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Padded static bags.

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 09 09:01:22 EDT 2014 | rrosera

Does anyone have any experience with using padded static bags to minimize damage to boards during handling and storage? Does anyone recommend a specific brand or type?

static electricity buildup

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 23 01:39:29 EDT 2002 | ianchan

Hi, 1) Was reading the links provided by Dave F, under the thread "waste" which was about the ESD grounding of drums. 2) thanks to Dave F, now have "back-bone" refer sources to explain ESD terms to those who ask and seek to better understand this n

Padded static bags.

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 14 14:40:39 EDT 2014 | cbeneat

We buy padded bags from ULINE. They work well and are self sealing also, we reuse so we don't seal them. They come in a wide array of sizes as well.

Padded static bags.

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 16 23:47:50 EDT 2014 | ericjiwang

Hi,i am Eric Jiang,i introduce you to use ESD sheilding bag with zipper lock,it is of good ESD properties and there are many sizes available.

static electricity buildup

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 24 21:25:46 EDT 2002 | davef

PROPER GROUNDING OF THE "OBJECT" PCBA BOARD: You cannot ground an insulator. Insulators accumulate a charge, but the charge must be neutralized, usually by ionization. We only use ionizers at tape stations and bins where travelers and other paper

PCB static electric arcing problem

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 08 12:50:22 EST 2012 | jmartens1978

I have a project that I am working on and would like some input from anyone that has some knowledge on High Voltage Arcing on PCBs. Problem: I have a PCB that is enclosed in a plastic enclosure that has metal pins and switch that extend to the outs

PCB static electric arcing problem

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 08 16:05:17 EST 2012 | davef

So, what is the battery going to do when you push your 'high voltage' through the 1-2 ohm internal resistance of the 9V battery? How about you doing a Google search on ... esd protection circuit?

PCB static electric arcing problem

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 12 19:02:48 EST 2012 | jmartens1978

My first attempt was similiar to that. It was a straight ground trace running past the circular pads that were recieving the shocks. It was hit and miss when the arcs would occur. When I cut notches in the trace so the ground line had a point next to

PCB static electric arcing problem

Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 10 19:54:04 EST 2012 | kahrpr

Some people put spark gaps on the PCB it a trace that comes to a point that's exposed from the circuit you are trying to protect to a trace that comes to a point from the ground trace. The 2 points are about .005 inches apart. When the charge hits th

static shielding bubble bags shipping damage

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 15 15:27:50 EDT 2016 | rvines1

Has anybody else had issues with shipping circuit boards in static shield bubble bags? It appears that parts are getting ripped off during shipping. I suspect that they're getting caught in the bubbles when the boards shift in the bags as the boxes

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