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Archecircuit Double-sided PCB HASL for Industrial Control

Dimension: 142.00*173.00 mm
Number of layers: Double sided
Plate thickness: 1.6mm /2Oz
Plate: FR-4
Surface finish: HASL
Application: Industrial control

Layer Count1-32 Layers
MaterialFR-4 (Tg 135 / Tg140 / Tg155 / Tg170/ As you required)
Rogers / PTFE Teflon
Surface FinishingHASL/OSP/Immersion Gold(FR4)
Printed Wiring:Pattern Plating
Max. Dimension660×475mm
Min. Dimension5×5mm
Finished board thickness:0.2mm-3.0mm
Thickness Tolerance:
( Thickness≥1.0mm)
± 10%
Thickness Tolerance:
( Thickness<1.0mm)
± 0.1mm
Finished Outer Layer CopperDouble sided: 1 oz/2 oz/3 oz/4 oz
Multilayer: 1 oz/2 oz
Finished Inner Layer Copper0.5 oz/1 oz/2 oz
Drill Hole SizeDouble sided: 0.20mm – 6.30mm
Multilayer: 0.15mm-6.3mm
Drill Hole Size TolerancePad Hole: +0.13/-0.08mm
Pressure Welding Hole: ±0.05mm
Blind/Buried ViasDon’t support
Min. Via Hole Size/Diameter1 & 2 Layer: 0.3mm(Via hole size) / 0.5mm(Via diameter)
Multi-Layer: 0.15mm(Via hole size) / 0.25mm(Via diameter)
Via diameter should be 0.1mm(0.15mm preferred) larger than Via hole size
Preferred Min. Via hole size: 0.2mm
Min. Plated Slots0.35mm
Min. Non-Plated Slots0.65mm
Plated Half-holeHole Size: ≧0.15mm
Pad to Board Edge:≧1mm
Min. Size of Board: 10*10mm
Min. Trace width and spacing(1 oz) 0.075/0.075mm (3mil/3mil)
Min. Trace width and Spacing(2 oz)0.16/0.16mm (6.5mil/6.5mil)
Min. Trace width and Spacing(2.5 oz)0.20/0.20mm (8mil/8mil)
Min. Trace width and Spacing(3.5 oz)0.25/0.25mm (10mil/10mil)
Min. Trace width and Spacing(4.5 oz)0.30/0.30mm (12mil/12mil)
Trace Tolerance±20%
Pad to Track≧0.1mm (≧0.09mm BGA)
Min. Annular Ring (1 oz)Double sided: 0.25mm preffered (Limit 0.18mm)
Multilayer:      0.20mm preffered (Limit 0.15mm)
Min. Annular Ring (No copper)0.45mm
BGAPad diameter:≥0.25mm
Spacing between line to pad: ≥0.1mm
(Multilayer: ≥0.09mm)
Solder mask Colorgreen,purple, red, yellow, blue, white, and black.
Solder mask Opening/ Expansion0.05mm
Solder mask ink Thickness≧10um
Min. Solder Bridge WidthDouble sided: 0.10mm(green)
Multilayer:    0.08mm(green)
Min. Line Width≧0.15mm
Min. Text Height≧1mm
Pad To Silkscreen≧0.15mm
RoutingTrace to Outline: ≧0.3mm
Tolerance: ±0.2mm(Once) ±0.1mm(Twice)
V-CutTrace to Outline: ≧0.4mm
Tolerance: ±0.4mm (Board Thickness ≧0.6mm)

How Archecircuit PCBs work for Industrial Control System?


PCBs  are widely used in industrial control equipment, providing critical support for the functionality and performance of these devices. Here’s how PCBs are applied in industrial control equipment:

  1. Signal Processing and Data Acquisition: PCBs are used to process signals from various sensors and devices, including temperature sensors, pressure sensors, flow meters, position encoders, and more. These signals are essential for monitoring equipment status, environmental conditions, and production processes. Analog circuits on the PCB can convert these sensor signals into digital data for analysis and control.
  2. Control Logic: Microcontrollers or Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) on the PCB execute control algorithms to manage equipment operations. These algorithms may include feedback control, PID control, logic control, and state machines, ensuring that the equipment operates according to predetermined rules and instructions.
  3. Communication Interfaces: PCBs typically incorporate various communication interfaces such as Ethernet, Modbus, Profibus, CAN bus, and more for data exchange and communication between the equipment and other devices, computers, or monitoring systems.
  4. Power Management: Power distribution and voltage regulation circuits on the PCB are used to manage the electrical power required for the equipment, ensuring normal operation. This involves power switches, voltage regulators, and overvoltage protection circuits.
  5. Driving Motors and Actuators: Industrial control equipment often requires driving motors and actuators to perform specific movements or operations. PCBs feature motor drive circuits and actuator interfaces to control and drive these mechanical components.
  6. Safety and Monitoring: PCBs include safety circuits and monitoring functions to detect abnormal conditions and trigger emergency shutdown or alarms, ensuring the safety and reliability of the equipment.
  7. Environmental Adaptability: Industrial control equipment operates in various environmental conditions, so PCB design needs to consider factors such as temperature, humidity, and electromagnetic interference to ensure stable operation in harsh conditions.

The application of PCBs in industrial control equipment enables automation, monitoring, and data acquisition, leading to improved production efficiency, product quality, and equipment reliability. The design of these circuit boards needs to address specific application requirements, often requiring customized solutions to meet the needs of industrial control equipment.

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