No Lead Solder
Previously, manufacturers were not concerned if a printed circuit board (PCB) had lead-free solder or not, but since the 2004 introduction of RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances), manufactures have changed. They are now required to support a variety of solder and flux combinations. Avoid the pitfalls of PCB design delays due to solder requirements, by using a PCB software that catches RoHS solder specifications.
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Here are a few guidelines to follow for RoHS compliant solder, which include:
Companies selling electronic products to RoHS countries must identify compliance in documentation notes
Note where RoHS specifications are not needed on your documentation files with a non-RoHS designator
Avoid PCB production delays by ensuring you are properly documented
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