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Key Points to be considered while buying Ionic Contamination Tester

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 02 22:04:30 EST 2015 | davef

An ionic contamination tester should meet industrial cleanliness specifications including MIL-STD-2000A, MIL-P-28809, J-STD-001 and Resistivity of Solvent Extract (ROSE) Test Method IPC-TM-650 2.3.25

Wave Solder

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 01 18:11:41 EST 2007 | sueph

Samir, thanks for the reply. We are wondering if this idea came dowm from a customer a long time back, or maybe from Mil Std 2000. I've never worked with Mil Std 2000, so I don't know about that. We can not find anything in Jstd or 610 about it.

What standards should electronic manufacturing meet?

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 09 13:31:59 EST 2004 | blu_nozer

I suggest you look at the IPC/EIA J-STD-001C. It provides 3 different yardsticks depending on the end use of the equipment. Class 3 became the de facto military standard in Noth America since MIL-STD-2000A was withdrawn. Bob

Degolding Pretinning

Electronics Forum | Wed May 05 08:50:37 EDT 2010 | flipit

You will want to look at the Mil Specs. I believe they are all available online in pdf format at no cost. I am not certain what the latest spec is but Mil-Std-2000 absolutely has a section on this.

Re: Water Soluable Flux for Military

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 03 08:25:11 EST 1998 | Scott Cook

| Does anyone know what the military uses for water | soluable flux in their wave solder process: | - wave flux | - rework flux | - cored solder | and approval steps to go through to qualify it. | Any information is appreciated. Thank you. Sylvia

Re: patches

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 12 10:36:33 EST 1999 | Dave F

Wolfgang: Sure, stacking chip components is common practice in prototyping, as you say, but it's not good practice for production work. Documentation: * ANSI-IPC-275 does not allow stacking * MIL-STD-2000A does not allow stacking * J-STD-001B is u

Electromigration Testing

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 19 15:39:47 EDT 2004 | davef

This may sound dopey, but it may be the answer to your question. ROSE testers from different suppliers produce different results. Look at MIL-STD 2000. Based on Table VII, you find the following upper control limits (micrograms NaCl / sq. in.): * M

Re: Thanks chartrain and Doug

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 05 09:52:44 EST 1999 | Dave F

John: Three things: 1 You are correctamundo!!!! What's the difference between slopping alcohol on dirty boards and washing dirty boards? Clean boards!!!! By the time those very nice people get done with their alcohol cleaning (a nip for the boar

Replating a Gold Connector

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 15 16:16:42 EST 2008 | davef

J-STD-001 requires that solderable surfaces of components and connectors be degolded prior to soldering. As proven methods for removal of the gold plating and replacing it with tin/lead, MIL-STD-2000 and J-STD-001 endorse[d] either: * Double dip (two

Re: Approach To Contamination Testing Of PCBs

Electronics Forum | Sat May 16 19:31:27 EDT 1998 | Graham Naisbitt

Gentlemen, Please consider that ionic testing is designed only for detecting ionic contaminants. Yes there are instances of non-ionic contaminants that cause premature circuit failure. However, more importantly the prevailing specs are less than adeq

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