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Through Hole Technology (THT)

THROUGH HOLE TECHNOLOGY (THT)

COMPONENTS CONFIRMED BY THE PRINT PLACE

In addition to SMT (Surface Mount Technology) components, Global Electronics B.V. also processes THT, or Through Hole Technology components. In this technique, the components are usually placed on the PCB by hand, with the connections of the components protruding through the drilled holes in the PCB. The connections are then soldered to the bottom of the PCB. Often these THT components are used together with SMT components on the same PCBA. We can realize this completely tailor-made for you.

Realization by experienced experts

Our highly experienced employees in the Manual Assembly Department are all trained by the professional organization IPC. If necessary, they take care of the preprocessing of the THT components before installation.

After this preparation, the THT components are usually manually mounted on the PCBA, after which they are soldered with our wave soldering machine or selective soldering machine. We also have a robotic soldering machine at our disposal for the highly complex SMT/THT PCBs assembled on both sides. After soldering, there is a visual quality check of both correct placement and soldering of these THT components. This is how we guarantee top quality.




Also for prototyping

Our large purchasing network allows us to quickly access components that may not be readily available elsewhere. We can buy small quantities of particular elements as required to reduce excess material usage. Despite the specific nature of prototyping and the associated 'traditional' technology the extensive network and efficient business processes at Global Electronics B.V. ensure rapid production of your prototype. Our engineers will gladly assist you with prototyping based on this form of assembly.

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