|No Of Layers::||6 Layer||Material::||FR4 TG>170|
|PCB Thickness:||1.6 MM||Solder Mask Colour::||Blue Solder Mask|
|Surface Technics::||OSP||Min Trace:||4/4 MIL|
1.6 MM Thickness 6 Layer PCB,
Blue Solder Mask 6 Layer PCB,
pcb osp process
6 Layer PCB OSP Treatment Blue Solder Mask 1.6 MM Thickness
Printed Circuit Board Features:
1 6 Layer printed circuit board used in industrial control
2 FR4 substrate material, tg 170 degree.
3 Black solder mask and white silkscreen.
4 OSP surface treatment.
5 Finished pcb thickness 1.6mm.
6 35 um copper thcikness on each layer.
7 PCB file or gerber file should be offered by customer.
8 Customized printed circuit board.
Q1: What is Lead-Free (RoHS) Soldering?
A1: The soldering process which uses a lead-free solder material is called RoHS or Lead-free Soldering. Lead (Pb) based elements are Mercury, Cadmium, Hexavalent Chromium, Polybrominated Biphenyls, and Polybrominated Diphenyl Ether. Over time these materials can form toxic substances which can threaten human life and the environment.
To avoid the use of Lead (Pb) based soldering materials, the European Union created a directive called RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) which restricts the use of electronics which use lead-based solder materials.
We are using more and more electronic devices every day. All these devices have components which are connected to a PCB using solder. Lead (Pb) is a dangerous material and it takes very long to decompose. So it is best to try and avoid the use of this material in our daily lives. As a result, most components are soldered on to PCBs using Lead-Free ROHS solder.
However, lead-free solder does have some disadvantages compared to non-RoHS Soldering:
However, in spite of these issues, RoHS solder has now become a standard as non-RoHS solder is very harmful.