PCB Assembly

How can I evaluate the assembly storage temperature of my PCB lab?

Since, when in storage, the PCB does not operate, you can use the Storage Temperature range:  -65…+125°C range though.

Last but not least, there only needs to be one component with a smaller Temperature Range and the complete PCB will then also have this smaller Storage Temperature range.

Smaller Storage Temperature Range Larger Storage Temperature Range
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Oliver Smith

Oliver is an experienced electronics engineer skilled in PCB design, analog circuits, embedded systems, and prototyping. His deep knowledge spans schematic capture, firmware coding, simulation, layout, testing, and troubleshooting. Oliver excels at taking projects from concept to mass production using his electrical design talents and mechanical aptitude.

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