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  • Boss .

    Hi Jan, sounds like you are doing well, but missed just one point...

    From Help (so I don't introduce any mistakes!).

    "Each list can be separated with commas (to assign all the PCB pins to the same net, with connections in the PCB that need to be routed), or with plus signs (to assign them to the same net, but indicating that the pins are connected internally within the component and do not all need to be routed).

    Think that will fix your issue.

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  • Boss .

    I tend to remember the above by "+" is a logic symbol for "or", so in your case 1+2 is pad 1 or 2 only needs a connection.

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  • Brad Levy

    Hi Jan,

    I'm curious - is pint switch a regional (eg, European) term, or a typo / autocorrect?

    Based on context, I'm presuming it is what I usually hear called tact switch, a usually small pushbutton switch with four terminals (one at each corner of a square footprint).

    I'm just trying to expand my parts vocabulary and awareness in these days of a (relatively) global economy, and new products coming out all the time.

    (Of course, in terms of creative guesses, it could be a bigger pushbutton on the counter in a bar to signal the bartender/proprietor that you'd like another pint. ;-) )

    -Brad

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  • Jan Lichtenbelt

    Hi Boss

     

    The + sign solved the problem. Thanks a lot!

    kind regrads

     

    Jan

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    Hi Brad,

    "Print switch" is just a translation of the Dutch "print schakelaar". Indeed this four pins switch is a pushbutton switch

    Have a nice sunday

     

    Jan

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  • James Head

    Whilst the + will do what you want you should if possible still connect the pads, or if you can't, make a note on your fabrication drawing that this is an intentional open-circuit.

    If you output ODB++ for PCB fabrication then the fabricator will hit a problem when they compare the internal odb++ netlist against the odb++ phototool data for the copper layers and find the open-circuit.

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  • Jan Lichtenbelt

    Dear James

     

    Usually I make the components myself. But, thanks for your advise.

     

    Kind regards

     

    Jan

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