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TLV1117: Please provide wash/cleaning instructions for the mentioned part numbers

Part Number: TLV1117

Hello,

 

Hope you doing well!

 

I have query  on the below parts.

 

Would water washable chemistry / Air Blower be suitable for this specific component cleaning?

 

i.e. Whether the component is water wash compatible.

 

Wash- Solvent (Non-Aqueous)

Wash – Aqueous  

Hermetically Sealed?

 

Part number

Remarks

ADS7951SBDBTR

 

ADS7951SBRGER

 

ADS7952SBRHBR

 

ADS114S06BIRHBR

 

ADS114S06BIPBSR

 

ADS114S08BIRHBR

 

ADS114S08BIPBSR

 

TPSM64406RCHR

 

ISOW7741FQDFMRQ1

 

LM338T/NOPB

 

LM7805CT/NOPB

 

ISOW7741FQDFMRQ1

 

ISOW7741QDFMRQ1

 

ISOW7740FDFMR

 

ISOW7743FDFMR

 

PGA855RGTR

 

INA851RGTR

 

INA849DR

 

TMCS1133A1A

 

LM2901BIPWR

 

REF2041AIDDCT

 

LM2903BIPWR

 

TPS79801QDGNRQ1

 

BQ25173DSGR

 

TLV1811DBVR

 

ISO1412BDWR

 

ISO1412DWR

 

LM66200DRLR

 

Thanks,

Dhivya

  • Hey Dhivya,

    The list includes many different package types, MSL, and ESD levels -- so it depends.

    Are these devices already mounted onto a PCB, or are they loose parts that you would like to clean before reflowing them onto your PCB?

    Best Regards,

    Nick Altman

  • Hi,

    The devices are mounted on the PCB, that we would like to clean after reflowing.

    Thanks,

    Dhivya

  • Hey Dhivya,

    Here is a link to some literature regarding cleaning post reflow. 

    For debugging purposes and not otherwise stated in the datasheet, de-ionized (DI) water or isopropyl alcohol (IPA) may be used to clean our devices. Cold dry air (CDA) may also be used to dry and remove any debris on our devices. 

    For production, TI recommends you reach out to your flux vendor for recommended solvents and cleaning steps.

    Hope this helps!

    Best Regards,

    Nick Altman