Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 23 17:44:28 EDT 2000 | Eugene Smelik
Getting back to Pb-free, is any particular business sector going to be impacted more than another by Pb-free implementation. For example, consumer electronics vs. automotive vs. military? Is it likely that some sectors will be exempt from Pb-free c
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 24 08:50:22 EDT 2000 | Dr. Ning-Cheng Lee
The conversion into Pb-free very likely will be dictated by the feasibility of conversion. Exemption may be allowed for those sectors facing greater challenges. For instance, the industry is having difficulty in finding acceptable Pb-free alternative
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 13 00:26:52 EST 2006 | arnold
in computing inductance of core i use L = (NxN)x AL value of core. is it the same for coil that has sectoral winding.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 13 06:48:31 EST 2006 | pjc
http://www.qsl.net/in3otd/indcalc.html No mention of sectoral winding though.
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 16 13:41:45 EST 2019 | tsvetan
the problem is not in faulty sectors but while power failed wrong info was overwritten in the windows registry, so there are no bad sectors just garbage written in the registry
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 25 15:11:10 EST 2003 | Jack
Do you know any ERP software specific for the Electronic Assembly sector ? other than xERP.
Electronics Forum | Sun Sep 15 17:51:51 EDT 2013 | remon7
Usually PCB manufacturer's r playing great deal with Electronics sector/ Engineers. Thanks
Electronics Forum | Sat May 04 12:43:48 EDT 2019 | davef
ISO/TS 16949 is a quality management system for automotive sector
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 21 09:58:14 EST 2004 | pjc
Here's one a little closer to home: AVI Precision Engineering 1 Kallang Sector #04-03 Singapore, 349276 Singapore Phone: 65 67483866 Fax: 65 67484810
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 18 02:52:31 EST 2004 | Sam
Mike we make electronics assemblies for military and commercial aircraft sector. We are genrally looking at cleaning populated printed circuit boards. Sam.