Date:2012-05-30 06:05:25 (8 years 2 months ago)
Author:Adam Wang
Commit:e3556cabf2bd9bc5d265be63c6458e37f5d6f324
Message:INFO: clean up by order

Files: modules/INFO (4 diffs)

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modules/INFO
55# N Data sheet identifier (N tag of BOOKSHELF; can be omitted if equal to F)
66#
77
8# Standard rectangular passive components
9F: stdpass
10
11# Solder pads and test points
12F: pads
13
148# Printed 8:10 card contacs
159F: 8_10-card
1610
11# EUS (R-PDSS-T6)
12F: eus
13#
14# - for example: the PTH04000WAH data sheet, it's EUS
15# http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/pth04000w.pdf
16#
17
1718# Fiducial (1 mm copper pad, 2 mm solder mask clearance)
1819F: fiducial
1920
21# IR Receiver Module
22F: ir
23#
24# From Vishay:
25#
26# - the TSOP322.., TSOP324.., TSOP348.., TSOP344.. data sheet
27# http://www.vishay.com/docs/81732/tsop348.pdf
28
29# MDIP
30F: mdip
31#
32# From FAIRCHILD:
33#
34# - the 6N138S data sheet
35# http://www.fairchildsemi.com/ds/6N/6N138.pdf
36#
37# Package Type:
38#
39# - MDIP 8L
40# http://www.fairchildsemi.com/package/packageDetails.html?id=PN_192-B08
41#
42# Package Drawing:
43#
44# http://www.fairchildsemi.com/dwg/N0/N08H.pdf
45
46# Mini-USB B receptable (SMT; almost generic)
47F: mini_usb_b
48
49# Solder pads and test points
50F: pads
51
2052# "Generic" simple QFN
2153F: qfn
2254#
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78110# http://pdfserv.maxim-ic.com/land_patterns/90-0093.PDF
79111#
80112
81# Mini-USB B receptable (SMT; almost generic)
82F: mini_usb_b
83
84# USB A plug for SMT
113# SOIC
114F: soic
85115#
86# Note: the signal pads are enlarged by 0.2 mm and their center is shifted by
87# 0.1 mm with respect to the reference.
116# From TI:
88117#
89# According to the data sheet, the leads terminate at (2.00+/-0.10 mm)/2+
90# 2.48 mm = 3.48+/-0.10 mm from the center. The reference footprint puts the
91# edge of the pads at (2.00+/-0.10 mm)/2+2.6 mm = 3.6 mm+/-0.10 mm, so the
92# maximum lead end could be at 3.58 mm while the minimum pad edge could be at
93# 3.5 mm.
118# - the SN75HVD12DR data sheet
119# http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/sn75hvd12.pdf
94120#
95# Assuming that the pad is intended to extend a bit beyond the lead, we need
96# to add 0.2 mm to compensate for these tolerances. (The pad tolerance may not
97# be intended to be used this way, however, we still have to consider small
98# errors in registration, which also amount to about 0.1 mm, so the calculation
99# remains valid.)
121# Package Drawing:
100122#
101F: usb_a_plug_smt
123# - D(JEDEC)
124# - R-PDSO-G8
125# http://www-s.ti.com/sc/psheets/msoi002j/msoi002j.pdf
126# - R-PDSO-G14
127# http://www-s.ti.com/sc/psheets/mpds177g/mpds177g.pdf
128# - R-PDSO-G16
129# http://www-s.ti.com/sc/psheets/mpds178g/mpds178g.pdf
102130
103# USB 2.0 from usb_20_040908, page 99
104F: usb-a-pcb
131F: sot
132
133# Standard rectangular passive components
134F: stdpass
105135
106136# SOT-323 package with counter-clockweise or clockwise pin assignment
107137F: sot-323
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125155#
126156# some conflicts with the outline exist
127157
128F: sot
129
130# MDIP
131F: mdip
132#
133# From FAIRCHILD:
134#
135# - the 6N138S data sheet
136# http://www.fairchildsemi.com/ds/6N/6N138.pdf
137#
138# Package Type:
139#
140# - MDIP 8L
141# http://www.fairchildsemi.com/package/packageDetails.html?id=PN_192-B08
142#
143# Package Drawing:
144#
145# http://www.fairchildsemi.com/dwg/N0/N08H.pdf
146
147# SOIC
148F: soic
149#
150# From TI:
151#
152# - the SN75HVD12DR data sheet
153# http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/sn75hvd12.pdf
154#
155# Package Drawing:
156#
157# - D(JEDEC)
158# - R-PDSO-G8
159# http://www-s.ti.com/sc/psheets/msoi002j/msoi002j.pdf
160# - R-PDSO-G14
161# http://www-s.ti.com/sc/psheets/mpds177g/mpds177g.pdf
162# - R-PDSO-G16
163# http://www-s.ti.com/sc/psheets/mpds178g/mpds178g.pdf
164
165# IR Receiver Module
166F: ir
167#
168# From Vishay:
169#
170# - the TSOP322.., TSOP324.., TSOP348.., TSOP344.. data sheet
171# http://www.vishay.com/docs/81732/tsop348.pdf
172
173158# "Generic" simple TSOP
174159F: tsop
175160#
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203188# http://www.national.com/packaging/mkt/td03b.pdf
204189#
205190
191# USB A plug for SMT
192#
193# Note: the signal pads are enlarged by 0.2 mm and their center is shifted by
194# 0.1 mm with respect to the reference.
195#
196# According to the data sheet, the leads terminate at (2.00+/-0.10 mm)/2+
197# 2.48 mm = 3.48+/-0.10 mm from the center. The reference footprint puts the
198# edge of the pads at (2.00+/-0.10 mm)/2+2.6 mm = 3.6 mm+/-0.10 mm, so the
199# maximum lead end could be at 3.58 mm while the minimum pad edge could be at
200# 3.5 mm.
201#
202# Assuming that the pad is intended to extend a bit beyond the lead, we need
203# to add 0.2 mm to compensate for these tolerances. (The pad tolerance may not
204# be intended to be used this way, however, we still have to consider small
205# errors in registration, which also amount to about 0.1 mm, so the calculation
206# remains valid.)
207#
208F: usb_a_plug_smt
209
210# USB 2.0 from usb_20_040908, page 99
211F: usb-a-pcb
212
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