Aluminum trace pcb

Aluminum trace PCBs are commonly used in LED lighting applications,

where the high thermal conductivity of aluminum helps to dissipate heat generated by the LEDs.

The aluminum traces are typically created by a process called metal core PCB (MCPCB) fabrication,

where a layer of aluminum is bonded to a non-conductive substrate material,

such as fiberglass or ceramic.

The aluminum layer is then etched to create the desired circuit pattern.

Aluminum trace PCBs are also used in other high-power applications, such as power supplies and motor control circuits,

where the high thermal conductivity of aluminum is beneficial.

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what is aluminum trace pcb

Aluminum trace PCB is a type of printed circuit board (PCB) that uses aluminum as the conductive material for the traces.

The aluminum traces are created by a process called metal core PCB (MCPCB) fabrication,

where a layer of aluminum is bonded to a non-conductive substrate material, such as fiberglass or ceramic.

The aluminum layer is then etched to create the desired circuit pattern.

Aluminum trace PCBs are commonly used in high-power applications, such as LED lighting, power supplies, and motor control circuits,

where the high thermal conductivity of aluminum helps to dissipate heat generated by the components.

where is the aluminum trace pcb used ?

Aluminum trace PCBs are commonly used in high-power LED lighting applications, power supplies, and motor control circuits.

They are also used in automotive electronics, aerospace, and military applications due to their high thermal conductivity and durability.

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