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Gold Finger PCB

Gold Finger PCB is a circuit board specially designed for connector sockets for connecting other electronic devices or electronic cards. They are typically used in high-density connection applications such as computer motherboards, graphics cards, memory modules, and other devices that require reliable connections.

Related parameters and characteristics:

Connection Areas: The distinguishing feature of a Gold Finger PCB is its connection areas, which are covered with metal, usually gold. These metal connection areas are usually finger-like in shape to ensure a reliable connection.

Material selection: PCB materials are usually selected with higher conductivity and stability to ensure the reliability of metal connections.

Surface Treatment: Gold Finger Metal connection areas on PCBs are typically gold plated to provide excellent electrical performance and corrosion resistance.

Interface type: Gold Finger PCB can have different interface types, including PCI, PCIe, DIMM, etc., to adapt to different application needs.

Protective measures: Metal connection areas are usually protected to avoid oxidation or contamination and to maintain connection performance.

Size and Shape: Gold Finger PCB sizes and shapes can be customized to meet the needs of specific applications.

Manufacturing process:

Design: First, design the circuit board, especially the connection area.

Raw material selection: Choose high-quality fiberglass sheets and metal materials.

Printing: Manufacturing of printed circuits for circuit boards, including the design and fabrication of metal connection areas.

Gold Plating: Metal connection areas are often gold plated to provide good electrical conductivity and corrosion protection.

Assembly: Installing other electronic components and components to complete the circuit board fabrication.

Testing: The Gold Finger PCB is electrically and connectivity tested to ensure its performance and reliability.

Gold Finger PCB

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