Printed Circuits

Printed Circuit Boards for Electronics

In electronics a Printed Circuit is a medium used to interconnect the various electronic components of a circuit via conductive tracks that are located on a non-conductive material.

In the electronics industry can be used printed circuit boards mono and bilayer depending on the type of application.


the printed circuit board uses a single face for the realization of the slopes. The laminate employed is an insulating material with only one side of copper.


the printed circuit has conductors on two sides. Generally are metallized holes with only copper or copper coated tin, tin-nickel alloy, tin-lead alloy. nickel-gold, etc

Application areas:
-> Consumer electronics: remote controls, controllers, inverters
-> Industrial electronics