Circuit maker library

Returning to the main component editor you can now see that both a Symbol and Footprint model shown as previews are associated with new component. Switch to the Projects component list mode by choosing Project from the panel's top drop down menu. Footprints are created by placing pads, tracks, lines, arcs, 3D elements, etc on suitable PCB layers to accurately represent the physical and electrical attributes of the component in the PCB domain.

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Switch to the Projects component list mode by choosing Project from the panel's top drop down menu. Perhaps the most useful cicuit entry is the component RevisionID parameter, which will indicate the Revision state of each entry see the above image.

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This presents a searchable list of components sourced through the Octopart component database portal, which provides access to comprehensive component data for thousands of real-world components. Note that this option is only available for component entries that have an associated Community Vault component.

When tags have been applied to individual component entries, the Favorites listing can be filtered to include just those components with a specific tag applied. A Schematic Symbol is a component's graphical object that represents the component when it is placed in a schematic document. Alternatively, to create a new, custom schematic symbol for the new component, click Create new symbol above or use the Click to add new symbol link in the component editor Models section:.

With the desired revision active as loaded from the Revisions list click the button to open that revision in the CircuitMaker component editor. This opens a symbol browser dialog allowing you to view and select from a list of existing schematic symbols, then edit and save a new version for your component.

See the Component Management page for more information on the Favorites Library.

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Building up a list of favorite components means that your preferred component options are easy to access and use in your designs. Click the dialog's button to create a new tag entry for the Available Tags list, and then apply one or more tags to the currently selected component using the button. As such, a component listed in the Favorites library can be Placed in a design, Edited to create a new version, or inspected for its full details. This can be is resolved by creating a new, unlisted CircuitMaker component from scratch — a Custom Component.

A new version revision of the selected component is created using the Build New Version option. This opens a dedicated page for that vault component which provides its full details, such as its Watch and Ratings settings, applied Tags, a list of its historical revisions, and an indication of any CircuitMaker projects that use this component version.

To provide direct access to the components used in a CircuitMaker project, the Libraries panel offers an additional library list mode — Project. To manually add a component from the Octopart listing in the Libraries panel to your Favorites collection, right click on the component entry and select Add To Favorites Library from the context menu.

Favorite components can be directly opened for inspection or editing from this list, which is nominally equivalent to selecting Component Details from a Favorites entry's right click commands. Note that this option is only available for component entries that have an associated Community Vault component.

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User Control Panel Log out. Visit theMicrochip Technology web site for more information byclicking here 7. Skip to main content. Note that components cannot be Placed on project documents that are designated as 'Read Only' — such as those in another CircuitMaker user's project — but can be placed on a new cjrcuit version of that document. Note that you cannot rate component revisions that you have created. Forums Posts Latest Posts. The Favorites component list is directly accessible from the Libraries panel by selecting Favorites in the panel's library selection libragy down menu.

Where a CircuitMaker Vault component is available for the selected entry in the list indicated by the iconthe right click context menu will offer a range of options for working with that vault component. Where a CircuitMaker Vault component is not available for the selected entry in the list, the right click context menu will offer the option to create one — Build This Component.

To access the Octopart component listing for your design projects, open the Libraries panel from the main ribbon menu View System Libraries and ensure that the Octopart library rather than Favorites or Projects is selected in the top drop down menu.

The Community Vault component associated with an Octopart component list entry will be the latest version of that vault component. This is because the edited component has been stored as a new version in the Vault, leaving the previous version 1 intact. Use the Libraries panel to access CircuitMaker Vault components as referenced through the Octopart Database component listing.

The component page also includes data derived from the Vault component itself, including previews of its models symbol, footprint, etcWatch and Ratings settings, applied Tags, a list of its historical revisions, and an indication of any CircuitMaker projects that use this component version.

In this way, the version of a component revision that most meets the approval of the CircuitMaker community will be rated highly, and will 'float' to the top of the component Revisions list.

The right click commands available to an entry that is not associated with a Vault component. San Diego, CA Status:

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