Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 20 16:08:43 EST 2001 | CAL
As long as the bag integrety is not sacrificed I would put it back into production. no tears, wear, exessive labels, folds........ In a previous life many moons ago.......we would have our receiving department put returned field failures in used ba
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 19 20:52:58 EST 2001 | zam_bri
This may sounds silly....but, still need to have some info on this. Anyone has an experience in recycling the ESD bag. If any, pls help me with the followings : - How many cycles can the ESD bag can be used. - How do we mark the ESD bag to make sur
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 19 21:13:53 EST 2001 | davef
Check http://www.esdjournal.com/techpapr/ryne/esdbags.htm for some answers to your questions. We have found that the costs for testing and keeping track of use cycles make this more trouble than it's worth.
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 17 09:01:26 EST 2022 | sarason
An NDS9936 is a SO-8 MOSFET since this is a SO-16, its likely to be 2, easier enough to chack by compareing the pin patterns. It is what you would expect on a board which is remote on a car harness, and has a control circuit. sarason
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 16 20:50:57 EST 2022 | mihai_voivod
Its hard to answer your questions with fuzzy pictures, no background, or a schematics/BOM. Your best bet for good answers is to contact the manufacturer or obtain another board so you have spare parts. In the 1st picture The epoxy is there probably t
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 16 23:20:40 EST 2022 | sarason
UAAA1280T is a Supervisory Circuit AIRBAG from Phillips/NXP ie voltage checking/current checking easily found in datasheet archive. TLC2274 is a Quad Low-Noise Rail-To-Rail Operational Amplifier CMD9936 could be a Dual MOSFET? What are you trying to
Electronics Forum | Wed May 16 11:49:52 EDT 2007 | stepheniii
You want Moisture Barrier Bags (MBB). It is possible you are calling these bags, standard anti-static bags. If you can see anything through the bag, they are not what you want to use for vacuum sealing. In any case make sure you get MBBs.
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 25 20:01:26 EDT 2009 | davef
We don't use bags like you describe. All of our bags are ESD shield bags that have dissipative and antistatic attributes. We'd be uneasy about the zip lock closure thing. Use your static field meter to determine the charge generated by opening and
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 08 02:06:52 EDT 2007 | desun
Excuse me, I wonder how this bag working.
Electronics Forum | Sat Dec 14 10:10:04 EST 2002 | davef
This is a good idea. Heck, you could fill the bags with sand, if you wanted. Like anything else in the shop, bean bags require attention and maintenance. If you don't, eventually the seams on the bags loosen / break and you have to do a "clean-u