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150 x 300mm Single Sided Phenolic PCB

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Product Description

Kinsten 150 x 300 Single Sided Phenolic PCB

 150 x 300mm Phenolic PCB, 1oz copper, positive presensitized, 1.6mm thick


Kinsten manufacture the positive resist coated printed circuit board (PCB) for many prototyping, educational and low volume applications. Even some high volume applications have used Kinsten PCB to keep the full process secure and in-house.

Phenolic substrate PCB is particularly suitable for less demanding applications. Kinsten only supply it with 1oz copper cladding on one side. The phenolic substrate is coloured brown, and is commonly seen in older electrical equipment. It is easier to cut and drill compared to fibre-glass PCB

However, it is not as robust, and is not suitable for use in situations where vibration or flexing is present. Care in soldering is recommended, as excessive soldering temperature or times can lead to charring more readily than fibre-glass substrate.

The positive resist has good exposure latitude and can produce very detailed track layouts when a suitable artwork and processing is used.


These Kinsten PCBs are one of the easiest and most economical ways to produce a PCB circuit at home.



 Product Details


- Positive acting Presensitized PCB (Kinsten brand)

- High Sensitive photo resist coated

- Short exposing time: 60-90 seconds

- Color varied after exposure

- Store in cool dry area

- Single Sided

- Phenolic

-150 x 300 x 1.6 mm



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Product Reviews

  1. Never a failure 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Dec 2017

    Great product just as it should be. consistent coating for a perfect circuit etc

  2. Professional PCB's for the amateur 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Nov 2013

    These boards give fine detail, are easily drilled and cut.

    Exposure is a breeze with great latitude

    The tracks are substantial in thickness and there is no "bleeding using the Kalex developer

    Lindsay George (Victoria)