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Indium Corporation will feature its precision gold alloy solder preforms at the SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing Expo, April 15-19, in Orlando, Florida.
Depending on the alloy, gold-based solders have a melting point ranging from 280-1,064°C, making it compatible with subsequent reflow processes. In addition, gold-based solders are resistant to corrosion, provide superior thermal fatigue resistance, and exhibit excellent joint strength.
Indium Corporation’s AuSn preforms have the highest tensile strength of any solder, ensuring high-reliability for joining and sealing. AuSn preforms are designed for high-reliability applications, such as aerospace, defense, and medical.
Semiconductor-grade AuSn preforms are designed specially to meet the challenges facing RF and power semiconductor devices as they continue to get smaller, with increasing power density and power ratings.
About Indium Corporation
Indium Corporation’s Pb-free and RoHS-compliant preforms are available in a variety of standard and custom-engineered designs. For more information about Indium Corporation’s gold alloy solder preforms, visit us at booth 1714 or click here.
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