AD202: potting material, Cleaning possible - Pins internally connected

Document created by analog-archivist Employee on Feb 23, 2016
Version 1Show Document
  • View in full screen mode

1).  Is the part suitable to be processed through a co-solvent cleaning process
after the devise is fitted/solder to a board in order to remove any flux
residues from the soldered connections?


2). The device seems to be potted with a black rubber compound … can you advise
on what  potting material has been used?

3). How are the terminal pins connected to the internal PCB of the amplifier …
are there sprung or soldered contacts?

 

1).  Is the part suitable to be processed through a co-solvent cleaning process
after the devise is fitted/solder to a board in order to remove any flux
residues from the soldered connections?
I would not recommend going through a cleaning process, these are not hermetic
components.

2). The device seems to be potted with a black rubber compound … can you advise
on what  potting material has been used?
The soft material is a Silicone compound.


3). How are the terminal pins connected to the internal PCB of the amplifier …
are there sprung or soldered contacts?
The pins are soldered internally to the PCB.

Attachments

    Outcomes