Automotive Industry Printed Circuit Boards
These PCBs have revolutionized the way we drive and use our vehicles, from engine controls and airbag sensors to anti-lock brake management and even GPS support. Almost every modern convenience in the car in your driveway or the fleet in your business’ yard relies on automotive PCBs.
And as we add more heads-up displays, windshield overlays, in-cab navigation systems and other electronics to help us drive or relax as we drive, the demand for reliable PCBs that don’t interfere with other systems is going to continue to rise.
Automotive printed circuit boards from MCL are designed specifically to support each individual application and work in the real-world environments they will experience, whether they’re in the dashboard, under the hood or in areas of significant motion.
That’s why, as a privately owned and ISO-9001 certified company, we engineer precision solutions custom tailored to your application.
Creating Your Next Automotive PCB
When you’re ready to get your next big idea to the market, MCL is here to be your preferred PCB partner. With engineering and design services that focus on the automotive space, we’re here to assist you in maintaining high standards of reliability while cutting costs.
Test, modify and finalize your component development, plus make any modifications you need for added system support with our advanced prototyping methodology. You’ll put the final touches on your next automotive innovation. Using our customer-approved go-to-market approach, we’re able to speed up the process for many new modernizations in the automotive space.
Some of the automotive applications where PCBs are used and where our services can assist you in engineering reliable, mission-critical parts include:
- Airbag controls
- Anti-lock brake systems
- Anti-theft systems
- Audio-video systems
- Climate control
- Digital displays
- Engine-timing systems
- Ignition systems
- Power steering
- Signals and lamp controls
- Transmission sensors
- Windshield wipers
- More traditional systems like power converters and light management
Getting It Right the First Time
The automotive industry has a wide range of controls and regulations your systems must adhere to if they want to make it in the next top models. This means automotive PCB companies must be able to meet your production needs while also helping you reduce costs by eliminating errors and optimizing space.