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High Temperature Component Warpage as a Function of Moisture Sensitivity (MSL) Rating

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Moisture sensitivity requirements for non-hermetic surface mount devices are defined in the joint IPC/JEDEC standard J-STD-020E, “Joint IPC/JEDEC Standard for Moisture/Reflow Sensitivity Classification for Non-hermetic Surface-Mount Devices,” last updated in December 2014. This standard allows customers and suppliers to place electronics devices into specific categories, defined into 8 different moisture sensitivity levels (MSL). Test method criteria are defined within this standard to define MSL levels for different packages. A subsection of MSLs are shown in Figure 1 below, showing the MSL 3 and 4 used in this study.

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The Knowledge Base: Building Reliable Electronics for Harsh Environments

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Welcome to our new column, The Knowledge Base, from SMTA. These monthly columns will feature conversations with industry experts and leaders across the electronics manufacturing spectrum. In this first column, Mike Konrad, vice president of communications for SMTA, provides answers to questions he’s been asked over the years about how to build reliable electronics in harsh environments.
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