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High-precision control of printed circuits and displays

High-precision control of printed circuits and displays
Printed electronic transistor circuits and displays in which the colour of individual pixels can be changed are two of many applications of research at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics, Linköping University. New groundbreaking results on these topics have been published in Science Advances. The researchers in organic electronics have a favourite material to work with: the conducting polymer PEDOT:PSS, which conducts both electrons and ions.
5th July 2017

Swage mount PCB pins suit interconnect applications

Swage mount PCB pins suit interconnect applications
Mill-Max has added to its diverse mix of swage mount PCB pins with six new offerings designed for interconnect applications. These swage mount terminals are designed to be mechanically fastened to a board or panel and plugged into sockets or soldered into mating boards in board stacking and other interconnect configurations. Swage pins are often thought of as wire-to-board soldering terminals and test points or as hardware such as PCB standoffs, but they are also an excellent choice for board-to-board interconnects.
19th June 2017

UV/Visible light cure maskant introduced for electronics

UV/Visible light cure maskant introduced for electronics
Intertronics have introduced the new DYMAX Speedmask 9-7001, which offers significant time saving in assembly of electronics connectors and other board level components to PCBs. Once cured in seconds with UV/visible light, the (pink) maskant enables easy visual checks, while its low shrinkage rate ensures accurate reliable coverage.
19th June 2017


Motherboard designed with Intel Core Processors

Motherboard designed with Intel Core Processors
  IBASE has announced the MB991 Micro ATX motherboard designed based on the Intel Q170 chipset to support the Intel Xeon E3 family, 7th and 6th Generation Intel Core, Intel Pentium and Celeron QC/DC processors manufactured on the 14nm process.
16th June 2017

Custom spring probes designed for demanding requirements

Everett Charles Technologies (ECT) knows how to provide custom spring probes for just about every application.
15th June 2017

How many parts do you need for PCB assembly?

How many parts do you need for PCB assembly?
Surface mount assembly robots are amazing machines. The pick and place heads in the fastest, highest volume SMT machines travel so fast, that they are just short of supersonic. The placement logic takes into consideration the distortion and swing of the hardened steel head and nozzle, and deposits the component at just the right point in the deflection arc. That kind of speed demands precision. By Duane Benson
8th June 2017

Study highlights PCB technology changes expected by 2021

Study highlights PCB technology changes expected by 2021
A global study published this month by IPC – Association Connecting Electronics Industries, is now available. The survey-based study, PCB Technology Trends 2016, shows how printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturers are meeting today’s technology demands and looks at the changes expected by 2021 that will affect the whole industry.
17th May 2017

PCB inspection challenges solved using X-ray system

PCB inspection challenges solved using X-ray system
  Nikon Metrology has recently provided its high-precision, flat-panel based X-ray inspection system, XT V 160 to help Saline Lectronics inspect its most complex and challenging technical assemblies to a high standard.
17th May 2017

Stretchable electronics: everything you need to know

Stretchable electronics: everything you need to know
The term Stretchable Electronics conceals great diversity. Indeed, it is an umbrella term that refers to a whole host of emerging electronic materials, components and devices that exhibit some degree of mechanical stretchability. Stretchable electronics has been in the making for than a decade, but it up to now it has been mostly a solution looking for a problem.  Author: Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Research Director, IDTechEx
9th May 2017

Thin uModule regulator fits on the backside of PCB

The LTM4643 is a quad output step-down µModule (power module) regulator, configurable as a single output (12A), dual (6 and 6A or 9 and 3A), or quad (3A each) regulator in a 9x15x1.82mm ultrathin LGA package.
2nd May 2017


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