If you are talking about the standard T1/4, my compact library has the standard 
vertical mount & 90 degree angle horizontal mount, including SOT-23 style LEDs.

http://www.proteluser.com/download/Pcb_99SE_add-on/BriansStuff/

The "brians_public.txt" describes the contents of the "brians_public.zip"
file.

_____________
Brian Guralnick


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Joe Sapienza 
  To: Protel EDA Forum 
  Sent: Thursday, July 22, 2004 4:38 PM
  Subject: Re: [PEDA] LED Footprints


  Roger,

  There are many different footprints for LEDs. You need to use the one that
  you plan on mounting. Or make one using the datasheet.

  Joe






  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: "Roger Pizzatto Nunes" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
  To: "Protel EDA Forum" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
  Sent: Thursday, July 22, 2004 4:35 PM
  Subject: [PEDA] LED Footprints


  Hi,

  Which is the footprint name of a normal LED? Which librarie on Protel DXP
  has this type of footprint?

  Thank you

  Roger

    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: Duane Foster
    To: Protel EDA Forum
    Sent: Thursday, July 22, 2004 5:18 PM
    Subject: Re: [PEDA] Autorouting Techniques


    Thanks for the white paper Mike.

    I have been curious to try the Electra autorouter ( mainly because of your
  enthusiastic plugs ), and so I read your white paper and got the demo.

    I routed a small double sided board with SMD on both sides.  I was able to
  get 100% routed in 99SE using 10/10 and 12mil spacing SMD-track.  99SE
  router will not do my desired 14mil SMD-via spacing, so i manually adjusted
  offending vias and cleaned up.

    I am trying Electra on the same layout and initially getting 94%
  completion and no adherance to any special clearance rules.

    I tried using your DO file and it seems ROUTE 5 is inadequate.  Am i
  misunderstanding your intention?

    I tried the basic.do file with an addition of "rule pcb (clearance 12
  (type smd_wire)". I did not see any adherance to this special rule in the
  resulting routing.

    I have tried using small grids and assigning layers to 'any' direction,
  with some improvement.

    I would be encouraged with Electra if I could get 100% routing with
  adherance to my spacing rules.  Any ideas or suggestions?  Or does Electra
  shine on multi-layer stuff and this simple 2 layer board is under the
  Electra radar?

    Duane Foster

    > -----Original Message-----
    > From: edsi [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
    > Sent: Wednesday, July 21, 2004 10:40 AM
    > To: Protel EDA Forum
    > Subject: [PEDA] Autorouting Techniques
    >
    >
    > Hello All,
    >
    > Please feel free to  visit www.konekt.com  and read my white
    > paper  on how to use the Electra Autorouter with Protel  99SE
    > and  DXP products.  I have been posting for some time now
    > that this router is one of the best products available.  I
    > was asked by  the ConnectEDA staff  to write a paper for all
    > you users that are afraid to try autorouters.   I have not
    > accepted any payment for this effort , my only interest is
    > have better design tools available and to open a new dialog
    > for Protel users.
    >
    > Enjoy the article
    >
    > Mike Reagan
    > EDSI
    > Frederick MD



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