What are PCBs?
A printed circuit board, or PCB, is a thin plate of insulating material used to support and connect electronic components. The term “printed circuit” refers to the fact that the electrical components are physically printed on the surface of the board. The boards are then typically sandwiched between layers of metal, which serve as conductors.
PCBs are found in most electronic devices and appliances–such as digital clocks, calculators, computer systems, cell phones, etc. In other words, they determine where the electricity will flow to power your device. Without PCBs, most electronics would not be able to function properly. As a result, PCBs must be carefully designed and manufactured to meet the demanding standards of the electronics industry.
PCB can be single-sided (one conductive layer), double-sided (two conductive layers on both sides of the board), or multi-layer (outer and inner conductive layers with one or more insulating layers in between). Some of the more commonly used pre-preg materials in the PCB industry are FR-2, FR-3, FR-4, FR5, FR -6, G10 CEM1, CEM 2, CEM 3, CEM 4, and CEM 5.
How PCB Boards Works?
PCBs are flat boards made up of insulating material, like fibreglass, that support and connect electronic components using conductive tracks or traces. The tracks on a PCB are very thin, so they need to be coated with a solder mask layer to protect them from being short-circuited by solder splatter during the soldering process.
To connect components using layers or vias, holes must be drilled through the board in the tracks. To finish, more holes are drilled around the periphery of the board so that components can then be soldered into place.
The solder mask is usually green and is made of copper-coated metal because it is an excellent conductor of electricity. After the solder mask is applied, the PCB is ready for the silkscreen printing process. This is where the white legends or labels are printed on the board to indicate where each component should be placed.
Once all of the components are in place, they are soldered onto the PCB. The soldering process connects the electrical components to the conductive tracks on the PCB, thus completing the circuit.
Afterwards, PCBs in India are used in various electronic devices, from simple circuits to complex computers. They are typically found in electrical devices, such as radios, televisions, telephones and calculators. More complex electronic devices, such as computers and control systems, often use multiple PCBs.
Industries We Serve
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Our state-of-the-art infrastructure facility is equipped with the latest machines and equipment that enable us to manufacture world-class products. We partner with leading PCB fabrication technology providers across the world to remain on the cutting edge of fabrication processes.
Our products are known for their high quality, precision, and durability. Our PLC-based auto-plating line ensures uniform copper distribution throughout the circuit, and a vertical double-side solder mask coating machine enables us to have both sides of the solder mask coated at one time.
Our glass-to-glass exposing offers high accuracy in solder masks, while our horizontal Hot Air Leveling machine helps to provide uniform levelling on SMT pads.
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