Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 13 02:31:16 EDT 2006 | raqi16
Thank you! sorry, i just realized my posted question was not very specific.. no, it's not a BGA part, it's just a standard surface mount device and the only leaded part are the leads.
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 07 11:19:55 EDT 2006 | muse95
Technically speaking, most likely yes it will work, unless possibly it is a BGA. There are issues surrounding BGA's. Here are some of the general issues: On any type of component, if the Pbfree solder you are using contains bismuth, then the Pb in
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 20 22:46:26 EDT 2006 | samir
Amol, I thought I answered your question in another thread, dude! Anyway, to re-iterate. Yes, I was able to pull it off a hybrid profile. The LF BGA passed tensile testing, but no, it wasn't thermally cycled or stressed first to expose any latent
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 07 01:39:04 EDT 2006 | raqi16
Hi, i tried to search but am hving trouble finding discussions on leaded parts being used in leadfree soldering process. So, i need some inputs from expert members here. Will it work if a component plated with SnPb will be used in a lead free sold
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 14 07:59:42 EDT 2006 | amol_kane
Hi russ, I am in the process of developing a "hybrid" reflow profile to solder a board that has LF BGAs and leaded solder. Have you encountered a similar situation before? if so what was the "safe" top side temp for the leaded components that was set
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 13 02:32:12 EDT 2006 | raqi16
yep, only SMT reflow.
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 07 13:46:17 EDT 2006 | slthomas
Is it safe to assume that you're only talking about SMT reflow here?
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 13 08:53:28 EDT 2006 | russ
If your part will withstand the higher pbfree reflow temp you should be fine. We have done this on limited basis in pbfree transistion with no reported reliability issues.