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SAC305 constituent percentages

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 17 14:45:10 EST 2007 | ratsalad

I think you might be looking for J-STD-006. Here is a link to the table of contents: http://www.dynamixtechnology.com/docs/j-std-006as.pdf

Re: solder paste profiles

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 24 21:47:22 EST 2000 | Dave F

Interesting, Gary. Try this: 1 Assess candidate solders by reviewing J-STD-006 (http://canfieldmetals.com/j-std006.htm) to determine solder formulations that have liquidous temperatures in the desired range. 2 Request recommended profiles from supp

Re: solder paste profiles

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 24 21:47:22 EST 2000 | Dave F

Interesting, Gary. Try this: 1 Assess candidate solders by reviewing J-STD-006 (http://canfieldmetals.com/j-std006.htm) to determine solder formulations that have liquidous temperatures in the desired range. 2 Request recommended profiles from supp

High-Temperature Solder Paste/wire: Sn05Pb93Ag02B

Electronics Forum | Tue May 28 17:50:20 EDT 2002 | myu

Hi, Everybody! I'm looking for a High-Temperature Solder Paste / wire: "Pb93WROL140.71454";or "00Z890"; J-STD-006 Solder Alloys Sn05Pb93Ag02B Sn% Pb% Ag% Solid C Liq C Solid F Liq F 5.0 92.5 2.5 280 284 536 543 It should meet IPC/J-ST

Paste Flux quality specification

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 08 07:01:40 EDT 2003 | davef

Try: * ANSI/J-STD-004 - Requirements for Soldering Fluxes * ANSI/J-STD-005 - Requirements for Soldering Pastes * ANSI/J-STD-006 - Requirements for Electronic Grade Solder Alloys and Fluxed and Non-Fluxed Solid Solders for Electronic Soldering App

Re: Immersion White Tin

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 07 17:04:13 EST 2000 | K. Ckak

Hi Steve, I think MIL-P-81728A, MIL-F-14256 and Fed std QQ-S-571/624 talks about it, but it has been superseded by J-STD-006. Hope it helps. Regards Kc.

Re: Immersion White Tin

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 07 17:04:13 EST 2000 | K. Ckak

Hi Steve, I think MIL-P-81728A, MIL-F-14256 and Fed std QQ-S-571/624 talks about it, but it has been superseded by J-STD-006. Hope it helps. Regards Kc.

Trace Elements in Solder

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 26 12:24:38 EDT 2002 | dason_c

You can reference to J-STD-006 for your minimum requirement. There have a higher purity of the alloy and excess the standard but the price is higher.

SnPb contents

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 01 07:59:35 EDT 2008 | kudamarani08

Where from the earth you came from my friend?? Have you not considered 3rd party analysis who are capable of complying J-STD 006 solder alloy acceptability..

Solder Wire Expiry Dates

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 09 10:24:03 EDT 2009 | clampron

Hi Dave, J-STD-005 is the standard for solder paste requirements. I checked J-STD-006 for solder alloys fluxed and non fluxed and could not find any information on expired wire and how to requalify. Is there some other place that I should be looking

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