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moisture sensitive components/packaging

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 23 10:42:13 EDT 2015 | ehess

is it necessary to vacuum seal moisture sensitive components? Or can we just seal with desiccant in proper bags?

moisture sensitive components/packaging

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 23 13:20:02 EDT 2015 | emeto

Depends on the MSL(Moisture sensitivity level) and how far you will use them in production. Here you should be able to get all the answers: http://www.jedec.org/sites/default/files/docs/jstd033b01.pdf

moisture sensitive components/packaging

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 11 22:13:45 EST 2015 | jackzhong

Hi, if you seal in proper way, it is not necessarily to vacuum. we are specialized in moisture solution for electronics and components. Maybe we could give you some workable advice or solutions. If you are interested, contact me by Skype:dryplus1 o

moisture sensitive components/packaging

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 23 14:30:05 EDT 2015 | deanm

"...air evacuation is not required (Figure 3-5). Light air evacuation may be used to reduce the packaging bulk and enhance carton packing (Figure 3-6). Full evacuation shall not be used as it will impede desiccant and HIC performance and possibly lea

Handling of moisture sensitive IC's

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 28 12:33:58 EST 1998 | Brian Gurney

Looking for additional handling and baking information of moisture sensitive IC'c beyond/or inadditotn to IPC - SM - 786 A. Publications, guidelines, baking experience.

Classification of moisture sensitive devices

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 26 03:59:46 EDT 1999 | Wolfgang Busko

Having implemented the process of handling moisture sensitive devices our logistics department tries to classify all parts according to their moisture level. Going through datasheets wasn�t that helpfull, so does anyone know of a source for that spe

Packaging of moisture sensitive devices

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 27 08:08:23 EDT 2000 | Christopher Lampron

Hello All, My question is in regards to repackaging moisture sensitive components. I have researched the archives and found alot of valuable information. We currently have a heat sealing machine but do not have the capability of evacuating the bag pr

Re: Handling of moisture sensitive IC's

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 28 14:57:07 EST 1998 | Earl Moon

Looking for additional handling and baking information of moisture sensitive IC'c beyond/or inadditotn to IPC - SM - 786 A. Publications, guidelines, baking experience. Much depends on your environmental controls and those of your suppliers. PB

Re: Classification of moisture sensitive devices

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 26 08:54:17 EDT 1999 | Dave F

Having implemented the process of handling moisture sensitive devices our logistics department tries to classify all parts according to their moisture level. Going through datasheets wasn�t that helpfull, so does anyone know of a source for that

Re: Classification of moisture sensitive devices

Electronics Forum | Sat Aug 28 08:41:12 EDT 1999 | Tom Tellinghuisen

Wolfgang, We also tried to find generic 'guidelines' for Moisture Sensitivity levels. It would be a perfect world, if you could say that all PLCC84's were level 4 devices. Unfortunately it is not that easy. Moisture sensitivity levels are

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