Over the last few days, the guys at Fritzing have been busy – they’ve released three new versions in three days.
What’s Fritzing? I hear you ask. It’s an excellent Free Open Source program for doing circuit diagrams, board design etc. I use it a lot for my circuit diagrams on RasPi.TV.
New Raspberry Pi models and graphics
But what is of particular interest to me and possibly to you also, is that there are now new models for Raspberry Pi model B (rev 1 and rev 2). The graphics are beautifully done and all points on the P1 header are now connectable. There isn’t a P5 header for rev 2, but then most people don’t have one soldered on anyway. Here’s what the new graphics look like (with one minor change I’ve made)…
I noticed the SDA and SCL markings were missing (since I’ve been using i2c and doing Fritzing diagrams a lot lately) so I modified the standard graphics (.svg files) to include these. I did this for my own use (it’s the first time I’ve ever used Illustrator), but in the spirit of open source, I’m sharing back.
If you want these, they’re here. All I’ve changed is to add SDA and SCL on the labels for pins 3 & 5.
On Windows 7, the files needed to be placed in this folder…
Here’s a link to the files raspberry_pi_withi2c.zip2. It’s a .zip file, but I renamed it .zip2 for administrative reasons.
Download Fritzing, make circuits, enjoy! :)