The automotive industry is undergoing a revolutionary change. A challenging development: from reducing emission, developing self-driving electric cars and trucks, to charging infrastructure. Please see below for a selection of applications we serve with PCBs.
Selection of applications we serve
Electrical vehicle charging
PCBs for high power delivery with precise control. Demands for this application is a reliable function, large copper cross sections and thermal management.PCB Technology
Electrical vehicle propulsion
PCBs for motor control, battery management, high power distribution, motion control and cooling systems. Demands for this application is a reliable function, large copper cross sections and thermal management and IATF/ISO16949, PPAP quality assurance system.PCB Technology
Heavy traffic driving support systems
PCBs for instrument/dashboard clusters, on board video, navigation, communication and cargo cooling systems. Demands are typically IATF/ISO16949, PPAP quality assurance system.PCB Technology
Heavy traffic fossile-free propulsion
PCBs for vehicles with fuel cell and battery propulsion control system. Demands are rugged environment and long lifespan, IATF/ISO16949, PPAP quality assurance system.PCB Technology
PCBs for navigation system, instrument/dashboard clusters and interior lightning. Demands are typically IATF/ISO16949, PPAP quality assurance system.PCB Technology
Learn about PCBs for electric vehicle charging – the trends, design considerations and NCAB´s added value.
High-power applications are those that require a lot of power to operate. This is usually because they are used in devices that need to be able to run for a long time without being plugged in.
The automotive industry is undergoing a revolutionary change. The electronic part in the new energy vehicle is more involved and advanced, and with this in mind, the demands on the PCBs will increase in various ways.
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