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  • The Basics of PCBs
    In today's world, there is a good chance you have heard the term PCB, but many do not realize just what these are or what their purpose is.
  • What is a PCB Connector?
    A ‘PCB†TM or Printed Circuit Board connects electrical components on a conductive track or between pads on the board. Some devices hold more than one PCB and will utilise a variety of equipment to build a connection between the boards. PCB connectors are mounted on the PCB and are typically
  • Choosing the Right PCB Pins
    This articles discusses major challenges that go along with PCB connector pins and how they can be solved with the right technology.
  • High-Speed Materials for PCBs
    Learn the properties of PCB materials and how to determine which one will provide the best performance at high frequencies
  • Engineering Solutions for the PCB Industry
    Technical Devices Company serves the printed. circuit board (PCB) industry, manufacturing. machines which solder circuit boards; specialized. circuit board cleaning machines to remove chemical. residue, and de-ionizing units. The company, based. in Torrance, California, has served an international
  • Types of PCB Terminal Blocks
    PCB terminal blocks are modular, insulated devices that mount on printed circuit boards (PCBs) and secure two or more wires together. Terminal blocks are used to secure and/or terminate wires and, in their simplest form, consist of several individual terminals arranged in a long strip. Terminals
  • PCB Reliability: Via Design
    When considering the long term reliability of a PCB, you must take into account the vias that you have on your board. While an invaluable and essential part of board design, vias introduce weaknesses and affect solderability. This article will discuss PCB reliability through vias, the potential
  • Temperature Measurement of PCBs
    High quality PCBs with SMD components are repaired in rework stations. Hot air is used to remove any defective components and residual solder, to perform solder paste printing and to solder new components into place. The repair process starts automatically when the PCB reaches a specific surface

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