Electronics Forum: cleaning low standoff devices (Page 1 of 10)

Low standoff components, flux removal

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 01 12:07:35 EDT 2016 | pavel_murtishev

Is there any field proven spray cleaning technique able to remove flux residues under OSRAM LEDs? Is it possible in principle? The problem is that OSRAM LEDs are low standoff ones and I absolutely have no idea how cleaning agent could get there. Mo

Re: No clean and f devices

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 11 18:28:10 EST 1999 | John Thorup

Hi Jeff Actually it's not necessarily Signal to Noise Ratio or even RF circuitry. All no cleans leave behind residue by description. This residue can affect RF or other high frequency circuits in a number of different ways including SNR. Very high

Re: Handling of Moisture sensitive devices

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 27 20:34:12 EST 2000 | Dave F

Ashok: The real concern about moisture sensitivity is in plastic packaged parts. The plastic packaging used to manufacture surface mount technology devices absorb moisture from the environment. The high temperatures involved in vapor phase/reflow

Seeking very low volume production reflow oven

Electronics Forum | Mon May 01 23:23:58 EDT 2006 | grantp

Hi, I off center idea we used when we started. Get a pasta cooker, and put in vapor phase fluid, and then use that. Place the product in the bottom of the inner pot, and then heat on a small hot plate. When the vapor cloud gets high enough and the

Water wash flux and cleaning

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 19 09:47:23 EDT 2017 | georgetruitt

You have a lot to think about! What does the flux manufacturer recommend as far as specifics like water temp or pressure? Do they recommend high temp di-water a detergent or saponifier? Do you currently have a cleaning machine, batch cleaner or inl

Looking for small Dishwasher type cleaning

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 01 16:16:17 EDT 2004 | DenisM

Hi, I have used these type systems in the past and had trouble with white residue and flux removal under low standoff components. All cleaning systems need DI water and this requirement adds another layer of system cost if you don't have DI availabl

No Clean Flux (Alpha OM5100) low level analog interference

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 13 17:11:12 EDT 2007 | jmelson

Even though this is a "no clean" flux, are you (or the customer) cleaning the boards? If this is truly a low signal level device, there is no way you will get away without cleaning the flux residue. I do a lot of low-level hardware, and we have to

Cleaning Water Soluble Flux under BGA's

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 24 15:15:35 EST 2004 | davef

I think you can effectively clean under any other low standoff device. It's an issue of surface tension, pressure, and flow rate. DI water is the starting point, but the surface tension of straight DI water makes it difficult to get under low stand

CSP/BGA Applications

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 15 13:24:44 EST 2005 | pjc

There is equipment available to clean NC residues off low standoff devices, well below 0.8mm (0.031"), from Speedline Technologies- Electrovert and Accel. See this paper under Accel: "High Reliability Underfill Performance through Proper Flip-Chip D

Crystalized Flux under BGA

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 03 18:11:21 EDT 2004 | davef

Improper washing of water soluable flux residues can be a major contributor to flux residues remaining on the board surface. ;-O That you appear to be only complaining about the pathetic state of the ability of your washer to clean under BGA, it may

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