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Rack & Test Equipment Stencils for Visio™

NOTE: These are included in the basic RF Stencils for Visio package.

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. These stencils are full-scale (1:1) for easy modification! Simply choose one of the included instruments and modify the front panel to match your instrument.

Built on the Visio grid to guarantee alignment. All components are original. This product has been tested with Visio versions 4.0 through 2002. Click here to see known issues (minor) and how to fix.

  • Only $15 for RF Components and Rack & Test Equipment and Tube Base Stencils.
  • Click here to order. Software will be sent via e-mail usually within a few hours of ordering.
  • Click here for EIA Tube Base 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.

Visio Stencils - o-scope
(O-Scope)
Visio Stencils - full-scale racks
Full-Scale Racks
Visio Stencils - spectrum analyzer
(Network Analyzer)
Visio Stencils - DMM
(DMM)

Blank Filler Panels
Visio Stencils - function generator
(Function Generator)

How to open these stencils in Visio 2010?
** Make certain that the Color Themes are set to "None" **

RF Cafe - Opening stencils in Visiso 2010

 

In Visio 2013, you will probably need to change the File Block Settings that have been added in 2013 for security purposes. Please see the Microsoft support page for detailed instructions on File Block Settings (it's easy to do).

Visio Stencils - racks & test equipment
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