A mechanic PCB and IC fixture is a tool utilized in electronics manufacturing and testing for the secure holding and positioning of printed circuit boards (PCBs) and integrated circuits (ICs) during soldering, assembly, or testing processes. It generally comprises a base, clamping components, and probes or other mechanisms to establish electrical connections with the PCB or IC.
The specifications of a mechanic PCB and IC fixture typically include:
Maximum board size: the largest dimensions of the PCB or IC that the fixture can accommodate.
Number of probe points: the quantity of points on the fixture that can establish electrical connections with the PCB or IC.
Accuracy: the precision with which the fixture can position and hold the PCB or IC.
Compatibility: the types of IC packages or PCB configurations that the fixture can work with, such as surface-mount technology (SMT) or through-hole technology (THT).
Material: the substance used to construct the fixture, such as aluminum or stainless steel.
These specifications may differ based on the particular model and manufacturer of the mechanic PCB or IC fixture.