Indium Features Gold Alloy Solder Preforms at SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing Expo


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Indium Corporation will feature its precision gold alloy solder preforms at SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing Expo, which will be held from April 9-13 in Anaheim, California.

Depending on the alloy, gold-based solders have a melting point ranging from 280°C to 1064°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'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 preforms are designed to meet the challenges faced as RF and power semiconductor devices continue to get smaller, with power density increasing both as a consequence of the shrink and as a result of increased 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 booth 121.

For more information about Indium Corporation, visit www.indium.com.

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