Electronics Forum | Mon May 18 15:30:07 EDT 2020 | dwl
I've seen that before, had to switch to a no clean process for those boards. It's not typical for ferrites, usually its safe to wash them. Out of curiosity does the Data sheet say anything about whether or not they can be washed? In my case we lear
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 09 14:41:12 EDT 2010 | ronchap200027
Has anyone had issues with Renco inductors failing. The component I'm having problems with is a 330uH shielded power inductor. Out of 36 board failures, I have 17 that failed because this inductor failed. Most often they end up reading -1.34 uH.
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 22 10:01:01 EST 2010 | jtsyeung
Since the inductor is electro-magnetic, that means the device is composite of coil and ferrite metal. The inductor inside the reflow oven meets with blower motors which close to the inductor and generate magnetic field. With such conditions, Lawren
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 19 16:53:48 EST 2004 | grayman
Hi, We used to clean 20 pieces SMT inductors before but no problem with this process. Please confirm what type of inductors is it SMT or hole type. What type of chemical and machine you are currently using? Maybe I can help you out.
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 16 12:07:19 EST 2006 | dpmilk
We have been using Coilcraft 1008CS inductors for several years. We have had problems with them turning green when we use lead-free solder paste. We have tried several solder pastes (water soluble and no-clean)from different manufacturers, but the
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 13 19:57:05 EDT 2014 | suroy
After wash cycle, some of the inductors are open (broken wire). Resistance across the two ends should be below 4 ohms (normal) however on broken wire shows above 200 ohms. I am wondering if anyone else has seen this problem. We are using High-Reliabi