Jake 24 Posted March 29, 2015 Share Posted March 29, 2015 I got my PCB for the LM 3414 led drivers in and made one little mistake on the board. I built the foot print per the inductor manufacturer guideline, but there too narrow and I can't get it soldered down. I think my inductor was meant for reflow. I had thought some copper foil could be soldered to the pad then solder the inductor down. The inductor is a 15uh Eaton smd inductor, I guess this is part of the learning curve with PCB! I could scratch my Trace and move the inductor down a bit and then I think I can hit both, but I start getting real close to other parts then. Any ideas or recommendations? Thanks! Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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