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|70.18 X 40.28mm
Flexible Printed Circuit (FPC) Flexible PCB On Polyimide With Black Solder Mask
(Flexible printed circuits are custom-made products, the picture and parameters shown are just for reference)
This is a type of flexible printed circuit for the application of PLC Programing It’s a 4 layer FPC at 0.3mm thick. The base laminate is from Shengyi. It’s fabricated per IPC 6012 Class 2 using supplied Gerber data. Polyimide stiffener is applied on the inserting part.
Parameter and data sheet
|Size of Flexible PCB
|70.18 X 40.28mm
|Number of Layers
|Board Material Supplier
|Tg Value of Board Material
|PTH Cu thickness
|Inner Iayer Cu thicknes
|Surface Cu thickness
|Number of Coverlay
|Thickness of Coverlay
|Type of Silkscreen Ink
|Supplier of Silkscreen
|Color of Silkscreen
|Number of Silkscreen
|Peeling test of Coverlay
|3M 90℃ No peeling after Min. 3 times test
|Thickness of Nickle/Gold
|Au: 0.03µm(Min.); Ni 2-4µm
|Thermal Shock Test
|Pass, -25℃±125℃, 1000 cycles.
|Pass, 300±5℃,10 seconds, 3 cycles. No delamination, no blistering.
|100% Pass electrical test
|Compliance with IPC-A-600H & IPC-6013C Class 2
Features and benefits
Reducing the volume
Consistency of assembly
The end can be whole soldered
Continuity of processing
Focus on low to medium volume production
Make delivery on time. We keep higher than 98% on-time-delivery rate.
Keypad FPC, FFC for industrial control equipment, consumer game consoles
Covercoat / Solder Mask
Solder mask in flexible PCB is different from rigid board, it is usually a polyimide film coated on one side with a semi-cured and non-tacky adhesive, we call it covercoat in flexible circuit. It is laminated to the flexible circuit under heat and pressure, so that the copper pattern is fully encapsulated except for the solder pads that are exposed through access holes in the covercoat.
The covercoat production sheet should be cut slightly smaller than the flexible circuit production sheet to avoid premature edge sealing, which could trap air bubbles in the package.
The production sheet for the covercoat is provided with tooling holes in close register with the tooling holes in the production sheet for the flexible circuit. The access holes are usually drilled, but in the case of high-volume production, punching is more cost-effective.
In principle, drilling of the covercoat is accomplished in the same way as when drilling rigid boards, i.e., a number of covercoat sheets are stacked, either 5-up or 10-up. The drilling parameters, however, are somewhat different, because of the polyimide material and the absence of copper foil, which otherwise could have removed some of the heat from the holes being drilled.
When drilling/punching large covercoat production sheets, it is necessary to compensate for the dimensional changes of the flexible circuit production sheet, which can amount to as much as 0.2%.
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