How to Design Circuits with NodeMCU in Fritzing?
Fritzing is an open-source software to design circuits, PCB, and write code for Arduino devices. Fritzing provides components from a variety of designers and producers. Besides, one can use any custom components by adding the part file which has a file extension
fzpz. In this article, we'll learn how to design circuits with NodeMCU in Fritzing.
Components & Services
- Fritzing Software
- NodeMCU Part File (.fzpz)
Step 1 - Download & Install the Fritzing Software
- To download Fritzing from the official site it asks for € 8 (or € 25). To save money download from third-party website 👉 Fritzing (64-bit) Download (2022 Latest) (filehorse.com).
- After completion of the downloading, move the
fritzing.---.zipfile to a directory where you want to install it like
- Now extract the
- In that extracted directory, there'll be a file named
Fritzing.exe. Make a shortcut of that file in the Desktop (optional).
Step 2 - Add NodeMCU Part File to Fritzing
- Download the NodeMCU part file 👉
- Open Fritzing Software
- To add the part file 👉 go to
File --> Open...and open the
- To add NodeMCU to the library 👉
right-click on the NodeMCU --> Add to bin... --> My Parts
Step 3 - Design a Circuit
- Open the Fritzing Software.
- Add NodeMCU by searching it in the Parts section.
- Now add a breadboard and an LED.
- Now make a connection.
Export the Design
To export the circuit as an image file -
- Go to
File --> Export --> as Image --> PNG/JPG/SVG/PDF.
This exported image can't be used in production. To export for production, select the
for Production option in the