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Designing high-temp electronics for auto and other apps

3/8/2010 03:00 PM EST
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Rémi_Paquette
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Rémi_Paquette   10/20/2010 6:26:18 PM
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At école de technologie supérieur, in canada, we've developed a telemetry system working up to 200 deg.C and another working up to 150 deg.C

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EdwardB8   10/10/2010 8:29:16 PM
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So how do I solder my high temp IC to a PCB? Regular solder will start to give at less than 200 deg C. Some guidence on manufaturing techniques would thus be useful too ...

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sq3r   3/24/2010 3:11:05 PM
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Good press for a good company but are there other companies that are also selling high temp semis? What about a survey article highlighting several companies and their offerings? Regards, Robin

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