SMT_Nomenclature

SMT_Nomenclature
SURFACE MOUNT
NOMENCLATURE
AND PACKAGING
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Contents
Overview .............................................................................................................................................. 3
Flat Chip ............................................................................................................................................... 4
MELF Components ..............................................................................................................................10
Tantalum Capacitors .......................................................................................................................... . 12
Transistors and Diodes ........................................................................................................................ 14
Lead Styles ...........................................................................................................................................20
SOIC .................................................................................................................................................... 22
TSOP ................................................................................................................................................... 27
PLCC ....................................................................................................................................................28
LCC ......................................................................................................................................................29
Flat Packs ..............................................................................................................................................30
QFP ......................................................................................................................................................31
BGA (Ball Grid Array) ....................................................................................................................... 36
Flip Chips ........................................................................................................................................... 37
Micro BGA ......................................................................................................................................... 38
Fine Pitch Terminology ...................................................................................................................... 39
TopArt ................................................................................................................................................. 42
OVERVIEW
This booklet is a plain-English introduction to surface mount nomenclature
and packaging. Soon you will be speaking the language of Surface Mount
just like a professional.
1.
Nomenclature
There are many different types of surface mount packages. Each time a
new surface mount package is developed a new name is created. These
names are usually abbreviated by their initials. As an example: The Quad
Flat Pack is commonly known as the QFP. Unfortunately, some packages
have more than one name. This sometimes creates confusion in the
industry. I will do my best to explain the subtle differences between
component types.
2.
Package versus Packaging
Let's start by clarifying the difference between the words "package(s)" and
"packaging." The word "package" is used in this book to refer to the
component's physical shape or outline. The word "packaging" is used in
this book to describe how the component is stored. As an example: Tape
and Reel is the packaging. QFP is a package.
3.
Trends
Surface mount technology changes rapidly. However, trends can be
identified. This book includes my observations of industry trends. By
understanding these trends, you will gain a fuller appreciation of the
components described in this book. They will begin to take on a life of their
own and will become more meaningful to you than just names on a page.
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FLAT CHIP NOMENCLATURE
Let's start out by studying simple flat chip components such as ceramic
capacitors and resistors.
The footprint (size) of flat chips is identified by a 4-digit size code.
In the USA, this 4-digit size code is measured in inches. Outside the USA,
the size code may be either millimeters or inches. This can cause
confusion, so it is important to verify whether the size code is in metric or
inches.
The first two digits in the size code refer to the length (L) from Terminationto-Termination. The second two digits refer to the width (W) of the
termination.
For example, if the first two digits in the size code are 12, then the length of
the flat chip is .12". However, if the size code is metric, the 12 would equal
1.2mm.
The thickness (T) of the package is not included in the 4-digit size code. You
must refer to the actual manufacturer's data sheet to get information
regarding thickness.
Below are the most common size codes for capacitors and resistors:
Size Code
Inch
0402
0504
0603
0805
1005*
1206
1210*
1812
2225
Metric
1005*
1210*
1508
2012
2512
3216
3225
4532
5664
Approximate Size (LxW)
Inch
.04" x .02"
.05" x .04"
.06" x .03"
.08" x .05"
.10" x .05"
.12" x .06"
.12" x .10"
.18" x .12"
.22" x .25"
Metric
1.0 x 0.5mm
1.2 x 1.0mm
1.5 x 0.8mm
2.0 x 1.2mm
2.5 x 1.2mm
3.2 x 1.6mm
3.2 x 2.5mm
4.5 x 3.2mm
5.6 x 6.4mm
* Caution: Overlapping size codes. Metric appears same as inches.
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FLAT CHIPS
•
•
Capacitors & Resistors
Dimensions
USA
= Inches
Outside USA = Metric or Inches
L
W
*T
Terminations
*Thickness is not included
in the 4-digit size code.
Example:
Caution: Must verify if size
code is metric or
inches.
12
10
Length
Width
.12" or 1.2mm
.10" or 1.0mm
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FLAT CHIP TRENDS
At the present time, component handling equipment capable of handling
0402 size components is not widely available. However, new equipment
capable of handling small sized components is rapidly being developed.
Small sized components are also more difficult to solder and service in the
field.
In fact, the 0402 is so small, it looks just like a grain of black pepper found
in your kitchen.
Japan is leading the way towards miniaturization. It is still common for
American firms to use 1206 and 0805 resistors, while most Japanese
companies use only 0805 and 0603 sizes. Americans are slowly incorporating 0603 resistors and capacitors into their new designs.
0402 is in the prototype stage in Japan, the USA and Europe.
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FLAT CHIPS
TRENDS
•
Chips Are Getting Smaller
•
Japan Leading theWay
Toward Miniaturization
•
Component Handling Infrastructure
Not Yet Widely Available for 0402 Size
Now
Design In
Prototype
0603
0402
USA
0805
1206
Prototype
Now
Japan
0805
0603
0402
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FLAT CHIP PACKAGING
7 inch (178mm) diameter reels are standard around the world for capacitors
and resistors. These reels can hold 5,000 resistors and typically 3,000 to
4,000 capacitors.
13 inch (330mm) reels are available on special order for higher volume
users. The large reel holds more components (example: 10,000 parts) and
requires less handling than do 7 inch (178mm) reels.
Paper (cardboard) reels with punched paper carrier tape are the most
popular packaging for resistors.
Plastic reels with embossed plastic carrier tape are the most popular
packaging choice for ceramic multilayer capacitors.
Nevertheless, capacitors are available with paper tape and paper reels, and
resistors are available with plastic tape and plastic reels.
For low volume assembly, bulk packaging in plastic (vinyl) bags is acceptable.
An alternative type of packaging is now being offered by Japanese firms.
Refillable chip shooters (plastic dispensing boxes) and casette holders offer
several environmental advantages over tape and reel packaging.
Chip shooters consume less physical space and weigh less than tape and
reel. Therefore, freight charges (and gas/petrol consumption) are lower.
Since paper tape and paper reels waste trees, refillable chip shooters
conserve our forests and natural resources.
Finally, plastic tape and plastic reels are not biodegradeable and this raises
further concern over environmental issues.
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FLAT CHIP
PACKAGING
Tape & Reel
7" DIAMETER
STANDARD
REEL MATERIAL
• PLASTIC
• PAPER
13" SPECIAL
ORDER
CARRIER TAPE
Capacitors
1st Choice Plastic
2nd Choice Paper
Resistors
1st Choice Paper
2nd Choice Plastic
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MELF COMPONENTS
MELF components are more popular in Japan and Europe than in the USA.
MELF stands for Metal Electrode Face Bonded and consists of two
terminals bonded into a cylindrical body.
MELF resistors and capacitors are less expensive than their flat chip
counterparts; however, they require special handling during assembly.
The biggest disadvantage of MELF components is that they may tend to roll
off their solder pads during assembly.
Diodes are also available in MELF and mini-melf packages.
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CYLINDRICAL
MELF
COMPONENTS
•
Diodes
•
Resistors
•
Capacitors
•
MELF Not Popular in USA
•
Rolls on PC Board
Capacitors
Resistors
•
•
•
•
0805
1206
1406
2308
Diodes
• SOD 80 Mini-melf
1.6mm x 3.5 mm
• SM1 Melf
2.5mm x 5.0mm
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MOLDED TANTALUM CAPACITORS
Several years ago, the electronic industry adopted the E.I.A. (American)
and I.E.C.Q. (European) standard case sizes for molded tantalum capacitors.
The Japanese EIAJ standard is not fully compatible with American and
European standards.
The E.I.A. and I.E.C.Q. have established four standard case sizes. These
case sizes are designated with the letters A, B, C, D or by their 4-digit metric
size code. Package height is not included in the size code.
EIA/IECQ
Size Code
Metric
Code
A
B
C
D
3216
3528
6032
7343
Metric Footprint
3.2 X 1.6mm
3.5 x 2.8mm
6.0 x 3.2mm
7.3 x 4.3mm
The most common packaging for molded tantalum capacitors is plastic tape
and either plastic or cardboard reels.
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MOLDED TANTALUM
CAPACITORS
E.I.A. Sizes
A, B, C, D
Footprint is Metric
Example:
A case =
32
16
Length
Width
3.2 mm
1.6 mm
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TRANSISTORS AND DIODES
Rectangular transistors and diodes are SOT packages (Small Outline
Transistor).
The most popular size is the SOT23. Other packages include the SOT89,
SOT143 and SOT223.
The Japanese have designated the SC59 which is almost the same size as
the SOT23.
In addition, the Japanese have developed the Mini-SOT which is approximately one-half the size of a standard SOT23.
Motorola developed the DPAK and D2 PAK to house higher-powered
devices. The D2 PAK was designed to replace the popular TO220 leaded
transistor.
TRENDS
Packages for rectangular diodes and transistors are getting both smaller
and bigger.
The smallest rectangular transistor is now the mini-SOT, and it is gaining
popularity in Japan.
The biggest surface mount transistor is the D2 PAK which was developed
by Motorola to offer a direct footprint equivalent to the popular throughhole
TO220 package.
Larger packages are designed to accommodate high power silicon die.
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SOT
TRANSISTORS
And
DIODES
•
•
•
•
SOT FEATURES
Rectangular
Easy Placement
Old Technology
SOT 23, SOT 89
SOT 143, SOT 223
DPAK FEATURES
•
Replaces TO220
•
High Power
•
Tape & Reel
SOT 23
Most Popular
Mini SOT
DPAK
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TRANSISTOR AND DIODE PACKAGING
Tape and reel is the most popular packaging for SMD transistors and
diodes. Smaller SOT packages are mounted on 7 inch (178mm) reels.
Larger packages such as DPAK and D2 PAK are normally sold on 13 inch
(330mm) reels.
Typical Quantity on Reel
Package
SOT23
SOT 89
SOT 143
SOT 223
DPAK
SOD80
SM1 MELF
Qty
3,000
1,000
2,000
1,000
2,500
2,500
1,500
Always plastic
carrier tape
Orientation
Caution must be taken in ordering SOT23 with the correct orientation.
There are two choices: T1 and T2. The T1 orientation is the most popular
and has one lead of the SOT23 facing the sprocket holes on the carrier tape.
The T2 is oriented on the tape with two leads facing the sprocket holes.
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TRANSISTOR & DIODE
PACKAGING
• Most Popular T&R
• SOT
=
• DPAK =
7" Reel
13" Reel
CARRIER TAPE
•
Always Plastic
ORIENTATION
• T1 SOT23 1 LeadToward Sprocket Holes
(Most Preferred)
• T2 SOT23
2 LeadsToward Sprocket Holes
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SMD INTEGRATED CIRCUITS FAMILY
Package types for surface mount integrated circuits can be grouped into
families.
The flat pack is old technology.
The QUAD flat pack and TSOP use newer technology.
Each family has certain characteristics in common such as lead style, lead
pitch, body size and case materials.
The remainder of this book is devoted to describing SMD integrated circuits.
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SMD
IC FAMILY
OVERVIEW
SMALL
OUTLINE
LEADED CHIP
CARRIER
QUAD FLAT PACK
FLAT PACK
PIN GRID ARRAY
TSOP
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LEAD STYLES
Let's start by learning the three basic lead styles. Each lead has a name
which resembles its shape.
Gull-wing leads are small and quite fragile. They can easily be damaged
and must be handled with great care.
Gull-wing leads are used to get the highest number of leads onto an IC. It
is possible to get 40 to 80 leads per linear inch (15 to 33 leads per cm) onto
an IC using gull-wing leads. Gull-wing leads are easy to inspect after
soldering.
J-leads are more sturdy than gull-wing leads; however, they take up more
space. With J-leads, you can only get 20 leads per linear inch (8 leads per
cm) on an IC package.
Flat leads are also used on IC's. Flat leads must be stored in special carriers
to prevent lead damage.
Just prior to use, IC's with flat leads are cut and bent into gull-wings by using
lead forming equipment. Lead forming equipment is an extra expense.
Therefore, flat leads are the least popular type of IC lead.
The words lead pitch are synonymous with lead space.
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SMD
LEADS
STYLES
•GULL-WING
•J-LEAD
•FLAT
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SOIC SMALL OUTLINE NOMENCLATURE
Small Outline IC's belong to a family of packages with a variety of lead
styles and lead counts. Small outline packages are called by over 10
different names. There are small differences between each type, and often
they are called by the wrong name. On pages 22 - 23, we will discuss the
differences.
SO
SOM
SOP
SSOP
?
VSOP
SOL
SOLIC
TSOP
SOJ
SOLJ
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SOIC TRENDS
The trend toward higher density (more leads) continues.
The new VSOP, QSOP and SSOP doubles the number of leads while
maintaining the traditional small outline appearance. This is accomplished
by decreasing the lead pitch from 50 mils (1.27mm) down to 25 mils (.636
mm).
Also, there is a trend to package larger silicon die into wider body SOIC's.
This is accomplished by expanding the package width from 300 mils
(7.63mm) to 330 mils (8.4mm), 350 mils (8.9mm), 400 mils (10mm) and
even 440 mils (11.1mm).
The TSOP package combines a low profile case with high density lead pitch
of 19.7 mils (.5mm). The future looks bright for TSOP packages.
The traditional 150 mil (3.97mm) SO package and 300 mil (7.63mm) SOL
package are now commonplace in the industry.
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SMALL OUTLINE INTEGRATED CIRCUIT (SOIC)
SO Small Outline is the original design. It consists of a molded plastic case
measuring approximately 156 mils (3.97mm) wide, and has gull-wing leads
with 50 mils (1.27mm) lead pitch.
SOM - Small Outline Medium measures 220 mils (5.6mm) wide. SOM
packages are normally used for resistor networks.
SOL - Small Outline Large measures 300 mils (7.62mm) wide. Wider
packages measuring 330 mils, 350 mils, 400 mils and 450 mils are also
lumped into the SOL family.
SOP - Small Outline Package is a Japanese term which is used the same
way as SO and SOL.
SOJ and SOLJ - Small Outline J-Lead is used to describe SOL packages
with J-leads.
VSOP - Very Small Outline Package refers to packages with high density
25 mil (.65mm) gull-wing leads. Sometimes the term VSOP and SSOP (see
below) are interchangeable. 300 mil (7.62mm) wide body.
SSOP - Shrink Small Outline Package is the same as VSOP; however, it
has a smaller 208 mil (5.3mm) case.
QSOP-Quarter Small Outline Package are the same as the original SO
package with 25 mil pitch.
Note: The length of the body is determined by the number of leads.
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SOIC
SMALL OUTLINE
Integrated Circuit
DRAWING
SO
NOMENCLATURE
BODY
WIDTH
= Small Outline
156 mil
LEAD
TYPE
8 - 16 PIN
SOM = Medium Outline
220 mil*
Gull
50 mil
Pitch
8 - 16 PIN
SOL = "Large" Outline
300 mil
SOP = "Small" Outline Package
16 - 32 PIN
JLead
50 mil
SOJ or SOL-J =
"J" - Lead Large Outline
300 mil*
VSOP = Very Small Outline Package
300 mil
Gull
Wing
25 mil
SSOP = Shrink Small Outline Package 208 mil
Gull
Wing
25 mil
QSOP = Quarter Small Outline Package
Gull
Wing
25 mil
16 - 40 PIN
32 - 56 PIN
8 - 30 PIN
156 mil
20 - 56 PIN
*Up to 440 mils
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SOIC PACKAGING
13 inch (330mm) reels are standard for SOIC's. The carrier tape is always
plastic and measures 12mm to 32mm in width depending on the IC package
size.
EXAMPLE OF T&R SOIC PACKAGING
Gull Wing Lead
Part
S08
SO14
SOM14
SO16
SOM16
SOL16
SOL18
SOL20
SOL24
SOW32
Qty
on
Reel
2,500
2,500
2,000
2,500
2,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
SOW = 330 mil wide
Tape
Width
12mm
16mm
16mm
16mm
16mm
16mm
24mm
24mm
24mm
32mm
J-Lead
Part
Qty
on
Reel
SOLJ16
1,000
SOLJ18
1,000
SOLJ20
1,000
*SOLJ20/24 1,000
SOLJ24
1,000
SOLJ28
1,000
SOWJ28
500
16mm
24mm
24mm
24mm
24mm
24mm
24mm
*20 pin DRAM in 24 lead package
SOIC's are also readily available in plastic tubes.
sometimes called magazines or sticks.
TAPE
& REEL
Tape
Width
These tubes are
TUBE
13" STANDARD
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TSOP THIN SMALL OUTLINE PACKAGE
The TSOP (Thin small outline package) combines a low profile package
(1.0mm high) with fine-pitch 19.7 mils (.5mm) leads.
The TSOP provides a package which accommodates a large silicon chip in
a high density package.
TSOP's are usually shipped in trays; however, tape and reel and tubes are
available on special request.
The overall dimensions of TSOP's include the leads (total footprint).
TYPE T1
20 to 56 Lead
0.5mm pitch
TYPE T2
20 Leads
1.27mm pitch
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PLCC LEADED CHIP CARRIER
The plastic body PLCC is the most popular leaded chip carrier. Its J-leads
are always 50 mil (1.27mm) pitch. They are commonly available from 18
to 100 leads. PLCC's are usually supplied in tubes or on tape and reel.
As an alternative to the plastic case, leaded chip carriers are available in
ceramic, known as CLCC, and metal, known as MLCC.
PLCC's fit into IC sockets and can be easily replaced in the field.
PLCC's have been in use for over a decade and are now a common item.
• PLCC - Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier
• J-Lead Only
• 18 to 100 Leads
• 50 mil Pitch
• Available in Ceramic Body - CLCC
• Available in Metal Body - MLCC
• Fits Into IC Sockets
• T&R or Tubes
• Trends - PLCC is Common Item
No New Development
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LCC LEADLESS CHIP CARRIER
The ceramic LCC is one of the most rugged packages since it has no leads
to damage. LCC's are soldered directly to PC boards by their solder pads,
known as castellations. Most LCC's come with 50 mil pitch gold castellations
which must be pre-coated with solder before mounting.
LCC's are usually designed for Mil Spec, aerospace and high temperature
applications.
LCC's are shipped in either trays or tubes.
Sometimes LCC's are called LCCC (Leadless Ceramic Chip Carrier).
•
LCC
•
Solderable Castellation Pads
•
16 Pin to 44 Pin (up to 124 pin)
•
Rugged, No Leads to Bend
•
Ceramic Body
•
High Temp & MilSpec Applications
•
Usually Tubes or Trays
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FLAT PACKS
The flat pack is the oldest surface mount IC package.
Since flat packs only are available with 50 mil (1.27mm) lead pitch, they
have a low lead count such as 14, 16 or 28 leads, though some large flat
packs have up to 80 leads.
Flat packs are used only for Mil Spec, aerospace and other limited
applications.
Their flat leads must be kept straight in plastic carriers and require lead
forming just prior to use. Flat packs usually have gold leads which must be
pre-tinned prior to assembly.
It should be noted that flat packs have leads extending from only two sides
of their body. (See quad flat pack for leads extending from four sides.)
•
Usually Flat Leads
•
50 mil Pitch
•
Must be Formed Prior to Use
•
Mil-Spec Applications
•
10 pin to 28 (up to 80)
•
Older Technology
•
No Significant Trends
•
Limited Applications
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QFP QUAD FLAT PACK
Quad flat packs are high lead count packages.
Quad flat packs are known as fine-pitch devices, since their lead pitch is
often 25.6 mils (.65mm) down to 11.8 mils (.3mm).
The quad flat pack family is available with many options and are called by
many names. See next page for list.
There is still development work going on with quad flat packs.
Lead counts as high as 304 leads are available.
Non-bumpered QFP's are built to Japan's EIAJ metric standard; whereas,
bumpered (BQFP's - see page 32) are built to American JEDEC standards.
•
EIAJ Standards (Japan)
•
No Bumpers
•
Gull-Wing
•
44 to 304 leads Now in Production
•
.8mm to .3mm Pitch
•
Usually Packaged in Trays
•
T&R Special Order
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QUAD FLAT PACK NOMENCLATURE
There are many variations of quad flat packs depending on package
materials (plastic, ceramic or metal) and other standards.
Nomenclature
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
QFP
PQFP
CQFP
CERQUAD
MQUAD ®
MQFP
TQFP
TAPEPAK ®
BQFP
LQFP
-
Quad Flat Pack
Plastic Quad Flat Pack
Ceramic Multilayer QFP
Ceramic Quad Flat Pack
Metal Quad Flat Pack
Metric Quad Flat Pack
Thin Quad Flat Pack
Molded Carrier Ring
Bumpered Quad Flat Pack
Low Quad Flat Pack
®MQUAD is a registered trademark of Indy Corporation
®TapePak is a registered trademark of National Semiconductor Corporation
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NOMENCLATURE
QUAD FLAT PACKS
PQFP
QFP
MQFP
CQFP
?
MQUAD®
TAPEPAK
CERQUAD
TQFP
®
BQFP
LQFP
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BQFP BUMPERED QUAD FLAT PACK
The bumpered quad flat pack is built to American JEDEC standards using
true inch measurements. This means that 25 mil lead pitch is truly 25 mils
(.636mm not .65mm).
The purpose of the bumpered corners is to protect the leads during
shipping, handling and assembly.
BQFP's are constructed in a plastic package; however, they are also
available with metal case, known as the BMQUAD.
BQFP's always have gull-wing leads and are shipped in trays, tubes or on
tape and reel.
•
JEDEC Standard (USA)
•
Bumpered Corners - Protects Leads
•
Gull-Wing
•
Up to 196 Leads
•
Package Options - Trays, Tubes and T&R
•
True 25 mil (.636mm) Pitch
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TAPEPAK® Molded Carrier Ring
TapePak® was invented by National Semiconductor and is now licensed
for production by several manufacturers.
Known for its molded carrier ring, the leads remain safe from damage. The
molded carrier ring allows the device to be tested before the need to cut and
form the leads.
Leads up to 304 are now available with TapePak.®
The main disadvantage with TapePak® is the added expense to provide
lead forming equipment.
•
Molded Carrier Ring
Keeps Leads Flat Prior to Use
•
Allows Automated Testing
•
120 pins to 304 pins
•
25mil to 15.7mil Pitch
•
0.65mm to 0.4mm Pitch
•
Coin Stack in Tubes
•
Requires Lead Forming
Equipment
®TapePak is a registered trademark of National Semiconductor.
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FLIP CHIPS
Flip chips are bare die with small solder bumps on the bottom which
serve as "leads."
The flip chip is soldered directly to a PC Board (FR4 or ceramic) by
placing the component on the board and applying heat. The solder
bumps melt to corresponding pads on the PC Board.
The following solder type (Eutectic) is used for the bumps:
FR4 Boards
63% - 37% low melt (183ºC)
Ceramic Boards: 95% - 5% requires high temp
Bump on the die are around the perimeter and also in the middle.
Since the parts are small, dimensions are specified in "microns" not
millimeters.
100µm = 1 millimeter
Important Package Specifiers:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Die Size
Number Bumps
Diameter of Bumps
Solder Composition of Bumps
Bump Pitch
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FINE PITCH TERMINOLOGY
•
Coplanarity - 4 mil max (.1mm)
A setting plane is formed by the first
3 leads touching the surface. All
other leads are measured from this
plane.
•
Sweep - Sideways Bending of
Gull-Wing Leads
•
Tweeze -The Inward Bending of
Gull-Wing Leads
•
Caution!
Use Metric Footprints
.65mm ≠
25 mil
.5mm
≠
20 mil
(19.7 mil)
.4mm
≠
15 mil
(15.7 mil)
.3mm
≠
12 mil
(11.8 mil)
(25.6 mil)
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Solder Practice Kits
TopLine, with their Solder Practice Kits, makes practicing with the latest technological
advancements accessible and affordable. These three popular kits are designed from
beginners to advanced practice. The BGA kit supports BGAs, with grid pattern, and daisy chain test points to verify placement. The Challenger Kit includes a wide selection of SMD components, including fine pitch QFP, PLCC, SOIC,
PLCC and discrete components. The Advanced Rework Kit was designed especially for
hand-solder or machine run. Solder paste artwork, parts placement data and solder
paste stencils are also available.
PN967001
Ball Grid Array
T1+
T2+
T3+
T4+
T5+
T1+
T2+
T3+
T1-
T2-
T3-
T4-
T5-
T1-
T2-
T3-
T5+
Ball 15
Ball 10805
PN920001
1210
LCC 40
1210
1206
Inductor
CRYSTAL
Ph 1-310-433-7000
D
T1-
T2-
SOL 20
T3- T4-
SO 14
Pot.
T5- T6-
T7-
1812
2225
Ball 1
Ball 13
BGA169
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0402
SOM 16
PLCC 20
SOT 23
T1+ T2+ T3+ T4+ T5+ T6+ T7+
T7-
Ball 1
Ball 13
A
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T1- T2- T3- T4- T5- T6-
BGA225
SOLJ 24
1.5mm Pitch
1812
SOT
89
BQFP132
.8mm
25Mil
BGA169
1.5mm Pitch
1008 Inductor
SOT
223
4mm
0805 (2012)
SOT
143
QFP52 1mm
PLCC 68
QFP184
1206 (3216)
TSOP 32
D PAK
SOM 16
QFP100
QFP 208
PLCC 68
SO 14
BQFP 132
AL CAP
6.3mm
QFP84
SO 14
MELF
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T1+ T2+ T3+ T4+ T5+ T6+ T7+
Tantalum
© 1993 TopLine
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BGA225
C
PN 965001
B
1.5mm Pitch
Rework Practice
0603
MINI MELF
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Ball 1
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Ball 15
T4+
T4- T5Challenger
Kit
SOL 20
SOT 23
.65mm
PLCC 44
PLCC 44
PLCC 20
PLCC 20
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