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Test Boards for Cleanliness and Conformal Coating Practical Components SIR Test Board


The Practical Components SIR board is a double sided board to characterize fluxes by determining the degradation of electrical insulation resistance of rigid printed wiring board specimens after exposure to the specified flux. The board contains pads for LCC68 and A-PBGA208-1.0mm-17mm components. Boards and kits are available in Tin-Lead or Lead-Free.


Practical Components Saber Board


The SABER evaluation board can be used to evaluate pick and place equipment, reflow process, component, cleanliness and solder paste screening. The SABER board also has honeycomb patterns for SIR testing. Board finishes include ImAg, ENIG and Pb-Free HASL. Standard board material is IS-410.


Practical Components PC015 Assembled Test Board


Available Pre-Assembled, this board is the ideal vehicle for Off the shelf Conformal Coating testing. Pre-Populated with a variety of component types, from LQFPs and CABGAs, DIPs down to 0603 chips this board offers a real-world conformal coating testing surface and gives standardized and repeatable results. The PC015 is available in Tin-Lead or Lead-Free versions. The PC015 and components can also be delivered unassembled or partially assembled, example: only the surface mount components mounted on the board. Practical Components also specializes in design- ing PCB test boards made to size, thickness, material or specified require- ments as requested. Practical can also manage the procurement process and supply chain, including assembly and application of materials. Practi- cals PC015 Rework Kit conforms to IPC 7711/7721 standards or reworking.


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