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Transport

Robustness as a first priority


The transport sector today is heavily dependent on advanced electronics. Even the simplest commercial vehicle is now equipped with GPS navigation, and essential safety systems such as ABS and airbags are unthinkable without modern electronics. Many other things are also controlled and monitored by vehicle electronics.


Common feature is that these electronics must be more robust than ordinary consumer products. Vibrations, temperature changes and moisture must all be able to be endured without problems. For this reason, in the 1990s the Automotive Electronics Council (AEC) was established, a committee which sets standards for components and systems to be used in car electronics.


Global Electronics B.V. can advise on the application of AEC qualified components and also offers various other technologies to make PCBs optimally suitable for use in the transport world. Global can also test a design against the most important electrical standards and requirements applicable to automotive electronics, in order to further increase the reliability of the end product.

New developments


The demand for automotive electronics has been increasing rapidly in recent years, partly due to the rapid developments in the field of electric and hybrid vehicles. This applies not only to electronics used in vehicles themselves, but also to supporting technology such as charging systems.


Global Electronics B.V. now serves various customers who are active in this rapidly growing market, where the promise of fast, reliable delivery in large quantities is fulfilled by short supply chains and local production in the Netherlands.

BOM analysis

The purchase of materials is planned on the basis of a BOM. The parts lists are the guideline and the clear instructions per step reduce the risk of errors.

Purchasing

Our vendors (and EMSs in general) are global players with billions in sales. More than 100 million components are available and tens of thousands more are added every month.

Surface Mount Technology (SMT)

During the SMT process, components are attached to the PCB because the contact pins come on the PCB instead of through the PCB, as with Through Hole Technology (THT).

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