6-layer laminated PCB
Line Width : 5MIL ;
Line Spacing : 5MIL ;
Drilling Diameter : =0.4mm ;
Surface Technology : Gold deposition, Gold plating, Tin spraying, OSP ;
Processing Size : 800 * 1200mm ;
Plate Thickness : 4mm ;
Processing Layers : 6 layers.
Two-layer PCB is copper plated on both sides, with an insulating layer in the middle, and components on both sides of the board, which is why it is also known as a double-sided PCB. much like a one-layer PCB, but with an inverted mirror image of the lower half. With a two-layer PCB, the dielectric layer is thicker than with a single layer. In addition, the dielectric is laminated with copper on both the top and bottom sides. In addition, the top and bottom of the laminate are covered with solder mask.
An illustration of a two-layer PCB usually looks like a three-layer sandwich with a thick gray layer in the middle representing the dielectric, brown stripes on the top and bottom representing the copper, and thin green stripes on the top and bottom representing the solder mask.
A) Advantages of Double Layer PCB:
- a. Flexibility of design makes it suitable for a wide range of equipment.
- b, Low-cost structure, which makes it convenient for mass production.
- c, Simple design, greatly reducing labor costs, more intelligent.
- d, Small size, reduce the size of the product volume size, suitable for a variety of equipment.
Design stage of double layer (aka double sided) PCB. traces are routed on top (red) and bottom (blue).
B) Dual Layer PCB Applications for Products:
Dual layer PCB are suitable for a wide range of simple and more complex electronic devices. Including:
- a, HVAC units, various brands of residential heating and cooling systems include double-layer printed circuit boards.
- b, Amplifiers, two-layer PCB are equipped with amplifier units used by many musicians.
Printers, a variety of computer peripherals rely on two-layer PCB.
B. Four-layer PCB
A four-layer PCB is a printed circuit board with four conductive layers: a top layer, two inner layers, and a bottom layer. Both inner layers are the core and are typically used as power or ground planes, while the top and bottom outer layers are used to place components and route signals.
The outer layer is usually covered with a solder mask with exposed pads to provide placement points to connect surface mount devices and through-hole components. Through-holes are typically used to provide connections between the four layers, forming a board when they are laminated together.
The Following is A Breakdown of These Layers:
Layer 1: The bottom layer, usually made of copper. It serves as the foundation for the entire board and provides support for the other layers.
Layer 2: The power supply layer. It is so named because it provides a clean and stable power source for all the components on the board.
Layer 3: The ground plane layer, which acts as a ground source for all components on the board.
Layer 4: The top layer is used to route signals and provide connection points for components.
This is the standard four-layer PCB stack arrangement, but can be switched depending on the design specification and the layer with the most signals.
A) Advantages of Four-layer PCB:
- a, Durability - Four-layer PCBs are more robust than one- and two-layer boards.
- b, Compact size-The small design of a four-layer PCB can fit a variety of devices.
- c, Flexibility-Four-layer PCBs can work in many types of electronic devices, both simple and complex.
- d, Safety-The four-layer PCB can shield against electromagnetic interference by properly aligning the power and ground layers.
- e, Lightweight-Devices equipped with quad-layer PCBs require less internal wiring and are therefore typically lighter in weight.
B) Products With Four-layer PCB Applications:
- a, Satellite systems-Multi-level PCBs have been equipped for satellites in orbit.
- b, handheld devices - cell phones and tablet computers are usually equipped with four-layer PCB.
- c, space exploration equipment-Multilayer PCBs power space exploration equipment.
C. Six-layer PCB
A six-layer PCB is essentially a four-layer board with two additional signal layers added between planes. A standard six-layer PCB stack consists of four wiring layers (two outer and two inner) and two internal planes (one for ground and the other for power).
Six-layer PCB stacks can be arranged in a variety of ways, but the number of power, signal, and ground layers used depends on the application requirements. A standard six-layer PCB stack consists of: top layer - prepreg - internal ground plane - core - internal wiring plane - prepreg - internal wiring plane - core - internal power plane - prepreg - bottom layer.
A) Advantages of Six-layer PCB:
- a, Strength - Six-layer PCBs are thicker than their thinner-layer predecessors and are therefore stronger.
- b, Compactness - A board of this thickness with six layers has greater technical capacity and hence can consume less width.
- c, high capacity - six or more layers of PCB for electronic equipment to provide optimal power, and greatly reduce the possibility of crosstalk and electromagnetic interference.
B) Six-layer PCB Application Products
- a, computer - six-layer PCB to help promote the rapid development of personal computers, these computers have become more compact, lighter and faster.
- b, data storage - six-layer PCB high-capacity data storage devices in the past decade has become increasingly rich.
- c, fire alarm systems - the use of six or more layers of circuit boards, alarm systems in the discovery of real danger at the moment to become more accurate.