The company uses a patented electro-chemical process to create a 20μ-thick dielectric layer of alumina atomically bonded to an aluminium board, beating the efficiency specs of even the best MCPCBs on the market at a lower cost. Samples are available immediately. The Nanotherm MCPCB boasts a thermal efficiency of 120W/mK, offering electronics designers an increase over 56% compared to the thermal conductivity of an aluminium plate. Nanotherm MCPCB also offers a robust stability at an operating temperature of 130°C, and is lead-free solder compatible and ROHS and UL recognised. This price reduction brings Cambridge Nanotherm’s revolutionary ceramicised aluminium boards which used to be only affordable for high-power applications, within the price range of all general lighting applications for the first time. Nanotherm MCPCB is now available for prototyping and mass production orders. Industry-standard copper finishes, solder mask and feature sizes are all available — as are double-sided substrates containing a dielectric surface and wiring traces on both sides of the MCPCB.
Cambridge Nanotherm – www.camnano.com