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Cleaning and Reliability Webinar Series
Cleaning in the Age of No-Clean
Part one of a five-part webinar series
Over the past several years, the electronic assembly industry has seen cleaning (defluxing) become more necessary and more challenging. The amount of tolerable assembly residue is less than ever before. Modern issues such as electro-chemical migration and electrical leakage are creating quantifiable reliability issues as well as associated liability concerns.
Never before, has the removal of contamination from circuit assemblies been so important to a product's overall reliability. Increasing component and assembly densities, decreasing standoff heights, higher reflow temperatures, and increased reliability expectations have created a "perfect storm" that is driving manufacturers to seek cleaning solutions.
While this six-part webinar series is offered free of charge, registration is limited. Reserve your “seat” now and get the benefits of this valuable presentation series without having to leave your office.
The first of the five-part live webinar presentation series is:
Cleaning in the Age of No Clean
- The history of electronics cleaning
- No-clean flux’s impact on assembly reliability
- Electro-Chemical Migration and its three common failure mechanisms
- Dendritic growth
- Parasitic leakage
- Conductive Anodic Filament (CAF)
What's required for this meeting?
Intel® or AMD 1.8Ghz or higher, recommend 2.3Ghz or higher, Power PC G4/G5 or Intel processor Intel®
At least 1 GB
Windows XP®, 7 or higher, Mac OSX 10.6 or higher. Toolbar: Windows® 7 or higher
Internet Explorer® 7 or higher, Firefox® 6 or higher, Safari® 5 or higher, Google Chrome® 11 or higher
11.2 or higher (The newest version of Adobe Flash® is always recommended.)
Java Script and Cookies enabled Firewall port 443 must be open.Toolbar: .Net 2.0 with SP1 or higher; Outlook® 2007 SP2 and Outlook 2010
ON A MOBILE DEVICE
Compatible with iPhone® and iPad® Requires iOS 5.1 or later
Compatible on all Android™ smartphones running operating systems 2.2 or later