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Hardware for ROHS builds

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 06 18:02:25 EST 2006 | stepheniii

Does the hardware in question actually have non-ROHS material in them or is it strictly a paperwork issue? Would you be able to buy the hardware and have a lab test it for the banned substances? If they are not there, I wonder how many you would ha

What do you do ?

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 14 10:31:31 EDT 2006 | aj

"due diligence" could come into play here. Read the attached webpage from the UK enforcers! http://www.rohs.gov.uk/content.aspx?id=7 aj...

UIC going down?

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 06 08:58:15 EST 2009 | tech1

We are not happy at all about this one. I guess Due Diligence was not a concern when my boss was wined and dined.

IP3 MFU Y adjustment

Electronics Forum | Sat Feb 28 09:32:24 EST 2015 | assuredtech

That would be a mechanical adjustment however I would be a little suspect about why it is off and if you did your due diligence to isolate it.

Why did you choose Kyzen or Zestron chemistries? What was their initial appeal?

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 28 11:21:59 EDT 2021 | cyber_wolf

Both companies are good. I had no red flag experiences with either. Tell your OP that it pays to do your due diligence on your specific product and equipment. You may have variables that differ from others.

Component Testing for RoHS

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 24 15:44:48 EDT 2006 | andersg1

Slaine, We are looking at XRF for RoHS due diligence. . . We have looked at a couple of hand-held, but wonder if they will get us where we need to be. . . are looking at benchtops. Would you be willing to contact me off-line regarding what you ha

RoHS Compliant PCB Repair Kit

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 27 14:07:36 EDT 2006 | markhoch

I understand that most PCB Repair kits do not contain lead. (Being "RoHS Compliant" and being "Lead-Free" are two seperate things.) I'm just looking for a kit that has been deemed "RoHS Compliant" by the manufacturer, and labeled as such to show "Due

Re: Moisture ingression on components

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 14 09:14:29 EDT 2000 | Rich Ziebell

C.Long, Have you thought of using a barcode reader system? Though costly, such a sytem would minimize the room for error and neglect by your operators. Yes, physical tickets would still need to be applied (barcodes labels) but there would be less ef

XRF Testing....an absolute necessity??

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 12 15:43:57 EST 2006 | amol_kane

Hi all, while looking at some XRF equipment, a question arose as to the need for testing lead-free components at the CEM facility.....if a CEM has RoHS compliancy certificates from component vendors, is that "Due diligent enough" to absolve the CEM o

silicone conformal coat and electrical contacts

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 26 16:47:35 EST 2007 | electronhose

IMHO I would avoid sprayed silicones like the plague. They can travel around your facility and cause solder wetting issues that you will never know the root cause for. Also found this e-drive article on using silicones around motors and relays. Loo

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