Electronics Forum | Fri May 03 21:56:31 EDT 2019 | pcbindex1
How to improve the rate of defect of automotive PCB?
Electronics Forum | Sat May 04 12:43:48 EDT 2019 | davef
ISO/TS 16949 is a quality management system for automotive sector
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 23 10:36:51 EDT 2002 | blnorman
Actually this is for automotive (radio). According to TWI (the Welding Institute), European auto makers are mandating that suppliers of electronics replace lead in solder by January 1, 2003. I haven't been able to find which specific automotive com
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 24 16:50:08 EST 2004 | davef
RA and RMA flux residues are "sealed" in a hard, glassy coating that do not require cleaning in many end-use environments. That being said, automotive, automotive underhood, and deep well are in that [ascending] order the three most burtal environme
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 15 06:58:43 EDT 2017 | cyber_wolf
Rob, That's what I suspected but I would be interested to see studies that show that the voids are in fact detrimental to thermal and electrical performance. If the automotive industry is requesting
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 28 10:55:27 EDT 2018 | dleeper
Yup same here. Tier one automotive supplier in north America. Funny thing is the design and pre production phase for automotive products can be 3 years or more. you'd think component vendors would have enough time to adapt.
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 16 03:45:51 EDT 2017 | rob
It's the same thermal issue whether it's a die or package. It's different if it is just a signal trace, but if it's a heatsink pad (LED, FET, Motor driver, PSU IC etc). I think the voiding issue boils down to what the part is actually doing. The or