Solving the Problems of Overly Constrained Boards with Sherlock
We are seeing the return of an old problem that is causing severe board bending and subsequent component failures. Boards that are mounted rigidly to metal housings or heat sinks will deform due to the CTE mismatch between them.
This webinar will outline the problem and provide some design considerations to mitigate the issue.
|What||Solving the Problems of Overly Constrained Boards with Sherlock|
|When||Thursday, the 30th of April|
|Time||5.00 - 6.15 PM (CEST)|
|Time||8.00 - 9.15 PM (CEST)|
Switch Mode Power Supplies were developed in the late 70's and early 80's and helped significantly reduce the size of power supplies by switching at high frequency compared to line frequency. Since that time, SMPS have become commoditized, similar to resistors or capacitors. However, in some cases, they can be more complex than the final product. This is why it is critical that a full detailed analysis is conducted to ensure the performance of your power supply.Webinar: Simplify and Improve your PCB Documentation
Save Time and Effort, Deliver Better Instructions. BluePrint-PCB has a unique sleek user interface that allows you to quickly and easily create, distribute, and use PCB Documentation. Once you see it and use it, you will be convinced of its power and versatility. Here is your opportunity to see our BluePrint-PCB solution live in action!