Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 15 12:20:41 EDT 2002 | jtamagi
What is the value for having humidty controls? I have read the IPC _ 001 standards and it states that the facility requires to be humidty controlled. I agree that a low humidty controls for ESD is important. But, why have an upper limit? what
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 07 09:18:04 EDT 2015 | scotceltic
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 18 21:07:20 EDT 2002 | ianchan
Hi mates, think between that Standard and Dave.F covers just about the "why" needs. for our side we set 40RH% to 60RH%. wonder if there is any industrial engineering basis to this setting? we do know its "optimal" for our mfg operations and envi
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 05 14:40:09 EDT 2002 | PJ
2000 volts are present, keep ESDS assemblies > 12 inches away.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 17 21:16:19 EDT 2002 | davef
You�re correct about J-001. It�s interesting though, I find no references to controlling temperature and humidity as an element of an electrostatic discharge control program in the following: * ANSI/ESD S20-20 * "ESD Program Management" by Ted Dan
Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 07 01:48:09 EDT 2015 | buckcho
It is possible, yes. I think that also some printers offer this option as for them, locally, so you maybe don't need to pay for a whole system. What kind of printers do you have?
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 16 05:33:15 EDT 2015 | buckcho
I worked with one accuflex, but it didn't have that option on it. I know that MPM offers its own software called PrintTrack: http://www.speedlinetech.com/products/printers/features?node_title=Accela So maybe you just have to buy that option for you.
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 01 21:35:45 EDT 2002 | jersbo
Would rather have lower humidity and strict ESD rules in place.. than a high humidity condition anyday.. High humidity- 45RH + Paste depending on what you use may become an issue.. Components are sensitive... ever get that vacuum sealed bag you dont
Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 21 07:06:36 EDT 2015 | scotceltic
Thank you for the feedback. Yes we run many different products. We also have many different product variations that run the same PCB therefore the strong possibility if we have the wrong program loaded it will still run through the equipment. This
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 19 09:05:03 EDT 2015 | scotceltic
Does anyone have a solution as follows: A scanner placed at the enterance of the screen printer, and a program created that can read a PCB's Barcode label. Send that barcode's program information to each piece of equipment (Paste Inspection and place