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Thursday, December 17, 2009

Metal Core PCB

Metal core printed circuit boards are used when thermal losses or output of the components needs to be managed, since the core aids in dispersing and acting as a heat sink.

In this kind of pcb, a piece or plate of metal is laminated inside the regular insulating substrate, where the tracks are etched and components soldered.

1 comment:

Electronic Assembly Service said...

Metal Core PCB's have high strength and dimensional stability, with easy processing characteristics, in particular they have excellent attributes controlling thermal management. It is suitable for use in solar panel manufacture where considerable amounts of heat are generated. Thanks a lot.

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