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FED-Bibliothek Bd17

FED Bibliothek des Wissens Band 17 - Abschlussbericht zum Projekt: Designregeln für den Übergang "Starr-Flexbereich"

1.Auflage 2017, DIN A5, 25 Seiten, Farbabb.

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FED Bibliothek des Wissens
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IPC-A-610G

IPC-A-610G: Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies
Englisch. 440 Seiten. Released: 31.10.2017

J-STD-001G

J-STD-001G: Requirements for Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assemblies
Englisch. 92 Seiten. Released: 31.10.2017.

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IPC-9691B (Hardcopy)

User Guide for the IPC-TM-650, Method 2.6.25, Conductive Anodic Filament (CAF) Resistance and Other Internal Electrochemical Migration Testing

Englisch. 48 pages. Stand: 2016
Mitglieder 148.00 USD Nicht-Mitglieder 178.00 USD

Beschreibung IPC-9691B (Hardcopy)

This document is the product of the IPC Electrochemical Migration (ECM) Task Group. It was drafted to provide guidance regarding implementation of the User Guide for the IPC-TM-650, Method 2.6.25, Conductive Anodic Filament (CAF) Resistance and Other Internal Electrochemical Migration Testing to evaluate the effects of mechanical stress, laminate material fracturing, ionic contamination, moisture content prior to press lamination and other material processing characteristics on formation of conductive paths within laminate material such as conductive anodic filaments (CAF), one specific type of ECM failure mode. This internal ECM test method provides a proven standard for determining the risk of through-hole bias and other internal conductor orientations that result in significant reduction of insulation resistance internally, rather than on the surface of printed boards.

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