With our experience, know-how, and fully equipped facility, Roscan Electronics offer a full electronics manufacturing service. From supplying the bare circuit board right through to building and testing your finished product, we are the perfect one-stop solution.
We offer product development, rapid prototyping and contract manufacturing for all aspects of electronic equipment.
Whether you need PCBs, circuit board assembly, wiring assemblies, equipment test or complete box or product build, or you have a concept that needs to become reality, a production run that needs to be delivered rapidly, Roscan Electronics has both the experience and fulfilment capacity.
Our engineers are trained and certified in IPC/WHMA-A-610 for PCB assembly and IPC/WHMA-A-620 for cable manufacture.
These qualifications along with a proven quality culture and a track record of some 40 years, has lead to us being approved by many leading defence and aerospace companies. We are committed to continual development, so you can be assured that when you choose Roscan Electronics, you're choosing quality you can trust.
We source our printed circuit boards from approved fabricators both in the UK and offshore. This enables us to provide every board technology available. Board population, cable harness manufacturing, and electromechanical assembly are all carried out at our specialised facility in Wokingham.
Materials Control Manager
Multinational defence & aerospace company
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