# How would you set a table inside a Circuitikz enviroment?

How do I insert a table into a circuit using CircuiTikz and using absolute coordinates?

I would like to know if there is a way to insert a table that is written with \tabular into the CircuiTikz enviroment.

The red circle is where I would like to instert the table:

I do not show you the code because is up to 240 lines.

• \node at (<x>,<y>) {\begin{tabular}{<cols>}<table>\end{tabular}};. – Skillmon Jan 5 '20 at 12:15
• A runnable M.W.E. of a part of that picture, say "7476", would be nice ;) – cis Jan 5 '20 at 16:46
• A node with a tabular is a very nice solution, like @skillmon has suggested; you can also use a TikZ matrix (remember, a circuitikz environment is a tikzpicture renamed...). – Rmano Jan 5 '20 at 18:45

\node at (<x>,<y>) {\begin{tabular}{<cols>}<table>\end{tabular}};