Header Pin Male connector for my PCB Board in eagle

jpanhalt

Joined Jan 18, 2008
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You don't say which version of Eagle you are using. In versions prior to 8.0, look under "pinhead."

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Edit: Didn't see the pitch mentioned in your link. 2.54 mm(0.10") is common. A 2 mm pitch is quite common too and is often found on LCD displays. Both pitches are in the pinhead library. The one I highlighted is 2.54 mm.
 
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microcontroller60

Joined Oct 1, 2019
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You don't say which version of Eagle you are using. In versions prior to 8.0, look under "pinhead."
I have Eagle 9.3 version
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Edit: Didn't see the pitch mentioned in your link. 2.54 mm(0.10") is common. A 2 mm pitch is quite common too and is often found on LCD displays. Both pitches are in the pinhead library. The one I highlighted is 2.54 mm.
When I searched pinhead I Didn't see any parts in eagle
 

jpanhalt

Joined Jan 18, 2008
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Unfortunately, my version is a purchased version (7.2 and 7.7), and I cannot justify going to subscription. If there is still a free version (as originally promised) loading that version may modify or prevent me from continued use of the purchased versions.

Two ways to get to it in my version. From your initial screen:
1) Open "new schematic" and go to add components; or
2) Open "library".

The terms may be different, but I find it almost inconceivable that such headers would not be included in the libraries. If you are searching for the term per se, did you try just scrolling through the listings?

Edit: DigiKey does not show pinheader per se. They are called "connector, header" Does your version include a "connector" library? Maybe it is there. Some manufacturers are Harwin, Wurth, Sullivan, TE, and probably several others.
 
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microcontroller60

Joined Oct 1, 2019
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Unfortunately, my version is a purchased version (7.2 and 7.7), and I cannot justify going to subscription. If there is still a free version (as originally promised) loading that version may modify or prevent me from continued use of the purchased versions.

Edit: DigiKey does not show pinheader per se. They are called "connector, header" Does your version include a "connector" library? Maybe it is there. Some manufacturers are Harwin, Wurth, Sullivan, TE, and probably several others.
I see following connector library I don't know which one to use

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