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Altis upgrades embedded non-volatile memory

4/2/2013 02:03 PM EDT
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resistion   4/3/2013 5:12:23 PM
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Isn't the solder reflow something like 250 C for 30 s?

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Peter Clarke   4/3/2013 5:22:14 PM
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With wave solder machines I think the components are under the solder for less time than that. But somenbody who knows a typical thermal profile spec. for soldering could chip in.

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