But there is still the issue of 3.3V and GND not getting any ratsnest lines (and therefor presumably not connected).
I’ve been avoiding dumping my Arduino symbols and footprints because I don’t have them documented well, but here you go…
ArduinoLibraries.zip (1.5 MB)
They should work in v4.x as that was the last KiCad version that they were saved in. But I can verify that the footprints are compatible with the schematic symbols. The linked datasheets for the symbols are the official schematics of the boards for reference.
For the Pro-Mini I have 3 versions (schematic symbol and pcb footprint):
- ARDUINO_Pro-Mini = All the pins except the FTDI pins (this includes the off-grid analog pins).
- ARDUINO_Pro-MiniALL = All the pins including the FTDI pins and the off-grid analog pins.
- ARDUINO_Pro-MiniDIP = Only the side pins that would fit into a bread board.
All the power pins are type “Power input” on the Pro-Mini. (Some of the other Arduino boards have some of the power pins as outputs, expecting them to be used providing power to the attached curcuitry…)
All the footprints additionally have 4 variants, for hand soldering you will probably want to the the …U variant as those have oval pads with the drill offset to one side to give a fairly large copper pad for your iron tip. I included a file “My Standards.TXT” that have more details on where I got my pad and component geometry dimensions.
Copy the contents of the library folder to your user libraries location and the contents of the modules folder to your user footprints location. Then add the libraries and footprints like any other libraries and modules.