Back to Course

PCB Designing

0% Complete
0/0 Steps
  1. INTRODUCTION
    4 Topics
  2. CONDUCTOR AND CONDUCTIVE PATHS
    3 Topics
  3. ZERO PCB
  4. OVERVIEW OF ELECTRONICS
    4 Topics
  5. ACTIVITY 1
  6. CLASSIFICATION OF PCB
    2 Topics
  7. COMPOSITION OF PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
  8. BRIEF ABOUT COPPER
  9. COLOR OF THE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
  10. ACTIVITY 2
  11. PCB DESIGNING
    2 Topics
  12. PCB DESIGNING SOFTWARE
    3 Topics
  13. ACTIVITY 3
  14. EAGLE OVERVIEW
    2 Topics
  15. PCB TERMINOLOGIES
    13 Topics
  16. ACTIVITY 4
  17. SCHEMATIC STUDY
    4 Topics
  18. ACTIVITY 5
  19. SCHEMATIC DESIGN
  20. ASSIGNMENT 1
    2 Topics
  21. ACTIVITY 6
  22. LAYOUT DESIGN
  23. Activity 7
  24. ROUTING
    5 Topics
  25. ASSIGNMENT 2
    1 Topic
  26. ROUTING RULES
    6 Topics
  27. ERC
    8 Topics
  28. DRC
    3 Topics
  29. ACTIVITY 8
  30. GROUND PLANE
  31. GERBER GENERATION
    4 Topics
  32. BILL OF MATERIAL
    1 Topic
  33. ACTIVITY 9
  34. PCB MANUFACTURING
  35. MISCELLANEOUS ACTIVITY
  36. MISCLLANEOUS ASSIGNMENT
    1 Topic
Lesson 37 of 36
In Progress

TRACE WIDTH

20/05/2024

PCB TRACE WIDTH

On the PCB the lines which connects Pads and Via together is known as Trace .In the picture below, there are traces that electrically connect the various connectors and components to each other. A PCB trace allows signals and power to be routed between physical devices.

PCB Trace Width Calculation:

Generally PCB trace depends on parameters given below:

1-Current:How much current flows in the trace.

2-Copper Thickness:The thickness of copper or copper weight in (oz/mils/micron).

3-Temperature: How much temperature rises above when current flows.