Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 15 16:31:04 EST 2011 | pcbrown
Can anyone tell me if the Metcal SP200 solder station meets the J-STD-001 Rev E requirement of holding a tip temp of +/-9F at rest? I am in a fight with an auditor over this. These irons do not require calibration but I need to know if they meet J-ST
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 01 19:35:10 EST 2004 | dougt
I guess I asked the wrong question. For an OEM that builds electronic equipment that is used by industry in the production of pc boards, what specification(s) should the OEM be meeting for electrical safety? I have been given some paperwork that ref
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 12 20:44:58 EDT 2007 | raychamp007
If the solder joint meeting 18.104.22.168, minimum side joint length(D) and also meeting 22.214.171.124, minimum heel fillet height (F) but the heel fillet NOT extend to the mid point of outside bend. It is acceptable?
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 31 15:31:00 EST 2013 | rjohnston58
Are the conditions (Bullets) under the IPC Acceptable and Defect sections "ANDs" or "ORs"? In other words, does every condition under a section must be meet to be Acceptable/Defect or meeting any one condition suffices?
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 20 04:39:19 EST 2000 | SV
Hello, I have to design a PCB for which the customer have the following temperature requirements: -55degC to +85degC operating temp. -61degC to +125degC storage temp. My question is: does the FR4 material meet this conditions? Which are the parame
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 27 11:32:20 EDT 2004 | dwanzek
Thanks for the input guys. One problem with this theory, we see the same failure using Omni 5000 solder paste. We also see this problem across 4 production lines, suggesting it is not oven related. The profile meets recomendations and we have tried
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 18 10:35:41 EDT 2007 | hussman
This seems like an odd request from an auditor. I can see an auditor requiring proof that you meet the J-Std, but verify? This would require you purposely damage product on a "before and after" scenario. As long as your manufacturing guideline say