PCBA Design

Zebulon Solutions designs custom Printed Circuit Board Assemblies (PCBAs) to meet our customers’ specific requirements.  We can start with a napkin, a complete specification, or redesign an existing product, and we can produce proof of concept prototypes up through production optimized designs.

Our electrical engineering staff have collectively designed 100s of boards for all manner of end markets, from mice to proverbial mainframes, from medical devices to consumer electronics to industrial products.  We handle the electrical design as well as schematic capture and PCB layout.

While we can design in virtually all manner of technologies, we have specialize in analog and RF design, sensors and sensor control electronics, and embedded hardware / firmware. We have a special aptitude for the “weird stuff”. As we are also experts on productization, we also excel in designing for manufacturing and in cost reduction redesigns.

Electronic Subsystem Design

More complex electronics often require multiple PCBAs, back and mid planes, and other interconnection both at the hardware and software levels.  These systems are often a mix of custom and off the shelf boards and subsystems.  Zebulon Solutions can take on specific subsystem or system level design authority and / or help with the complex system definition and trade off analysis that is needed to produce function, manufacturing and cost optimized systems.

Much of Zebulon Solutions system level design work is focused on optimization at a system level, which often requires both different skill sets and even different conclusions that simple board level design and optimization.  And system design can span many functional areas, including mechanical, software and aspects of diverse disciplines such as plumbing or control theory.  While we often do not have the specific domain knowledge in all the arcane specialty areas, we can provide the glue to pull these complex systems together.

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