Printed Circuit Board Design Blind Hole Plate Carbon Ink High - Tg FR4
Printed Circuit Board Design Description:
1. PCB design type: High-Speed, Analog, Digital-analog Hybrid, High Density/Voltage/Power, RF, Backplane, ATE, Soft Board, Rigid-Flex Board, Aluminum Board, etc.
2. Design tools: Allegro, Pads, Mentor Expedition.
Printed Circuit Board Design Parameters:
|Copper Thickness||0.3-12 oz|
|Min Mechanical Hole||0.1mm|
|Min Laser Hole||0.075mm|
|Max Aspect Ratio||20:01|
|Max Board Size||650mm*1130mm|
|Min Outline Tolerance||±0.1mm|
|Min PP Thickness||0.06mm|
|Materials||FR4,High-Tg FR4,Rogers, Nelco,RCC,PTFE, M4, M6,TU862,TU872|
|Surface Finished||HASL, HASL Pb Free Immersion Gold/Tin/Silver Osp, Immersion Gold+OSP|
|Special Capability||Gold Finger Plating, Peelable, Carbon ink|
Printed Circuit Board Design Introduction:
1. High density possible
Over the years, the high density of printed boards has been able to develop correspondingly with the improvement of integrated circuit integration and the advancement of mounting technology.
2. High reliability
Through a series of technical means such as inspection, testing, and aging tests, the PCB can be guaranteed to work reliably for a long time (usually 20 years).
Requirements for various properties of PCB (electrical, physical, chemical, mechanical, etc.) can be achieved through design standardization, normalization, etc. In this way, the design time is short and the efficiency is high.
PCB adopts modern management, which can realize standardization, scale (quantization), and automatic production, so as to ensure the consistency of product quality.
A relatively complete test method and test standard have been established, and the qualification and service life of PCB products can be detected and identified through various test equipment and instruments.
PCB products not only facilitate the standardized assembly of various components but also enable automated and large-scale mass production. In addition, the overall assembly of the PCB and various other components can also form larger components, systems, and even complete machines.