Fritzing Parts – Tenth Set

This is the tenth set of Fritzing parts that I’ve made. The first set of parts, along with some details about Fritzing and about part creation, can be found here. All sets can be found under the ‘fritzing’ tag here. As with the previous sets, these are generally parts that I’ve needed for my own projects.

The group of Fritzing parts.

The group of Fritzing parts.

 

The group of Fritzing parts, numbered.

The group of Fritzing parts, numbered.

The parts are as follows:

  1. 4×4 WS2812B RGB Matrix Module
  2. US_016 Analog Ultrasonic Sensor
  3. 40-bit WS2812B RGB Matrix Module
  4. 2×2 WS2812B RGB Matrix Module
  5. 3-bit WS2812B RGB Matrix Module
  6. GPD2846A TF Card MP3 Decoder Board
  7. Orange Pi One Plus
  8. DS18B20 Temperature Sensor Module
  9. BY8001-16P MP3 Voice Module
  10. Orange Pi Zero

Since the Fritzing parts repository (code.google.com/p/fritzing/issues/detail?id=2753) is no longer available for sharing parts, they will be posted here instead.   If you’d like to make a request for the next set, please leave the following details in the comment section below:

  1. The name of the board/module
  2. The outside dimensions in millimeters
  3. Details about each pin (i.e. name — e.g. VCC, GND, SDA)
  4. An image of it at a reasonable resolution (and as close to parallel to the image plane as possible)

Fritzing Parts – Ninth Set

This is the ninth set of Fritzing parts that I’ve made, which also marks the occasion of 70,000 downloads of parts from the previous eight sets. The first set of parts, along with some details about Fritzing and about part creation, can be found here. All sets can be found under the ‘fritzing’ tag here. As with the previous sets, these are generally parts that I’ve needed for my own projects.

The group of Fritzing parts.

The group of Fritzing parts.

 

The group of Fritzing parts, numbered.

The group of Fritzing parts, numbered.

The parts are as follows:

  1. SparkFun 5-Way Tactile Switch Breakout
  2. Voltage Sensor
  3. GT-521F32 Fingerprint Scanner
  4. MPXV5100DP Pressure Sensor
  5. MAX30102 Oximeter (RCWL-0530)
  6. MPXV7002DP Pressure Sensor
  7. Qualcomm DragonBoard 410C
  8. MAX485 RS485 Transceiver Module
  9. MAX471 (GY-471)
  10. MAX471 (3 terminal)

Since the Fritzing parts repository (code.google.com/p/fritzing/issues/detail?id=2753) is no longer available for sharing parts, they will be posted here instead.   If you’d like to make a request for the next set, please leave the following details in the comment section below:

  1. The name of the board/module
  2. The outside dimensions in millimeters
  3. Details about each pin (i.e. name — e.g. VCC, GND, SDA)
  4. An image of it at a reasonable resolution (and as close to parallel to the image plane as possible)

Fritzing Parts – Eighth Set

This is the eighth set of Fritzing parts that I’ve made. The first set of parts, along with details about Fritzing and about part creation, can be found here. All sets can be found under the ‘fritzing’ tag here. As with the previous sets, these are generally parts that I’ve needed for my own projects.

The group of Fritzing parts.

The group of Fritzing parts.

 

The group of Fritzing parts, numbered.

The group of Fritzing parts, numbered.

The parts are as follows:

  1. Mini USB Breadboard Power Supply Module
  2. WS2811 RGB LED Breakout
  3. INA219 Bi-directional Current Sensor Breakout
  4. Waveshare 1.54in ePaper Display
  5. ESP8266 WiFi Power Relay Module
  6. DM Pro Mini Strong
  7. BX120-50AA Concrete Strain Gauge
  8. MAX30102 Oximeter
  9. 16 Channel Power Relay
  10. NE555 DC 12V Power Relay Module

Since the Fritzing parts repository (code.google.com/p/fritzing/issues/detail?id=2753) is no longer available for sharing parts, they will be posted here instead.   If you’d like to make a request for the next set, please leave the following details in the comment section below:

  1. The name of the board/module
  2. The outside dimensions in millimeters
  3. Details about each pin (i.e. name — e.g. VCC, GND, SDA)
  4. An image of it at a reasonable resolution (and as close to parallel to the image plane as possible)