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Hello,

I've made a schematic but it gives me and error:
"OUTPUT and SUPPLY pins are mixed on net +5V (out)
"OUTPUT and SUPPLY pins are mixed on net +5V (sup)
and
"OUTPUT and SUPPLY pins are mixed on net GND (out)
"OUTPUT and SUPPLY pins are mixed on net GND (out)

i dont know how to correct it... can someone give an hand please?

Thanks in advance

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The answer is simple... find the nets "OUTPUT" and "SUPPLY" on the nets +5V and GND and change them to the net they are connected to, +5 or GND. Did you mix 2 schematics?, that's a common error, I've done it many times.   When you attempt to put 2 schematics together, run the ERC on the schematic. This will help you resolve any net errors created when pasting schematics together.. and any other common errors like unconnected GND or +5 pins on IC's and un-intentional connections like your net issues, Shorts too..

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There are valid situations where an output is used as a supply (for example using an opamp to generate a virtual ground for some circuit,
typically the opamp's output will be of class OUTPUT - yet its function is to generate a supply voltage for other parts of the circuit.
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i still couldn't understand what im doing wrong...
my problem started after i putted Myrra 47152 to convert (input) 220v to (Output) 5v, and then i connected those 5v to the rest of the board.
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As said below by Docedison, just rename the net. Any number of components may have 'strange' pin assignments that meet the designers requirements rather than yours smiley-wink
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i want to thanks to everyone that tried to help so far. crap i feel real dumb... i still cant solve my problem. i tried to rename but with no sucess... i've added the schematic on the first post, please help me smiley-sad
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i still cant solve my problem.
Why is this a problem?  Pins in EAGLE parts are given functions such as I/O, Power, N/C.  ERC is warning you that an OUPTUT pin and a POWER pin are connected.  If this is what you intended, click approve and move on.
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Yes, those are just warnings, not fatal design errors.
If connected as desired, you can ignore them.
Often the +5V symbol is called an output, so connecting it to an actual source, like 7805 output, will result in that warning.
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you do need to decide if you are using output 1 or ouput 2

output 1 is pin 6 0V pin 7 +V
output 2 is pin 9 0v pin 10 +V

other than that
i wonder why you connect pin 1 of JP3 to JP2
potential (!!) for mains to leak in that way

the warnings from EAGLE can be "approved"
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i see now... errors aproved. i thought i couldnt proceed without fixing it smiley-grin

THANK YOU ALL!!!

pin 1 from JP3 is the lamp i want to turn on.

i didnt understand this...

you do need to decide if you are using output 1 or ouput 2

output 1 is pin 6 0V pin 7 +V
output 2 is pin 9 0v pin 10 +V

thanks in advance
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I looked at the data sheet
output 1 is defined as using pin 6 0V pin 7 +V
output 2 is defined as using pin 9 0v pin 10 +V
your circuit uses pin 9 for 0v, pin 7 for Vcc

I think you should use 6 and 7 OR 9 and 10
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mmm i see, ill take a look on that.

thanks for the info. i apreciate it smiley-wink
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