Electronics Forum: fr4 high tg (Page 1 of 15)

Re: high temperature solder alloy

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 08 10:08:48 EDT 1999 | Glenn Robertson

| | | | I have a board, 4 spacers needed to be soldered on the board | | | | first with the normal 62Sn37Pb alloy. Then, capacitors are manually soldered on the boards. The density of the board is quite high. If we wave soldered capacitors first,

RoHS compliant PCB

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 02 09:16:57 EST 2006 | lyrtech

Hi, I have some questions about material used in PCB for RoHS compliancy. It seems to be fuzzy between may manufacturer. Here are my questions: 1) What is the recommended material for lead-free assembly? 2) What's the difference between FR4 High Tg

DEK265 or DEK260 for high mix low volume ???

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 20 17:56:46 EST 2006 | Chris

If you are running FR4 PCBs and not something exotic like Kapton flex circuits, I would go with the Dek 265 any day of the week. You will find that Dek supports the fully automatic printer much better than the semiautomatic printers like the 260, 24

Lead Free Substrate

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 07 15:35:35 EST 2005 | John M

It has been my experience that the standard Fr4 material (Tg 135c) will discolor when processed at the new higher temperatures required for the high tin alloys... We have been using the High Tg Fr4 (Tg 170c) for many years to ensure this does not hap

High TG?

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 15 09:36:27 EST 2006 | Board House

Hi AJ, The biggest mistake in the industry today is documentation for lead free assembly required product. We are still seeing prints coming in saying Lead Free / High TG FR4. When in reality standard FR4 170 Tg. material is considered High Tg. and L

Cu% spec for lead free HASL surface finish

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 28 22:33:24 EST 2007 | davef

There is no specification for lead-free HASL. You can use any lead-free solderability protection that meets your customer requirements. Use IPC-9701 �Performance Test Methods and Qualification Requirements for Surface Mount Solder Attachments� to ass

Minimum Tg for LeadFree board.

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 21 04:43:14 EDT 2009 | ghepo

Hello, I suggest you visit the website http://www.analysispcb.com, where I found these information : PARAMETERS FOR DOUBLE “V” SCORING LEAD FREE LAMINATES Typ WEB Thickness, 1.6mm : 0.38mm (+.15/-0) "...Tg is not a good indicator of a materials’

Re: Laminate materials

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 22 16:13:08 EDT 2000 | Dr. Ning-Cheng Lee

FR-4 will be OK for small products such as cellular phones. Here the temperature gradient across the board may be 3-4C only, and the board temperature can be well controlled. At temperature above around 245C, the discoloration and delamination may be

High Tg laminates

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 16 18:02:29 EST 1999 | John Holland

What are the main advantages of moving from a 140 degree C FR4 laminate to a higher Tg laminate 180 degree C ?. Would the higher Tg laminate be less susceptable to bow and twist ?. John Holland

High TG?

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 13 09:22:10 EST 2006 | aj

Hi all, Should we need to order the Higher TG to run boards safely thru a RoHS Process (reflow only)? We had an issue with the previous batch delaminating and were advised by supplier that we should have stated the higher TG rating even though the p

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