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Aluminum core is also called Metal Core PCB, it is the core object for PCBs.
It is infused from a technology developed to overcome the thermal limitations.
Most of these PCBs are made of Aluminum, Copper, and Steel Alloy.
The purpose is to forward the heat from the critical board components to the lesser critical areas.
Base materials of MPCB are the alternative to FR4 or CEM3 boards.
The metal core is far better than the FR4 boards and able to perform at high temperatures.
There is another type of metal-based PCB that is Insulated Metal Substrate PCB
That is effective for electrical isolation between the copper and metal core.
It uses a special dielectric specifically customized for high thermal conductivity.
Types of Material Core PCBs
Aluminum is the best material because of its excellent heat transferring compatibility and dissipation ability.
The Aluminum PCBs are cheaper whereas the copper is a bit expensive but offers superior performance.
On the other hand, stainless steel is robust compared to the other two materials.
Normal steel or stainless steel both are used in metal core PCBs and ensures better connectivity that lowers the thermal indulgence.
The base or core materials differ based on the construction of the applications.
Instead of traditional FR4 or CEM3 PCBs, MCPCBs have the ability for efficient dissipate heat away from the components.
It is achieved by utilizing a Thermally Conductive Dielectric Layer.
The only difference between the FR4 and metal core PCBs is the thermal conductivity dielectric material which has been used in MCPCBs.
While the temperature rises, the heat is conducted from the package through the metal core and passes towards the additional heat sink.