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Double Sided PCBs

Double-sided PCBs, also known as two-layer PCBs, are a type of printed circuit board that has conductive copper traces on both the top and bottom layers of the board. These layers are separated by an insulating layer (typically made of a substrate material like fiberglass reinforced with epoxy resin, known as FR-4).

Key features and characteristics of double-sided PCBs include:

  • Conductive Layers: Both the top and bottom layers of the PCB contain copper traces that facilitate the connection of electronic components and allow the flow of electrical signals between them.
  • Component Mounting: Components can be mounted and soldered on both sides of the PCB, effectively doubling the available space for placement. This allows for more complex circuit designs compared to single-sided boards.
  • Improved Routing: The availability of two conductive layers allows for more intricate routing of traces, reducing the need for jumper wires and enabling more efficient and compact circuit layouts.
  • Versatility: Double-sided PCBs are widely used in various applications, ranging from simple consumer electronics to more complex devices like industrial controls, automotive systems, medical equipment, and telecommunications.
  • Manufacturing Complexity: While more complex than single-sided boards, double-sided PCBs are less intricate than multilayer PCBs. They are more cost-effective to produce and repair compared to multilayer PCBs due to their simpler construction.
  • Signal Integrity: With separate layers for routing traces, designers can separate sensitive analog or digital signals to reduce interference and improve signal integrity.
  • Thermal Management: Double-sided PCBs offer slightly better thermal dissipation compared to single-sided boards due to the additional copper layer, which can help in managing heat generated by certain components.

Double-sided PCBs strike a balance between complexity, cost-effectiveness, and functionality, making them a popular choice for a wide range of electronic applications where a moderate level of circuit complexity and component density is required.

Our Double-sided PCB manufacturing unit has a capacity to delivery 6,000 m2 of Double-sided PCBs every month.

Our Double Sided PCBs

Technical Specifications Standard Non-standard
Materials used FR-4, FR4 (TG 180) Ceramin, PTFE
Input Media Gerber Data 274X, Gerber Data D, PCB File, DRL File Gerber Data 274X, Gerber Data D, PCB File, DRL File
Approvals IATF 16949:2016, UL94 - V0, ISO 9001:2015 IATF 16949:2016, UL94 - V0, ISO 9001:2015
Copper Thickness 12 μ to 140 μ Above 140 μ
Board Thickness 0.30 mm to 3.20 mm 0.30 mm to 3.20 mm
Minimum Hole Size (Finished) 0.25 mm 0.20 mm
Minimum Line Spacing 0.15 mm 0.125 mm
Minimum Line Width 0.15 mm 0.125 mm
Minimum Annular Ring 0.10 mm 0.075 mm
Maximum Panel Size 600 X 508 820 X 508
Minimum Solder Mask Dam 0.15 mm 0.10 mm
Hole Diameter Tolerence PTH +/-0.075 mm +/-0.05 mm
Hole Diameter Tolerence NPTH +/-0.05 mm +/-0.05 mm
Profile Routing Tolerence +/-0.20 mm ,+/-0.10
Aspect ratio 5.3:1 6.4:1
Surface Finish Lead Free HASL, Tin-lead HASL, and Lacquer ENIG
Solder Mask Colors Green, Black, White, Red, Yellow, Grey and Blue All other colours
Peelable mask Top, bottom or both sides Top, bottom or both sides
Electrical test 100% (Flying probe or fixture test) 100% (Flying probe or fixture test)
Quality Standards IPC-A-600 J / PERFAG IPC-A-600 J / PERFAG