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RoHS round 2

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RoHS round 2 - Mar 26, 2008 by Patrick Bruneel  

RoHS round 2 - Mar 26, 2008 by gabriella  

RoHS round 2 - Mar 26, 2008 by Hussman  

RoHS round 2 - Mar 27, 2008 by Patrick Bruneel  

RoHS round 2 - Mar 27, 2008 by Steve Gregory  

RoHS round 2 - Mar 27, 2008 by Sr.Tech  

RoHS round 2 - Mar 27, 2008 by Dr Shocker  

RoHS round 2 - Mar 27, 2008 by Dirk Nuendyke  

RoHS round 2 - Mar 27, 2008 by Dirk Nuendyke  

RoHS round 2 - Mar 27, 2008 by Real Chunks  

RoHS round 2 - Mar 27, 2008 by Steve Thomas  

RoHS round 2 - Mar 28, 2008 by Patrick Bruneel  

RoHS round 2 - Apr 09, 2008 by Dirk Nuendyke  

RoHS round 2 - Apr 09, 2008 by Patrick Bruneel  

RoHS round 2 - Apr 09, 2008 by Dirk Nuendyke  

RoHS round 2 - Apr 10, 2008 by Samir Nagheenanajar  

RoHS round 2 - Apr 10, 2008 by Real Chunks  

#54179

RoHS round 2 | 26 March, 2008

Hi all,

I wanted to share this with y�all, because it�s informative on what is to come but at the same time hilarious.

******************************************************** From Dr. Craig Hillman (DfR Solutions)

RoHS 2 Moves Forward (Run For Your Lives!)

The �ko-Institut in Norway, tasked by the European Union to expand the materials covered by RoHS, has just identified 46 new substances for regulation.

The list is impressive. It includes: Nickel (as in nickel plating), Beryllium (as in copper-beryllium alloys), Gallium Arsenide (say good-bye to cell phones), Liquid Crystals (do you really need a display?) and Rosin (as in rosin flux).

Tetrabromobisphenol-A (TBBPA) was not included, due to its recent approval by the EU.

With only one week to provide input (March 28th), this round of new restrictions is moving ahead quickly. The final result remains to be seen, but future electronics may have to be made from clay, rocks and paper.

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#54180

RoHS round 2 | 26 March, 2008

hi Patrick,

they forgot copper, silver and gold. If they approve their list with the materials mentioned above, we don't have to worry any more. We can just go for another job. Where can I find the list by the way?

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#54183

RoHS round 2 | 26 March, 2008

Good question - please post the list.

And what would the new symbol look like? A clear leaf?

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#54191

RoHS round 2 | 27 March, 2008

List in attachment. If you carefully read the list the EU is planning to go back to the Stone Age. No further comments.

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#54194

RoHS round 2 | 27 March, 2008

At what point do we just say enough is enough!! Screw the EU! If they want to continue down this path then let them, and the rest of the world will continue to advance and reap the benefits of technology...

Geeze, this is getting 'friggen rediculous!

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#54197

RoHS round 2 | 27 March, 2008

They forgot to mention:

TETRA�METHYL�DIAMINO�BENZHYDRYL�PHOSPHINOUS,ETHYLENE�DIAMINE�TETRA�ACETIC, and FORMALDEHYDE�TETRA�METHYL�AMIDO�FLUORIMUM.

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#54198

RoHS round 2 | 27 March, 2008

I gotta a sister named TETRA�METHYL�DIAMINO�BENZHYDRYL�PHOSPHINOUS ETHYLENE�DIAMINE�TETRA�ACETIC FORMALDEHYDE�TETRA�METHYL�AMIDO�FLUORIMUM!

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#54200

RoHS round 2 | 27 March, 2008

Will clay, rock, and paper provide sufficient signal carrying capabilities without degrading signal strength or transmission speed, and further, will these materials exceed tensile strengths of traditional "metallurgical" solder joints?

DaveF? Patrick? =======================

Below is the product that my company is quoting. It is an advanced Modulus Time Machine.

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#54201

RoHS round 2 | 27 March, 2008

Is he/she related to Ticky Ticky Tembo no sa Rembo Charri Barri Ruchi Pip Berry Pembo?

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#54205

RoHS round 2 | 27 March, 2008

You two have the wrong forum. Please proceed to the nearest website designed for children.

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#54206

RoHS round 2 | 27 March, 2008

I don't think it matters. Without insulation (did you see the plastics listings?) it's kind of a moot point.

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#54209

RoHS round 2 | 28 March, 2008

CK,

Forget about all that sophisticated technical stuff. See picture of a RoHS 1&2 compliant vehicle (no electronics).

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#54311

RoHS round 2 | 9 April, 2008

Patrick, it appears that there IS someone in Automotive that is unequivocably 100% RoHS compliant!

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#54320

RoHS round 2 | 9 April, 2008

Thanks CK,

I was not aware that they were already working on a prototype.

Could this be the corresponding driver?

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#54322

RoHS round 2 | 9 April, 2008

Patrick, yes, the gentleman above is just one of the people involved in this RoHS nonsense, but I think the world reacts (or over-reacts) to individuals such as the one below:

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#54338

RoHS round 2 | 10 April, 2008

Here's a shop that's known to be RoHS compliant. They've got world-class process controls in place.

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#54340

RoHS round 2 | 10 April, 2008

Thats' from Moon Man's web site!

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