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The connections on a PCB should be identical to its corresponding circuit diagram, but while the circuit diagram is arranged to be readable, the PCB layout is arranged to be functional, so there is rarely any visible correlation.

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To Bond Circuit Board Jumper Wires Reply 2017-02-28 03:11:29
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November 10, 2008 - Haverhill, MA CircuitMedic's Flextac Wire Dots replace glues and adhesives with super-sticky tape specially designed and cut to permanently secure circuit board jumper wires. This unique wire tacking product consisting of pre-cut shapes of a thin, flexible polymer film coated on one side with a high performance, electronics grade permanent pressure sensitive adhesive. Flextac Wire Dots conform to the shape of the wire and the board surface providing a high strength bond to quickly and neatly secure jumper wires.
Flextac Wire Dots have excellent initial bond strength that will increase over 72 hours. They can be repositioned during and immediately after initial bonding without causing adhesive transfer or loss of bond strength. High humidity has a minimal effect on adhesive performance and bond strengths are actually slightly higher after exposure for 7 days at 90F (32C) and 90% relative humidity.
Flextac Wire Dots will hold securely after exposure to numerous chemicals including most flux cleaning solutions/sprays, saponifiers, solvents, mild acids and alkalis. Wires will hold securely through a typical circuit board hot water wash.
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FRASER PHILLIPS

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