Rohs Compliant Solder
In the past, manufacturers were not exceedingly concerned if a PCB needed to be lead-free or not, but those times have changed. With the 2004 introduction of RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances), manufacturers are obligated to support a variety of solder and flux combinations. To avoid board product delays, always be sure you have properly documented your PCB with RoHS or, as needed, non-RoHS specific designators.
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To avoid PCB product delays, here are a few guidelines to follow for RoHS Compliant Solder:
Businesses that sell electronic products to RoHS countries must meet the requirements with this directive and identify compliance in documentation notes.
Important to note where RoHS specifications are not needed on your documentation files with a non-RoHS designator.
Avoid production delays - always ensure that you are properly documenting your PCB with RoHS specifications or, as needed, non-RoHS designators.
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