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Skewed and popped components

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 23 23:19:34 EDT 2003 | RLW

If you have a board that you've run several times, now you run it and like before all settings are the same, but now you have 0603's randomly skewed or an inch or so away from their intended pad (as if popped up in the air), or an occasional 7343 cap

Tape and Reel Flatness?

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 26 16:07:56 EST 2012 | jerlong

Greetings, Does anyone know where to find a tape and reel flatness specification? Looking at the EIA 481-B standard, there is no reference to the tape flatness (the images shown may "imply" flatness from one side of the tape to the other, However I

BGA and QFP orientation in trays for pick and place

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 06 03:56:47 EST 2004 | JaMi Smith

BGAs and QFPs packaged in Trays are oriented with Pin 1 or corner A1 oriented towards the Pin 1 identifier on one corner of the Tray, which is usually identified by a chamfered corner. The Trays themselves are usually governed by JEDEC Registered Ou

Re: PCB and component handling guidelines

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 23 18:57:58 EST 2000 | Mike Vina

I don't know if this is the real answer you are looking for, but the EIA-625 and EIA-583 standards may provide you with the depth. http://www.jedecstandards.com/

Re: PCB and component handling guidelines

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 23 18:57:58 EST 2000 | Mike Vina

I don't know if this is the real answer you are looking for, but the EIA-625 and EIA-583 standards may provide you with the depth. http://www.jedecstandards.com/

Stepmotor and sprocket for advancing Carrier Tape

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 15 11:03:59 EDT 1998 | Haim Halpert

We are looking for some basic mechanical parts to advance parts in the Tape & Reel Carrier Tape using a stepmotor. The Carrier Tape we use is as per the EIA Standards and I imagine there are dozens of companies that make a sprocket gear to handle t

Tape and Reel - IPC/JEDEC or other Standards ?

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 25 11:40:54 EST 2007 | slthomas

I have always referenced the following tape and reel specificatons for automated handling: Axial - EIA 296 Radial - EIA 468 SMD - EIA 481

Tape and Reel - IPC/JEDEC or other Standards ?

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 23 17:48:17 EST 2007 | GS

for SMDs, try to look for EIA-481.1.2.3, or may be the new version EIA-200 if I am not wrong. Also IEC 60286-2 (leaded components like axials, radials,..) Regards......GS

Re: Stepmotor and sprocket for advancing Carrier Tape

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 15 12:02:02 EDT 1998 | Jim Hoxie

We are looking for some basic mechanical parts to advance parts in the Tape & Reel Carrier Tape using a stepmotor. The Carrier Tape we use is as per the EIA Standards and I imagine there are dozens of companies that make a sprocket gear t

Re: Stepmotor and sprocket for advancing Carrier Tape

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 15 12:01:27 EDT 1998 | Jim Hoxie

We are looking for some basic mechanical parts to advance parts in the Tape & Reel Carrier Tape using a stepmotor. The Carrier Tape we use is as per the EIA Standards and I imagine there are dozens of companies that make a sprocket gear t

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