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Max temp to store components

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 03 13:23:02 EDT 2014 | taiji

Also, for MSL 1 and 2, non sealed components, what should be the min/max storing temperatures?

Max temp to store components

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 03 12:25:54 EDT 2014 | taiji

Hi Does any one know what is the min/max temp for material storing? I mean, for MSD once it is properly sealed in MBB, what will be the max temp to store in the ware house? Does any one know what is the standard for that? Thanks

software to store for the STK16C88

Electronics Forum | Sat Aug 09 12:52:58 EDT 2003 | Benny

Hi I have nvSRAM STK16C88 and i am looking for software to store data into the chip. Can you please tell me where to find one ?

Best way to store products on Univ GSM-1?

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 19 19:51:22 EST 2004 | KEN

Floppy's = "sneaker net".

Possible to temporarily store mounted but not soldered PCB's?

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 26 14:58:46 EDT 2001 | bobm

i have stored boards in the refrigerator in side a tray (with a lid) for 2 days and still had them reflow with no problems. i don't know if i would go any longer than that. i would not put any qfp's or any other device that is moisture sensative dev

Best way to store products on Univ GSM-1?

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 19 13:00:06 EST 2004 | russ

Hook it up to a server and only allow read access to the operators for the files. Then if changes have to be made it will take the appropriate person to overwrite the file and save it to the server drive. Russ

Best way to store products on Univ GSM-1?

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 19 15:29:57 EST 2004 | russ

It is definitely feasable, I personally hate floppy disks, they seem to fail all of the time. My only concern is losing the info on the disk. Russ

Best way to store products on Univ GSM-1?

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 22 09:15:34 EST 2004 | JB

I guess your management don't relly care about line efficiency? good luck :)

Possible to temporarily store mounted but not soldered PCB's?

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 03 16:51:58 EDT 2001 | edmentzer

We have stored PCB's in the refrigerator twice when our old pick and place died during production. One time the boards were in the frig for two days. I put the boards in a tray and covered the tray with plastic food wrap. We waited about two hours

Possible to temporarily store mounted but not soldered PCB's?

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 04 11:09:25 EDT 2001 | blnorman

As the others have stated, moisture is the killer. You have to be sure no moisture is allowed to get to the paste. If it does, you'll get solderballs. I would suggest not using a vacuum. The solvents and other volatile components of the flux will

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