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 Each of these entities characterize a specific aspect of a component or component breed. The image below shows a selected library with the 555 timer IC component breed (Or in the Eagle jargon called device set). Each of these entities characterize a specific aspect of a component or component breed. The image below shows a selected library with the 555 timer IC component breed (Or in the Eagle jargon called device set).
  
-|  {{http://​www.auditeon.com/​xyz/​projects/​20110610_dev_lib_p01.png?​404x260}} ​ |+|  {{https://​www.auditeon.com/​xyz/​projects/​20110610_dev_lib_p01.png?​404x260}} ​ |
 | Library example with the 555 timer IC, residing in the library\\ from linear and is defined in eight different devices, each\\ having different characteristics ​ | | Library example with the 555 timer IC, residing in the library\\ from linear and is defined in eight different devices, each\\ having different characteristics ​ |
 ===== Recommendations from Eagle for File Locations ===== ===== Recommendations from Eagle for File Locations =====
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 ^  Symbol ​ | <- ^  Device set  | -> ^  Device ​ ^  Package ​ ^ ^  Symbol ​ | <- ^  Device set  | -> ^  Device ​ ^  Package ​ ^
-| {{http://​www.auditeon.com/​xyz/​projects/​20110610_dev_lib_p02.png?​77x92}} ​ | <- ^  *555  | -> | LM555D\\ LM555N\\ NE555D ​ | SO08\\ DIL08\\ SO08  |+| {{https://​www.auditeon.com/​xyz/​projects/​20110610_dev_lib_p02.png?​77x92}} ​ | <- ^  *555  | -> | LM555D\\ LM555N\\ NE555D ​ | SO08\\ DIL08\\ SO08  |
  
 On the left side from the device set, we see a symbol from the timer IC. On the right side we see a list with devices and their packages. For each device within a device set, Eagle designates a different package to a separate device.\\ \\  On the left side from the device set, we see a symbol from the timer IC. On the right side we see a list with devices and their packages. For each device within a device set, Eagle designates a different package to a separate device.\\ \\ 
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 |  %%$HOME/​Backup/​eagle/​eagle_custom_libraries%% ​ | -> |  %%dev_marc.lbr%% ​ | -> |  ..., *555, NE5534, LM385, ...  | |  %%$HOME/​Backup/​eagle/​eagle_custom_libraries%% ​ | -> |  %%dev_marc.lbr%% ​ | -> |  ..., *555, NE5534, LM385, ...  |
  
-If we now look closer to the [[http://​www.national.com/ds/LM/LM185-2.5.pdf|data sheet of the LM385]] or [[http://​www.national.com/ds/LM/LM185-ADJ.pdf|adjustable (LM385-adj)]],​ we see it contains one symbol with 3 pins and another with 8 pins, depending on the kind of package. With that information we draw the following scheme:+If we now look closer to the [[http://​www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/lm385-2.5-n.pdf|data sheet of the LM385]] or [[http://​www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/lm285-adj.pdf|adjustable (LM385-adj)]],​ we see it contains one symbol with 3 pins and another with 8 pins, depending on the kind of package. With that information we draw the following scheme:
  
 ^  Symbol ​ | <- ^  Device set  | -> ^  Device ​ ^  Package ​ ^ ^  Symbol ​ | <- ^  Device set  | -> ^  Device ​ ^  Package ​ ^
 |  | ^  LM385  | | | | |  | ^  LM385  | | | |
-| {{http://​www.auditeon.com/​xyz/​projects/​20110610_dev_lib_p03.png?​46x32}} ​ | <- ^ | -> | LM385AYZ-2.5\\ LM385BXM-2.5\\ LM385M3-2.5 ​ | TO-92\\ SO-8\\ SOT-23 ​ | +| {{https://​www.auditeon.com/​xyz/​projects/​20110610_dev_lib_p03.png?​46x32}} ​ | <- ^ | -> | LM385AYZ-2.5\\ LM385BXM-2.5\\ LM385M3-2.5 ​ | TO-92\\ SO-8\\ SOT-23 ​ | 
-| {{http://​www.auditeon.com/​xyz/​projects/​20110610_dev_lib_p04.png?​50x55}} ​ | <- ^ | -> | LM385BXZ\\ LM385BYZ\\ LM385BZ\\ LM385Z\\ LM385M\\ LM385BM ​ | TO-92\\ TO-92\\ TO-92\\ TO-92\\ SO-8\\ SO-8  |+| {{https://​www.auditeon.com/​xyz/​projects/​20110610_dev_lib_p04.png?​50x55}} ​ | <- ^ | -> | LM385BXZ\\ LM385BYZ\\ LM385BZ\\ LM385Z\\ LM385M\\ LM385BM ​ | TO-92\\ TO-92\\ TO-92\\ TO-92\\ SO-8\\ SO-8  |
 ===== Component custom design =====  ===== Component custom design ===== 
 A component must reside in a library. Therefore, to create or edit existing components, either -from the control panel- create first a new library or open an existing one via the menu. This will invoke the Library Editor window. A component must reside in a library. Therefore, to create or edit existing components, either -from the control panel- create first a new library or open an existing one via the menu. This will invoke the Library Editor window.
  
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 ^ Empty Library Editor window ​ ^ ^ Empty Library Editor window ​ ^
  
 In this window, from left to right you will find these basic commands: In this window, from left to right you will find these basic commands:
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 ^ Library Editor commands ^ ^ Library Editor commands ^
  
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 ===== Links and more information ===== ===== Links and more information =====
-  * [[http://​learn.adafruit.com/​eagle-tutorial-how-to-add-a-new-package-to-a-component/​]] How to add a new package to an existing component+  * [[https://​learn.adafruit.com/​eagle-tutorial-how-to-add-a-new-package-to-a-component/​]] How to add a new package to an existing component
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