Embedded Components in PCBs

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Embed Components in PCBs

Active components can be embedded directly into PCB’s

Shipco has researching and refining embedding of active electronic components directly into the PCB layers.

The simplest example is a SMT chip embedded in a multi-layer, improving PCB performance.

The connections to the chip are made by means of through hole vias through standard SMT leads, or laser via’s to the component leads.

The component connection is made chemically, followed by electroplating which means solder free assembly.

Lower capacitance’s due to shorter routing when dies are used and possibility to shield sensitive circuits totally are some of many advantages.

Well tested and in-circuit fully protected components must be used for obvious reasons.

Several patents have been granted to Shipco, and we exclusively produce PCBs using this technology.

Use our quote request, to see how you can use this technology in your PCB design process.

We invented this method in 2002 and have been refining and improving it ever since.

Here are build samples and micro sections from  production done in Ireland.

Flip chip embedded in a PCB connected to micro-vias
Flip chip embedded in a PCB connected to micro-vias
Flip chip embedded in a PCB and inter-connected to staggered micro-vias
Flip chip embedded in a PCB and inter-connected to staggered micro-vias
Both flip chip and other component embedded in the PCB layers
Both flip chip and other component embedded in the PCB layers
Micro section of a board with an embedded component
Micro section of a board with an embedded component
Trough Hole Connections inter-connecting to an embedded component inside the PCB package
Trough Hole Connections inter-connecting to an embedded component inside the PCB package
Trough Hole Connection with blind Holes Cooling a component embedded directly inside the PCB layers
Trough Hole Connection with blind Holes Cooling a component embedded directly inside the PCB layers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This technology is available today, and requires no re-tooling for existing PCB manufacturing. Contact us today by using our quote request form, or email us at: enq@ship.ie