Category: PCB

How to Choose the Right PCB Color for Your Project

At PCB Trace Technologies Inc., we manufacture various types of PCBs or Printed Circuit Boards with different colors, as required by our clients. Although it is common belief that color choice may not matter much for PCBs, that would not be the right assumption. The industry uses color for PCBs as a form of security, […]

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Understanding PCB Test Points

All circuit boards need to undergo some form of testing to determine the quality of the manufacturing process they have gone through. For this, the board must have specific elements that test probes can access. These elements are the test points, and it is essential that designers include them during the PCB design phase. Here, […]

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Role of PCBs in Electric Vehicles

As vehicles transition from being driven by mechanical power to being driven by electrical power, the electrical systems necessary for the vehicles bring several new challenges to manufacturers. Among them, the printed circuit board or the PCB is a critical component. According to PCB Trace Technologies Inc, on the PCB level, few of the challenges […]

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PCBs for the Internet of Things

The electronic industry also knows the Internet of Things or IoT as the fourth industrial revolution. According to PCB Trace Technologies Inc, since the beginning of the digital era, IoT has grown into one of the most significant movements. So much so that users feel its effects more deeply, not only within the frameworks of […]

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How a Heat Sink PCB Works

Regular printed circuit boards have a limited capacity for dissipating the heat that a hot component is generating when in operation. This is because the board typically has only thin and narrow copper tracks. Even when there are regions with large copper lands on the top surface, the mass of copper is not adequate to […]

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PCB Trace Technologies Inc. specializes in higher layer count PCBs, exotic materials, laser drill micro-vias, blind/buried vias, as well as conductive and non-conductive via fill.