Published on June 24, 2013, by in Pcb Assembly.

PCB or printed circuit board is an important electronic platform that is created to hold up physically and electrically connect the electronic components. The latest addition to PCB assembly is the Pin through Hole PCB assembly. It is a circuit board that is used throughout the second generation computers.
If you are wondering how this work, then here is the answer to your curiosity. But it is important to learn few terms before you try to understand its working. PCB population is done by pick and place robots that come with the reels comprising of electronic components. These components are placed by robot’s arm on the PCB surface for surface mount assembly or directly into the holes for the pin-through Hole technology. To make sure that the electronic components work right, it is very important to ensure that PCB population is perfect.

PCB enclosures are needed to integrate PCB and preserve other electronic components preserve. PCB enclosures are available in different types, hand-held, desktop enclosures, wall mount, potting boxes, instrument enclosures and DIN boxes.
The PTH method places the electronic components onto the printed circuit boards with the help of leads that are inserted through the holes on one side of the circuit board. Then the lead is soldered onto traces of copper on the back side of the board. You can have either single or double sided circuit boards that have components soldered either one or both sides. The electronic assembly is created by installing the through-home components by using two axial leads, bending the leads on the boards back in the opposite direction. Herein, one part is placed on the board and the other side the lead is bent on the opposite direction of the board.