What is circuit board?

  • (noun): A printed circuit that can be inserted into expansion slots in a computer to increase the computer's capabilities.
    Synonyms: circuit card, board, card

Some articles on circuit board, board, circuit:

LED Art - Blinky - Construction - Circuit Board
... The circuit board typically has anywhere from 2 to as many as 25 micro-LEDs ... Because it is an etched circuit board the front can be constructed to flash in a variety of ways, especially where there are multiple LEDs in multiple colours ... or epoxy protects the fragile LEDs on the front (outside) of the board ...
Capture CIS
... OrCAD Capture CIS is a software tool used for circuit schematic capture ... It is part of the OrCAD circuit design suite ... CIS links component information, such as printed circuit board package footprint data or simulation behavior data, with the circuit symbol in the schematic ...
Cheng Zhi - Appearances
... In exchange, the elder Bauer is fixing the sub-circuit board for Cheng ... He refuses to give the circuit board back to Cheng ... In the end, they threaten each other and Phillip is trying to give the board to the United States Government in exchange for his grandson ...
Passive Infrared Sensor - PIR-based Motion Detector - Focusing - Mirrors
... Segmented mirror at bottom with PC (printed circuit) board above it Printed circuit board removed to show segmented mirror Segmented parabolic mirror removed from housing Rear of circuit board which faces ...
LED Art - Blinky - Construction - Body
... that has threads on one end and a very small etched circuit board on the other ... The circuit board can be round and inside the cylinder, or larger, shaped, and glued to the outside of the cylinder end ... Common designs have a rubber gasket inside the front (between the batteries and circuit board) ...

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