Advanced Circuits’ Tempe Division Expands UL Certifications


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Advanced Circuits, the leading “one-stop” solution for printed circuit board fabrication and small quantity – quick turn assembly services in North America is now UL certified on various halogen free laminates along with an expanded set of materials supporting customer requirements for high speed / ultra low Dk and new RF products.

The halogen-free UL Certified materials will give Advanced Circuits’ customers greater flexibility to meet their product requirements for thermal stability, flammability, and environmental concerns. The newly added RF materials and high speed / ultra low Dk products will increase the company‘s ability to satisfy customer’s technical needs along with providing greater material options to support quick turn requirements.

Advanced Circuits has become well known and widely used by electronic design engineers in the precision and high-tech PCB marketplace due to its large selection of advanced PCB materials, expanded capabilities, and expedited manufacturing options.  Advanced Circuits’ commitment to providing only the best quality and todays’ most innovative PCB technologies continue to drive the company’s growth with customers supporting the medical, aerospace / defense and commercial markets.

About Advanced Circuits

Since 1989, Advanced Circuits has been the leading printed circuit board quick turn manufacturer, specializing in both small and production quantities.  Advanced Circuits operates divisions in Aurora, Colorado, Tempe, Arizona, and Maple Grove, Minnesota and is MIL-PRF-31032, MIL-PRF-55110G, AS9100C, ISO 9001:2008 certified, IPC 6012 class 3/3A qualified, ITAR registered and DOD contracts ready.

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