A Printed Circuit Board is the building block of an electronics system. It electrically connects electronic components using conductive pathways, conductive tracks, and pads. PCB manufactured from one or more sheet layers of copper laminated onto and/or between sheet layers of a non-conductive substrate. This general-purpose prototyping board, also known as Vero Board or Zero PCB. It measures 6 inches by 4 inches with a hole spacing of standard 2.54mm. The solder pads are tin coated which makes it soldering friendly. This board provides mechanical strength thus quickly builds and tests circuit boards for testing and prototyping purposes or for making breakout boards.
General Purpose PCBs designed as already printed boards. The circuit traces prepared using chemicals and just small soldering required to place just the components in the desired places. A PCB 6*4 size inch made of high-quality FR4 base material with a size of 12*18inches. These boards have a wide range of applications in high-energy or high-frequency devices such as DC-DC converters or high-power MOSFETs that need to be prototyped on boards of this type rather than using solderless breadboards. In order to handle heavy current transients, the components placed closely together with robust connections. Thus these types of PCB used in products with permanently mounting components and wires via soldering for permanent use.