Learn how to make edits to component properties and insert ports such as VCC and ground ports within electrical schematics.
- [Instructor] Let's take a quick look…at inserting some component properties…and also, how we can insert ports.…So to change the component property…that I have a few options, really quite simple,…I can grab whatever component I'd like.…Just do a right click there and navigate down to Properties.…That should open my Properties side panel here…and as you can see, I have a whole number of properties.…I can change the description, the designator,…type, location, and so on.…
Can also navigate to creating some custom parameters…for the properties I may need there.…And I can even add or customize…the specific Pin values and the specific Pin properties…for each component, as well.…So in this case, I'm going to keep most…of the default values.…Maybe I'll just change something real simple,…like the designator here.…I'll call this U1, as an example.…
And then once I close out of the Properties,…if I'd like, I can see that automatically updating…within my schematic here.…Another option to do the exact same thing,…maybe even a quicker shortcut,…
- Working in the Altium interface
- Staring a new project
- Placing components
- Wiring schematics
- Annotating schematics
- Customizing the grids and units
- Placing PCB footprints
- Routing the PCB layout
- Creating schematic and footprint symbols in libraries
- Generating final output
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1. Getting Started
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3. PCB Design
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