- Published on Thursday, 26 December 2013 11:40
Companies adopt better CCLs to boost product performance, and ride the growth trend in LED lighting.
Mainland China makers of aluminum PCBs for LED products continue to work on increasing thermal conductivity by improving the performance of the dielectric layer. To achieve the latter, they plan to use aluminum-base CCLs exceeding the 3W/m•K rating typically adopted in mainstream boards. Manufacturers are tapping the local supply, which now includes up to 5W/m•K laminates from providers Zhuhai Totking and Heshan Dongli.
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