I'm new to this field coming from human molecular genetics. As such, I may have selected the wrong forum for this post, and if so, my apologies for wasting bandwidth...
My son and I have successfully used a Ti LMZ14201 in an application we are developing, but we are struggling with producing a board. We are learning Eagle CAD and have discovered that .bxl files which are available for the LMZ14201 are incompatible with Eagle. It would be supremely helpful if anyone could share with us a .bsdl file for the LMZ14201? Many thanks in advance and I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org if you care to contact me directly.
Richard Bartlett, PhD
As you've figured out, .bxl files are not natively supported by Eagle (or any other CAD tool). You need to use the free Ultra Librarian reader to translate from the .bxl file to the supported CAD tool of choice (Eagle, in your case). When you export to Eagle, there will be instructions of how to import the script (.scr) files into Eagle.
The installer file and instructions are available at http://www.national.com/cad/.
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