The whimsical Paw-Connect TC2030 pogo pin programming cable
The Paw-Connect TC2030 is an alternative KiCad PCB foot pawprint for the TC2030 pogo pin programming cable in the shape of a cute little paw. Features:
No need to build your own pogo-pin jig. It’s simply compatible with the Tag-Connect TC2030-*-NL pogo pin programming cable.
Pawsitively Purrfect Aesthetics: Stand out from traditional PCB footprints with this eye-catching and playful paw-shaped design. Add a touch of personality and creativity to your PCB layout.
Easy Spotting for the Pawssionate: Quickly locate the programming cable connection on your PCB with this unmistakable pawprint. No more searching around or mistaking it for a regular boring connector.
Compact Cuteness: This pawprint is designed to be compact, allowing you to fit it into tight spaces while still showcasing your pawfect style. Designed for an optimized paw fill factor, it maximizes space utilization on your PCB while delivering a delightful aesthetic. It’s the perfect balance of compactness and adorable paw presence, proving that good things do come in small paws.
Clawsome Integration:: This pawprint can be easily integrated into existing PCB layouts without requiring significant modifications.
Meowgnificent Versatility: Suitable for a wide range of applications, from small-scale projects to larger circuits, this pawprint adds a touch of beans to any design.
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