[Lab] goopy stuff on circuits
roman at cncwings.com
Sat Sep 24 16:58:38 EDT 2016
Do not use a regular utility grde RTV for electronics, it out-gases and
WILL cause corrosion.
There is an electronics grade RTV, GE makes few variants and so does Dow
Some of them are quite expensive, but there is cheap stuff as well (not
as cheap as utility grade home depot stuff though).
Hot glue works well, unless your component gets very hot.
On 24/09/2016 2:32 PM, Dave O'Heare wrote:
> I know that the NRC used to use regular GE RTV silicone seal for
> vibration protection and adhesion on circuits going into weather
> rockets and such. Cheap, available at any hardware store.
> Dave O'Heare
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> On Sep 24, 2016, at 11:11 AM, Darcy Whyte <darcy at inventorartist.com
> <mailto:darcy at inventorartist.com>> wrote:
>> I'm looking for a bit of that stuff that can be used to glue on
>> circuit boards. You know where components may jiggle and they put
>> some goop to glue the components together? Or glue some components to
>> the board?
>> Darcy Whyte
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