Input parameters: Three phase AC380V±10%, 50HZ
Output parameters: Positive: DC 6V 2*1000A Negative: DC 18V 2*3000A
Output mode: High speed positive and negative pulse
Cooling method: Water cooling
Power supply type: Pulsed power supply
Application Industry: PCB plating, rare metal plating, precision design, precious metal plating, electrolytic polishing, etc
PCB plating may be defined as one or both of the following: Via plating – the process of filling a drilled hole with copper to provide a path for current from a surface of the board to an inner layer, between two inner layers or from one surface to the other. These plated through holes (PTHs) are better known as vias.
In the process of plating onto bare laminate, electroless copper plating plates a thin layer of copper on the bare substrate to make the substrate conductive for further electroplating. In the process of plating through hole, electroless copper plating is used to make the inner walls of the hole conductive to connect the printed circuits in different layers or the pins of the integrated chips.
When through hole used dc plating, the thicker the plating around the hole is, and there is no plating in the hole. The two ends are big and the middle is small. This dog bone phenomenon is prone to copper cracking, or no electricity at all.
Positive and negative pulse power supply can increase electroplating speed. Improve the uniformity of copper plating, deep hole plating uniformity; Reverse pulse electroplating can control the deposition rate of copper in the high current density area, so as to improve the thickness uniformity of surface copper and pore copper, and eliminate the “dog bone” phenomenon.
|High speed positive and negative pulse
|Model and specifications
|Switch tube type
|Pulsed power supply
|Rated Input Voltage
|Rated Input Power
|Rated Input Current
|Input Power Factor
|Stabilized Current Precision
|Stabilized Voltage Precision
|According to accuracy
|Rated Output efficiency
|PLC, ADDA, Ethernet, RS485 and RS232
|With over voltage, over current, overload, short circuit, overheating and other abnormal self-protection function