[Diy_efi] Here's a little micro to build on...

Mike Yates tmc_mike_yates
Tue Sep 4 20:23:15 UTC 2007

Be wary of "space certified" i manufacture satelite and "space"
hardware that's used for heat dissipation, let me tell you what these
puppies move heat like nothing else, thermal uniformity is very easy
for engineers to control nowadays...at least in the satelite
development side. However the vibration/g limits are drastically
higher than any automotive application. So i'd say they are good on
that regard.


On Tue, 04 Sep 2007 20:52:51 +0100, you wrote:

>On Tue, 2007-09-04 at 14:44 -0400, joevitek at cfl.rr.com wrote:
>> I agree. My experience so far with BGAs in a production environment has been pretty good, however, I am leary of using them in a high vibe, wide temp environment. Also, the A/D comments are very valid. I can't tell you how many revisions of silicon we went through with integrated A/Ds until we got it right. Very expensive learning curve...
>Small BGAs are actually space certified now. the problem in space is the
>extreme thermal stress which in PLCCs etc. is taken up by the leads.
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