Am currently investigating the RoHS status of the obsolete N80C196KB16 microcontroller IC and have had XRF pre-screening carried out. This identified lead on the external pins which was not a surprise, and also bromine in the plastic case indicating the presence of a flame retardant. Need to know which flame retardant was used to determine if it is one that is prohibited by the RoHS directive or not. Would appreciate any information available on this.
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The cited part number is related to an Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier (PLCC) Intel(R) MCS 96 Microcontroller leaded device as is stated on pages 6 and 8 of the http://qdms.intel.com/dm/i.aspx/CA8C0EA3-A8AB-4F8F-B85F-BEEBBE08191C/PCN104316-02.pdf Product Change Notification (PCN) 104316.
Due to this fact, the Material Declaration Datasheet (MDDS), where is listed the materials contained in the mentioned device, can be found on pages from 5 to 8 of the http://download.intel.com/support/processors/sb/other_mdds.pdf Intel MDDSs.
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