SAC305 is a lead-free alloy that contains 96.5 % tin, 3% silver, and 0.5% copper. This alloy falls under the JEIDA recommendation for lead-free soldering. When used in wave soldering, AIM’s SAC305 bar solder offers far superior fluidity as compared t
FCT Assembly Fluxes are designed to be used with both SN100c and SAC305 alloys. By combining our latest flux tecnologies with SN100c, FCT Assembly has an advantage over all other suppliers in paste, wire and flux. FCT Assembly Flux Comparisons:
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 27 08:38:03 EDT 2006 | email@example.com
I tried some SN100C from AIM... On only one array. It flowed well on the chips but did not like the finish on the SOT23's on the board. I did not have enough arrays to mess around, so we switched it over to SAC305 and had no issues. I'm guessing w
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 15 10:48:34 EST 2007 | ck_the_flip
Is there anybody out there doing this scenario: SAC 305 Reflow & SN100C Wave and Selective Can the 2 alloys be mixed on 1 board, say, SAC 305 for SMT, and SN100C for thru-hole? Are 2 different rework chemistries needed, or can one use SN100c wire
Industry News | 2010-09-01 21:50:50.0
Nihon Superior Co. Ltd., a supplier of advanced soldering materials to the global market, announces that SN100C wets and spreads faster than SAC305.
Industry News | 2010-09-14 17:20:46.0
Nihon Superior Co. Ltd., a supplier of advanced soldering materials to the global market, has released a video demonstrating the results of an evaluation comparing the wettability and spreadability of SN100C and SAC305 solder alloys on stranded wire.
Technical Library | 2008-03-31 21:35:36.0
While the situation varies from country to country, nearly one year after the EU RoHS Directive came into force implementation of lead-free solder is progressing steadily. For lead-free soldering to be considered successful it is not sufficient just to have dealt with the challenges of mass production. It is also necessary to establish that the soldered joints produced are at least as reliable as those made with Sn-37Pb alloy. In this context "reliability" means the length of time in service that the initial functionality of the joint can be maintained. In this paper we will discuss some of the issues involved in solder joint reliability through a comparison of the properties of two alloys that are widely used for lead-free wave soldering, SAC305 (Sn-3.0Ag-0.5Cu) and the Sn, Cu, Ni, Ge alloy SN100C.
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Understanding the Reality of New, High Reliability Solders
High Reliability Lead-free Solder SN100C(Sn-0.7Cu-0.05Ni+Ge) High Reliability Lead-free Solder SN100C(Sn-0.7Cu-0.05Ni+Ge) While the situation varies from country to country, nearly one year after the EU RoHS Directive came into force