Reflow Stable PCB Connectors In Stock

December 19, 2023

pcb connector reflow process

 

SV Microwave’s Reflow Stable PCB Connectors are in stock through distribution. These connectors feature a design that ensures a PCB connector maintains its physical integrity as it goes through the high temperatures found in a reflow oven.

 

Reflow Process

Reflow is a common process in PCB manufacturing whereby a board is placed in an oven and heated beyond the melting temperature of the solder used to affix a connector. Generally, PCB connectors that use PTFE(Polytetrafluoroethylene) as the material for its dielectric may not survive the high temperatures experienced in the reflow process. At such high temperatures, reflow can cause the PTFE dielectric to expand and push the connector off of the PCB board.

 

 

SV’s Reflow Stable PCB Connectors

SV Microwave’s Reflow Stable PCB Connector’s dielectric is perfectly sealed with high-temperature glass or epoxy seals. Both materials are highly capable of maintaining their internal geometry and size during reflow’s high temperatures.

Glass Seal

Glass seal can withstand upwards of 500°C temperature.

Epoxy Seal

The Epoxy seal can withstand up to 255°C temperature.

 

 

SV Microwave has the ability to create glass and epoxy seals in-house. Our COTS and custom product lead time is significantly lower than our competitors. Our newest Reflow Stable products feature an epoxy-sealed dielectric and are in stock now. Get the latest product details!

To see a complete line of our PCB connectors that feature a glass seal, you can use our parametric search and select “Glass-seal” under “style.” Or view all of our glass-seal PCB connectors.

 

Features

  • Ability to maintain dimension during the reflow process
  • Connectors are capable of multiple reflows
  • Able to withstand the high temperatures (500 C for glass, 250 C for epoxy)

Applications

  • Applicable in high-density multiport configurations
  • Can perform in high-temperature applications
Leave your comment

Reflow Stable PCB Connectors In Stock

December 19, 2023

pcb connector reflow process

 

SV Microwave’s Reflow Stable PCB Connectors are in stock through distribution. These connectors feature a design that ensures a PCB connector maintains its physical integrity as it goes through the high temperatures found in a reflow oven.

 

Reflow Process

Reflow is a common process in PCB manufacturing whereby a board is placed in an oven and heated beyond the melting temperature of the solder used to affix a connector. Generally, PCB connectors that use PTFE(Polytetrafluoroethylene) as the material for its dielectric may not survive the high temperatures experienced in the reflow process. At such high temperatures, reflow can cause the PTFE dielectric to expand and push the connector off of the PCB board.

 

 

SV’s Reflow Stable PCB Connectors

SV Microwave’s Reflow Stable PCB Connector’s dielectric is perfectly sealed with high-temperature glass or epoxy seals. Both materials are highly capable of maintaining their internal geometry and size during reflow’s high temperatures.

Glass Seal

Glass seal can withstand upwards of 500°C temperature.

Epoxy Seal

The Epoxy seal can withstand up to 255°C temperature.

 

 

SV Microwave has the ability to create glass and epoxy seals in-house. Our COTS and custom product lead time is significantly lower than our competitors. Our newest Reflow Stable products feature an epoxy-sealed dielectric and are in stock now. Get the latest product details!

To see a complete line of our PCB connectors that feature a glass seal, you can use our parametric search and select “Glass-seal” under “style.” Or view all of our glass-seal PCB connectors.

 

Features

  • Ability to maintain dimension during the reflow process
  • Connectors are capable of multiple reflows
  • Able to withstand the high temperatures (500 C for glass, 250 C for epoxy)

Applications

  • Applicable in high-density multiport configurations
  • Can perform in high-temperature applications
Leave your comment