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tmc5160 vs tmc2209, how are the main differences

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 27 08:18:23 EDT 2023 | avaqsemi

what are the main differences tmc5160 vs tmc2209?

PCB laminate dielectric absorption

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 13 13:42:57 EST 2000 | Mike Ihm

The dielectic absorption characteristic of printed circuit board materials is usually not listed on the manufacturers spec. sheets. Can anyone point me in a direction to help determine which laminate materials might exhibit better dielectric absorpt

Re: Collumn Grid Array

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 27 15:30:12 EDT 1999 | Aaron Unterborn

Phuc, One word of advice... Be sure to investigate your rework capabilities if you are going to use ceramic components. It gets tricky and expensive.

tmc5160 vs tmc2209, how are the main differences

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 27 21:39:48 EDT 2023 | sarason

Stepper motor drivers from Analog Devices? Send an email to Analog Devices and talk to a rep or go on the EEVBlog Forum and ask in https://www.eevblog.com/forum/beginners/ or https://www.eevblog.com/forum/projects/ regards sarason

Re: Collumn Grid Array

Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 23 23:35:26 EDT 1999 | JAX

Phuc, John is correct about the physical dimensions of the part and the problems surrounding them. This does not mean they are a problem for SMT. They can be placed with little trouble by the machines if you can spend the money on the right equipme

Collumn Grid Array

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 18 20:06:27 EDT 1999 | Phuc Nguyen

I am researching a process call Collumn Grid Array for the BGA. Please email me if you have some knowledge about this process. The problem is ceramic BGA has different thermal coefficient with PCB (FR-4) material, and in extreme temperature (-40 C-

Re: Collumn Grid Array

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 22 09:44:42 EDT 1999 | John Bashe

The CCGA package is difficult to handle and automate in the assembly process. The leads can be fragile, and vision recognition of the package and leads is difficult. Special lighting and/or a special vision algorithm will probably be needed if you wa

Re: Collumn Grid Array

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 19 15:16:38 EDT 1999 | Frank Stryker

The CCGA is like a BGA except that the columns are more square looking and there are many more of them. They are made of lead so they are very fragile. They are very expensive. There is a special cleaning process they have to go through once it has b


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