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BGA Rework Equipment

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 06 11:14:58 EST 2007 | CL

Good Morning All, We are looking at new equipment for reworking BGA components that is RoHS capable. I wanted to get a feel for what others in the industry are using and get some feedback good or bad on these systems. We are currently using an Air

A BGA reports (RoHS related of course)

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 09 11:33:23 EST 2007 | samir

Patrick, the suspense is killing me. What happens next?? I can't wait for the "conclusion."

A BGA reports (RoHS related of course)

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 12 02:02:25 EST 2007 | lococost

:s I'd be frightened too if I had SAC305 in my balls.

A BGA reports (RoHS related of course)

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 12 02:17:32 EST 2007 | Wayne

Most of the semi-con is using SAC305 balls. Only the PCB assembly house feels the heat, but semi-con never feels any pressure.

Reflow Profile Design

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 15 11:34:49 EDT 2007 | cman

What is the board finish? Did you profile built assy and get the temps on the board with a t/c in the board? DId you drill the BGA and get the t/c at the ball? When the parts came off the board did all of hte solder come off the pads and stay with th

Oop's Pb BGA's in a RoHS process?

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 20 10:15:44 EDT 2006 | samir

Again, the verdict is mixed here as well, but from the seminars, white papers, etc. the consensus seems to be that Pb BGA's are not compatible in a Pb-Free RoHS Process...but... Pb-Free SAC BGA's are compatible in a Sn-Pb process as long as your pro

Oop's Pb BGA's in a RoHS process?

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 16 16:14:19 EDT 2006 | jbrower

Hi Grant, I can't speak for reliability, I don't know how your boards are going to be used or what alloys you are using. As for RoHS compliancy as far as I understand the cut off if July 1. So any boards sold before that in the EU are OK. Best regard

ROHS 6/6 BGA device in Non-ROHS reflow

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 18 11:43:42 EDT 2010 | hegemon

Use the forums nice search feature above. "Lead Free BGA" Lots of info. In short it seems the general consensus is that you are pretty much safe using your lead free BGA in a tin lead process, provided you run your peaks a little higher, and your

Oop's Pb BGA's in a RoHS process?

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 19 10:23:05 EDT 2006 | slaine

whats an x-rated tool?? sounds like something you can buy in the amsterdam redlight district.

Oop's Pb BGA's in a RoHS process?

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 19 21:52:17 EDT 2006 | packerfan56

300 balls) was very negative. The lab gave us an estimate of 24~48 hours of run time before failure. I have had a number of lab experiences but never with as definate a report.


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