PCBA is the core brain of an electronic device! What parts does it usually contain?

PCBA (Printed Circuit Board Assembly) is the most important part of electronic equipment, which contains all the electronic components and circuits.PCBA is the foundation of electronic equipment, different electronic equipment requires different PCBA design.

PCBA mainly includes the following parts:

  1. Printed circuit board (PCB): this is the basis of PCBA, it is a rigid substrate used to connect electronic components together. the PCB will have circuit graphics and connection holes so that the electronic components can be connected to the circuits.
  2. Components: these are the electronic components mounted on the PCB such as resistors, capacitors, inductors, diodes, transistors, etc. These are used to connect the electronic components to the circuit. They are connected to each other through the connection holes and circuit graphics on the PCB.
  3. Soldering materials: These are the soldering materials used to connect the components to the PCB, such as solder, flux, and so on.
  4. Accessories: These are the accessories used to fix the components or to strengthen the PCB, such as brackets, fixtures, etc.
  5. Electronic component connectors: These are connectors used to attach electronic components to the PCB, such as plugs, sockets, etc.

The manufacturing process of PCBA includes the following steps:

  1. Design: PCB design is first required to determine the location and size of circuit graphics and connection holes.
  2. Manufacturing: PCBs are then manufactured using the PCB manufacturing process.
  3. Component Selection and Procurement: Select the appropriate electronic components and procure them according to the design requirements.
  4. Soldering: Connect the electronic components to the PCB.
  5. Inspection and Testing: Check the quality of the PCBA and test it.
  6. Assembly: Mount the accessories and electronic component connectors onto the PCBA.
  7. Final Test: Conduct final test on the PCBA to make sure it functions properly.
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