Frequently Asked Questions
- Q: How long will Lansdale support products?
A: Lansdale is dedicated to support customers with quality product as long as there is a customer demand. By owning the manufacturing rights, we are not reliant on die banks from the original supplier and can therefore build to meet customer demand. Lansdale products are not discontinued or obsoleted.
- Q: Does Lansdale support RoHS products?
A: Yes. Due to increased environmental concerns around the world, semiconductor and electronic companies are now required to provide Lead (Pb) - Free, or “Green” products. Lansdale is committed to support this requirement by providing customers with reliable, Lead (Pb) - Free products. Lansdale products use the Green process which includes the Sn matte finish for the termination plating.
- Q: What if I have a technical question? Who can I contact?
A: Our diverse engineering background enables us to address any questions regarding the process, test, assembly, or application support for all of our products. Please submit an email to Lansdale@lansdale.com stating the part number and your question providing as much detail as possible.
- Q: Where are parts manufactured and assembled?
A: Through established relationships with some of the industries largest contract manufacturers, Lansdale is able to produce quality semiconductors meeting the specifications of the original manufacturer.
- Q: Does Lansdale support Military products.
A: Yes. Lansdale is a qualified supplier supporting a number of military programs. As a certified supplier, Lansdale complies to the following certifications:
- Listed QML MIL-PRF-38535 - Section I
- QML MIL-PRF-38535 Certified - April 2001
- MIL-I-45208 & MIL-Q-9858 Quality System
- SMD/JAN - (5962/JM38510)
- Q: Is Lansdale a distributor?
A: No. Lansdale has an extensive history of acquiring product lines that have been discontinued by the original supplier. Through an established partnership, we acquire the manufacturing rights to provide a quality product, built to the same specifications as the original supplier, therefore extending the life of the original circuit.