Where can I find the model for the SparkFun Qwiic Single Relay?
There doesn’t appear to be one. I will make one in a while.
Thanks, I was surprised that I couldn’t find it. Are their tutorials on building your own Fritzing models?
Yes but it is quite complex. These two tutorials cover current versions of Fritzing, many of the rest are for older versions.
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A series of part creation videos - I’m not an expert, but there was nothing else around at the time.
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Fritzing Part Creation - Chapter1 - New Part …
Someone in this forum post
requested help to fix up a part. So while doing that I decided to record what I needed to do in order to fix the part to provide a tutorial to create new / fix broken parts. If you start from the Tarjeta S4A EDU.fzpz file posted in the above thread, you should be able to recreate my improved part posted in the same thread. I started by loading the original part in to Fritzing, that indicates breadboard is (at first look anyway) pretty good, but schematic and pcb are…
this is a schematic creation plugin for Inkscape which makes schematic creation considerably easier.
schematic Inkscape plugin
I have been working on an extension for Inkscape to create rectangular schematic symbol .svg files for use in Fritzing. I think I created a useful tool to speed up creation of schematic symbols, and now I want to share it with the community.
It’s available on github:
In Inkscape, the edit menu → user preferences → system will have an option for ‘User extensions’ - allowing you to open the folder to…
Here is a part that should do the job (if the Sparkfun folks are still reading the forums, feel free to add it to your Fritzing repo if you like, there are several more of your parts that I have made for people in the forum too!)
Sparkfun-qwiic-single-relay.fzpz (10.8 KB)
only the 4 pads at the top of the board show in pcb (and the mounting holes as usual are only in silkscreen, to drill the holes you need to drag a hole over the pad in silkscreen and set the size appropriately!), the screw terminals and Qwicc connectors don’t appear in pcb.
Thanks, I will give it a try