Printed circuit boards are used in automotive applications, and they have played a key role in enriching, and enhancing driving experiences. All internal components and communication systems used in the automobiles are driven by PCBs. Owing to the tough work environments, the PCBs for automotive industry should be designed such that they withstand rigors of harsh working environments. EastwinPCBA manufactures automotive printed circuit boards, which can survive rigors of automotive world. We can provide PCBs for various automotive systems such as stereos, LED applications, etc.
EastwinPCBA Automotive PCB Offerings
We provide the following types of PCBs to our clients in the automotive sector:
Benefits of Automotive PCBs provided by EastwinPCBA
The following are some of the benefits of automotive PCBs provided:
- Excellent Performance in Harsh Conditions: Our PCBs are made from high temperature laminates, as well as aluminum, and copper substrates, which are proven to perform well in harsh conditions. Also, these materials can resist temperature, vibrations, moisture, etc.
- Minimal Production Errors: We use automated equipment that helps minimize manufacturing errors in the PCBs. Also, our PCBs have helped reduce complex wiring issues in automobiles.
- Minimal Electronic Noise: Our PCBs are designed to minimize electronic noise in the circuits to which they are integrated. These PCBs are tested to minimize electromagnetic interference, current paths, and radiations.
Automotive Applications That Use EastwinPCBA’s PCBs
The following are some automotive applications that make use of Twisted Traces PCBs:
- Power Relays
- Transmission Sensors
- On Board Radars
- DC/AC Power Converters
- Engine Timing Systems
- Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
- LED Brake Lights
- Navigation Equipment
- Power Relays
- Radar and Radio Systems
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Surface Finishes for Automotive PCBs
PCBs meant for automotive applications are generally coated using any of the four finishes listed below. Each finish has its own advantages and disadvantages.
Hot Air Solder Level (HASL)
Advantages – Can be easily applied, good bond strength, long shelf life, can be easily reworked, allow easy visual inspection, and low cost.
Disadvantages – Contains lead, bridging problems on fine pitch assemblies, and uneven surfaces.
Advantages – 6 -12 months shelf life, excellent solderability, short and easy process cycle, inexpensive, and can be reapplied and reworked easily.
Disadvantages – Sensitive to electrical test and high friction coefficient.
Electroless Nickel/Immersion Gold (ENIG)
Advantages – Good for PTH (Plated Through Holes), consistent thickness, solders easily, good contact resistance, flat and planar surface.
Disadvantages – Difficult to rework on, and complicated to apply.
Organic Solderability Preservative – (OSP)
Advantages – Cost effective and simple process, well suited to tight-pitch pads, good solder mask integrity, doesn’t affect final hole size.
Disadvantages – Thickness cannot be measured precisely, not a good option for plated through hole, short shelf life, requires relatively aggressive flux at assembly, difficult to inspect, and sensitive to handling.
At EastwinPCBA, we employ best PCB manufacturing equipment, and quality testing to fulfill our commitment of providing only the best products. All our automotive PCBs are valued for their long-term performance. We provide large and small volume production, as well as prototyping PCB services. To know more about the value-effective automotive PCBs, please contact us at the earliest.