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Introducing our newly shipped 2-layer rigid PCB, it can meet electrical needs and built with the highest quality materials for optimal performance.
Constructed with TLX-8 PTFE Glass and processed with a lead-free method, this PCB is built to withstand a wide range of temperatures, from -40℃ to +85℃, ensuring reliable operation in various environments.
The stackup of this PCB includes finished copper layers of 35um on both top and bottom, with a TLX-8 dielectric of 60 mil (1.524mm) thickness in the middle. The board dimensions measure at 137mm x 70mm for 1PCS, with a tolerance of +/- 0.15mm.
With a minimum trace/space of 8/7 mils and a minimum hole size of 0.4mm, this PCB is built to provide high-density and precise routing capabilities. Additionally, it comes with no blind or buried vias, ensuring a straightforward and efficient assembly process.
The finished board thickness is 1.6mm, with a finished copper weight of 1 oz (1.4 mils) on all layers and a via plating thickness of 1 mil. The surface finish of this PCB uses Hot Air Soldering Level (HASL), providing a reliable and cost-effective solution.
This PCB features no top or bottom silkscreen or solder mask, with no silkscreen on solder pads, making it an ideal choice for those who prefer a simple and minimalistic design. The 100% electrical test used ensures the quality and reliability of each PCB.
With 77 components and 123 total pads, including 92 thru-hole pads and 31 top SMT pads, this PCB offers enough space for your components and a high level of flexibility in your design. It also includes 112 vias and 12 nets, providing a comprehensive and reliable solution for your electrical needs.
This PCB uses Gerber RS-274-X as the type of artwork supplied and is built to IPC-Class-2 standard, ensuring high-quality and consistent manufacturing. Our service area covers worldwide, providing you with a reliable and accessible solution for your PCB needs.
|DK @10 GHz||IPC-650 184.108.40.206||2.55||2.55|
|Df @1.9 GHz||IPC-650 220.127.116.11.1||0.0012||0.0012|
|Df @10 GHz||IPC-650 18.104.22.168.1||0.0017||0.0017|
|Dielectric Breakdown||IPC-650 2.5.6||kV||>45||kV||>45|
|Moisture Absorption||IPC-650 22.214.171.124||%||0.02||%||0.02|
|Flexural Strength(MD)||ASTM D 709||psi||28,900||N/mm2|
|Flexural Strength(CD)||ASTM D 709||psi||20,600||N/mm2|
|Tensile Strength(MD)||ASTM D 902||psi||35,600||N/mm2|
|Tensile Strength(CD)||ASTM D 902||psi||27,500||N/mm2|
|Elongation at Break(MD)||ASTM D 902||%||3.94||%||3.94|
|Elongation at Break(CD)||ASTM D 902||%||3.92||%||3.92|
|Young's Modulus(MD)||ASTM D 902||kpsi||980||N/mm2|
|Young's Modulus(CD)||ASTM D 902||kpsi||1,200||N/mm2|
|Young's Modulus(MD)||ASTM D 3039||kpsi||1,630||N/mm2|
|Poisson's Ratio||ASTM D 3039||0.135||N/mm|
|Peel Stength(1 oz.ed)||IPC-650 2.4.8 Sec.5.2.2(Thermal Stress.)||Ibs./linear inch||15||N/mm|
|Peel Stength(1 oz.RTF)||IPC-650 2.4.8 Sec.5.2.2(Thermal Stress.)||Ibs./linear inch||17||N/mm|
|Peel Stength(½ oz.ed)||IPC-650 126.96.36.199(Elevated Temp.)||Ibs./linear inch||14||N/mm|
|Peel Stength(½ oz.ed)||IPC-650 2.4.8 Sec.5.2.2(Thermal Stress.)||Ibs./linear inch||11||N/mm|
|Peel Stength(1 oz.rolled)||IPC-650 2.4.8 Sec.5.2.2(Thermal Stress.)||Ibs./linear inch||13||N/mm||2.1|
|Thermal Conductivity||ASTM F433/ASTM 1530-06||W/M*K||0.19||W/M*K||0.19|
|Dimensional Stability(MD)||IPC-650 2.4.39 Sec.5.5(After Bake.)||mils/in.||0.06||mm/M|
|Dimensional Stability(CD)||IPC-650 2.4.39 Sec.5.4(After Bake.)||mils/in.||0.08||mm/M|
|Dimensional Stability(MD)||IPC-650 2.4.39 Sec.5.5(Thermal Stress.)||mils/in.||0.09||mm/M|
|Dimensional Stability(CD)||IPC-650 2.4.39 Sec.5.5(Thermal Stress.)||mils/in.||0.1||mm/M|
|Surface Resistivity||IPC-650 188.8.131.52 Sec.5.2.1(Elevated Temp.)||Mohm||6.605 x 108||Mohm||6.605 x 108|
|Surface Resistivity||IPC-650 184.108.40.206 Sec.5.2.1(Humidity Cond.)||Mohm||3.550 x 106||Mohm||3.550 x 106|
|Volume Resistivity||IPC-650 220.127.116.11 Sec.5.2.1(Elevated Temp.)||Mohm/cm||1.110 x 1010||Mohm/cm||1.110 x 1010|
|Volume Resistivity||IPC-650 18.104.22.168 Sec.5.2.1(Humidity Cond.)||Mohm/cm||1.046 x 1010||Mohm/cm||1.046 x 1010|
|CTE(X axis)(25-260℃)||IPC-650 2.4.41/ASTM D 3386||ppm/℃||21||ppm/℃||21|
|CTE(Y axis)(25-260℃)||IPC-650 2.4.41/ASTM D 3386||ppm/℃||23||ppm/℃||23|
|CTE(Z axis)(25-260℃)||IPC-650 2.4.41/ASTM D 3386||ppm/℃||215||ppm/℃||215|
|Density(Specific Gravity)||ASTM D 792||g/cm3||2.25||g/cm3||2.25|
|Td(2% Weight Loss)||IPC-650 22.214.171.124(TGA)||℃||535||℃|
|Td(5% Weight Loss)||IPC-650 126.96.36.199(TGA)||℃||553||℃|
Why TLX-8 PTFE Glass is the Ideal Material for High-Frequency and High-Temperature PCBs
Printed circuit boards (PCBs) are essential components in modern technology, and selecting the right material for them is crucial. One material that has been gaining popularity in recent years is TLX-8 PTFE Glass. In this article, we will explore the properties, benefits, and applications of TLX-8 PTFE Glass in PCBs.
TLX-8 PTFE Glass is a PCB material composed of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) and woven glass. It has several unique properties that make it an excellent choice for high-frequency and high-performance PCBs. For instance, it boasts a low dielectric constant of 2.55 at 10 GHz, which minimizes signal loss and improves signal propagation. It also has a low moisture absorption rate of 0.02%, making it stable in humid environments. Additionally, TLX-8 PTFE Glass has superior mechanical properties, including high flexural and tensile strength, a low coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE), high peel strength, and thermal conductivity. It also has a flammability rating of V-0.
The use of TLX-8 PTFE Glass in PCBs offers several advantages. Firstly, it provides optimal thermal management due to its low CTE and high thermal conductivity. This makes it an ideal choice for high-temperature applications. Secondly, it has high-density and precise routing capabilities, allowing for more complex and compact PCB designs. Thirdly, its minimalistic design, with no silkscreen or solder mask, makes it a cost-effective solution. Finally, TLX-8 PTFE Glass has a high resistance to chemicals and solvents, ensuring the durability and longevity of the PCB.
When compared to other PCB materials such as FR-4 or Rogers, TLX-8 PTFE Glass has several advantages. Its low dielectric constant and minimal moisture absorption make it an excellent choice for high-frequency applications. Additionally, it has superior mechanical properties, with higher flexural and tensile strength than FR-4 or Rogers. TLX-8 PTFE Glass also has a lower CTE than FR-4, making it more suitable for high-temperature applications.
TLX-8 PTFE Glass has a wide range of applications in industries that require high-frequency and high-performance PCBs. These industries include aerospace and defense, telecommunications, medical devices, and automotive. The manufacturing process of TLX-8 PTFE Glass PCBs is similar to that of other PCBs, but specific handling and processing techniques are necessary due to the material's unique properties.
To ensure the performance and reliability of TLX-8 PTFE Glass PCBs, they undergo rigorous testing and quality control. These tests include checking the dielectric constant, moisture absorption, flexural and tensile strength, and thermal stability. The peel strength and flammability rating are also tested to ensure safety and durability.
TLX-8 PTFE Glass PCBs are becoming increasingly popular in the market due to their superior performance and reliability. They are available globally and can be customized to meet specific design requirements. TLX-8 PTFE Glass PCBs are also cost-effective compared to other high-performance PCB materials, making them an attractive option for manufacturers.
In conclusion, TLX-8 PTFE Glass is a high-performance PCB material that offers several advantages over other materials. Its unique properties make it ideal for high-frequency and high-temperature applications, where signal integrity and optimal thermal management are critical. As technology advances, the demand for high-performance PCBs will increase, and TLX-8 PTFE Glass is poised to be a key player in the future of PCBs. With its superior performance and reliability, TLX-8 PTFE Glass is a material worth considering for your next PCB project.
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