Modeling DFN devices

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Modeling DFN devices

Post by Nathan Blattau » 28 Mar 2013, 17:28

A DFN (dual flat no-leads) is very similar to a QFN device. The best way to model this in Sherlock is to define it as a QFN. Changing the package name to include QFN in it tells Sherlock to use the QFN model for it.

For Example:
If the package name is
DFN-8
Add QFN to it, like
DFN-8 QFN
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