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IPC J-STD-001E Ionic Cleanliness Standard

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 30 22:51:14 EDT 2013 | cvogel

IPC-J-STD-001E in regards to Ionic Cleanliness standards states less than 1.56 µg/cm² of total NaCL. Assuming a typical electronic process which involves smt, wave, and post-hand soldering and uses NO-Clean flux throughout all process, is it typi

Electromigration Testing

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 31 13:16:23 EDT 2004 | GS

Hi Davef, if by using Omegameter 600 SMD I am reading 1,56 microgram NaCL/sqcm, what is the real value I am measuring? considering the 14 sensitivity ?

Acceptance Criteria Ion Chromatography testing?

Electronics Forum | Thu May 31 10:25:19 EDT 2012 | edmaya33

J-STD-001E, states 1.56um/cm2 NaCl value.

ROSE testing pass / fail

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 21 20:15:49 EST 2022 | arminski

since IPC-J-STD-001 RevH obsoleted the 1.56ug/cm2 UCL of ionic contamination tester in testing using ROSE test, how do you define the acceptable limit per PCB assembly? thanks

Ionic Cleanliness-No clean residues

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 15 11:06:06 EST 2006 | Gman

Hello All, Is Ionic Cleanliness testing using say an Ionograph on No-clean assemblies a valid test? If not, why? I understand factors like PCB cleanliness but is the 1.56ug/in2 IPC criteria valid for no-clean assemblies and can an Ionograph be used

IPC J-STD-001E Ionic Cleanliness Standard

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 05 22:36:38 EDT 2013 | davef

Yes, providing your: * Inbound material does not compromise your process. * Soldering processes apply the proper amount of flux and activate it properly * Material handling does not contaminate your boards Recognize that the IPC requirements of less

Water Quality Requirements to wash boards

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 15 22:37:27 EDT 2002 | davef

Regarding your customer suditor, it would have been nice if you said something like ... Routinely, our testing shall be less than 1.56 microgram/cm^2 NaCl equivalent ionic or ionizable flux residue, according to TM-650, Method 2.3.35 'Detection And

Electromigration Testing

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 31 15:43:41 EDT 2004 | davef

You�re asking the wrong person to give remedial math lessons. Anyhow, here we go: * [1.56 microgram NaCl/cm^2]*[2.54 cm/in]*[2.54 cm/in] = 10.06 microgram NaCl/in^2 * [Omegameter] / [MIL-P-28809 Beckman / Markson] = [10.06 microgram NaCl/in^2] / [GS

Ion Contamination level allowed on Connectors

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 21 13:24:17 EDT 2004 | GS

Hello, does any one please can tell me if any Standard says how much is the Total Ion Contamination ( ugr/NaCl sqcm equivalent, Br- in particular way) allowed on Connector surface/body ? (ie. DIMM connectors, and similar). Many Thanks in advan

Deionized Water Standards

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 05 18:16:37 EST 2009 | adamcrum

Can somebody help me to understand what standards are in place for deinozed water for cleaning circuit boards. I know they are supposed to be in acordance with J-STD-001D, but what does that entail? All I can find on the internet is that J-STD-001D a

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