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Proper PCB Storage — The Top 3 Hazards

It’s late. Do you know where your printed circuit¬†boards are? Let me rephrase that: Can unused PCBs be stored for future use? Yes, they can – if stored properly.¬†Keep them wrapped up, or sealed in a bag. Anti-static isn’t necessary … Continue reading

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Electronics Shelf Life

Do parts and PCBs have a shelf life? Well, yes and no. I have some 7400 series logic chips in DIP form that I bought back in 1980. Every now and then, I pull one out and put it into … Continue reading

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