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Precautions for the use of
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Precautions for the use of Dip switches
1. General information:
This guide-line provides general information about the handling of our dip
switches.
2. Recommended Soldering Profiles
2.1 Recommended soldering profiles for SMT parts
Please download our Hot-Air Reflow standard profile from our website
under the following link:
http://www.weonline.com/web/en/passive_bauelemente_standard/download_center_pb
s/Download_Center_PBS.php?p=2#dbfilter
File name: “Standard Soldering Profile”
All our products are proven and tested by Wuerth Elektronik soldering test
standard.
2.2 Recommended soldering profiles for THT parts
Please download our soldering standard from the Internet under the
following link:
http://www.weonline.com/web/en/passive_bauelemente_standard/download_center_pb
s/Download_Center_PBS.php?p=2#dbfilter
File name: “Standard Soldering Profile”
All our products are proven and tested by Wuerth Elektronik soldering
test standard.
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2.3
Recommended for hand soldering:
350°C for 3 sec. max or 270°C for 5 sec. max.
2.4
Recommended for vapor phase soldering
Our dip switch products are not qualified for VPH.
Qualification of usability must be approved on customer side for his
process, gladly with free samples offered by Wuerth Elektronik.
2.5
Cleaning, Washing and Coating
For non-washable series,
Parts out of this series are not construed for washing, so that washing
can cause a malfunction afterwards.
For our washable series
Please do not submerse our washable products into water or cleaning
agents or put them in locations exposed to water/liquids completely.
When cleaning by hand (brushing), please do not use excessive force on
our switch to avoid malfunction afterwards, because you could deform
function relevant areas or you could damage sealing functions.
Do not clean washable series immediately after soldering. The cleaning
may be absorbed into the switch through respiration while the switch
cools.
If our product is potted in customer applications, the potting material
might shrink during and after hardening. According to this the product is
exposed to the pressure of the potting material with the effect that the
product is possibly damaged by this pressure and so the electronics as
well as the mechanical characteristics are endanger to be affected. After
the potting material is cured, the products need to be checked in case any
malfunctions or destructions on the product have occurred.
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3.
Handling of the component
Please keep our switch at “off” position during the soldering process.
For series with top tape, please remove the tape after your process is
completed.
For setting of the position, we recommend to use a ball pen or (optimum)
plastic tweezers with flat surface for operation and do not apply with
excessive force as , it could cause damage or deformation of the
moveable contact area and result into function errors.
Correct setting way :
1) For the flat type, please remove the tape first after soldering process.
2) One side of the tweezers hold the cover, the other side hold in vertical
direction to the moveable actuator.
3) Use slide force to change the setting.
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Do not use sharp surface like below :
Sharp surface may easier damage the moveable contact and cause to
malfunction. Also sharp setting tools may cause the cover or visual
damages of the components.
Please do not focus the force pressure point only on 1 point.
By holding like this offers the moveable contact only the pressure on one
side and it can cause easier the deforming of moveable contact or
damage the slider window and cause the deforming of the contact or over
sliding of the moveable contact and cause to malfunction.
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Please let the board or parts cool down completely before setting the
positions.
4.
Storage & operation condition
Storage temperature : -40°C ~ 85°C
Operation temperature: -40°C ~ 85° C
5.
Compliance
Wuerth Elektronik products are Rohs compliance products. For a 3rd
parties RoHs report, please contact us.
For any further information, please feel free to contact our sales
representatives.
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