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Why in the world do 1x20 male and female pin headers have different centers?
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Matt Mills 1 year ago
So I just went to check the pin centers on my pin headers and couldn't figure out what was going on until I realized that the male 1x20 pin header \(HDR\-M\-F\.254\_1x20\) and female 1x20 pin header \(HDR\-F\-2\.54\_1x20\)h ave different center points\.\.\. Female: ![image.png](// <br> Male: ![image.png](// <br> What kind of maniac would offset the center of the part so when you flip it it offsets 1 pin?
andyfierman 1 year ago
Please submit an error report about the incorrect centring of the HDR-F-2.54_1x20 header using the right click Report Error tool: ![image.png](// Note that by "HDR\-M\-F\.254\_1x20" it is assumed that you are referring to the \(correctly centred\) "HDR\-M\-2\.54\_1x20"\. Thanks.
Matt Mills 1 year ago
So it's just the one I pulled from the sidebar (the EELib) section, so I'm surprised it's off, since I would expect it'd be used in a zillion designs by now. I've reported the HDR-F-2.54_1x20 as the incorrectly centered one...
UserSupport 1 year ago
Hi we fixed this footprint origin now thanks
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