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SPM1006 Datasheet(PDF) 21 Page - Sumida Corporation

Part No. SPM1006
Description  4-28V Input 8A Output Power Supply in Inductor (PSI2) Module
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Manufacturer  SUMIDA [Sumida Corporation]
Direct Link  http://www.sumida.com
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Version 1.5
March 16, 2016
Page 21 of 22
Fig. 33 Peel Speed and Strength of Cover Tape
1. The peel speed shall be approximately 300mm/min.
2. The peel force of the top cover tape shall be between 0.1N and 1.3N.
Storage and handling
Moisture barrier bag
The modules are packed in a reel, and then an aluminum foil moisture barrier bag is used to pack the reel in order to
prevent moisture absorption. Silica gel is put into the aluminum moisture barrier bag as absorbent material.
SPM1006 is classified MSL level 3 according to JEDEC J-STD-033 and J-STD-020 standards, with a floor life of 168 hours
after the outer bag is opened. Any unused SPM1006 modules should be resealed in the original moisture barrier bag
as soon as possible. If the module’s floor life exceeds 168 hours, the modules should be dehumidified before use by
baking in an oven at 125°C/1% RH (e.g. hot nitrogen gas atmosphere) for 48 hours.
Handling precautions
1. Handle carefully to avoid unnecessary mechanical stress. Excessive external stress may cause damage.
2. Normal ESD handling procedures are recommended to be used whenever handling the module.
3. If cleaning the module is necessary, use isopropyl alcohol solution at normal room temperature. Avoid the use of
other solvents.
0.10-1.3 N

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