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WEBENCH Coil Designer schematic export problem
Part Number: LDCCOILEVM
Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools
I used the Webench Coil Designer to recreate coil Q from the LDC reference coils set, since I'm trying to implement it in a design in Eagle 9.0.1.When exporting the file, I didn't get a schematic (although the readme.txt referred to using it) and tried to use the .brd and .scr to put the coil in my designs, but it didn't work.I followed the steps in a different thread with the LDC1000.zip, but that only gives me 9 consistency errors with "schematic and board are not consistent".I also tried using Eagle 7.1.0, but without success, it gave the same errors. Also, when I downloaded the LDCCOILEVM Design file to get the schematic of coil Q into Eagle through the gerber files, it seems I am missing something to get it to work?What do I need to do to resolve this issue?Kind regards,Ricardo A. Rodrigues
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Please share the design you are working on by clicking on share design link in the Coil Designer tool so that we can debug and fix the issue.
In reply to Pradeep Chawda:
Here is the coil design I'm working on: webench.ti.com/.../
It's the same coil as coil Q from the LDC Reference Coils, specified for the LDC1614Sincerely,Ricardo A. Rodrigues
In reply to Ricardo Rodrigues64:
Thanks for sharing the design. I am able to export from WEBENCH Coil Designer and able to import in Eagle v7.2.
As shown above the coil is 4 layer and therefore needs 3 vias. Since there was not enough room at the center it placed a via outside and two at the center. The coil is connected to capacitor. There is no schematic exported for this coil. The readme will be updated in future.
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