Ultra-Dry 290H Baking Dry Box
Baking dry box restores shelf life of moisture-sensitive devices
Manncorp’s Ultra-Dry "H" series 40˚C baking boxes can restore exposed moisture-sensitive devices (MSDs) to new condition without the solderability problems, such as oxidation and intermetallic build up, caused by conventional 125˚C baking processes. Components and assemblies can also be stored indefinitely in these boxes with no harmful effects. Model 290H features datalogging capability and a 7.1 cu. ft. (202 L) capacity.
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With an interior capacity of 7.1 cu. ft. (202 L) and two adjustable shelves, Ultra-Dry 290H is ideal for low-volume assemblers who require the benefits of the H series baking function with limited need dry storage of components and assemblies.
The digital display includes a data logger that records temperature and humidity measurements at user-settable intervals.
Inside dimensions are 22"W x 23"D x 19"H (544 x 576 x 461 mm). Two adjustable shelves with 200-lb weight capacity each are included.
|24" x 33" x 28"
600 x 840 x 709mm
|24" x 33" x 52"
600 x 840 x
|24" x 33" x 72"
600 x 840 x
|48" x 33" x 72"
1200 x 840 x
|22" x 23" x 19"
544 x 576 x 461mm
|22" x 23" x 39"
544 x 576 x 974mm
|22" x 23" x 59"
544 x 576 x
|45" x 23" x 59"
1144 x 576 x
|Capacity||7.1 cu. ft. (202L)||14.5 cu. ft. (413L)||22 cu. ft. (624L)||44.1 cu. ft. (1250L)|
|Shelves||2 full size shelves||3 full size shelves||5 full size shelves||5 full size shelves|
|Power Consumption||Max. 450 W;
Avg. 200 Wh
|Max. 600 W;
Avg. 300 Wh
|Max. 600 W;
Avg. 300 Wh
|Max. 1200 W;
Avg. 600 Wh
|30"L x 32"W x 35"H;
|30"L x 32"W x 59"H;
|30”L x 32”W x 79”H;
|54”L x 32”W x 79”H;
|40 ±2°C; ≤5%RH|
|Display Precision||RH%: ±3,°C: ±1|
|Software||Humidity Manager V2 for drawing the curve of RH and temperature.|
|Structure||1mm thick carbon steel with antistatic paint.|
|Door||Compression handles, airtight magnetic sealers and antistatic glass.|
|Grounding Wire||1M Ω. (940 mm long)|
|ESD Paint||103~109 Ω. (surface resistance)|
|Baking 40°C Dry Cabinet is suitable for ambient temperature >15°C.|
Ultra-Dry 290H Baking Dry Cabinet Includes
- 7.1 cu. ft. (202 L) capacity black baking desiccant dry cabinet
- Ultra-low humidity storage of ≤5%RH
- 2 Turbo dry modules for faster drying without need for compressed air
- Hot-bake function at 40 ±2°C
- LCD control panel
- Digital RH & temperature display with data logging function and Windows-based PC software
- Locking door with compression handles and airtight magnetic sealers
- 2 adjustable shelves
- Antistatic paint and glass
- 1-year warranty
- Crated Dimensions: Approx. 30.7" L x 32" W x 35" H (740mm L x 810mm W x 880mm H)
- Gross Weight: Approx. 290 lbs. (131 kgs)
Use Manncorp Ultra-Dry Baking Dry Cabinets to Restore:
- ICs and components that arrive from a vendor in compromised packaging.
- ICs and components that have been exposed to ambient humidity during storage due to improper storage practices, damaged moisture barrier bags, and improperly re-sealed moisture barrier bags.
- ICs and components on reels, trays and sticks, without having to remove them from their packaging.
Use Manncorp Ultra-Dry Baking Dry Cabinets to Protect and Store:
- ICs and components in reels, trays, sticks, feeders or loose in bins or bags prior to placement.
- Multilayer PCBs and bare boards meant for military and other class 3, high-reliability products.
- Double-sided boards that have been partially assembled.
- Moisture-absorbing materials, such as epoxy, resins, chemicals and adhesives.
- Films and plastics used in production.
A. Start Installation
C. Door Open and Close
Door is opened 30 seconds and closed.
Ultra-Dry "H" series always reaches ≤5%Rh within 30 minutes after the door is opened and closed.
Components and assemblies that have been exposed to ambient environments prior to reflow are at risk for moisture damage, such as popcorning, tombstoning and other serious, and often hidden, defects that can remain undetected until the product is in the field. Exposure can happen during shipping or storage, from improper closure of or tears in MSD package, or improper handling. Don’t throw out expensive exposed components and assemblies however: reset their shelf life with a low-temperature baking cabinet.
Reset the floor life of moisture-exposed components
Ultra-Dry "H" series desiccant baking cabinets restore moisture-exposed parts and assemblies to full use with a low-temperature (40˚C) bake function that gently warms the moisture out without harming sensitive components, laminates or PCBs—no matter how long they remain in the baking cabinet.
This low temperature also means there’s no need to remove components from their low-temperature carriers—tapes, trays, sticks—before baking.
Low-humidity environment for storage
The "H" cabinets can be used to store and protect components, bare boards and partial assemblies, with or without the bake function activated, in an RH atmosphere of <5. The box’s dryer-than-the-Sahara RH of <5% is significantly lower than specified by IPC/JEDEC J-STD-033C, and far more than enough to prevent moisture traces that cause microcracking, popcorning, delamination and solder joint failures.
All "H" cabinets meet and exceed J-STD-033B standard for floor-life restoration and storage.
Data logging included
The cabinet's digital display also functions as a data logger, allowing companies to keep and review temperature and humidity history on the cabinet. The 2-channel data logger measures both temperature and humidity inside the cabinet. Included Windows-based software provides tools for displaying and evaluating the collected data. Data reports can be printed, exported or emailed. The software allows the data logger to be configured for C or °F, sample rate, high/low alarms and data logging intervals.
Nitrogen environment available
Nitrogen systems are available as an option.