Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 07 12:25:32 EST 2005 | Rob
Hi CW, Larger chip caps can be susceptable to cracking, but mainly this is due to handling - flexing of boards is the main culprit (the part being mechanically joined at both ends to the board). PCB's usually flex easiest along one axis, and larger
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 08 05:00:23 EST 2005 | rlackey
Hi CW, Regarding orientation, yes, your diagram is right - see the following link for confirmation. http://search.murata.co.jp/Ceramy/image/img/A18X/C2EB3C.PDF Regarding information on bending strength you want to talk to your local Murata office
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 07 16:34:55 EST 2005 | CW
If I am putting chip capacitors on a .063 FR4 board, what size package should we stay away from to avoid cracking? If I use 2 mil copper on the outside layers of a PCB, am I limited to what pitch of parts I can use? Specifically, will using 0603
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 07 16:31:47 EST 2005 | CW
hi Bob, Thanks for the info. I understand your comments, but I am looking for specific guidance, If I am putting chip capacitors on a .063 FR4 board, what size package should we stay away from to avoid cracking? (I realize this is dependent on h
Electronics Forum | Mon May 21 17:32:23 EDT 2001 | davef
I said: "Our electronic circuit board fabricators seal the boards in moisture barrier bags [MBB]. We discontinued the use of desiccant bags in these MBB because of concerns about the desiccant releasing materials that would affect the solderability
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 27 23:04:10 EST 2006 | i want to learn from u
Most of pcb have white/black printing at bottom side of them to indicate the chip location. Normally, this printing are the same location to the place that glue will be mount. My problem are the glue size between the point that have printing and not
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 14 12:10:05 EST 2005 | davef
Ceramic capacitors larger then EIA size 1812 are known to be very susceptible to thermal shock damage due to their large ceramic mass.
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