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An open source electron tube catalog

Posted on Friday, October 12th, 2012 in open source, software by DP

Here’s your daily retro fix. Electrontubes is an open source database of old school vacuum tubes (electron tubes). It features pinout, footprint, and some basic information about each part.

This is an open source electrontube catalogue. Its database contents base type, pin-out and some parameters of components. This database is refreshing continuosly. If you are on-line and new version is available, Tubes upgrades database. Or you can download it from homepage and install manually.

Via Electronics Lab.

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  1. Mike Runkel says:

    I would have to try it to be certain but it looks very promising.

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