Aluminium pcb max temperature

The maximum temperature for an aluminium PCB depends on the specific material and design of the PCB.

Generally, aluminium PCBs can withstand temperatures up to 150-200°C.

However, it is important to consult the manufacturer’s specifications and guidelines for the specific PCB to determine the maximum temperature limit. Exceeding the maximum temperature limit can cause damage to the PCB and potentially compromise its performance and reliability.


How to test the maximum temperature of aluminum substrate

To test the maximum temperature of an aluminum substrate PCB, you can follow these steps:

1. Obtain a temperature sensor or thermometer that is capable of measuring temperatures up to the maximum temperature limit of the PCB.

2. Place the temperature sensor on the surface of the aluminum substrate PCB.

3. Apply heat to the PCB gradually, either through a heating element or by placing the PCB in an oven.

4. Monitor the temperature readings from the sensor as the temperature increases.

5. Once the temperature reaches the maximum temperature limit of the PCB,

continue to monitor the temperature for a few minutes to ensure that the PCB can withstand the temperature without any damage.

6. If the PCB shows signs of damage or malfunction during the test,

stop the test immediately and consult the manufacturer’s specifications and guidelines.

7. Record the maximum temperature reached during the test for future reference.

It is important to note that the testing process should be conducted in a controlled environment with appropriate safety measures in place to prevent injury or damage to equipment.


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