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Reliability assessment SnPb joints to lead-free component

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 08 12:14:58 EDT 2005 | patrickbruneel

Could you describe the problem you encounter

Reliability assessment SnPb joints to lead-free component

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 07 19:24:26 EDT 2005 | Joseph

Dear all, Recently we encountered some functionality failure when using lead-free component(Sn99.3/Cu0.7)at SnPb(Sn63Pb37) wave soldering process. Can lead-free component use at non-lead free process? Any input/idea are much appreciated. Rgds

Reliability assessment SnPb joints to lead-free component

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 09 06:15:17 EDT 2005 | Clampron

Joseph, We have all been using lead free components for some time. Many passive already have a Pb free plating and we have not seen catastophic failures on them. From the information I have seen, I think this should be OK (with the exception of BGA'

Reliability assessment SnPb joints to lead-free component

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 09 10:55:37 EDT 2005 | patrickbruneel

Hi Joseph, It's difficult to troubleshoot if the defect is unknown, but I agree with Chris The majority of components are already lead-free and only 17% of the worldwide electronics industry switched to lead-free wave and/or paste so the majority o

Reliability assessment SnPb joints to lead-free component

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 09 05:04:05 EDT 2005 | Joseph

Dear Patrick, Unfortunately we do not know what exactly the failure as our customer refuse to reveal to us. From visual inspection the solder joints are smooth and shiny as per IPC-A-610 requirements. The component supplier (IR) commended that they

Need help on assessment of effect of temperature and humidity in battery consumption

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 24 21:00:58 EDT 2018 | marlonbc

Hi All, Would just like to course through this concern on a product that we are contracted to assemble. It is mainly used for an automatic hand sanitizer dispensing product. By design there is a restrictive value of current that it needs to dissipat

Automatic Optical Inspection

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 10 08:24:45 EDT 2002 | davef

Most AOI discussion should include assessment of escapes and programming time.

Who Performs SPC in your Facility?

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 26 07:32:05 EDT 2008 | davef

Our operators enter and assess data into charts with limits determined by QA stats-types.

How to identify SMT line's capacity

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 28 12:09:17 EDT 2010 | davef

In 2002, the IPC released IPC 9850 for use in assessing placement machine performance.

Re: solder paste profiles

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 24 21:47:22 EST 2000 | Dave F

Interesting, Gary. Try this: 1 Assess candidate solders by reviewing J-STD-006 (http://canfieldmetals.com/j-std006.htm) to determine solder formulations that have liquidous temperatures in the desired range. 2 Request recommended profiles from supp

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