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Instrument Systems Elements. Computer Controlled Instrument Systems. It advises on selecting the right piece of equipment and finding out what it does, how it does it and how to get the most out of its use. Further, these packages are generally used in high-end systems such as telecommunications equipment and powerful computers. The RoHS legislation exempts such equipment from restrictions on Pb until In the meantime, package manufacturers are working to find and test reliable replacements for Pb-based solders for high-end packages.
Some smaller ICs have already made the switch to Pb-free interconnects. Other exclusions or exemptions detailed in the current RoHS directive are Cd and Pb in batteries, Pb in video monitor screens, and Hg in fluorescent light bulbs. It is curious to note that RoHS legislation targets Pb in solders even though solder represents a minor use of Pb it is estimated to comprise less than 10 percent of world Pb usage.
Conversely, the exempted Pb-acid storage battery is the major consumer of Pb accounting for more than 85 percent worldwide Pb usage. In August , additional exemptions were allowed for the RoHS legislation. As will be discussed in subsequent chapters, lead has been used to reduce or eliminate the occurrence of tin whiskers metallic dendrites of tin that grow from pure tin surfaces.
Metallic whiskers, such as from tin or zinc, are known to pose a reliability risk in terms of electrical shorting between oppositely charged conductors. This applies to NiFe Alloy 42, also known as Kovar lead-frames as well as to components with copper lead-frames.
Curiously, the exemption does not cover connectors. Every industry is being impacted either by processes and materials or materials availability. IC makers and component manufacturers have worked to understand the impact of the higher process temperatures required for Pb-free soldering.
Plastic encapsulated components are known to absorb water from the atmosphere.
As these components are heated to reflow soldering temperature, the water expands and can cause component cracking. The higher temperature regimes of most lead-free solders will exacerbate the issue of popcorning requiring more attention to component drying cycles. This is especially relevant to components that are not hermetically sealed. Also, longer bake-out cycles are likely required.
Many components, such as ICs and passive devices resistors, capacitors, and so on , may not be suited for the higher process temperatures generally associated with lead-free soldering. The higher temperature may result in changes to electrical characteristics, cracking, melting, or other component damage or degradation.
Only components certified by the parts manufacturer or by the user should be considered for Pb-free assembly. The manufacturer of each component assigns it a moisture sensitivity classification that dictates how long the component can be stored in a normal workplace environment before requiring a controlled bake-out cycle.
Detailed information can be found about component moisture sensitivity classification, storage conditions, and bake-out requirements in joint industry standards J-STD and J-STD Other negative attributes are associated with the move to Pb-free solders.
Most of the Pb-free solders are poorer wetting slower to spread on a solderable surface , have grainer appearance which is not necessarily a negative attribute, but different from what is generally accepted as a positive attribute in lead-based solder joints.
With the advent of Pb-free solders as a mainstream technology, electrical components meant for surface mounting are being reformulated or requalified to withstand the higher requisite temperatures of Pb-free processing. Similarly, standards organizations such as the Joint Electron Devices Engineering Council JEDEC have respecified the maximum safe temperature regime for components due to the generally higher reflow soldering temperature required for Pb-free soldering.
The changes were introduced with version D of that document. Inspection personnel require retraining to give proper attention to the changes and renewed inspection criteria. Only laminates with characteristic high-glass transition temperature Tg and high-decomposition temperature Td should be investigated for use in the Pb-free process.
PWB laminates are more likely to sag during Pb-free reflow.
Some may even darken in color or delaminate when exposed to Pb-free soldering temperatures. Careful attention to material selection and testing is a must for Pb-free soldering. Reformulation of circuit board laminates for higher temperature use is required to reduce the possibility of warpage, charring, delamination, sagging, via- or barrelcracking, and so on.