Electronics Forum | Tue May 14 21:59:25 EDT 2013 | davef
SAC is a lead free solder alloy. At one time, Nippon Micrometal Corp. (NMC) [158-1, Sayamagahara, Iruma, 358-0032, Japan; +81.4.2934.6101 F+81.4.2934.5454 nmc-net.co.jp] called some of its alloys: LF35, LF45(SAC305), LF38(SAC105) and LF31(SAC405).
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 24 19:18:53 EDT 2008 | ratsalad
We had a PCB vendor provide us with SAC105 plated HASL boards. They worked fine on the first pass through reflow. The second pass was not pretty. We couldn't get much of anything to solder to the board. That may not have been the alloy, it could
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 10 16:58:48 EST 2011 | piter
Hi Ripal it seems that you have problem with compatibility of alloy and quality of solder balls. First check solder alloy form BGA balls what is it?(SAC105,SAC305, etc.) what type of solder paste you use?? third thing is what type of finishing you h
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 03 17:04:07 EDT 2006 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Glenn, What alloy are you using for Pb-free HASL? You say tin copper nickel, but is it SN100C? Against manufacturing engineering's recommendation, my company specified simply "Pb-free HASL" as the finish for our Pb-free PCBs. One of our suppliers