I’m trying to import an Eagle project for the Adafruit Gemma M0 board from Adafruit’s github page *(https://github.com/adafruit/Adafruit-Gemma-M0-PCB) so I can mostly just grab the board outline and hole placements so I can build myself a small addon board for a home project.
The import went well… even though I took the six layer original board and deleted all but the top and bottom layers, and removed all the components except the six holes around the edges. But now when I try to run the ERC checks, I get errors like:
ErrType(4): Conflict problem between pins. Severity: warning
- @ (8.250 in, 5.570 in): Pin 1 (Passive of component R2 is connceted to
- @ (9.600 in, 3.300 in): pin P$1 (Unspecified) of component GND1 (net 1).
and I’m at a loss on how to fix this properly. I’ve got a quite a simple schematic of just some transistors, resistors, input pins and an output IR LED.
So my questions are:
- whats the best proces sto go through to resolve this issue?
- should I just rename the pin P$1 to P1 and see what happens? If so, what’s the best way, using the schematic editor?
I wonder if the real problem is that I left in the schematic the definitions of the holes (pins really) for the device. Would it be even better to just nuke the labels and then just re-add them by hand?
I’ve included the various file I think I need to show these errors. Sorry I’m so clueless, trying to learn KiCad and design at the same time!
Adafruit Gemma M0.pro (928 Bytes)
Adafruit_Gemma_M0-eagle-import.dcm (51 Bytes)
Adafruit Gemma M0.kicad_pcb (31.0 KB)
Adafruit Gemma M0.net (10.0 KB)
Adafruit_Gemma_M0-eagle-import.lib (58.3 KB)
Adafruit Gemma M0.sch (10.6 KB)