Lead Finish A42 Definition
Part Number: SN55462
Can you tell me what the lead finish is for this part? SNJ55462JG
It would be helpful if the Material Content page on the website contained the information.
This device is Sn63Pb37 solder dipped.
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In reply to Wade Vonbergen:
Is that true for all A42 parts, or would I need to check on a case-by-case basis?
In reply to Bill Mackin:
This is not necessarily conclusive.
Your best way to tell for a QML for JAN device, would be to use the 5962- DLA/SMD part number. The last character of the part number indicates lead finish. If it ends in A, it is solder dipped. If C, then gold plate.
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