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Low humidity dry cabinets for MSD

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#50092

Low humidity dry cabinets for MSD | 3 May, 2007

Has anyone been using low humidity dry cabinets for storing moisture sensitive devices?

Any suggestion on the right equipment vendor? Thank you.

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#50093

Low humidity dry cabinets for MSD | 3 May, 2007

We have a "McDry" cabinet. It works well.

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#50095

Low humidity dry cabinets for MSD | 3 May, 2007

While you're waiting for others to reply, search fine SMTnet Archives => dry and cabinet

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#50110

Low humidity dry cabinets for MSD | 4 May, 2007

We use Super Dry. The oldest ones are about 5 years old and we haven't had a problem.

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#50139

Low humidity dry cabinets for MSD | 7 May, 2007

If you're looking for something for less than $5-10k, you should consider setting up a point-of-use air drying system. If you can supply fairly dry air from a house system to the point of use dryer, you can acheive humidty levels below 2% easily.

We use LA-MAN equipment for drying. It's hooked up to a basic dry cabinet with grounded shelves and we have a constant RH monitor hooked up. This whole system was put together for about $2500 and we are running below 1% RH.

Check out http://www.laman.com/extractor.htm.

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