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Tinning gold plated leads ( DIP, etc)

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 20 09:24:38 EST 2000 | John Sipper

1. Spec references for max allowable untinned gold near glass seal and case body? 2. Low cost mechanical dip system to facilitate tinning of DIP parts. (Low volume; currently using hand solder iron techniques to allow for max coverage without bridg

Re: Tinning gold plated leads ( DIP, etc)

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 21 20:25:30 EST 2000 | Dave F

John: What�s the matter? Free gold � good thing for you, bad thing for your supplier. :^) Pre-tinning of gold plated leads is important to: � Prevent gold embrittlement of the solder joint � Determine if the leads are solderable prior to assembly (

Connector leads plating

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 10 05:03:58 EST 2002 | praveen

We are having solder fillet finish issue. The solder looks like rough solder on the connector leads .The plating of the leads is Nickel (99.9% purity) and the PCB plating is imersion gold. I have tried fine tuning my reflow profiles an have used N2 i

Connector leads plating

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 10 19:30:49 EST 2002 | Vijay

Hi Dave, The peak temp on the leads is 216-218 Deg C and duration above MP (179 degC) is 55-60 sec. Alloy(solder paste) used 62 Sn,36 Pb 2Ag (Alpha WS 609 Ty 3 Water eash) This is a SMT connector wth Gulwing leads Gold plating on the PCB is 2-5 micr

Connector leads plating

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 10 20:42:43 EST 2002 | davef

Vijay, Sounds like you're not spending enough time at liquidous plus 20*C. And you need to stay there for 5 to 10 seconds. I know, I know. We have used bucketsful of WS609 over the years. See, as you say, the melting point of your solder alloy

Connector leads plating

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 10 10:26:56 EST 2002 | davef

Questions are: * What is the current plating on the connector that is over the "plating of the leads is Nickel (99.9% purity)"? * What are the temperatures and durations at those temperatures that you read on these connector leads? * What solder allo

gold connectors

Electronics Forum | Fri May 31 08:51:09 EDT 2002 | zanolli

Hello Dave, As related to connector mating interface, fretting corrosion is the oxidation of the contact points, causing high resistance across the interface. Fretting corrosion is caused my micromotions in the interface exposing the metalized conta

Hitachy QFP 256 leads problems

Electronics Forum | Sun Mar 18 23:01:11 EDT 2007 | diesel_1t

Hi there, I want help on the following issue. Where I work, we place a component QFP 256 terminals (20 mil pitch)from hitachi (renesas), we use a MPM UP-3000 screen printer, IP-III placement machine and Vitronics 8 zones reflow Oven. lead plating

Soldering to hard gold

Electronics Forum | Fri May 03 16:06:44 EDT 2013 | hegemon

To be short, no change in profile is going to get you through this. As I recall the point of hard gold is to retard the wetting process, so no surprise here. For example a connector might have hard gold plating at the mating surface, but not at t

Solder wicking up on connector leads

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 16 17:03:34 EDT 2014 | rangarajd

We have an issue with solder wicking up the leads/ inside terminations on an SMT connector. The solder coverage is sometimes over 50% of the connectors inside pin length. The terminations are gold plated. Is there an IPC spec for acceptability? Plea

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