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Moisture Sensitive Device over baked

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 15 02:49:35 EST 2002 | nifhail

What are the consequences of having the Moisture sensitive component to be overbaked. Say if the specs. calls for 125 C +/- 5 C for 48 hours, but they components were accidently left in the oven during a weekend, wih the oven still operating, to make

Moisture Sensitive Device over baked

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 15 08:33:59 EST 2002 | fmonette

The joint IPC/JEDEC standard currently specifies a limit of one bake cycle, regardless of the temprature or duration. In the proposed revision this will be replaced by a maximum cumulative duration of 48 hours at 125C. The reason identified for thi

baked on water soluble flux residue betwwen fine pitch comp.

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 01 14:12:50 EST 2000 | Jim M.

My company currently uses water soluble paste for our SMT process. We were having trouble retaining hot water in our in line, closed loop DI cleaner. The cleaner kept shutting down when the water temp. dropped below 125C. As a result, the conveyor

CHEMTRONICS FLUX OFF HEAVY DUTY- any body else use this to remove baked on RMA flux?

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 20 15:10:56 EST 2017 | bstogsdill

Aerospace/military application- we have recently installed an SMT line. Our prior cleaning of RMA flux was Isopropyl Alcohol only, but with the reflow oven on line, the flux is now baked on. I am looking into FLUX OFF cleaner for removal of t

Re: baked on water soluble flux residue betwwen fine pitch comp.

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 01 16:02:33 EST 2000 | Jim M

Thanks for your reply. I 've tried to clarify and answer your questions. The water soluble paste used is WS3060, type 4. The boards are sent through a inline di cleaner after reflow. There is a hot Di waterwash, rinse and then hot air to dry the wa

CHEMTRONICS FLUX OFF HEAVY DUTY- any body else use this to remove baked on RMA flux?

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 14 16:00:50 EST 2018 | cbart

We have used it,, mixed results, cleans well, but can as you would imagine destroy plastic, i've had operators soak product and that caused problems, it also destroys any marking labels. we also use different Saponifiers to remove residues in the pas

Re: baked on water soluble flux residue betwwen fine pitch comp.

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 01 15:37:50 EST 2000 | Dason C

Jim, you may need to look with different paste instead of the cleaning solvent. Please advise what is the paste which you currently using? Beside, when you talking about the board stayed in hot area, is it a drying area or the cleaning zone. If it

Re: baked on water soluble flux residue betwwen fine pitch comp.

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 01 17:03:57 EST 2000 | Dave F

Curious, very curious ... Residues � Where are these residues? [solder & laminate / mask, solder only, laminate / mask only] What is the result of your analysis to the residues? How do you know it�s a flux residue, rather than a chemical by product

To bake or not to bake?

Electronics Forum | Sat Sep 26 22:08:07 EDT 1998 | Jeff Sanchez

I recieved a pack of sensitive IC's that said they needed to be baked befor certain processes. If I need to do rework, do I have to bake prior to single soldering of these IC's. Or can I just place one as needed by hand with out baking? Any info woul

If we could bake the Board with OSP finish?

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 05 13:37:28 EDT 2004 | davef

Baking your boards will redue the amount of OSP on the board. If you use the boards quickly, you probably will not have a problem with baking [and don't bake too long]. Why do you want bake this board?

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