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Soldering the Kingston BGA eMMC32G-W525

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#80934

Soldering the Kingston BGA eMMC32G-W525 | 21 August, 2018

Hello,

We are having difficulty soldering the above BGA. We believe it may be a high temp ball on this BGA. Cannot get info on this part. Anyone ever use it in mfg?

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#80936

Soldering the Kingston BGA eMMC32G-W525 | 22 August, 2018

Doesn't look like it would be deliberately high temp for it's functionality or package type, unless it was accidental on a batch at the packaging plant.

To get the datasheet you have to either go through the "request Info" on https://www.kingston.com/en/embedded/emmc or kick your purchasing team to request it from the supplier.

Can you afford to sacrifce a board and try and place it with tacky flux instead of paste, preferably via a BGA rework station so you can see what is going on, and possibly counter any contamination?

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#80938

Soldering the Kingston BGA eMMC32G-W525 | 22 August, 2018

Hi rob,

I did request info from Kingston but their on-line help is basically no help. they bounce your around from one group to another.

we have reflowed the part at high temp settings and it does seem to work. I was just wondering if I could get confirmation that this is truly a high temp part? If so, I would change my solder paste and profile to accommodate.

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#80947

Soldering the Kingston BGA eMMC32G-W525 | 23 August, 2018

Got the solder profile, but can't direct mail you as for some reason my email isn't verified any more.

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#80950

Soldering the Kingston BGA eMMC32G-W525 | 23 August, 2018

If you can scrap a board and part then drill a small hole through the other side and attach a thermocouple to a ball in the middle when you run a profile.

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