PCB Copy and Modification Services


Our PCB Copy and Modification Services offer comprehensive solutions for replicating and enhancing existing printed circuit boards. Whether you need to recreate a PCB, modify an existing design, or improve circuit functionality, our expert team utilizes advanced reverse engineering techniques and state-of-the-art tools to deliver high-quality results.

Case Study: Replacing Out-of-Stock Microcontroller in Electronic Device with Alternative

Project Overview:

Our client is a manufacturer of electronic devices, and they contacted us for assistance with a particular device that was experiencing a supply chain problem. The microcontroller used in the device had become out of stock, and the client needed a replacement solution that would allow them to continue producing the device without delays.

Our Solution:

Our team of electronics experts carefully analyzed the schematic and documentation provided by the client, and we proposed a solution to replace the out-of-stock microcontroller with a suitable alternative. We identified a new microcontroller that would be compatible with the device and could perform the necessary functions.

Next, we worked with the client to create a new schematic that incorporated the replacement microcontroller. We carefully reviewed the new design to ensure that all of the necessary connections and components were included.

Once the new schematic was finalized, we created custom firmware to program the replacement microcontroller. Our firmware was designed to replicate the functions of the original microcontroller, so the device could continue to operate as intended.

Results:

Thanks to our solution, our client was able to continue manufacturing their device without any delays or interruptions. The replacement microcontroller performed just as well as the original, and the custom firmware we developed allowed the device to function as intended.

The whole process of schematic analisys, replacement with alternatice microcontroller, firmware development, and production of prototype for verification of the new schematic took around 1 month.

Conclusion:

Our company is committed to provide innovative and effective solutions to our clients' most challenging problems. In this case, we were able to help our client overcome a significant supply chain issue and keep their manufacturing operations running smoothly. Of great importance was the speed with which we were able to complete the project, which helped them avoid any significant losses in production time or revenue.

Case Study: Upgrading an old PCB with TTL Schematic to Microcontroller-based Design

Project Overview:

Our client had an old Printed Circuit Board that was designed with TTL Schematic. However, due to advancements in technology, the TTL-based design was outdated and inefficient. The client approached us to upgrade the PCB with a modern microcontroller-based design. Our task was to design the new PCB, develop firmware for the microcontroller, and test the system.

Our Solution:

We started by analyzing the existing TTL schematic to understand the functionality of the circuit. We created a new schematic diagram that would be compatible with the microcontroller. It was possible to add new functions that was accepted by the client. After designing the new PCB layout, we produced a prototype board and assembled it. We then developed firmware for the microcontroller and tested the system.

Results:

Our client was very satisfied with the new design, as it was able to replace the outdated TTL-based design with a modern and more efficient microcontroller-based system. The new design also provided greater functionality and flexibility, which allowed our client to expand the capabilities of the system.

Conclusion:

Upgrading an old PCB with a TTL Schematic to a modern microcontroller-based design can be a challenging task, but with careful planning and attention to detail, it can be accomplished successfully. Our project shows that by using modern technology, it is possible to significantly improve the performance and efficiency of an outdated system.