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SMD mounting method

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 04 04:16:56 EST 1999 | Joni Siipola

I'm researching SO-8 power RF device mounting methods. Possible mounting method 1. Via thru holes Still the thermal resistance of the PCB too high Do you have suggestions for mounting the component, PCB/?

PoP parts

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 16 19:17:11 EDT 2014 | hegemon

OK, POP already done, and you are mounting the POP device. You are seeing opens. Opens at the device/PWB? or opens at the device/device interface? Or possibly both? 'hege

Re: MSD in asembly and rework

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 24 09:48:15 EST 1998 | Steve Schrader

Do you know if there is an IPC standard or industry standard that addresses the proper process for handling MSD's in the production environment....? (rework etc.) Not the receiving area. Thanks so much, Robin Arnold PCB Development Har

Ceramic Substrates

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 17 08:40:04 EDT 2001 | dave_bond

I have done a search of the Forum and didn't really see what I was looking for. We could be doing a 12" x 10" x .060" single sided ceramic PCB with all surface mount devices. Are there any "secerts" or "things to watch out for" when processing cerami

piece part handling

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 02 14:25:14 EDT 2003 | Earl Wildes

Greetings. Does anyone know of a good reference on the proper physical handling of surface mount devices? We have a number of very small builds, so our stockroom is very often issuing single piece quantities. The parts are protected from ESD, but

SMD flatness standard

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 20 12:03:42 EST 2006 | ferqs

Good morning Ken, Thank you for your feedback. Just as a clarification, SMD stands for Surface Mount Device. Although my end product, in this case, is a SMD, it might be also referenced as a board. In the other hand, what I get from your feedback i

SMD mounting height

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 17 07:45:43 EDT 1998 | Robert Meston

We have to mount our SMD devices 0.1 to 0.4 mm off the pcb PCb substrate to compensate for thermal stressing in a Space enviroment. Has any one any ideas or contacts for dissolvable pads. this only applies to leadless components

BGA REWORK ISSUE

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 08 14:52:40 EDT 2013 | hegemon

The smaller ball "missing" from the lower left is from solder migrating down into the adjacent via. The solder mask may have been damaged or missing prior to mounting the BGA device. The larger balls at the top right are due to uneven heating during

Re: SMD mounting method

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 04 20:31:10 EST 1999 | Dave F

I'm researching SO-8 power RF device mounting methods. Possible mounting method 1. Via thru holes Still the thermal resistance of the PCB too high Do you have suggestions for mounting the component, PCB/? Joni: What is it ab

Re: BGA PROFILE

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 02 09:47:45 EST 1999 | Justin Medernach

Hi everybody. Somebody know any consideration or special care to make a profile for BGA's. any advice is aprecied. thanks Al Carrillo Hi Al, A BGA should be looked at just like any other surface mount device. However, just


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