PCBA proofing patch overview
- 2020-06-24-

PCBA proofing patch overview

Whenever we communicate or promote to domestic and foreign customersPCBA proofing patchAt that time, they were always confused and asked, what does PCBA proofing mean, what kind of function does it have, and what aspects of it are used in our lives? So today we will introduce in detail what is a PCBA proofing patch, what impact does it have on our lives, and how can we produce patch products that satisfy consumers?


PCBA is the abbreviation of Printed Circuit Board +Assembly in English, which means that the blank PCB board passes through the SMT assembly, and then passes through the entire process of DIP plug-in, referred to as PCBA. PCBA proofing patch refers to the electronic components required by the manufacturer to install the PCB on the PCB through SMT or plug-in processing after receiving the PCB. Generally, this electronic component includes materials such as IC and resistors. After they are heated at high temperature in the soldering furnace, a mechanical connection is formed between the components and the PCB board, thus forming a PCBA proofing patch. In fact, for the difference between PCB and PABC, in simple terms, PCB refers to a circuit board without components, while PCBA is a circuit board soldered with electronic components.

Nowadays, consumers have higher and higher requirements for the quality of PCBA proofing patches. The main reason is that in order to obtain high profits, in order to gain more consumer recognition, the quality requirements are becoming more and more stringent. . As the basis of electronic information products, the assembly of PCBA proofing patches is an important part of quality and reliability, so it needs to be controlled in outsourcing.

In addition, as a large-scale, high-density PCBA proofing patch, only by continuously developing new technologies, making more complex requirements and tighter packaging, can it ensure that its design and functions meet consumer requirements. These requirements are challenging the ability of PCBA proofing chip manufacturers to build and test these units. To be precise, larger circuit boards with smaller components and higher node counts are the future of chip proofing manufacturers.