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Aluminum-base PCB makers highlight improved thermal conductivity

Better dielectric materials are used to suit elevated-temperature applications such as LED lighting. Suppliers sustain R&D on finer circuit density.

Enhanced thermal conductivity constitutes the key trend in China’s aluminum-base PCB line. Manufacturers aim to increase penetration of the expanding LED market and other applications such as power supplies, and computer and communication products requiring high-temperature heat dissipation solutions. Companies adopt aluminum-base CCLs with a ceramic filler to realize 1 to 5W/m•K in mainstream models and up to 9W/m•K in advanced kinds. In contrast, earlier types that employed mainly epoxy resin, epoxy-filled glass fiber or polyimide reached less than 1W/m•K only. The use of CCLs ensures greater dielectric strength as well.


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