Are you RoHS Compliant?
The impact that RoHS will have on engineering designs and product deployment could include:
- RoHS may require a requalification of a design using the RoHS compliant parts
- A design may have to be re-engineered to support the RoHS compliant parts
- The different chemical makeup of RoHS parts may require an additional “learning curve” for PCB assembly houses to re-tool soldering processes
Additional links on RoHS:
Finger Lakes Engineering Free Support
Finger Lakes Engineering has collected a series of both internal and 3rd party publications including specs, standards, and design guides. These documents are provided to help designers review basic, advanced, and sometimes obscure engineering data that can provide critical information needed during the product development cycle.
Finger Lakes Engineering can also be contacted for a direct review of your specific product and design challenges.
FLE provides a variety of specifications, standards, and helpful guides authored by both Finger Lakes Engineering and other vendors. Included are DDR Guide, IPC Charts, Cooling Guide, and more.
FLE is working with clients affected by RoHS to help them understand how it may impact their designs. FLE provides both re-engineering services and device qualification services to our clients.
FLE has collected a series of insightful third-party guides for assisting engineers designing with, or beginning to design with, DDR-SDRAM memory interfaces. We recommend that anyone attempting to design a DDR-SDRAM memory interface should gain a complete understanding of all areas discussed in these guides.