8 Layer SSD Solid State PCB , 22MMx80MM Hard Drive Circuit Board

Basic Information
Place of Origin: China
Certification: UL
Model Number: SSDPCB00010
Minimum Order Quantity: 1pcs/lot
Price: negotiable
Packaging Details: Vacuum package in bubble wrap
Delivery Time: 15 working days
Payment Terms: T/T
Supply Ability: 1kkpcs/month
Detail Information
Layer Count: 8 Layer Material: FR4 TG150
Board Thickness: 0.9 MM Surface Treatment: ENIG 1.5U'
Drawing Size: 20MM*80MM Min Hole: 0.2MM
High Light:

FR4 TG150 Solid State PCB


22MMx80MM Hard Drive Circuit Board


0.9MM Hard Drive Circuit Board

Product Description

SSD PCB Solid State Drive Printed Circuit Board



PCB Specifications: 


Part NO: SSDPCB00010

Layer Count: 8 Layer Printed Circuit Board

Finished Board Thickness: 0.9mm +/-0.05mm

Copper Thickness: 1/H/H/H/H//H/H1

Min Lind Space&Width: 3/3mil

Application Area: SSD(Solid State Drive)




Our Product Categories:


1 FR4 substrate PCB : 2 Layer Printed Circuit Board, 4 Layer PCB, 6 Layer PCB, 8 Layer PCB, 10 Layer PCB, 12 Layer PCB, 14 Layer PCB, 16 Layer PCB, 18 Layer PCB, 20 Layer PCB, 22 Layer PCB, 24 Layer PCB, HDI PCB, High frequency PCB.

2 Aluminum Substrate pcb: 1 Layer Aluminum PCB, 2 Layer Aluminum PCB, 4 Layer Aluminum PCB.

3 Flexible PCB: 1 Layer FPC, 2 Layer FPC, 4 Layer FPC, 6 Layer FPC

4 Rigid-Flex PCB: 2 Layer Rigid-Flex PCB, 4 Layer Rigid-Flex PCB, 6 Layer Rigid-Flex pcb, 8 Layer Rigid-Flex PCB, 10 Layer Rigid-Flex pcb

5 Ceramic substrate pcb: single Layer Ceramic pcb, 2 layer ceramic pcb






Q:Thermoset and Thermoplastic PCB Materials


8 Layer SSD Solid State PCB , 22MMx80MM Hard Drive Circuit Board 0


High-temperature processing comes into play during the manufacturing of the high-frequency PCB boards. It starts with the lamination of prepreg on the dielectric substrate followed by adding the circuit layer. Heat-processing is the primary source to combine all these layers together to form a well-defined board. Thermoplastic and Thermoset materials are generally used for the dielectric layers in PCBs or as adhesives in manufacturing circuit laminates. These materials have their own strengths and weaknesses.


A Thermoplastic material is also called thermo-softening plastic. It is a polymer, which converts to liquid when heated and attains a glassy hard state when cooled.


Characteristics of Thermoplastic Material

  • Processed at elevated temperatures
  • Originally, available in rigid/ hard form, but softens when the temperature increases towards its melting point.
  • These materials can be reinforced with fillers, such as woven glass or ceramic materials.
  • Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is one of the best-known thermoplastic material and it is often reinforced with some filler.
  • They provide good electrical performance, but require complex processing procedures.
  • Less electrical loss with less change in electrical performance over time.

Issues associated with Thermoplastic Material: Their processing is difficult due to their high CTE value.

Thermoset is also called thermosetting plastic. It is also a polymer material that is cured by applying heat (above 200 centigrade) through a chemical reaction. Before curing, this material is in liquid or malleable form.


Characteristics of Thermoset Material

  • Processed at elevated temperatures
  • They achieve their hard state due to a thermochemical reaction. Such a reaction hardens two components when they are mixed together.
  • Once hardened, they are harder than thermoplastic materials.
  • Their CTE value is close to the CTE value of Copper, which is suitable for standard processing procedures.
  • Prone to more electrical loss
  • These materials oxidized over time, result in changes of a PCB’s dielectric constant (Dk) and dissipation factor (Df), which is eventually responsible for PCB’s change in performance at RF/ microwave frequencies.

Issues associated with Thermoset Material

  • Once hardened through a thermochemical reaction, thermoset material cannot be re-melted back to their original state.
  • Their electrical performance is not good as compared to thermoplastics, but can be processed easily.

The characteristics of both thermoplastic and thermoset materials can be improved with the choice of accurate filler material. This choice of filler material greatly impacts their electrical performance levels.




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