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Solder Paste Evaluation

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 16 12:17:49 EST 2006 | slthomas

Not to mention the addition of solder paste getting into an uncontrolled waste stream, being washed in the same appliances as someone's baby bibs, burp rags, etc.

Basic Soldering question, I don't know where to turn to.

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 05 10:25:30 EST 2019 | dwl

Is this a DYI appliance repair? is their a part marking on the xformer? It might be better to replace the whole part.

Handling PCB assy's

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 06 11:12:33 EST 2002 | blnorman

I agree whole heartedly. Unfortunately in the different industries I've worked (garment, appliance, aerospace, and now electronics) this is a common issue. These procedures are in place for product reliability as well as safety. I trained at the

Conformal coating requirement

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 05 00:08:32 EDT 2015 | acepa

Hi, I need a recommendation for a manufacturer on a reasonable cost conformal coating (silicone or other). This is a US domestic appliance PCB 9 volts only that must be dipped. Silicone or other could be unused. There is a standard RJ45 socket I wher

ISO Registered vs ISO Certified

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 01 09:37:00 EDT 2015 | emeto

That is very sad. Having the ISO also applies more cost to your product, as you need to pay for the standard and somebody to maintain it after you have it. In the mean time your quality might get worst ;) I can sign that years back(before ISO) electr

Lead-free solder alloy: SN100C from AIM solder

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 10 21:47:17 EDT 2005 | Geoff

Nihon superior could not provide any written aprovals but In asia.......... Sony- SN100C in use for car and home audio applications. Panasonic- SN100C in use for DVD, VCR, battery, and home appliances applications. Pioneer- SN100C in use for everythi

UPS and ROHS Compliance

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 27 16:50:22 EST 2006 | patrickbruneel

GS I am not a lawyer and the European directive has a lot of grey areas. But if you look at 1.2 in the link I send you it states that when an appliance can still function when the electrical current is off this type of equipment is not covered by di

Re: Humidity Control

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 24 07:28:01 EST 2000 | Chris May

Victor, I am wondering why you are keeping the RH as low as 32% ?? The lower you go, the higher your ESD problems will be. The voltages generated at about 40% are roughly halved when you reach 55% I believe that an acceptable level is about 55%-65

Rollback the Lead-Free Initiative by Dr. Howard Johnson

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 02 16:46:12 EDT 2008 | jmelson

Yeah, way back in the beginning, I was VERY suspecious of the whole thing, as car batteries that had KILOS of lead in them were not regulated in any manner. It seems to me a car battery smashed in a wreck and spilled into the storm drains is 10,000

Rollback the Lead-Free Initiative by Dr. Howard Johnson

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 09 18:36:08 EDT 2008 | jmelson

Just to clarify, I tried to read a summary of the Oko institute report, but it was in some word processor format I wasn't quite compatible with. But, I did get some of it. It appeared to restrict ANY use of nickel (couldn't tell if that was in allo

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