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*Quantity: ?

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The PCB assembly quantity should be equal to or less than the PCB quantity.

*Size (single):
Assembly Side(s): Single Side Double Side
Stencil: ?

Provided free of charge.

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Chip number parameters

* Number of Unique Parts ?

The number of component types on each board (listed in the BOM)

Number of SMD Parts: ?

The total number of SMDs on each board (including fine pitch and leadless)

Number of BGA/QFP Parts?

The number of ICs with more than 16pins and SMD irregular parts with more than 10pins on each board. (SOP,QFP,QFN,BGA)

Number of Through-Hole Parts: ?

The total number of THT parts on each board (DIP NO.)

Additional Options

Depanel the boards to delivery:?

Sub-board shipment: The panelized PCB is divided into pieces and packaged separately to ship out after the assembly service.

Function test:?

Functional testing is done mainly to avoid assembly issues including shorts, opens, missing components or the installation of incorrect parts.Please note your functional test methods and detailed requirements if needed.

Conformal coating:?

Conformal Coating is a specially formulated coating used to protect PCBs, assembled boards or related equipment from environmental erosion. It has good high and low temperature resistance; After curing, it forms a transparent protective film, which has excellent insulation, moisture-proof, dust-proof, anti-corrosion, anti-aging and other properties.

Firmware loading:?

Get the assembled PCBs programmed to realize the required functions or program Test Jigs for function testing.

Cable Wire Harness Assembly:?

We can provide standard and simple wiring harness assembly, or custom wire harnesses assembly and cable assembly at shortest turnaround times. A cable assembly is a group of wires or cables covered by an exterior sleeve made from a variety of material. A wire harness is a single cable covered by an exterior sleeve.

Box Build Assembly:?

This service ranges from small enclosures where two plastic mouldings encase a PCB to larger more complex fabricated box build assembly. The box build is also known as systems integration, and the box build assembly refers to the whole assembly of the finished products. Box build assembly is a full process service from PCB manufacturing, parts procurement, PCB SMT, assembly, testing and package.

Press-fit connectors assembly?

Press-fit connectors assembly: Press-fit technology allows to avoid soldering when assembling PCB electronics. The press-fit connection is formed when a pin is pressed into a fitted, plated-through hole in a PCB.

X-ray Testing:?

We would test the first one, the middle one and the last by default for free.

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As used product No.:

Basic information

Base material: ?

FR4 is the most common arade dielectric material that is used in the fabrication of circu boards. Aluminum boards have better heat dissipation and thermal transfer than standard FR-4 constructions. The copper base boards have a great thermal conductivity better than aluminum PCB. Due to its characteristics of low dielectric loss, Rogers is often used in high-frequency PCB. If you need other materials, please contact your sales representative.

param picture Fr-4 param picture Aluminum param picture Rogers param picture HDI (Buried/Blind vias) param picture Copper
Different design in panel: ?

It means there are different designs in your files separated by v-cuts, stamp holes, milling slots or others. We willl charge additional panel cost if there are different kinds of PCB designs in one Gerber file.

Thermal conductivity: ?

Models of board material

1.0W/(m·k) 2.0W/(m·k)
Rogers: ?

Non-conductive base material

Rogers 4003C Rogers 4350B
Layers: ?

Number of copper layers.

1 2 4 6 8 10 12 14
Material type: ?

Non-conductive base material

TG135-140 TG150-160 TG170-180
Board type: ?

The finished PCB are by single or by panel

Single piece Panel by customer Panel by CyberPCB
Size(single): ?

the maxinum length and width of the PCB

Single Pcb Size
Quantity(panel): ?

Quantity of single or panelized boards needed for the order.

Panel type:
Edge rail: ?

Edge rails are installed along the edges of panel boards to facilitate easier fixation on assembly machines.

N/A Left & Right Top & Bottom All 4 sides
X-out panel: ?

If bad PCBs are found in the panel, the quotation will increase by approximately 10% unless X-out Allowance is accepted.

Accept Not accept example image
Panel cutting: ?

The separating way in the panel PCB. For PCB size is smaller than 80*80mm, we advise selecting tab-routing

None V-scoring Tab-routing V-scoring+Tab-routing example image Enlarge example image

PCB process information

PCB thickness: ?

The thickness of finished board.

0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0 1.2 1.6 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.2 example image
PCB thickness: ?

The thickness of finished board.

0.203 0.305 0.406 0.508 0.813 1.524 example image
Solder mask: ?

Color of the solder mask.

Green Red Yellow Blue White Matt black Black Purple Matt green param picture None
Silkscreen: ?

Color of the silkscreen

White Black Yellow param picture None
Surface finish: ?

The applied surface finish covering the exposed copper surface (solderable surfaces) of your PCB.

HASL with lead HASL lead free ENIG OSP Bare copper ENEPIG Immersion silver Immersion tin HASL lead free + Selective immersion gold
Thickness of immersion gold: 1U" 2U" 3U"
Thickness of ENEPIG: Ni:200U" Pd:1U" Au:1U" Ni:200U" Pd:2U" Au:2U" Ni:200U" Pd:3U" Au:3U" Ni:200U" Pd:4U" Au:4U"
Thickness of immersion gold: 1U" 2U" 3U"
Outer copper: ?

The weight in ounces of copper in one square foot of PCB, this option will determine the thickness of copper on the outer layers. CyberPCB provides the thickness of copper on outer layers of 1-6oz.

1oz 2oz 3oz 4oz 5oz 6oz 7oz 8oz example image
Inner copper: ?

The copper weight on the inner layers for multilayer PCBs. The default inner copper weight is 1 oz.

1oz 1.5oz 2oz 3oz 4oz 5oz 6oz
Min spacing: ?

This refers to the minimum width of copper in the design for all external layers.

3.5/3.5mil 4/4mil 5/5mil 6/6mil↑ 8/8mil↑ 10/10mil↑ example image
Min hole size: ?

The smallest drill size needed in the design

0.15mm 0.2mm 0.25mm 0.3mm 0.35mm 0.4mm example image
Via process: ?

1.Tenting Vias: The continuous plug and printing process is used in production, and the via hole and the hole ring are covered with solder mask at one time, and a small number of holes may transmit light or the orifice will be red. 2.Vias not covered: neither the via hole nor the hole ring is covered with solder mask. 3.Ink Via Plug: During production,first use aluminum sheet to plug the solder mask ink into the via hole, and then print the solder mask oil on the whole board, all the via holes will not transmit light. 4.Epoxy Via Plug: During production, the epoxy is plugged into the via hole, and then the whole board is printed with solder mask, which has better reliability and all via holes will not transmit light. The price is more expensive, the delivery time will be extended for a few days, please choose carefully. 5.Since the gerber file cannot distinquish the via hole and the plug-in hole, if your file is in the gerber format, our company will make it according to the file. (Note: The inspection standard of the tenting vias is that the via hole does not touch tin when passing through the tin furnace, and the tenting vias will appear yellowing of the orifice, which is a normal phenomenon in the process.)

Tenting vias Vias not covered Plugged vias Resin plug-hole VIPPO/POFV
Board outline tolerance: ?

Regular and precision CNC routing differ mainly in alignment and the number of passes. Regular routing fastens the panel outside individual PCBs, while precision routing uses alignment holes within each board. Regular routing is a single pass, while precision routing involves a rough pass followed by a fine pass.

±0.2mm(Regular) ±0.1mm(Precision)
Remove product No.: ?

CyberPCB will assign a unique product number to your PCB for easy identification among others. Should you wish to have the product number removed, an additional charge of $1.52 will apply to your order. Alternatively, if you prefer to have the product number placed in a specific location, please indicate the desired location by adding the text "cybcybcyb" to your silkscreen layer. This customization option is provided at no extra cost.

No Yes Specify a location
Gold fingers: ?

Gold fingers are the gold-plated columns along the connecting edges of PCBs. Only when ENIG surface finish is chosen, the fingers will be gold-plated. If you choose HASL surface finish, we will use HASL as edge connect plating.

Yes No
Castellated holes: ?

Castellations are plated through holes located along the edges of a printed circuit board. They are cut through to create a series of half holes.

None One side Two sides Three sides Four sides
Test method: ?

We will do 100% electrical testing by flying probe and E-test machine.

AOI+Flying test AOI+Fixture

Advanced options

Plated Half-cut/Castellated Holes ?

Half of the drilled hole or slot is inside the board, and the other is outside the shape of the board. After the plate is shaped, the wall of the drilled hole or slot still should be covered in copper. Plating refers to the edge plating. Plated Half-holes/Plated Through Hole doesn't support HAL temporarily.

Impedance ?

Conductors in a PCB carry various signals, and to increase their transmission speed, their frequency must be raised. However, factors such as etching, layer thickness, and line width can cause impedance variations in the PCB, leading to signal distortion. Therefore, for high-speed PCB conductors, their impedance values should be controlled within a certain range, known as "impedance control". The impedance tolerance is generally ±10%. If impedance requirements are specified in the documentation but not selected in the order, it will be regarded as ignoring the impedance requirement.

Halogen-Free ?

According to the JPCA-ES-01-2003 standard, a copper-clad laminate with a chlorine (Cl) content and bromine (Br) content of less than 0.09% Wt (by weight) each and the total amount of CI+Br is ≤ 0.15% [1500PPM] is defined as a halogen-free copper-clad laminate.

Custom Stackup ?

Apply to multilayer PCBs only. If you need to customize a specific stack-up, please upload the stack-up file together or contact your sales representative.

Carbon ink ?

Also called carbon oil PCB. Carbon ink PCB is coated on the PCB substrate with carbon-based conductive ink (referred to as carbon ink), cured to form a PCB with a carbon film conductive pattern. Carbon ink PCB has the advantages of low cost, strong impedance control ability, high reliability, and good corrosion resistance.

Via in pad/ Via filled with resin ?

Via in pad is the design practice of placing a via in the copper landing pad of a component. Buried vias, also known as resin plug vias, are typically required during PCB fabrication. This involves copper plating the via walls, filling the via with epoxy resin, and then plating the surface with copper. The resin plug-hole process can achieve a PCB surface without dents, with holes that are unobstructed and do not affect soldering, making it highly favored in products with high layer counts and thick board thicknesses.

Press-fit holes ?

Press-fit holes are holes are designed to accept components with press-fit pins. The pins are inserted into the holes and then pressed into place to create a secure connection. Tolerance:+/-0.05mm.

Countersink/Counterbore ?

The most noted difference between a countersink and counterbore is the size and shape of the screw or the tool which creates the holes in the material. A counterbore hole is deeper and has a square-like shape where the shoulder of the screw head can seat. It also allows for the addition of washers to be used.

Z-axis milling ?

It is also known as depth control routing(milling) or level milling, it refers to partial routing in PCB with a variable level elevation at the PCB edge or within PCB.

Embedded Copper PCB ?

Embedded copper PCBs are printed circuit boards that have copper traces embedded within the substrate material. The design of buried copper blocks can be mainly divided into two categories: buried copper blocks and embedded copper blocks. Buried copper blocks refer to copper blocks that are buried with a thickness less than the total thickness of the board, with one side of the copper block flush with the bottom layer and the other side flush with a certain inner layer, as shown in Figure 1 (semi-buried copper block). Embedded copper blocks refer to copper blocks that are embedded with a thickness close to or equal to the total thickness of the board, with the copper block passing through the top layer, as shown in Figure 2 (through-hole copper block). Printed circuit boards with buried or embedded copper blocks have the characteristics of high thermal conductivity, high heat dissipation, and saving board space, which can effectively solve the heat dissipation problem of high-power electronic components.

Embedded Capacitor/Resistor PCB ?

The buried capacitance technique is mainly used to embed a capacitance material (also known as a buried capacitance material) into the interior of a PCB through etching and lamination, forming a structure where a layer of dielectric material is sandwiched between two layers of copper foil. The buried resistor technique involves pressing a special resistor material onto an insulating substrate to form a flat resistor layer as required by the design. Buried capacitance and buried resistor technologies represent an unprecedented technological revolution in PCB design and manufacturing, offering advantages in high-density/high-speed transmission circuits design such as improved impedance matching, reduced parasitic inductance, reduced solder joints, and increased PCB stability, as well as enabling smaller PCB sizes.

Cavity PCB ?

Cavity PCB is a type of PCB that features one or multiple recessed grooves or cavities on its surface. These grooves are created by removing a portion of the board material, leaving behind a depressed area where components can be placed deeper, and finally reducing the overall height of the device. Cavity PCB and back drilling PCB are two different technologies, back drilling refers to drilling holes for vias, which stops at a certain depth and does not penetrate through the board, while cavity PCB refers to a specific area on the PCB.

Semi-Flex PCB ?

Semi-flex PCB is a kind of PCB that can be locally bent on the basis of rigid PCB, which can not only provide the support of rigid PCB, but also achieve local bending according to product requirements, including the bending in 45°, 90°, 180°, meeting the installation performance requirements of various types of 3D assembly.

Whole/Partially Hybrid PCB ?

Hybrid PCB utilizes different materials to build the substrate core layers and also the dielectric layers. Rather than using one material, the fabrication of hybrid PCB involves the use of different materials. Different materials are used to combine all positives into the manufacturing process of the PCB and reduce the negatives that a particular material may feature.

Back Drill PCB ?

Back drilling (sometimes called controlled depth drilling or CDD) involves using a drill bit slightly larger in diameter than the PTH to remove the conductive plating or stub from the hole.The back drilled hole should bring down the stub length to 10 mils.If the stubs are greater than 10 mils,then signal reflections will be produced.

Leadless Partially Plated Hard Gold ?

This is an electronic component surface treatment technology that is lead-free and selectively electroplated in certain areas to provide high levels of conductivity and durability.

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