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High -Tg PCB
When it comes to FR-4 high-TG PCBs, PCBCart has the experience and quality products you need for your industry. If you work with printed circuit boards that you will be subjecting to high temperatures, you need to be sure those PCBs can take the heat.
At PCBCart, our high-temperature PCB products can handle extreme PCB glass transition-temperature rates and retain their integrity, so you can use these high-TG FR-4 boards with confidence. We have a 99 percent plus customer satisfaction rate and are well known for our reliable, fast service as shown by our customer testimonials.
If you're not sure whether your particular operation requires FR-5 high-TG boards or how exactly a TG PCB works to protect your sensitive circuits during implementation, we're happy to tell you everything you need to know. Read on to gain a full understanding of just how a high-temperature PCB works and what it can do for you. Once you're satisfied that FR-4 high-TG boards are right for you, follow the steps at the bottom of this page to get free quote on high TG FR-4 boards from PCBCart today.
High-TG PCB Advanced Circuits Specification
The glass transition temperature of a printed circuit board, referred to as "Tg", indicates the point at which the PCB material will begin to transform. If the operating temperature exceeds the designated Tg value, the board will begin to change from a solid to a liquid state, which is likely to have an adverse effect on its ability to function.
Standard PCBs are manufactured with materials offering a TG value of 140°C, which can withstand an operating temperate of 110°C. While this may not be suitable for extreme-temperature processes that are commonplace in applications such as automotive, industrial or high-temperature electronics. In these situations, a PCB made from FR-4 material can often provide the best solution.
What Is FR-4?
FR-4 is a grade designation for flame-retardant fiberglass reinforced epoxy material. Thus, an FR-4 circuit board offers a much greater level of resistance to heat than a standard PCB. FR-4 circuit boards are divided into four classifications that are determined by the number of copper trace layers found in the material:
- • Single-sided
- • Double-sided
- • Four, six or 10 layers
- • More than 10 layers
Providing the Right High-Temperature PCB for Your Applications
PCBCart offers a wide selection of high-temperature PCB products manufacturing services either with FR-4 or other high-quality heat- and temperature-resistant Tg materials. We are able to perform high-temperature PCB fabrication for automotive, industry and high-temperature electronics applications. We can manufacture High-Tg PCBs with a Tg value of up to 180°C. Following table lists some of our commonly used materials for High-Tg PCBs production.
Regardless of the scope or complexity of your PCB application, we have the technical expertise to develop customized PC boards that meets your specific demands. Check our capabilities in here:
|Quality Grade||Standard IPC 2|
|Number of Layers||2 - 40layers|
|Order Quantity||1pc - 10000+pcs|
|Build Time||2days - 5weeks|
|Material||S1141 (FR4), S1000-2M (FR4), IT180, Rogers 4350B|
|Board Size||Min 6mm x 6mm | Max 500mm x 900mm|
|Board Thickness||0.4mm - 6.5mm|
|Copper Weight (Finished)||0.5oz - 2.0oz|
|Solder Mask Sides||As per the file|
|Solder Mask Color||Green, White, Blue, Black, Red, Yellow|
|Silkscreen Sides||As per the file|
|Silkscreen Color||White, Black, Yellow|
HASL - Hot Air Solder Leveling
Lead Free HASL - RoHS
ENIG - Electroless Nickle/Immersion Gold - RoHS
Immersion Silver - RoHS
Immersion Tin - RoHS
OSP - Organic Solderability Preservatives - RoHS
|Min Annular Ring||4mil|
|Min Drilling Hole Diameter||6mil|
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If your application requires a Tg value that is not listed in the above table, feel free to discuss a possible custom solution with our engineers at firstname.lastname@example.org.