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    Posted: 06 Jan 2014 at 7:47am
Hello everyone,
I need to find the footprints of a RJ45 connector. It's a te connectivity connector.
Here, you can find the reference : http://www.te.com/catalog/pn/en/5520259-4.

I'm a beginner in Allegro PCB Designer, so I will take all of your advices.
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The Library Expert can build this using the Footprint Designer module.

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Using "Footprint Designer", you can easily create this phone jack using 2 pad stacks.

The Parts on Demand (POD) website will soon be on-line starting with over 225,000 Part Numbers and we're adding new parts as fast as we can. This TE Connectivity Footprint only needs to be created once by someone and then upload the FPX file to POD to share it with the entire electronics industry. One person has to build it right and no one will ever have to build it again. Library Expert currently supports 20 different CAD tool interfaces.

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Hello,
thank you for your answers. I followed the tutorial "How to design a RJ45 connector", it allowed me to design the connector's footprint and save it in a new library.
The library's extension is .fpx. How can I import this library in Orcad ?
The extension in Orcad for the footprints are .psm and .dra, how can I attach my new footprint to my component in my schematic. 
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