Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 12 15:04:50 EDT 2022 | arminski
Will there be solder joint integrity issues if in Using Sn60/Pb40 on Sn63/Pb37 processed PCB during Rework? Thank you
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 12 11:39:25 EDT 2022 | stephendo
There is only one tin/lead ratio that is eutectic. Sn60/Pb40 is not eutectic.
Electronics Forum | Wed May 10 21:43:06 EDT 2006 | Abua Ly
We are looking for supplier of Sn60/Pb40 alloy (solder paste, cored wire, bar solder). Does some one have experiment on this?. Pls. advise.. Thank you..
Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 04 07:15:24 EDT 2005 | davef
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 11 20:06:16 EDT 2022 | emeto
In both cases you will be close to the eutectic composition(61.9%Sn), so I expect joint to be intact and uniform.
Electronics Forum | Fri May 12 06:04:24 EDT 2006 | slaine
Multicore, indium, and to be honist most other solder manufactures should still sell it for quite a few more years
Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 08 18:28:11 EDT 2000 | Shawn Mavity
I am looking for a supplier that I could by approximatly 7000 preformed solder rings from that will make it cost effective. We need to different sizes and so far the quotes that I have recieved are some what out of the price range to make it an optio
Electronics Forum | Tue May 06 14:52:37 EDT 2003 | bremerg
Pictures are now located at http://www.stevezeva.homestead.com/ These components are 2W resistors that only see 1/2W at max. during normal use. I have contacted IRC still wqaiting for a response. The resistors were tested as good. But the circuit
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 13 02:51:35 EDT 2022 | sarason
Lead and tin form a eutectic solution. So no to that one, as to breaking some rule or other other people who are far more knowledgeable than me on "the rules" could pipe in. Also tin/lead eutectics don't grow tin whiskers like a lot of the replacemen
Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 08 08:18:52 EDT 2005 | davef
Rob We agree with Jason's point about swab lead indicators. You need to be careful interpreting the results. Lead must be in sufficient measurable quantities as found in Sn 63/37 or Sn 60/40 solders. Handheld units are: * Oxford (bought the X-Met