RoHS II FAQ
All herein contained statements only refer to electronic components manufactured by RF360.
1. Are components subject to the RoHS regulation?
2. What changes under RoHS II regulations?
3. Which RF360 components have RoHS II compatible terminations?
4. When will RF360 components be available with RoHS II compatible terminations?
5. Are samples available that are RoHS II compatible and approved?
6. Are RF360 components specially marked as RoHS II compatible?
7. Are the ordering codes for RF360 components being changed in the course of the transition to RoHS II compatibility?
8. Which of the RoHS II compatible components can still contain lead?
9. Do the electric specifications of RoHS II compatible components change?
10. For which of the components can the ban of lead not be applied?
11. Of which material do the terminations consist?
12. Do RoHS II compatible components require higher soldering temperatures?
13. Are there differences in processing tin/lead- and lead-free soldering alloys?
14. Do you have technical reports on the subject of lead-free soldering?
15. For which RF360 components is the maximum soldering temperature below 260°C? What is the maximum temperature for these components?
16. Are there RF360 components that still contain mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) or polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE)?
17. Are there limitations regarding shelf-life of products?
18. Who is the contact person for RoHS II and current European legislation regarding product related environmental protection?