Aluminum and FR-4 PCBs for LED Lighting from Super PCB


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Super PCB, a single source for high-quality printed circuit boards (PCBs), now offers aluminum and FR-4 PCBs for LED lighting. The company can produce both prototypes and mass production for LED lighting applications.

LED lighting has been one of the fastest growing industries in recent years. Compared to traditional lighting, LED lighting substantially reduces energy consumption. One of Super PCB’s specialties is aluminum and FR-4 PCBs for LED lighting. In addition to Bergquist materials, the company carries high quality equivalent aluminum materials with much lower costs.

PCBs for LED lighting applications can have unique shapes. Some are very long strips; some are circular. In lighting applications, many customers require the solder mask to be bright white for better reflection. Additionally, avoiding discoloration is an importnant requirement and Super PCB’s high quality white solder mask stays bright white. Super PCB has been working with one of the larget LED lighting manfufacturers in the world for years, providing a large volume of long (over 40") FR-4 PCBs for LED lighting application.

Super PCB offers USA manufacturing to support fast-turn and ITAR requirements, as well as overseas manufacturing facilities to support mass production at lower costs. The company’s manufacturing facilities are RoHS compliant, ISO 9001 and TS16949 certified, and UL-listed. Super PCB’s state-of-art equipment and technology ensures the highest quality and efficiency.

About Super PCB

Super PCB is the source for all of your high-quality PCB needs! Since 2003, the company has been providing high quality PCBs to numerous companies in a broad spectrum of industries, from consumer electronics to telecommunications, new energy, aerospace, automotive and more. Super PCB is certified to TS16949, ISO9001 and UL. For more information, click here

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