Electrosmith Daisy Patch Submodule

Please help me make a Fritzing Object for this board, please.

Name of the part
Electrosmith Daisy Patch Submodule

The official documentation of the part manufacture is linked here: https://daisy.nyc3.cdn.digitaloceanspaces.com/products/patch-sm/ES_Patch_SM_datasheet_v1.0.5.pdf

I did not read this
[?] Breakout board, sub assembly, plug in module (A)
Antenna (AE)
Battery (BT)
Capacitor (C)
Diode (D)
Display (DS)
Fuse (F)
Hardware , mounting screws, etc. (H)
Jack, fixed part of a connector pair, header (J)
Relay (K)
Inductor, Coil, Ferrite bead (L)
Loudspeaker, Buzzer (LS)
Motor (M)
Microphone (MK)
Plug, moveable part of a connector pair (P)
Transistor (Q)
Resistor (R)
Thermistor (RT)
Varistor (RV)
Switch (S)
Transformer (T)
Integrated Circuit (IC)
Crystal, Oscillator (Y)
Zender diode (Z)
Other (Development Board)

This part should do what you want. Pcb view is suppressed as not useful.

Electrosmith-Daisy-Patch-Submodule.fzpz (20.7 KB)


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I agree that a pcb view of the Patch is not useful but maybe of the Daisy board? I have to do a number of small parts and still don’t have the confidence, but I have been using fritzing to produce PCBs for years. The footprints for the arduino nano and the Pi Pico I’ve used on two designs and it’s really nice to have them on PCBs. Or maybe the Daisy is ‘too niche’? I do mostly audio with Fritzing.

I expect this is too niche. If someone wants a Daisy board I expect they will request one.


Heh. I never expected anyone to request a Daisy Patch :slight_smile: Thanks for all your efforts!