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solder paste shelf life

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 03 09:20:29 EST 2005 | russ

Unforunately, the only one who can give you that answer is the manufacturer. They are the only ones who know what is in their paste and how it reacts to different situations and conditions.

solder paste shelf life

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 03 08:34:25 EST 2005 | Slaine

Hi We currently use a small amount of Alloy : 43Sn 43Pb 14Bi Flux: RMA-51AC, Metal : 88.5%. We use it for reworking a product and only consume about 100g per year, we are in the middle or ordering in some more paste but the MOQ is 500g. Is it possibl

Pot life & shelf life

Electronics Forum | Sun Sep 01 05:39:36 EDT 2013 | leardkattiya

Hi, can someone give definition on pot life? does the pot life start once it's been taken out from fridge or the pot life starts once recommended thawing ends?

Pot life & shelf life

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 05 22:33:28 EDT 2013 | davef

It depends: * If you're talking jars, I'd be as conservative as possible. So, 3 days from when the jar is removed from the frig would be my pot life limit. * If you're talking Semco cartridges, I'd be talking about 10 days from when the cartridge is

capacitor shelf life

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 12 20:27:10 EDT 2001 | davef

Tantalum caps degrade over time. You should not be seeing "chipped-off & cracks" regardless of the age. This should not be a shelf-life issue, unless you are storing them in an aquarium. Tell us the story. Solderability is a shelf-life issue and

capacitor shelf life

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 13 23:08:17 EDT 2001 | zam_bri

cheers...

capacitor shelf life

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 10 23:33:50 EDT 2001 | zam_bri

Hi.. What is the typical shelf life for chips capacitor 0603/0402 and what is the consequences of using the capacitor which more than 1 year old esplly on double reflow process. Pls help and thank you in advance. cheers

PCB over shelf life

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 16 23:17:02 EST 2010 | Jacki

Hi Kim Dun take any risk in delamination bcoz u will be the person to answer for being it. So, we do bake all Pcbs, which have 3months of shelf life, b4 startin any process although they are still inside the factory packs.

Moisture Sensitive shelf life

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 09 05:29:25 EDT 2016 | jasltd

simpel answer is yes it will need to be baked, the typical shelf life for a sealed component assuming it has been sealed would be a max of 2 years but some are shorter. The bugger problem with the device may well be solderability of the device!

Moisture Sensitive shelf life

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 22 18:25:54 EDT 2016 | cox1

I have a MS level 3 component that has been on the shelf for 7 years. Should it be baked before usage. The HIC card reads ok- and it was stored with desiccant. History of the part is unknown, was purchased from franchised distribution.

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