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Oliver Sedlacek
03/05/12 02:56
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#186425 - PLCCs marked QFN
Responding to: Richard Erlacher's previous message
Some manufacturers used a QFN suffix on their parts to specify the PLCC package in the days before there was a QFN package. This will cause some confusion, now that we have QFN packages!!

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TopicAuthorDate
Precision32 - SiLabs jumps on Cortex-M3 bandwagon      Andy Neil      03/03/12 05:54      
   QFN indicates PLCC, doesn't it?      Richard Erlacher      03/03/12 08:15      
      QFN is "lead-less"        Jan Waclawek      03/03/12 08:41      
         harder to mount      Andy Neil      03/03/12 08:49      
            Glue      Per Westermark      03/03/12 09:03      
               Glue and reflow?      Dejan Durdenic      03/03/12 09:10      
                  Cyanoacrylic type glue      Kalpak Dabir      03/03/12 20:26      
                     Is it used in mass production?      Dejan Durdenic      03/04/12 01:55      
                        I was wrong about the glue type for manufacture      Kalpak Dabir      03/04/12 02:38      
                           Nevertheless...      Dejan Durdenic      03/04/12 07:42      
                              Dispense      Per Westermark      03/04/12 07:58      
                                 Again...      Dejan Durdenic      03/05/12 14:13      
               re: Glue      Rob Klein      03/05/12 10:23      
         I hope this becomes standardized ...      Richard Erlacher      03/03/12 15:39      
            Eh??      Andy Neil      03/04/12 12:23      
               It seems that the industry's heading for a consensus      Richard Erlacher      03/05/12 07:39      
            PLCCs marked QFN      Oliver Sedlacek      03/05/12 02:56      
               Anyway,      Dejan Durdenic      03/05/12 14:18      
                  It doesn't have to be a PITA ...      Richard Erlacher      03/05/12 16:30      
                     That's the point!      Andy Neil      03/05/12 17:42      
                        Yes, and your starting point matters a great deal      Richard Erlacher      03/05/12 21:48      

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