This is a newbie request, please. I would like to submit the attachmentRPi Pico TrafficLight.fzz (741.5 KB) to AISLER but I am totally ignorant about what part to use insert on the Breadboard (and adjust accordingly on PCB view) for the simplest Li-Po connection to run the Pico board in stand alone mode.
This exercise is simply to get comfortable in using AISLER services. I’m using the simplest tutorial from the Raspberry Pi Pico handbook. I need guidance on using the proper Frizting part and ensure adequate “real estate” space on the PCB. I did a basic/cursory search for Li-Po terminal part under Fritzing but I may not have chosen the right keyword(s) since the search did not return connectors but rather other boards(?).
I would like some guidance on what Fritzing part to use to indicate a Li-Po (3.3V?) terminal block with two types of arrangement:
stand-alone Li-Po operation
Li-Po charged from desktop/notebook (if at all this is practical - just for my knowledge purposes)
Without getting some boards from AISLER, I feel that I’m limiting my use of Fritzing to basic documentation. I have had too many duPont wires come loose on my breadboards! I need a little more permanent solution now. Many thanks for your understanding and guidance.