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Acceptance Criteria Ion Chromatography testing?

Electronics Forum | Thu May 31 21:45:48 EDT 2012 | davef

rsthompson ... if you're talking about bare boards IPC-5701, Users Guide for Cleanliness of Unpopulated PBC, Table 8 ||Bare board final surface finish Ions||Hot air solder level||OSP over copper||Gold over nickel Chloride||0.75 ug/cm^2||0.75 ug/cm^2

Ionic Contamination Tests

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 25 17:42:11 EDT 2007 | gsala

your comments will be appreciated, please; IC tests have been performed on two kind of Raw PCBs (HASL) samples by adopting three different methods : First Sample (supllier A) - Omegameter 600 SMT, solvent=40�C: extratcing time 10 min result = 0.2

assembly cleanliness and ionic testing

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 12 11:57:59 EST 2009 | jmiller

i have searched the forum for hours. read all the threads that deals with cleanliness and ionic testing. (http://www.smtnet.com/forums/Index.cfm?CFApp=1&Message_ID=40295) (http://www.smtnet.com/forums/Index.cfm?CFApp=1&Message_ID=22603) (http://www.

Re: Mil-P-28809

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 08 02:19:01 EDT 1999 | Brian

| Is anyone aware of a web page for military spec's? I am looking for Mil-P-28809. | | Thanks, | Mike Demos | MIL-P-28809 is definitely obsolete. Not only obsolete, it was possibly the most scientifically flawed standard ever to to be printed. I

Electromigration Testing

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 15 17:13:53 EDT 2004 | GS

Do anyone of you know if are there any Standard (IPC, JEDEC, etc) telling how much can be the acceptable level of TIC (ugr/cm2 NaCl equivalent) allowed on surace of Connectors, Components,before to be assembled on PCB ? Many thanks Rgds GS

Acceptance Criteria Ion Chromatography testing?

Electronics Forum | Thu May 31 10:25:19 EDT 2012 | edmaya33

J-STD-001E, states 1.56um/cm2 NaCl value.

ROSE testing pass / fail

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 21 20:15:49 EST 2022 | arminski

since IPC-J-STD-001 RevH obsoleted the 1.56ug/cm2 UCL of ionic contamination tester in testing using ROSE test, how do you define the acceptable limit per PCB assembly? thanks

Re: no-clean processes - are gloves necessary?

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 21 09:56:11 EDT 1999 | Brian

Rich An excellent question and one which is often totally ignored. If you wish a "no-clean" flux to be as safe as it possibly can be, the PCB and the components must all be contamination free (ionic and non-ionic). Only then can you be sure that the

Electromigration Testing

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 31 15:43:41 EDT 2004 | davef

You�re asking the wrong person to give remedial math lessons. Anyhow, here we go: * [1.56 microgram NaCl/cm^2]*[2.54 cm/in]*[2.54 cm/in] = 10.06 microgram NaCl/in^2 * [Omegameter] / [MIL-P-28809 Beckman / Markson] = [10.06 microgram NaCl/in^2] / [GS

Contaminants after SMT which affect wire bonding

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 05 16:04:00 EDT 2006 | GS

I am not expert, just my comment, the total ionic contamination allowed after SMT, by using No Clean process, theoretically it should be close to Zero. Any way the Standard IPC-JSTD-001 allows 1,56 ugr NaCl/cm2 for the final Printed Board assembled.

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