Our Services
PCB & layout design
Speed Electronics specializes in PCB and layout design.
We are working with the best and most effective software in the market (Altium,Cadence Allegro, Xpedition and CAD) in order to assure a high-end design.
Our capabilities includes a full design flow from start to finish including working on the schematic , developing the components library , gerbers production, signal integrity, electrical checks and verification, and QC for the PCB layout before manufacturing.
With over 35 years of experience working with industry leaders, our design team has the ability to focus on the most minor details to support your project, no matter the size and complexity. We know how much important is the customer service for our clients, we will provide you with this added value you are looking for.

Our engineering team has years of experience in all types of PCB's, and they know how to translate your electrical schematics to a well-designed PCB, keeping in mind the rules and restrictions.
Nothing is too difficult; it's just a matter of hard work and knowledge.
Electrical engineering:
Speed Electronics provide electrical engineering services to its clients. We have designed and produced high volume electronic products for all the main sectors in the market please find sectors details here. We also offer mechanical engineering services so you will get a one-stop-shop for any technical project you are working on.
Learn more about electrical engineering
Electrical engineering is an engineering discipline concerned with the study, design and application of equipment, devices and systems which use electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism.
Specifically, this covers design, analysis, testing, manufacture, and maintenance of systems and devices that generate or transmit electricity or use electricity as a power source.
Electrical engineers work in a very wide range of industries and the skills required are likewise variable. These range from circuit theory to the management skills of a project manager.
How can we help you?
Speed Electronics' engineering team can help you with your circuitry needs, whether it's analog or digital, simple or complex.
Whether you are starting from just an idea, wants to develop a next generation product, or just looking to achieve better performance – our experienced engineers are here for you.
At Speed Electronics, we also offer support with Signal integrity analysis.
Manufacturing
Speed Electronics offers PCB manufacturing services at the highest standards, so you will have the best match for your technology and industry requirements. We take 100% of the work associated with the manufacturing out of your hands completely.

We will make sure to run all the necessary tests and electrical checks in order to prevent any production failures.

Your dedicated project manager will work directly with our engineers to manage your project from start to finish. They will handle everything from working with the designer, getting the stack up at the beginning of the layout, placing orders with the vendors and managing shipping & delivery schedules.

Our streamlined process and project managers allow you to free up internal resources and further ensure that prototypes are delivered on schedule.
More about PCB manufacturing:
Printed circuit boards are separated into three categories: 1, 2, and 3.
These categories are reflecting the quality level of each circuit board type, from the lowest (Class 1 standards) to highest (Class 3 standards). This classification system was developed and is monitored by IPC under the IPC-6011 standard.
Perhaps the major difference between the 3 classes is the degree of inspection electronics assemblies must undergo and the quality standards to which they're subjected. Understanding the classes and their requirements can be helpful to OEMs who aren't sure to which class their product should belong. Factors like customer requirements and cost can weigh heavily into deciding which class to pursue.
Let's take a look at the IPC class definitions and when you should consider each of them a possibility for your product:
Class 1 Electronics:
General Electronics Products
IPC CLASS DEFINITIONS
Class 2 Electronics:
Dedicated Service Electronics Products
Class 3 Electronics:
High-Reliability Electronics Products
CLASS 1 – GENERAL ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS
The first electronic products class is referred to as the "general electronics" category. This consists of boards with the lowest quality requirements and is mostly found in products with an expected short life cycle.

Take for example a Spiderman action-figure you'd buy for your kid. You push on a button and the figure says its famous catchphrase. 6 or 7 weeks later, the figure stops working properly, would you be surprise? Probably not.

These electronics are being made to a lowest standard, so you'd expect a cheap toy will not working after a while of use.
CLASS 2 – DEDICATED SERVICE ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS
Class 2 electronic devices encompass all electronics where continued performance and an extended life cycle is required - to a point. Uninterrupted service is desired, but not critical. Along with what's in the chart above, IPC Class 2 examples include: Televisions, Air conditioners, Tablets etc.

In other words, these are items where an early life cycle failure would have you red-faced and slamming your fist, but wouldn't put your life at risk.

Keep in mind: You'll want to know which class you want to pursue prior to board design, as products must be specially designed for Class 2 and Class 3 specifications. A board designed for IPC Class 2 specifications can potentially achieve many of the same build requirements for Class 3, but rarely all of them.
CLASS 3 – HIGH RELIABILITY ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS
The third class of circuit boards are subject to strict guidelines due to their importance in the field.

While Class 1 electronics are usually cheap and easily replaceable items and Class 2 electronics are more important and require a longer life cycle, Class 3 electronics are mission-critical items. Whether it's a pacemaker or a military radar, a product that needs to meet IPC Class 3 requirements must use high-reliability electronic components to ensure uninterrupted service.

These electronics are usually the highest of quality, and many OEM products that could pass as Class 2 opt for the IPC Class 3 standard because the benefits of higher-quality electronics outweigh the cost of additional testing and inspection.
CLASS 1 – GENERAL ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS
The first electronic products class is referred to as the "general electronics" category. This consists of boards with the lowest quality requirements and is mostly found in products with an expected short life cycle.

Take for example a Spiderman action-figure you'd buy for your kid. You push on a button and the figure says its famous catchphrase. 6 or 7 weeks later, the figure stops working properly, would you be surprise? Probably not.

These electronics are being made to a lowest standard, so you'd expect a cheap toy will not working after a while of use.
CLASS 2 – DEDICATED SERVICE ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS
Class 2 electronic devices encompass all electronics where continued performance and an extended life cycle is required - to a point. Uninterrupted service is desired, but not critical. Along with what's in the chart above, IPC Class 2 examples include: Televisions, Air conditioners, Tablets etc.

In other words, these are items where an early life cycle failure would have you red-faced and slamming your fist, but wouldn't put your life at risk.

Keep in mind: You'll want to know which class you want to pursue prior to board design, as products must be specially designed for Class 2 and Class 3 specifications. A board designed for IPC Class 2 specifications can potentially achieve many of the same build requirements for Class 3, but rarely all of them.
CLASS 3 – HIGH RELIABILITY ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS
The third class of circuit boards are subject to strict guidelines due to their importance in the field.

While Class 1 electronics are usually cheap and easily replaceable items and Class 2 electronics are more important and require a longer life cycle, Class 3 electronics are mission-critical items. Whether it's a pacemaker or a military radar, a product that needs to meet IPC Class 3 requirements must use high-reliability electronic components to ensure uninterrupted service.

These electronics are usually the highest of quality, and many OEM products that could pass as Class 2 opt for the IPC Class 3 standard because the benefits of higher-quality electronics outweigh the cost of additional testing and inspection.
PCB consulting:
Our 16 in-house engineers are experienced and skilled with vast knowledge. They will ensure that you will get the best from your PCB flow.

PCB Design and schematics conversions
We are experienced in helping customers move to other versions of the software, as well as transitioning to other flows. This includes updating/converting existing designs, schematics, and libraries
Library set-up:
Speed Electronics can provide a few solutions for your symbol needs. We can rapidly create library parts and symbols from the manufacturers datasheet, and we also can migrate an existing library which will quickly bring all your libraries into your latest design.