Consumer electronics are devices we use every day, such as smartphones or computers. Even the latest models of refrigerators often contain electronic components. Each of these devices is a PCB. Consumer electronics refers to electronic products that are closely related to life, work, and entertainment designed around consumer applications.
Because these consumer electronics products are manufactured in large quantities, the number of PCBs produced by controlling them must be equal. These high-volume PCBs have lower unit costs, making the price of the final product relatively small. The challenge is to maintain the uniformity and quality of these custom PCB, which is why PCB manufacturers must adhere to strict industry standards and quality control measures to ensure that every consumer's electronic functions are as expected.
PCB is widely used in consumer electronics. Here are some common uses of PCBs in consumer electronics:
Mobile devices: Smartphones and tablets are at the core of our daily work, our GPS alarm clock.
Computer electronics: The core of desktops and laptops contains PCBs, as do screens and related peripherals.
Recording equipment: Video cameras, digital cameras, microphones and other recording equipment all rely on their internal PCBs to operate.
Entertainment system: Everything in the home entertainment system, from DVD players and video game consoles to TVs and audio equipment.
Household appliances: almost all modern devices operate with electronic components: alarm clocks, microwave ovens, refrigerators, coffee machines, etc.