OMNIMATE component libraries

New, extensive OMNIMATE component libraries for PCB design software –
For fast and professional PCB design.


In offering its extensive component libraries for PCB design software, Weidmüller is expanding its range of services. Thanks to the component libraries created specifically for PCB terminals and plug-in connectors of the OMNIMATE product series, you can design PCBs quickly and professionally.


Device and electronics developers as well as PCB layout specialists will be familiar with the time-consuming process that is creating footprints and circuit symbols. Weidmüller is now offering design software for various printed circuit boards as another service available for download. These software packages also go by the name of EDA (electronic design automation) systems and are essentially extensive component libraries of PCB terminals and PCB plug-in connectors.

 Example of footprint, schematic symbol and 3D view in an EDA Software (Electronic Design Automation)

Example of footprint, schematic symbol and 3D view in an EDA Software (Electronic Design Automation)


Component libraries are available for:

  • Mentor Graphics Expedition (Version >7.9.5)
  • Mentor Graphics Pads (Version > 9.x)
  • Altium Designer EDA systems (Version >10.0)


All you have to do is “unzip the library, paste it into the EDA system and install the product required in the device”. This makes it a fast, customisable and competent service.



Notes on the terms of use:

With the download of the OMNIMATE component libraries for EDA Systems, the user accepts Weidmüller’s terms of use. Weidmüller aims to continually develop and improve its products. We therefore reserve the right to deliver products which may be different – in the sense of enhancement – from those shown in the OMNIMATE component libraries. Users are requested to always ask for a confirmation of the respective specifications. Under no circumstances can Weidmüller be held responsible for any misuse of OMNIMATE component libraries. The responsibility for the selection of devices and the assumption of values for the calculation lies solely with the user.