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Type: OEM PCBA Copper Thickness: 1 Oz
Supplier Type: OEM Product Name: GT PCB&PCBA OEM Service
Layer Count: 1 To 28 Layers Application: Communications, Automobile, Consumer Electronics

Product Description

PCBA Prototype Assembly Electric Air Fryer Control Board for Household.


Description Capability


One Stop OEM services provided


Punching, Routing, V-CUT, Beveling

Surface finishing

HASL / HASL lead free, Immersion Silver/Gold, OSP, Gold plating

Material type

FR-4, CEM-1, CEM-3, High TG, FR4 Halogen Free, Rogers

Layer count

1 to 28 layers


PCBA prototype assembly for an electric air fryer control board for household use involves the production of a functional prototype circuit board that controls the operation of an electric air fryer. Here's a description of the key aspects of the PCBA prototype assembly process for an electric air fryer control board:


PCB Design: The prototype assembly process begins with the design of the control board PCB. The design includes the layout and placement of components, routing of signal traces, power management, temperature control, user interface features, and safety mechanisms specific to the electric air fryer.


Component Selection: The selection of components is a crucial step in the prototype assembly process. The manufacturer chooses suitable electronic components such as micro controllers, sensors, power management ICs, capacitors, resistors, connectors, and other necessary parts. The components selected should meet the specifications and requirements of the electric air fryer control board.


PCB Manufacturing: The prototype PCB is manufactured based on the design specifications. The manufacturing process involves printing the PCB design onto a copper-clad board, etching to remove excess copper, drilling holes for component placement, and applying solder mask and silkscreen layers. The PCB manufacturer ensures that the prototype board matches the design accurately.


Surface Mount Technology (SMT) Assembly: The assembly of surface-mount components onto the prototype PCB is typically done using automated SMT assembly techniques. Specialized pick-and-place machines accurately position the components onto the PCB, and solder paste is applied to create strong electrical connections. The PCB is then passed through a reflow oven, where the solder paste melts and forms reliable solder joints.


Through-Hole Assembly: If the prototype PCB requires through-hole components, they are manually or automatically soldered onto the PCB. Through-hole components may include connectors, larger capacitors, and other parts that cannot be mounted using SMT techniques.

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