Medical Electronics Pcb has a copper track that connects the holes in which the various components are located. They are designed for each circuit and are very easy to build. This product uses a sturdy, rigid substrate material such as fiberglass to keep the sheet from twisting. One end of its substrate is coated with a thin metal layer, usually copper, because it is a good electrical conductor. Typically, the protective solder mask of Medical Electronics Pcb is located on the peak of the copper layer and the final screen printed coating can be applied to the top to mark the elements of the board. Its top insulating layer is called a solder mask and is designed to protect the board from short circuits between copper traces and other nearby electrical hazards. Medical Electronics Pcb is a separate board with interconnected electrical and electronic components. The inner layers of the circuit are selectively joined together using an epoxy prepreg adhesive film.