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Author:  Bobsa [ 05 Oct 2017, 20:35 ]
Post subject:  2.54 mm through-hole male post headers

I'm new to DipTrace Schematic Capture, so the following are beginner's questions.

1. I need help finding 2.54 mm (0.1 inch) post-to-post through-hole vertical mount male post headers. I have been looking in "Con Headers". What is the correct part number series?

2. I am assuming that "Con Headers" means male components, how are the female side 2.54 mm socket series enumerated?

3. Also, is there an index that describes the components by the numbers given?

4. And, is there a library that shows the 3D view of the enumerated parts?

Thanks for your assistance.
Bob

Author:  Volkan [ 06 Oct 2017, 01:58 ]
Post subject:  Re: 2.54 mm through-hole male post headers

Hi you can find some 3d models at grabcad , so https://grabcad.com/library/header-6p-f ... tch-2-54-1 is female header 2.54

Author:  KevinA [ 06 Oct 2017, 06:18 ]
Post subject:  Re: 2.54 mm through-hole male post headers

With Pattern Editor click on Con Headers:
Type Rows Pins T and TH=Through Hole Pitch
HDR - 1 x 2 T 2.54
HDR-2X1T/2x2/ Two row one pin (two pins total) 2mm pitch

HDR means MALE pins
HDRF is the female receptacle

HDRF-1X2T/1.27 is a female 1 row 2 pin 1.27mm pitch receptacle

If you have a question what it is click the Datasheet the PDF will open

My personal favorite one: HDRF-2X36S/2.54 (S and SZ are Surface Mount)
A 2X36 72 pin surface mount female header that no one stocks... I found them in China Match STM Nucleo boards.

Spend some time in the library looking at what you have before you start building your own or downloading.

You can check the 3D model for each part by clicking , 3D Model... button

Another good place to spend some time is the Con Jacks and Memory Cards - They have SD sockets from everyone.

Author:  Bobsa [ 06 Oct 2017, 16:20 ]
Post subject:  Re: 2.54 mm through-hole male post headers

Hi Volkan and KevinA,

Thanks for your help. I've got it!

Thanks again, Bob

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