19 February 2016

Understanding the Reality of New, High 'Reliability' Solders

For a long time, the electronics world only had to deal with SnPb (eutectic or high Pb). With the movement to RoHS over 15 years ago (how time flies!), three more solder alloys became prominent in the electronics world (SAC305, SN100C, and SAC125Ni).
However, with increasing concern over thermal cycling and the need for hotter electronics in electrified systems (such as electric cars, solar power, and microgrids), there is increasing interest in ‘high reliability’ solders. Initially sparked by the introduction of Innolot through a European consortium, each major solder supplier now has their own ‘high reliability’ alloy.

But what does ‘high reliability’? Thermal cycling? Vibration? Shock? Is it manufacturable? Is it controllable? In this insightful and unique webinar, DfR Solutions will attempt to pull back the curtain and reveal what is actually known about the performance of these new tin-based alloys and whether they are a right fit for your design and your organization.



Understanding the Reality of New, High 'Reliability' Solders


Craig Hillman



Thursday the 25th of February 2016

5:00 PM - 6.30 PM CEST

8:00 PM - 9.30 PM CEST