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FAQ RoHS II

All herein contained statements only refer to electronic components manufactured by EPCOS.

1. Are components subject to the RoHS II regulation?

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2. What changes under RoHS II regulations?

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3. Which EPCOS components have RoHS II compatible terminations?

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4. When will EPCOS components be available with RoHS II compatible terminations?

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5. Are samples available that are RoHS II compatible and approved?

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6. Are EPCOS components specially marked as RoHS II compatible?

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7. Are the ordering codes for EPCOS components being changed in the course of the transition to RoHS II compatibility?

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8. Which of the RoHS II compatible components can still contain lead?

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9. Do the electric specifications of RoHS II compatible components change?

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10. For which of the components can the ban of lead not be applied?

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11. Of which material do the terminations consist?

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12. Do RoHS II compatible components require higher soldering temperatures?

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13. Are there differences in processing tin/lead- and lead-free soldering alloys?

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14. Do you have technical reports on the subject of lead-free soldering?

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15. For which EPCOS components is the maximum soldering temperature below 260°C? What is the maximum temperature for these components?

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16. Are there EPCOS components that still contain mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) or polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE)?

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17. Are there limitations regarding shelf-life of products?

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18. Who is the contact person for RoHS II and current European legislation regarding product related environmental protection?

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