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  • Brad Levy

    With DesignSpark PCB open, open the Library Loader. (You can launch it just like any other windows program.)
    In the Library Loader,

    • Click Open ECAD Model.
    • Navigate to the directory you downloaded the .epw or .zip file to.
    • Click on the file you downloaded.
    • If you have set up the loader properly, it should extract the component to your DS PCB library, and make it the current component (and make the component tool active in your DS PCB editing window).
    • You can now click in your schematic or PCB layout window and place the part.

    If the library loader is already running when you download a new component, and you download the new component to the folder specified in the Library Loader's Downloads Folder box, the library loader will automatically extract the component to your library without having to click on the Open ECAD Model link in the Library Loader.
    Make sure you have your ECAD Tool in the library loader set to DesignSpark PCB, so it extracts them to the correct format.
    You can search for components and download them on the RS components site: RS Component Search.

     

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  • Jan Lichtenbelt

    Dear Brad

    Thanks for your help. However, something unexpected happens. I did:

    1) Click on "Open ECAD Model",

    2) I click in the downloads directory on the file: "595-MC34063ADR-pcb-part-libraries.zip"

    What happens is that the Mouser website has been opened en a new file appears named: "595-MC34063ADR-pcb-part-libraries-1.zip

    And nothing in my DisgnSpark library

     

    Can you help?

     

    Kind regards

     

    Jan

     

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  • Brad Levy

    It might depend on whether you are logged in with Symacsys (makers of library loader) on Mouser. If you aren't, it might just download a placeholder file that redirects things back to the mouser site instead of containing the epw version of the model.

    You might try downloading the part from the RS site instead of Mouser. This link should take you to that: RS Component Search

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  • Jan Lichtenbelt

    Dear Brad

     

    That works as it should be. Thanks a lot!

     

    Kind regards

     

    Jan

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