply #8 on: May 06, 2022, 06:56:17 pm »
I just registered and got the confirmation email immediately.  My email is hosted on MS 365.

So, interesting: I have a catch-all address on my domain, so whenever I register anywhere I use <their-company>@<my-domain> and it all gets sent to the same inbox, but I can tell who sold my registration details if I start getting spam from somewhere, since the offending party is right there in the 'From' line. Yes, Tesla, I *am* looking at you...

Anyway, I'd put in 'altiumlibrary@...' as the email address both times, and neither time did I get an email. This time I used 'Hide My Email' on the Mac, and it worked correctly in seconds...

I'm on the second week of my evaluation of Altium and I too will probably get a permanent license - I used Eagle for almost two decades before Autodesk decided to can it and shoehorn everyone into "the cloud", so looked at like that, an expensive one-off purchase is spread over a long time :)
 

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Re: Where can I find reliable libraries?
« Reply #9 on: May 06, 2022, 07:35:26 pm »
Think you have to go digging for the old (AD14? AD09? Protel?) library archive, it's not installed with newer versions for some reason... I don't recall the link offhand I'm afraid.

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Re: Where can I find reliable libraries?
« Reply #10 on: May 06, 2022, 07:50:34 pm »
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Even in 2022 many people to prefer to design their own libraries.

Oh, absolutely yes.
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Re: Where can I find reliable libraries?
« Reply #11 on: May 06, 2022, 09:57:50 pm »
I'd thing that for the price of altium you can expect you'd get home delivered footprints on a golden platter and with sugar on top.
I'm also expecting altium to also move to the mist extortion model.

But I'm a happy KiCad user and it's impolite to vet (too much) about other software.
That said,

There are several websites that specialize in PCB footprints. They often have a database with over a million footprints in their own data format, and generate output in the fly on request.
samacsys has already been mentioned but there are more:
*  PCBlibraries.com
* Snapeda.com
* Ultralibrarian

And there are probably more, but I'm mostly old skool myself and prefer to make my own footprints if needed.


 

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Re: Where can I find reliable libraries?
« Reply #12 on: May 06, 2022, 10:41:18 pm »
samacsys libraries are full of errors. beware !

Celestial library is a decent start point.
But you are better off building your own.
Libraries are heavily dependent on how you build your boards. Most companies fine-tune them for production and their own secret sauce.
Generic libraries are never optimized.
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Re: Where can I find reliable libraries?
« Reply #13 on: May 06, 2022, 10:50:19 pm »
samacsys libraries are full of errors. beware !

Celestial library is a decent start point.
But you are better off building your own.
Libraries are heavily dependent on how you build your boards. Most companies fine-tune them for production and their own secret sauce.
Generic libraries are never optimized.
This!
@the OP: Building your own footprints is the best way forward so learn how to do this. The second best is using footprints from an existing (evaluation board) design so at least you know the footprints have been tested. Maybe use vendor provided footprints. But I stay clear from footprint websites; I never got a good footprint from such a website.
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Re: Where can I find reliable libraries?
« Reply #14 on: May 07, 2022, 08:04:35 am »
Since we are discussing this topic, why exactly would people need to create their own footprints inspite of some existing on the internet or can be obtained through specialized tools? I mean the vendor datasheet will contain some guidance on how to create the footprints and, there are the IPC standards. Why then can't there just be a single "universal" footprint? Isn't footprint more about the package than the actual device itself?
 

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Re: Where can I find reliable libraries?
« Reply #15 on: May 07, 2022, 02:25:55 pm »
Since we are discussing this topic, why exactly would people need to create their own footprints inspite of some existing on the internet or can be obtained through specialized tools? I mean the vendor datasheet will contain some guidance on how to create the footprints and, there are the IPC standards. Why then can't there just be a single "universal" footprint? Isn't footprint more about the package than the actual device itself?

There are a few points of view in this topic-area :)

o First off, some people just prefer to do it themselves. That way they can be sure that any mistakes made are their own, and most people who do this will take the care and effort to make that unlikely. It can be time consuming for larger parts though, especially if you’re not yet familiar with the tools.

o If you blindly download and use parts from one of the internet sites providing the service, and you don’t check them first, eventually you’ll come across a problem. I had one from Samacsys where the footprint was supposed to be narrow SOIC but was in fact wide SOIC. I caught it because I check :)

o It’s not just the footprint, it’s the schematic symbol too (and, these days, the 3D model). I almost never use the schematic symbol verbatim from Samacsys, for example - their philosophy is that the symbol should map directly to the geometry of the part, whereas I prefer a logical representation on the schematic so I want GNDs collected and bussed-pins together etc etc.

o Some parts are just plain weird. This USB hub claims to be SSOP16 but has typical inter-pin dimensions of 0.53mm, according to its data sheet. I have a test-board out for manufacture right now which uses the data sheet values, so I’ll soon find out the truth of the matter.

o I think it’s worth noting that I do generally use the online libraries for packages, and I’ve had maybe 3 or 4 errors in literally hundreds or thousands of parts downloaded. One error can ruin your day though, so I do check newly-downloaded parts. Nothing goes into the library without a check. The simplest way to check is just to pull the data sheet and compare, but I also check the symbol->footprint connectivity, and as I mentioned I generally re-organize the symbol. Even doing all this, it’s significantly faster than creating the thing from scratch yourself IMHO.

I’m sure others have different viewpoints, but this works for me. I’m more of a pragmatist than a purist about this sort of thing (I also am happy to let an auto router do most of the grunt work, which some recoil from in horror :)) - for me the goal is a working board, not a work of art.
 

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Re: Where can I find reliable libraries?
« Reply #16 on: May 07, 2022, 10:14:15 pm »
Once you've stepped over your fear to make a footprint yourself and have done it a few times it usually is quite easy.
When you go build your own footprint, you make it to your own design.
If you go search the 'net for a footprint, (especially an unusual one), you can't even be sure if you will find it.
When you design your own footprint, you see every aspect of it during the design process.
Verifying footprints made by someone else is necessary, but boring work and this makes it easy to miss some aspect.

I once bought a bag of 100 RJ45 plugs and I did not even have a brand name. Just finding a datasheet for this is a nightmare, so I just measured it and created a footprint from my measurements.

If your tools are good, then designing your own footprint takes about as much time as searching and verifying some else's footprint, and if you have to (significantly) modify that footprint, then you would have been better off by creating it yourself in the first place.
Footprints are often a few rows of the same pad size, and those are usually very quick to make by just drawing one or a few arrays. Usually there is not much magic in a footprint.
 

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Re: Where can I find reliable libraries?
« Reply #17 on: May 07, 2022, 10:46:19 pm »
I think making the footprint itself is fairly simple, yes, especially if it fits into something the wizard can manage… but if you have an FPGA with 484 balls in it, that’s a significant time investment over the download-and-check approach. It’s not generally the footprint that takes the time, it’s the symbol generation, linking ‘(and triple-checking the pads match the pins), the assembly layer, the designator, thermals etc etc.
 

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Re: Where can I find reliable libraries?
« Reply #18 on: May 08, 2022, 04:29:43 am »
There is also the Altium community vault. those are designed by a dedicated group of people at Altium.
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Re: Where can I find reliable libraries?
« Reply #19 on: May 08, 2022, 07:39:45 am »
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FCIHDR1X7
FCIHDR1X8
FCIHDR1X9
FCIHDR2X2
FCIHDR2X3
FCIHDR2X4
FCIHDR2X5
FCIHDR2X6
FCIHDR2X7
FCIHDR2X8
FCIHDR2X9
FCIHDR2X10
FCIHDR2X11
FCIHDR2X12
FCIHDR2X13
FCIHDR2X14
FCIHDR2X15
FCIHDR2X16
FCIHDR2X17
FCIHDR2X18
FCIHDR2X19
FCIHDR2X20
FH12_45
FH12_45M
FH12_50
FH12_50M
FIDUCIAL
FUSE_3AG
FUSE_3AG_CLIP
FUSE_5X20
FUSE_5X20_CLIP
FUSE_ROUND_THT
HAIS 200-P
HDR_0.1IN_2X5_SHR
HDR_0.1IN_2X6_SHR
HDR_0.2IN_1X3
HDR_0.2IN_1X3_SHR
HDR_0.2IN_1X4
HDR1X2_SHR
HDR1X3_SHR
HDR1X4_SHR
HDR1X5_SHR
HDR1X6_2.0MM
HDR1X6_SHR
HDR1X6_SHR_RA
HDR1X8_SHR
HDR2X20_EDGE
HDR2X25S
HOLE
HOLE_3.4MM
HOLE_BKT
HOLE2
HOLE3
HOLE4
HOLE5
HOLE6
HOLE7
HOLE7A
HOLE8
HS_CONV
HS_CONV2
IC_HIH5030
IND_1812ACC
IND_2200LL-H
IND_2300HT
IND_744861056
IND_ASPI-0630LR
IND_BIGFOOT1
IND_BOURNS_8120
IND_CHIP10X97
IND_CHIP52X52
IND_CHIP57X57
IND_CHIP68X73
IND_CHIP120X120
IND_CM_2L_23X33X30
IND_CM_11M
IND_CM_TLF9UA102W0R8K1
IND_CMS1
IND_CR8349
IND_CST206-1A
IND_DO1813
IND_GD_P22/13
IND_HC2LP
IND_HCM0503
IND_IHLP1212
IND_IHLP2525
IND_IHLP3232
IND_IHLP4040
IND_IHLP6767
IND_NR4018
IND_NR6045
IND_P0598NL
IND_P0598NL_W
IND_PA3288
IND_PA5300
IND_POTNTRANS
IND_POWERCMC
IND_PWR1
IND_PWR2
IND_PWR3
IND_SER2012
IND_SRD1005
IND_SRF0905
IND_SRN8040
IND-4W
IND0806
IND1008
INVCHOKE
JSTPH1X2_RA_SM
JSTXH1X2_RA_TH
L-1206-QD
LED_1206
LED_ZLED
LED-0402
LED-0603
LED-0805
LED-LXH100GD
LED-LXH100RD
LED-T134-G
LED-T134-R
LED-WP934MD/2GD
LED-WP1503EB/2GD
LFPAK33
LOGO_300MIL_CU_NEG
LOGO_300MIL_SS
LOGO_600MIL_CU_NEG
LOGO_600MIL_SS
LOGO_DICKBUTT
LOGO_DICKBUTT2
LOGO_DICKBUTT3
LOGO_TEMPLATES
LPLA0.07
LTC4624
MELF_GDT
MHDR1X13_RA
MODULE1
MODULE2
MODULE4
MOUSEBITE
MOV-14mm
MSOP-8_L
MSOP-8_M
MSOP-10_N
MSOP-10-EP
MSOP-16_N
MU08-RED
MU08-YEL
POT_EVU-E2AF25D14
POT_PDB181-K420K
PPAK_DUAL
PPSO-8
PPSO-8_2
PPSO-8_3
PS_IRM-10-15
PS_IRM-15
PS_PBO-3-S12
PS_PBO-3C
PS_XPP_ECL10-EML15
PS_XPP_ECL10-P
PS_XPP_EML15-P
QC_HORIZ_MALE_0.250
QC_VERT_FEM_0.110
QC_VERT_MALE_0.110
QC_VERT_MALE_0.187
QC_VERT_MALE_0.250
QFN-16_N
QFN-32
QFN-60_N
QFN50P500X500X90_HS-33N
QFN50P900X900X100_HS-65N
R-1206-QD
R0402
R0402_L
R0603
R0612
R0805
R1020
R1206
R1210
R1218
R2512
R3920
RES-5W
RES125X33
RES150X45
RES200X50
RESCS153X40
RESV30X254
RESV30X508
RESV45X508
RESV90X762
RLY_SPST_188X106
RLY200x500
RLY551X354
RT_3306F
RT_POT1
RT_SM_EVM3Y
RT_ST4ETA
SIP4-SSR
SIP7-DCDC
SIP7-DCDC2
SLHDR1X4
SMHDR_2X3
SMHDR_2X10
SMTHDR1X2
SMTHDR1X2_RND
SMTHDR1X4_RND
SOD-123_N
SOD-323_N
SOD-523_N
SOIC-8_N
SOIC-8-7
SOIC-8-16_EPCS8-64
SOIC-8-EP
SOIC-14_N
SOIC-16_14
SOIC-16_N
SOIC-16W_N
SON-6_30X38
SON-6_N
SON-8_20X20
SON-8_N
SON-8-F
SON-10-F
SON-12_25X40
SOP-4_N
SOP-6_N
SOT-23_N
SOT-23-5
SOT-23-6
SOT-89_N
SOT-143_N
SOT-223_N
SOT-227B
SOT-323_N
SOT-353_N
SOT-363_N
SOT-563_N
SOT-723_N
SW_500SSP1S1M7QEA
SW_B3S-1000
SW_CL-SB-12B-02T
SW_OS102011MA1QN1
SW_OS102011MS2QN1
SW_PTS830
SW_S-1011A
SW_TACT
SW_TACT_114X114X76
SWDIP16
TERM_8PCV-02-006
TERM_8197
TERM_0399200302
TERM_OSTYK22102030
TO-220-5
TO-220AB
TO-220H
TO-220H_B
TO-247AD
TO-247H
TO-277A
TP_20MIL
TP_40MIL_SM
TP_S1761-46R
TP_S1951-46R
TP_S7061-46R
TQFP-32-P5_N
TQFP-32-P8_N
TQFP-44_N
TQFP-64_M
TQFP-64_N
TQFP-128_N
TSSOP-8_N
TSSOP-14_N
TSSOP-16_N
TSSOP-24_N
TSSOP-38_N
TSSOP-54_N
TSSOP-56_N
TUBE_B7A_PINS
TUBE_B7A_PINS_ROUTED
TUBE_B9A_PINS
TUBULAR_3D_PART
VFBGA60
VFBGA90
VWHDR1X3
WHDR1X2
WHDR1X3
WHDR1X4
WHDR1X5
WHDR1X6
WHDR1X6RA
WHDR1X7
WHDR1X8
WHDR1X9
WHDR1X10
WHDR1X11
WHDR1X12
WHDR1X13
WHDR1X14
WPHDR1X2
WPHDR1X3
WPHDR1X4
WPHDR1X5
WPHDR1X6
WPHDR1X7
WPHDR1X8
WPHDR1X9
WPHDR1X10
WPHDR1X11
WPHDR1X12
WPHDR1X13
WPHDR1X14
XFMR_3FD-4
XFMR_3FD-5
XFMR_E16
XFMR_E33-28-13_VERT
XFMR_FS28-200
XFMR_MDIP-6
XFMR_P5009NL
XFMR_PA1005NLT
XFMR_PB0026NL
XFMR_PH9384
XFMR_RM12-12P
XFMR_RM14-12P
XFMR_T60403-D4097-X055
XTAL_7A_5032
XTAL_ABMM2
XTAL_HCM49


Most of which should be fairly self-explanatory, though the PCB names are a bit haphazard.  Almost all have 3D models, though I haven't always been able to find good matches, or build great ones since Altium's modeling is fairly limited.

What's a fair price for a symbol+footprint anyway?  Like $20?  Quantity discount?  Idunno... :-DD

Tim
Seven Transistor Labs, LLC
Electronic design, from concept to prototype.
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