Re: [PEDA] Starting out with Protel99, Questions

2001-12-09 Thread Andrew W. Riley III
Howdy, 1) Is there a standard or rule of thub that can be applied to the seperation for a split plane ? I use a 50mil separation everywhere I can unless there are rails over +/-12. If the difference in voltage of the split planes next to each other is over 25V I try to use

Re: [PEDA] Starting out with Protel99, Questions

2001-12-07 Thread Steve Smith
I'll give it a try. 1 - 20 to 30 mils. 2 - After plating. 3 - It's more a factor of your minimum annular ring. I usually try for 10 to 15 mils depending on the density of the board and the current going thru the hole. 4 - Again it depends on density current. I usually go

Re: [PEDA] Starting out with Protel99, Questions

2001-12-07 Thread HxEngr

Re: [PEDA] Starting out with Protel99, Questions

2001-12-07 Thread Steve Smith
50 58 mils. See what happens when you hurry. Regards, Steve Smith Product Engineer Staco Energy Products Co. Web Site: www.stacoenergy.com -Original Message- From: Steve Smith Sent: Friday, December 07, 2001 5:18 PM To: 'Protel EDA Forum' Subject: Re: [PEDA] Starting out

Re: [PEDA] Starting out with Protel99, Questions

2001-12-07 Thread Jon Elson
Paul Cooper - Myrica wrote: Am trying to layout my 1st board since college and have a few general PCB layout questions. Board will be about 2x3, and max Frequency is about 100Mhz, althoug most much slower. This is a test board, which will be made in the 10's, not a