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Exemption 7(a)

"Lead in high melting temperature type solders (i.e. lead- based alloys containing 85 % by weight or more lead)"

This section includes a questionnaire for a new RoHS exemption request. Stakeholders are requested to base their submissions on this questionnaire including as much comprehensive information as possible.

 

Applicant's documents

Applicant 1: Bourns Inc.

> Original exemption request

> Additional information provided after first questions for clarification:

>> Further information by applicant

 

Applicant 2: IXYS Semiconductor GmbH

> Original exemption request

> Additional Information - DE1944181A_BBC.pdf

> Additional information provided after first questions for clarification:

>> Further information by applicant

>> Additional file a

>> Additional file b

>> Additional file c

>> Additional file d - International Standard IEC_CEI 60747-2

>> Additional file e - International Standard IEC_CEI 60747-6

>> Additional file f - International Standard IEC_CEI 60747-8

>> Additional file g - International Standard IEC_CEI 60747-9

>> Additional file h - International Standard IEC_CEI 60747-15

>> Additional file i - International Standard IEC_CEI 60749-20

>> Additional file j 

 

Applicant 3: Freescale Semiconductor

> Original exemption request

> Additional information provided after first questions for clarification:

>> Further information by applicant

>> Revised aplication for Exemption renewal

 

Results from previous evaluations

> Excerpt from Oeko-Institut report 2009 (PDF)

 

 Contributions to the consultation

> Contribution by Bosch Security Systems GmbH, submitted 15 October 2015, PDF

> Contribution by JBCE – Japan Business Council in Europe in a.i.b.l, submitted 15 October 2015, PDF

> Contribution by Freescale Semiconductor, submitted 15 October 2015, PDF

> Contribution by Finnish Safety and Chemichals Agency, Ministry of Environment, submitted 16 October 2015, PDF

> Contribution by Test & Measurement Coalition, General comments related to RoHS exemption package 9, submitted 19 October 2015, PDF