Month: April 2020

To Repair or Not to Repair Your PCBs? That Is the Question

To Repair or Not to Repair Your PCBs? That Is the Question


3 MIN. READ

Printed circuit boards (PCBs) are the heart of all electronic devices. PCBs are easy to manufacture in mass quantities and can pack a lot of electronic functionality into a compact space. Their space efficiency is achieved by their three-dimensional structure of multiple layers of conductive traces that connect electronic components and insulating material.

When PCBs malfunction, you are faced with the choice of repairing the PCB, replacing the PCB or disposing of the entire electronic device. For some low-cost electronic devices, the best option is to replace the device. However, for expensive or custom-built devices, this may not be an option and you may be limited to PCB repair or replacement.

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Staying Connected with Huntron

Staying Connected with Huntron

During these strange times Huntron understands the need for all to do what they can to stop the spread of the coronavirus. We also understand that the electronics world has not come to a complete standstill and that sales and technical support are still necessary.

Huntron has always taken pride in the level of sales and technical support we provide to our customers. For a small business such as Huntron, this is vital. While those at Huntron who can work from home are doing so, we are still safely maintaining sales and service for our customers when needed. Contacting Huntron for any support is still through the normal channels such as telephone and email but in some cases responses could be delayed. Also take advantage of resources such as the Huntron Users Support Forum (https://www.huntron.com/forum/ ) and the Huntron YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/HuntronTechSupport ) for great technical support information. If you are not currently a member of the Huntron Users Support Forum then we highly recommend you join by simply registering. Membership does require your registration be approved by a Forum Admin (a step unfortunately made necessary to avoid forum spammers) but the Forum Admins are checking and approving new registrations several times daily. We encourage you to join in on the conversations!

As always, please contact us with any questions or support needs. We are here to serve you!

Thank you and stay safe.

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