Electronics Forum: sac305 and properties (Page 1 of 7)

Mixed SAC105 and SAC305

Electronics Forum | Thu May 29 13:12:10 EDT 2008 | yam6rider

Just like to know what you guys thoughts regarding mixed alloys. Production run SAC305 and some components are SAC105. So, which profile should you follow. SAC105? or SAC305.

solder paste ingredients and their effects

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 09 02:30:50 EST 2007 | Muhammad Haris

What are Resins, Solvents, Activators, and Thickening Agents in Solder Paste and what are their helpful and harmful effects? AND What are the purposes/properties and effects of Sn(Tin), Pb(Lead), Ag(Silver), Bi(Bismuth), In(Indium), Cu(Copper), Ni(

SAC305 and Sn100c alloys

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 29 17:04:43 EST 2009 | jeffjarmato

I run two different waves here one with SAC305 with aqueous flux the other with SN100C and No clean flux. Does anyone see any issues with running product through either machine of course after changing the Flux type? I also only use SAC305 alloy for

Mixed SAC105 and SAC305

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 02 08:30:32 EDT 2008 | interflux_electronics

Why not follow SAC305? you would do so for any other component finish wouldn't you? A component finish of pure Sn would also not call for a pure Sn profile, would it?

Mixed SAC105 and SAC305

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 06 03:28:52 EDT 2008 | reypal

I've got the same scenario. and I followed SAC105.

SAC305 and Selective Soldering

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 17 15:40:59 EDT 2013 | 18424

Good day all, I wanted to get a quick poll from the folks running SAC305 in their selective soldering equipment. How are final results? How repeatable is the process, any machine related failures? pumps? nozzles? etc... I am just looking to get a

SAC305 and Selective Soldering

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 17 15:47:04 EDT 2013 | 18424

Good day all, I wanted to get a quick poll from the folks running SAC305 in their selective soldering equipment. How are final results? How repeatable is the process, any machine related failures? pumps? nozzles? etc... I am just looking to get a

SAC305 and Selective Soldering

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 18 14:12:40 EDT 2013 | pjchonis

Hello Bachman. SAC305 is the most common lead-free solder alloy, not only for wave soldering but also selective. Most of our selective customers (especially automotive) are using SAC305. What is more important than the alloy to consider is the flux

Lead-Free Wave Defects

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 08 08:05:51 EST 2006 | amol_kane

thank you for the reply.....this reinforces the same info about SAC305 that i had reviewed in other papers. Since this is an inherent property of SAC305, i am assuming 1. Wave parameter (temp/time) tweaking will not mitigate this? 2. what is differ

Lead Free and ICT

Electronics Forum | Wed May 10 00:46:32 EDT 2006 | Chris

I agree! I am using a SAC305 no clean from Alpha. I have noticed that even hand probing with volt meter leads requires me to press very hard on the pads to bust through the flux residue.

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