Lead Free PCB and RoHS Compliant PCB Capabilities of MOKO
---Where We Stand on Leaded and Lead Free Printed Circuit Boards
The electronics industry is in the process of eliminating lead from all
manufactured products because of the environmental hazards associated
with lead free. MOKO fully supports this change.
We offer several PCB choices, both leaded and lead-free. Our boards that contain lead are the same tin/lead solder plated PCBs that we have traditionally manufactured. Our lead-free boards are RoHS compliant, indicating that they are environmentally friendly and can be shipped to Europe. Both board types are easy to assemble and look great.
MOKO recommends transitioning to lead-free PCB boards for all production applications.
MOKO has been providing our customers with prototype lead free PCBs and lead free production-quantity circuit boards (both RoHS compliant PCBs & WEEE compliant PCBs). We have a large network of manufacturers capable of very fine, high-level technologies like HDI, with the certifications required, whether it's military PCB certifications or lead free RoHS directives.RoHS Compliant PCBs
In compliance with the RoHS directive, our boards do not contain:
Cadmium and its compounds
Hexavalent chromium compounds
Lead and its compounds
Mercury and its compounds
PBB (Polybrominated biphenyl) compounds
PCDE (Polybrominated dephenyl ether) compounds
Lead Free Finishes
We provide PCBs (PCB manufacturing and PCB assembly) with various lead-free finishes: lead-free Solder Finish (lead free HASL), Electroless Nickel Immersion Gold (ENIG), Electroplated Nickel and Soft (bondable) and Hard Gold, Immersion Silver, Immersion Tin (White Tin), Organic Solderability Preservatives (OSP).
View more lead free PCB finishes we provide.
All of our lead-free PCBs are built from UL approved laminates which withstand the high temperature and long duration lead free assembly cycle (in excess of 260 degrees C). These laminates are suitable for lead free assembly processes that require the laminate base material to withstand temperatures in excess of 260 degrees C or 500 degrees F for extended periods of time. High temperature laminates ensure the higher temperature cycling requirements for some lead free PCB assembly applications.