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    Posted: 31 May 2021 at 5:42am


Hi,

Can you tell me what the D2 dimension stands for. As it is not a dimension in my datasheet but required by the footprint designer.
And, when the D2 dimension is not applicable what should I use?


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D2 = The Terminal Lead Center. 

Most PLCC mfr.'s provide that dimension. 

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Tom,

Thanks for your reply. Did not recognize this dimension as the Terminal Lead Center.

And you are right, that dimension is in my datasheet.

Thanx, Charles
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