Webinar Series Continues with focus on high-voltage PCB design.February 8, 2011 -
As part of IPC's Online Education Winter Webinars, industry expert and inventor Robert Tarzwell will present Design of High Voltage PCBs on February 15 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am Central time. This presentation will discuss concerns with design and fabrication technologies needed to successfully make high-voltage PCBs. Attendees will receive one free eBook: Designing High Voltage PCBs, from DMRPCB.com.
Tarzwell to Present High Voltage Webinar as Part of IPC Online Technical Education: Winter Webinars
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Press release date: January 29, 2011
Freeport The Bahamas: IPC announced recently that industry expert and inventor Robert Tarzwell will be presenting a webinar on the Design of High Voltage PCBs as part of their Online Education Winter Webinars. Tarzwell's webinar will be presented on Tuesday, February 15 10:00 am - 11:00 am Central time.
This presentation will discuss concerns with design and fabrication technologies needed to successfully make a high-voltage PCB. The special needs of high-voltage are quite different from normal PCB design, with trace separations for arcing, and special higher-dielectric laminates for reduced corona generations. As voltage increases, its effect on PCBs must be monitored in order to minimize destructive forces, such as an arc or generated plasma corona. Attendees will receive a FREE eBook: Designing High Voltage PCBs, a $10.00 value from DMRPCB.com.
What Attendees Will Learn: Aged Effect of Laminates Dielectric Ratings Preventing Arc Over Design With Layer-to-Layer and Track Spacings Dialectic Ratings of Various Laminates Difference in High-Voltage Ratings on Design Difference in High-Voltage Signal Waveforms on Design High-Voltage Rated Laminates Effects of Corona Elimination of Corona Generation Effects of Assembly Techniques on High- Voltage Boards
About the Instructor
Robert Tarzwell is an author and consultant to the PCB industry. His current focus is on advanced printed circuit technology. His 45 years of experience include ownership of an R&D manufacturing company. Robert has three pending patent applications in fine lines, high reliability and outer space printed circuits. Robert recently completed a five- year contract with Sierra Proto Express, where he developed and transferred 20 advanced new products.
More about the webinars: How to register Online registration opens January 27 - please mark your calendar for update at www.ipc.org/Events.
High-Voltage PCB Design Tuesday, February 15 | 10:00 am - 11:00 am Central time Webinar session will run for one hour: slide presentation followed by question & answer session.
IPC Technical Education Online brings industry experts to you. Each one-hour session will focus on a critical issue facing the industry. Your registration fee includes all individuals participating at one log in, so gather the team and discover answers to your pressing questions. Registration for each session is $75 for IPC members and $100 standard industry rate. Stretch your training budget Use one login - with your whole team in the room - a great value. After January 27, register online for your login, and then send out those meeting invitations! See the IPC Events Calendar after January 27 for updated information and online registration: www.ipc.org/Events Questions? Contact Laurie Delfosse, professional development coordinator, at +1 847-597-2877.