Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 27 10:43:25 EDT 2019 | smith88
I have read this I guess the question I should be asking is what have you done when finding these? IPC says it enters the body so it is a defect many in my group feel it should not be because they are not hermacticaly sealed anyway. I am needing thou
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 25 01:20:58 EDT 2019 | smith88
I am having fractures in my tantalum caps, I believe it is from out fading but I am having a hard time convincing others. Where they are not hermatically sealed are thes fractures a concern? Moisture is entering the body regardless of the fractures?
Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 27 15:42:53 EDT 2019 | davef
Your ppl are correct, the capacitor is not sealed. So, it is perfectly acceptable for the capacitor to have absorbed moisture. If your ppl don't either prevent moisture absorption or remove the moisture prior to soldering, their component could fail
Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 10 02:38:36 EDT 2016 | zxcvb
I guess I've been somewhat ignorant when it comes to the finer details of pcb layout. Lately I've read a couple of books that try their best to lead me on the straight and narrow. Here is a couple of examples of a recent board of mine, and I have hig