Wireless Rechargeable Speaker PCB Assembly

Wireless rechargeable speakers are loudspeakers which receive audio signals using radio frequency (RF) waves rather than over audio cables.

Laminate : CEM-3
Layers : Double-sided
Laminate Thickness : 1.0mm
Copper Thickness : 1.0oz
Surface Finish : OSP
Assembly : SMT & DIP
Test : Burn In Test
Package : Carton
Standards : IPC-A-610E
Lead Free : RoHS
Min. Chips : 0402

Wireless Rechargeable Speaker PCB Assembly

Wireless rechargeable speakers are loudspeakers which receive audio signals using radio frequency (RF) waves rather than over audio cables. The two most popular RF frequencies that support audio transmission to wireless loudspeakers include a variation of WiFi IEEE 802.11 while others depend on Bluetooth to transmit audio data to the receiving speaker. NOD Electronics is specialized in manufacturing all kinds of PCB&PCBA for VGA Extender, auto radio host, neckband headphones, wireless rechargeable speakers, karaoke speaker.

Wireless Rechargeable Speaker PCB Assembly Capabilities

7 SMT linesUp to 12 layersFuji & Samsung SMT mounters
4 DIP linesSMT/DIPAuto solder paste screen printer
0201 componentIn circuit testReflow ovens with 10 zones
0.25mm BGAFunction circuit testAuto optical inspection
Laser stencilsBurn in testWave soldering (lead-free)
Senju solder pasteBox BuildingX-ray

Wireless Rechargeable Speaker PCB Assembly Process Control

NOD Electronics fully show respect to your strict confidentiality of documentation and procedures and has formalized a range of control process that can ensure customer products in delivery of good quality. We will operate the process during Incoming Quality Control (IQC), In-Process Quality Control (IPQC), Outgoing Quality Assurance (OQA) etc stages and management methods ISO, 7 sigma, PDCA.

pcb assembly process control

At Accelerated Assemblies, we not only provide lead free printed circuit boards for your industrial applications, but also help you migrate to lead free and ROHS compliant PCB assembly services.



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