A printed circuit board (PCB) mechanically supports and electrically connects electronic components or electrical components using conductive tracks, pads and other features etched from one or more sheet layers of copper laminated onto and/or between sheet layers of a non-conductive substrate. Components are generally soldered onto the PCB to both electrically connect and mechanically fasten them to it.Printed circuit boards are used in all but the simplest electronic products. They are also used in some electrical products, such as passive switch box.
PCB nowadays uses in almost all the engineering fields whether it’s mechanical, electrical or electronics. They can also be termed as the base of emergence of technology.
Organised By: Department of Electrical & Electronics Engg.
Date: Nov 21st, 2018 & Nov 22nd, 2018
REGISTER FOR TWO DAYS WORKSHOP AT MANGALAYATAN UNIVERSITY
visit us on : www.workshopera.ml
Contact no.: 7417245077
What is this program about?
In this course, we will take you through the process of making Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) from scratch! You’ll make a PCB prototype to function as a clap circuit – the system detects clap sound to power an LED bulb.
Here’s what you’ll learn by working on this project:
- Circuit design using software tools
- PCB fabrication as per design input
- Testing PCB after loading components
- Design and Manufacture your own PCB
- Develop and Test your own Clap circuit
- Understand the steps and processes involved in PCB manufacturing
- Developing the schematics of circuit using industry grade software
- Copper clad board
- Ferric chloride solution*
- Permanent marker
- OHP transparent sheet*
- Glossy paper
- Sand paper*
- Laser printer*
- Soldering gun*
- Electric Iron*
- Other Mechanical Tools*
*These components will be provided during the program not for home takeaway.
- Introduction to PCB
- Why PCB?
- Applications of PCB
- Future scope of PCB
- Softwares used for pcb designing
- Introduction to eagle
- Schmatic diagram of circuit
- Designing respective pcb diagram
- Creating netlist file
- Creating gerber file using gerberlogix
- Exporting the image file for silk screen, solder mask, drill layer, and top layer of designed PCB.
- Print the designed circuit onto the glossy paper.
- Transfer the circuit from glossy sheet to copper claded sheet
- Etching using ferric chloride
- Resist removal
- Drilling the circuit
- Soldering the components onto the sheet
- Testing of the circuit using multimeter and other electronic equipments.