Transceiver card soldering chemistry?

I need to get some mods made to a couple of transceiver cards (RFX2400s)
and was asked by the person doing the work whether the boards were built
with leaded or unleaded solder. I didn’t know and don’t know how to
determine this either without asking (or perhaps having access to a gas
spectrometer). Is there anyone out there that can tell me?

Thanks!

–Bob

P.S. I scanned the Ettus website and didn’t see anything like a
statement pertaining to RoHS or anything like that which probably would
have given me a few clues to the answer. It could have been there, all
I’m saying is that I didn’t see it.

On 03/29/2010 10:11 AM, [email protected] wrote:

I need to get some mods made to a couple of transceiver cards (RFX2400s) and was asked by the person doing the work whether the boards were built with leaded or unleaded solder. I didn’t know and don’t know how to determine this either without asking (or perhaps having access to a gas spectrometer). Is there anyone out there that can tell me?

Thanks!

–Bob

P.S. I scanned the Ettus website and didn’t see anything like a statement pertaining to RoHS or anything like that which probably would have given me a few clues to the answer. It could have been there, all I’m saying is that I didn’t see it.

All of our products use RoHS processes, meaning no lead, except for the
TVRX. The TVRX still has lead in it.

Matt

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