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#44263

Printed Circuit Boards | 2 October, 2006

Ooops sorry! Has anyone ever had a problem with using FR4 for a burn-in board? We suggested using Nelco or getek, but will FR4 have any problems in the assembly area through the solder wave?

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#44264

Printed Circuit Boards | 2 October, 2006

Josel,

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Jerry

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RDR

#44268

Printed Circuit Boards | 2 October, 2006

nope it will not, I am sure that an FR-4 board has been wave soldered sometime in history

Russ

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#44273

Printed Circuit Boards | 2 October, 2006

Jerry: This seems to be a reasonable question to ask in a technical forum.

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#44276

Printed Circuit Boards | 2 October, 2006

All of us wave solder FR4 all day-long, not to say we have never had problems doing it.

The selection of the laminate material should depend on the burnin application. We'd be concerned about a FR4 burnin board that saw GT 150*C for extended periods.

Polyimide||up to 240*C G-Tech||up to 180*C BT Material||up to 170*C FR4||up to 150*C

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#44279

Printed Circuit Boards | 3 October, 2006

This is an edited version not his original post.

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