What function does the PCB perform?


What kind of function does the PCB perform? The main function of the PCB is to accommodate and facilitate the smooth flow of current between the required connection components, which are built into the PCB. However, for better understanding, here are a few other different operations of the PCB.

Resist - Controlling the current flow is important to most appliances so they don't burn out. For this purpose, the resistance of the PCB acts against the flow of current according to its value.

Assignment - As mentioned above, the PCB can be easily assembled. For this, the pads of the PCB are left empty. These pads allocate space for easy soldering of any other electronic components when required

Assembly - For ease of assembly, the PCB also has something called "silkscreen". These help to identify the exact location of the part and its position through letters.

Storage - For storage the power supply PCB can hold capacitors. These help keep the charge charged and release them when power is needed.

Signal Passing Lights - The PCB has little bulbs like diodes, they light up to show the current going through

Switches are used for control - The house switches of the PCB are used to control excessive current flow between different components. These also help regulate how heat affects the board layers.

In addition to these carefully designed operations, the PCB can be better adapted and adapted to any device. Let's see how!