TG 180 PCB
High-TG PCB Advanced Circuits Specification
The glass transition temperature of PCB, referred to as "Tg", indicates the point at which the PCB material will begin to transform. If the operating temperature exceeds the designated Tg value, the board will begin to change from a solid to a liquid state, which is likely to have an adverse effect on its ability to function.
Standard PCB is manufactured with materials offering a TG value of 140°C, which can withstand an operating temperate of 110°C. While this may not be suitable for extreme-temperature processes that are commonplace in applications such as automotive, industrial or high-temperature electronics. In these situations, a PCB made from FR-4 material can often provide the best solution.
Xing Da offers a wide selection of high-temperature PCB products manufacturing services either with FR-4 or other high-quality heat- and temperature-resistant Tg materials. We are able to perform high-temperature PCB fabrication for automotive, industry and high-temperature electronics applications. We can manufacture High-Tg PCBs with a Tg value of up to 180°C. Following table lists some of our commonly used materials for High-Tg PCBs production.
Servers and Networking
Heavy Copper Application
Advanced High Tg Resin Technology
Industrial standard material with high Tg (175℃ by DSC) multifunctional epoxy resin and excellent thermal reliability.
Lead-Free Assembly Compatible
RoHS compliant and suitable for high thermal reliability needs, and Lead free assemblies with a maximum reflow temperature of 260℃.
Friendly Processing and CAF Resistance
Friendly PCB process like high Tg FR4. Users can short the learning curve when using this material.
Low thermal expansion coefficient (CTE) helps to excellent thermal reliability and CAF resistance providing long-term reliability for industrial boards and automobile application.
Available in Variety of Constructions
Available in a various of constructions, copper weights and glass styles, including standard(HTE), RTF and VLP copper foil.