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Baking of Thick film resistor chip required

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 26 06:09:12 EDT 2017 | ajaytyagi

Hi, Pl let me know about opinion/experience whether thick film chip SMD resistor which is MSL-1 Required to bake before being usedon SMT line. I want to use SMD resistance spool which is around 2 yeasr old kept at 25 deg room temperature at around 4

Baking of Thick film resistor chip required

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 27 02:39:50 EDT 2017 | ajaytyagi

Thanks for sharing your experience. I have similar view too.

Baking of Thick film resistor chip required

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 26 08:13:47 EDT 2017 | spoiltforchoice

MSL 1 is unlimited factory floor time before reflow. I have spools that are 10+ years old and haven't encountered any issues using those parts. It goes without saying those parts are not exactly used in volume so its not a massive sample but that is

Non-wettig on chip cap.

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 10 04:15:01 EST 2001 | Beny

Thanks for your advise Now I don't found Non-wetting defect at TIN COATED 0603 after I had increased peak temp and Time above 183 C. At film caps, I still found Non-wetting in high rate at film chip size 2416. I using PANASONIC's part with identif

Non-wettig on chip cap.

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 06 23:34:25 EST 2001 | Beny

Pls. help. I�ve problem with non-wetting defect at capacitor termination. I have faced this problem at the 2 kinds of termination. One is chip capacitor 0603 that its outer termination surface composed with 100 Sn (Lead free) and another one is Sta

Non-wettig on chip cap.

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 07 13:15:45 EST 2001 | slthomas

We've experienced similar problems with film caps, specifically Panasonic's parts that are alledgedly compatible with both reflow and wave soldering. They are identified with either GB or JB p/n suffixes, which become either GX, GC, or JC for the ref

Film Chip Capacitor reflow problems

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 08 12:26:12 EDT 2006 | james

We are using Kester and it is RSS.

Film Chip Capacitor reflow problems

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 11 17:06:53 EDT 2006 | slthomas

1. Change the part. OR 2. Change the pads to Panasonic's recommendation. Actually both are recommended from my perspective. ECHU. Shudder.

Film Chip Capacitor reflow problems

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 08 09:16:37 EDT 2006 | james

We are incurring problems with Film Chip Capacitors with reflow issues. Some of the parts are misaligning or not soldering on one end (almost tombstoning) . We left the parts in the dry cabinet till they were used. We tried both reflow ovens (hell

Film Chip Capacitor reflow problems

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 08 10:16:24 EDT 2006 | slthomas

We had problems with Panasonic film caps with a previous employer. The first step was to use their recommended pad layouts rather than industry standards for the part sizes. The second much more helpful resolution was to complain like hell to Panaso

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