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MECA Electronics

EIA Tube Base Schematic Symbol Stencils for Visio™

NOTE: These are the old vacuum tube symbols.

Please visit the v3 page for updated product and ordering info.

Use these Visio component stencils (also called shapes) to generate a professional looking system block diagram with as much - or as little - detail as you like.

Built on the Visio grid to guarantee alignment. All components are original. This product has been tested with Visio versions 4.0 through 2003.

Click here for EIA Rack & Test Equipment stencils

Click here for RF Block Diagram stencils

Sample Components

Here is a small sample of what you will be receiving. Note the consistent formatting. Edit values the same convenient way as with all other Visio components. See all 24 tube bases here.

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