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Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 21 16:25:10 EDT 2003 | kris

Hi, As many must be aware a number of component manufactuers maybe shipping lead-free parts without part number changes. without knowing the datecode tracked on each component it would be difficult to trace components whether they are lead-free or

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Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 24 09:41:55 EDT 2003 | caldon

You may want to contact Cookson Electronics as they are leading the surge on "LEAD FREE" You may want to post your question to Chyrs Shea at Alpha Metals (Cookson). cshea@cooksonelectronics.com She should be able to field your question and put you i

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Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 15 17:54:28 EDT 2004 | JJ

Hi, there Any idea if leadfree through hole connector can be used in standard leaded process? If not, why ? Thanks

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Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 16 09:03:48 EDT 2004 | davef

Here is a thread from the fine SMTnet Archives from a couple of weeks ago, where we spoke about the topic of mixed lead-free solder with components that have lead-bearing solderability protection: http://www.smtnet.com/forums/Index.cfm?CFApp=1&Messag

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Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 15 18:09:49 EDT 2004 | teamcanada

No lead devices oxidize very quickly when washed. Try to keep it a no clean process. Solderability comes into play a bit depending on solder paste.

Dry boards for leadfree reflow

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 15 02:51:45 EDT 2005 | Joris Groot Koerkamp

In our current process we don't need to dry our pcb's. We use FR4 HASL boards. For the leadfree process we want to use NickelGold plated boards. Do we have to dry these boards for the leadfree process or can we just seal them with silica gel?

Cobalt in leadfree solder alloys?

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 26 15:38:27 EDT 2009 | davef

We believe that some suppliers replace nickel with cobalt in SN100 to product a shinier, less grainy, more attractive lead-free solder connection. SN100E sales-types like the idea that it is available in paste, bar stock, and other forms; as compare

Dry boards for leadfree reflow

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 15 09:10:15 EDT 2005 | russ

To date we have not had to perform any additional or special PCB handling or storage procedures for Pb free. We use standard procedures.

Cobalt in leadfree solder alloys?

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 23 14:20:52 EDT 2009 | waveroom

We offer SN100C solder alloys. I was asked about SN100E which is tin/copper and cobalt. Anyone know anything about the cobalt and it's pros and cons in soldering process?

wave solder bath coating - leadfree purposes.

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 07 06:25:26 EST 2005 | Adnahn

Please advise if Plasma Nitride for Stainless Steel is suitable or a proposed method to coat the wave solder bath for leadfree. Thanking you in advance. Regards, Adnahn

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