HLK-PM01 AC-DC 220V to 5V


I’m interrest for this Part HLK-PM01-AC-DC-220V-to-5V.

I think the availability of this compact part should interrese many people.

It’s a compact power supply for arduino and atmega family.

I’ve read the design tutorial, but I don’t have knowledge or experience with “AI” or “Inkscape”. It’s too fastidious for me.

Thanks in advance

Here are the SVG files, can somebody else make the fritzing part file?


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Necessity is the mother of invention. I just created the part. This was my first Fritzing part so it may not be perfect but I tried to be as accurate as possible with the dimensions (especially in the PCB view). Still, your mileage may vary.

Here it is, enjoy!



A very big thank you for your work.

Thank you all, of course for your work.

However, the dimensions for PCB look not correct. Did anybody succeed with this layout?


I thought this sounded familiar :slight_smile: try the one in here someone cut a board and discovered the mounting holes are too small and I fixed it for him. Don’t know if it worked or not though.

Hi !

I’ve buyed a PCB with this part and effectivly the whole are to small.
Vanep give me a new part in the post above and this one seems to be correct. For the moment, i’ve not ordered the new PCB but, when i print the PDF pcb, the holes arent correct !

When you print a pdf of the new part the holes aren’t correct? If so in what way are they incorrect? The new part looks correct to me as a gerber in gerbv. The hole is .035 (which is I believe what you wanted) and the pad spacing seems to match the drawing above i.e. 5.011mm between the narrow pads 15.38mm between the wide pads and 29.3878 mm between the two pad sets taking the x y coords from the drill.txt file and converting from thou to millimeters. I haven’t used the pdf conversion so I don’t know how that works.

No no no !!! With the new part, wholes are correct !!! The wholes whas too small with the part in fritzing !