Products, Materials & Tools | Oct 29, 2007

Fa. GK Technik has improved all designs of MCPCBs, their own and OEM as well

Just two month after the introduction of aluminum-stars for the REBEL-LEDs Fa. GK Technik, from Augsburg, Germany, has improved the designs of all MCPCBs, their own and OEM as well,to be delivered in panels for maximum handling convenience.

"The delivery in panels", says Mr. Krueger, co-founder of Fa. GK Technik, "meets our customers requirements, to populate the MCPCBs automatically by using pick-and-place machines."

Our MCPCBs offer this features:
- Delivered in panels by 30 pieces each panel
- Ready for placement by pick-and-place machines
- Also solderable by hand, utilising solder-pads beside the LEDs
- six places for screws, needn't any isolation of the screws

"We believe, with this features, to enhance our customers success in the market. It's most important, to offer the MCPCBs solderable by hand and ready for automatic placement, too."

Fa. GK Technik offers now for the REBEL-LED the following MCPCBs as aluminum-stars (in stock):
- 15mm, for a single REBEL-LED.
- 20mm, for a single REBEL-LED.
- 20mm, for three REBEL-LEDs, configurable as triple or RGB (delivered as triple).
- 30mm, for three REBEL-LEDs, configurable as triple or RGB (delivered as RGB) - it fits to Polymer's lens-holder "181".

Non-stock-items (three weeks delivery time):
- 15mm, for three REBEL-LEDs, configurable as triple or RGB (delivered as triple).
- 15mm, for three REBEL-LEDs, configurable as triple or RGB (delivered as RGB).
- 20mm, for three REBEL-LEDs, configurable as triple or RGB (delivered as RGB).
- 30mm, for three REBEL-LEDs, configurable as triple or RGB (delivered as triple).
- 44mm, for three REBEL-LEDs, configurable as triple or RGB (delivered as triple).
- 44mm, for three REBEL-LEDs, configurable as triple or RGB (delivered as RGB).
 
About Fa. GK Technik:
With years of experience, and after more than 30 different designs for customers all
over the world, Fa. GK Technik has the knowledge, to make the most powerful MCPCB designs for their customers, and also for you. Ask now for your quotation.

Please, visit also our new web-site. It has still some known bugs, but it's good to have a look to all our products. Our old web-site will continue to run till the end of November.

Contact:
Fa. GK Technik
Inh. Xiaozhong Gu & Jürgen Krüger
Hirblinger Str. 105 a
D-86156 Augsburg
Germany

Tel. +49-(0)821-2183461
Fax. +49-(0)821-2193344
eMail: jk@elektronik-von-gk.de
www(old): http://www.gk-technik.com
www(new): http://www.elektronik-von-gk.de/test
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