Logic Board

Printed circuit boards such as the logic board (Apple) serve as fundamental components within common electronic devices. Examples are the iPhone with its logic board, the MacBook logic board and personal computer systems (PC) with their motherboards. The base of a logic board is the actual board that serves as an insulating material, which can be fashioned in numerous shapes and degrees of rigidity during the manufacturing process. Additionally it is usually used to support all of the necessary conductors and components within the device.

MacBook Logic Board

MacBook Logic Board

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Typically the conductors in the circuit board are made of copper and integrated into the base. This makes for easy attachment and support. The dielectric properties of the actual base material are important since the electrical properties of the circuit board are dependent upon them, thus it is an essential part of the initial design of the circuit board.

iPhone Logic Board

iPhone Logic Board

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The attachment points are typically designed as solder-able areas which also serve as the conductors and electrical connections upon the circuit board. Whether looking at a motherboard from a personal computer, an iPhone logic board or any other small electronic device, it will be readily apparent just how the circuit board serves as a centralized support and connectivity component within the device.

iMac Logic Board

iMac Logic Board

Choose from a large selection of replacement logic boards for the iMac including older and newer models. Locate hard to find replacements for the G3, G4 and G5 plastic or aluminum models.

Since so many electrical connections will utilize the logic board in complex examples, design techniques such as printing as well as photo-engraving allow for mass produced quantities of these complex diagrams to be fit into extremely small areas of the logic board. Try to imagine having to otherwise rely upon huge wiring harnesses within the consumer electronics which we use today and you can see just how important printed circuit boards are. Due to these capabilities, printed circuit boards such as logic boards remain an essential part of the electronics industry.