Facebook Official Page
Share EAGLE library
Have you created EAGLE library?
Did you find an interesting library?
Why not share with the community?
DIY Modules Eagle Library version 1.8.0 has been released.
DIY Modules Eagle Library version 1.7.0 has been released.
DIY Modules Eagle Library version 1.6.0 has been released.
Search for EAGLE Library
LM2596 ESP8266 7805 POTENTIOMETER 7 SEGMENT ARDUINO ATMEGA SWITCH LCD OLED RELAY 1N4007 ARDUINO NANO MOSFET 433 MHZ BLUETOOTH MODULE ACS712 POLOLU BATTERY TO252 SD CARD TRANSFORMER JST MURATA 315 MHZ PCB ANTENNA
Ohter interesting searches:
EAGLE Library Structure
|Uploaded by:||Ed Halley|
|Download options:||Download original file|
( 15.5 KiB )Download file converted
to the latest EAGLE format
( 50.4 KiB )
Includes packages and schematic symbols for popular light emitting diode matrix components.
Designs by Ed Halley. Released into the Creative Commons, with Attribution-Only, Share-Alike.
|Name & variants||Symbol||Package|
|MATRIX_8X8_TRICOLOR_ANODE_ROW||RGB 8x8 LED Matrix
This variety of display has one anode pin for each row, and three cathode pins for each column. Each anode is shared by red, green and blue cathodes for each cell in the matrix.
This part matches the matrix sold by LEDsee.com (SKU: RGBMATRIX) and Seeedstudio.com (SKU: LEDRGBMatrix). The datasheet lists the source as "Guoyexing Optoelectronics Co. Ltd.," part number GYXM-2388AURPGB.
|MATRIX_8X8_TRICOLOR_CATHODE_ROW||RGB 8x8 LED Matrix
This variety of display has one cathode pin for each row, and three anode pins for each column. Each cathode is shared by red, green and blue anodes for each cell in the matrix.
This part matches the matrix sold by SparkFun.com (SKU: COM-00683). Their datasheet lists the source as "China Young Sun LED Technology Co. Ltd.," aka 100LED.com, Model Number YSM-2388CRGBC.
|MATRIX_60MM_32PIN||60mm Square Display with 32 Pins This package is a common layout for 60mm LED Matrix devices with 32 pins. An outline is drawn on the Measures layer, if you need to see the physical boundary of the display. It is not drawn in the silkscreen layer, since the outline may collide with low-profile parts far away from the pins of the matrix device. The outline shows "key" features around the perimeter, either protruding or sunk into the square edge. Most matrix components use this scheme instead of a dent near pin one.|