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Peak Temperature during Leadfree reflow

Electronics Forum | Wed May 28 07:44:28 EDT 2008 | rgduval

Hi, AJ, In general, the peak PCB temperature is variable depending on the profile used. We try to keep our peak temperatures in line with the paste manufacturers recommended temperatures; ignoring the peak temps for the PCBs. For the peak temps yo

Peak Temperature

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 19 09:45:06 EDT 2006 | slthomas

If you're talking about practical application who knows? If you're talking about liability I think you're going to lose. Most of the parts that I've had to look closely at had a peak AND a "time at" maximum. If they spec. 220 as the peak and you exc

Peak Temperature during Leadfree reflow

Electronics Forum | Wed May 28 05:49:19 EDT 2008 | aj

Hi all, I would like to know what sort of peak temps people are seeing during reflow - I understand that there are many variables that contribute to this but there should be an average through out all the profiles. We are still seeing issues with d

Connector leads plating

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 11 09:41:26 EST 2002 | davef

I'd guess that you need to sit at your current 216-218*C peak for that 5 to 10 seconds that I mentioned earlier. Increasing your peak is the easiest way to do that, as you say.

Lead free component on leaded process

Electronics Forum | Sat Jan 15 23:58:24 EST 2005 | Chua

Could you advise what is the min and max peak temperature for this process. Presently, my leaded peak temperature at the range of 215 - 225 deg.C And how do I know that the solderability is at optimal. Appreciate your help......

Peak Temperature

Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 18 16:29:55 EDT 2006 | df

Hi all, If a component is rated as Peak Temperature 225 DegC. Is there a safety factor built into this rating or is it exact? df...

Criteria for thermocouple wire attachment

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 27 15:07:14 EST 2006 | realchunks

Hi Jack, I've seen around 7 degrees diff in max temp. The real factor here is time to reach peak and time at peak.

Mydata TP9-2 Help

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 06 18:58:12 EDT 2007 | edruppert

This message indicates that the Peak to Peak voltage for the x axis motor encoder is too low. Possible cable/encoder or MOT1 board problem. Machine will either exhibit this during intialization or while running. Diagnostics in service routine may he

2 Hot 2 Handle

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 27 09:56:36 EST 2012 | swag

100 sec.). If I keep TAL closer to where I like it to be, peaks are all low; around 200C to 205C. If I can't find a happy medium between TAL and PEAK, what should I consider doing?

Soldering Issue in Sensor component

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 27 14:24:15 EST 2019 | ameenullakhan

Yes we have tried with low soak with longer reflow and high peak also low soak.. short TAL and low peak.. but were not able to eliminate the issue

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