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Old 7th August 2005, 05:39 AM   #11
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Ok, I have been asked about this in a couple of threads, so here it is. This is the actual library that I use on my vacuum tube boards.

The 5AR4, 45, and 5842 parts as well as the resistors, caps, and regulator IC, are the ones used on the TubelabSE board. The 5AR4 part was modified from the library that I downloaded from Eagle. The pads and holes have been enlarged for ease of assembly. The other parts I created myself. Since there is no PC board socket available for the 4 pin tubes (45, 300B) I created a part for the chassis mount socket. Pictures will be posted in a seperate reply.

The 6FQ7 and 12AX7 parts are the ones used on the 300Beast board. These parts are about 5 years old and are updated from an older version of Eagle.

The 6U8 part is even older and was used in a KT-88 amp.

These library parts are a work in progress, they have evolved over time, and will continue to evolve. I know that they will be of use to Tubeheads that use Eagle, however, I make no guarantees. Use at your own risk

Thanks so much for this tube.lib files I have been looking for some.. Do you got any more to share.. ?

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Tubelab, thanks a lot for the library, that was just what I needed FWIW, there's a library contaning a 7-pin mini socket on this link http://www.diyforums.org/millett.html


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Default Tube library for Eagle

Thanks so much for this tube.lib files I have been looking for some.. Do you got any more to share.. ?

At this point you have my entire tube collection, even though the library is small, it contains everything needed to build amplifier boards.

All of my other libraries were from my digital design days using socketed dip and PLCC parts. Since there are far better parts in the current Eagle libraries, I don't even use them any more.
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Thanks for the link to the library containing the 7 pin part. I am planning a SE amp design that uses 6AQ5 tubes. I will modify this part instead of starting over if it works out.
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And for Proteus? Anybody have a Library for it?

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Old 31st March 2010, 04:20 PM   #16
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Hello,

Does someone has the library for tubes in Eagle whitch contains the ECC85 ??

Its kinda urgent please

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Old 31st March 2010, 04:49 PM   #17
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Does someone has the library for tubes in Eagle whitch contains the ECC85 ??

Its kinda urgent please
I was about to help you ... right up until the "kinda urgent" part. How about doing your own homework ? You couldn't even be bothered to look it up so why should we help you ? Oh, I nearly forgot, because it's "kinda urgent" ...
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thanks for release the file was very useful.
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Old 18th June 2012, 02:09 AM   #19
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Dragging his thread up from the past...

I am using a Mac, and have Eagle 6.2. Unfortunately, the PC socket libraries don't work with my version. Is this an Eagle for Mac 6.x issue, or later versions of Eagle in general?

Anyway, if someone has any libraries for Eagle in a later format it would be very helpful.

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Ok, I have been asked about this in a couple of threads, so here it is. This is the actual library that I use on my vacuum tube boards.

The 5AR4, 45, and 5842 parts as well as the resistors, caps, and regulator IC, are the ones used on the TubelabSE board. The 5AR4 part was modified from the library that I downloaded from Eagle. The pads and holes have been enlarged for ease of assembly. The other parts I created myself. Since there is no PC board socket available for the 4 pin tubes (45, 300B) I created a part for the chassis mount socket. Pictures will be posted in a seperate reply.

The 6FQ7 and 12AX7 parts are the ones used on the 300Beast board. These parts are about 5 years old and are updated from an older version of Eagle.

The 6U8 part is even older and was used in a KT-88 amp.

These library parts are a work in progress, they have evolved over time, and will continue to evolve. I know that they will be of use to Tubeheads that use Eagle, however, I make no guarantees. Use at your own risk
Thanks for sharing!

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