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solderability

(ˌsɒldərəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
(Metallurgy) metallurgy the characteristic of being solderable
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Corrosion of PCB finished with organic solderability preservative (OSP) proceeded by way of a uniform/pitting corrosion mechanism.
If there had been solder on the termination, the process parameters may have been correct, and problems with the pad solderability may have been present.
the 30 g devices provide 10 N copper alloy terminal strength and solderability for five seconds at 260[degrees]C.
Solderability Improvement of Obsolescence Electronic Components by Using Plasma Treatment Technique
Conventional organic solderability preservative (OSP) finished PCBs were used as a reference.
This will eliminate oxidation, which harms solderability. It also will add wetting and improve your technique.
The series offers desirable solderability, current rating and shielded construction.
When it was developed, the focus was on solderability and compliance to environmental regulations.
The 1995/96 testing included solderability testing in accordance with IPC J-STD-002, surface finish oxidation assessment using Sequential Electrochemical Analysis (SERA), and ball bond/ wedge bond wirebondability testing in accordance with the MIL-STD-883D, Method 2011.7, test condition C procedures.
Poor solderability of the edge termination is typically caused by the lack of a protective coating like tin on the surface of the copper lead frame or resin smearing during component singulation.
The device meets safety agency standards, is full-edge terminated with nickel-gold finish for desirable solderability and is RoHS compliant.