Does someone have any schematic symbols for the AM3352? Customer is looking for OrCAD or Altium schematic symbols.
BeagleBone has schematics file available. You should be able to reuse it from there.
You can also go to the AM3352 Product Folder and find them in the CAD Symbols & Footprints section.
Have you downloaded the file to confirm it has the ORCAD symbol? I looked and I didn't see any ORCAD related file...only a file with DRA extension.
You must have selected the link for footprint download if the zip file included a file with DRA extension.
I just verified the symbols link provides a zip file with an OLB extension.
Please provide a hard link for the OLB extension for both packages of the AM3352 270MHz processor. I and our local distributor FAE did not see it. Thanks,
I see your point on the AM3352 Product Folder. Going to the sibling device AM3358 Product Folder, you will see a schematic symbol for the XAM3358ZCE.
Okay... I see you added a symbol for the AM3358... but it's in the 298 pin package...do you have one for the 324 pin package as well? We may go with the larger pitch for ease of routing. Also is the AM3358 100% pin compatible drop in with the AM3352? I want to make sure the symbol is an exact so I don't have any surprises when I'm doing the design or debug. Thanks,
Any status on this? I did try to look at Beagle Bone schematic, but not sure what version ORCAD they use, but I can't open it. So does TI have ORCAD symbol for AM3352 in the 324 pin package? If you...please provide a hard link so I can continue with my design.
Please check the AM3358 Product Folder again. There is a symbol for the 324-pin ZCZ package as well as the 298-pin ZCE.
I just checked the AM3352 Product Folder and both are available there as well.
As this answer was almost a year ago, it appears the AM3352 Product Folder no longer contains the symbol and footprint. I have downloaded the same for the AM3358 but would like to know if this is pin and pad compatible with the AM3352. If not, where can I now find the correct ones?
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Thank you for your reply. I've downloaded the CAD files from the AM3358 Product page but either I'm missing something or the file is incorrect. I downloaded the ZCE file along with the Ultra Librarian package. When I create the EagleCad symbol and layout footprint, the symbol contains 324 pins whereas the footprint has 298. To correct this, I've modified the symbol by removing the unused pins. But while constructing the device (assigning pins to pads) the symbol does not have any pins for the 19th row of pads, i.e. I2C0_SCL, UART1_TXD. etc. I can add them myself but it seems like there is an error here - the ZCZ symbol is being used for the ZCE package.
Am I missing something?
We are working with vendor on new contract to produce bxls. The previous contract expired December 31, 2012. We hope to have an agreement within the next couple of weeks.
I have the following parts for new bxl creation and/or correction if needed.
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I am confused...ZCE is 298 pins and ZCZ is 324...how come you have ZCE with 298 and 324 pins?
Please check the data sheet...Am I missing something?
Matt, attached is the ZCE symbol. We'll work on getting the web updated. Let me know if you have any issues. Thanks!
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