Surface Mount Device, or, Solder-mask defined.
Surface Mounted Devicesseltener: Solder Mask Defined
A component whose packaging is designed for use with surface mount technology.
Surfact Mount Device
The abbreviation for "Surface Mount Device."
Surface Mounted DevicesLess frequently: Solder Mask Defined
Surface Mount Device. An active or passive device designed to be soldered to the surface of the printed circuit board.
(Solder Mask Defined) PCB pads that have solder-mask openings smaller than the copper pads.
Surface mount device. Any electrical or mechanical device that can be attached to the surface of a substrate with solder.
Surface Mount Device, electronic devices designed to mount directly on the surface of a Printed Circuit Board (PCB), alternative to Through-Hole technology where wire leads pass through circuit board holes to attach to the circuit. Tera, a prefix denoting a factor of 1012 (One Billion - British, One Trillion - American, One Million Million) Torque, a forge that causes rotation, expressed in Newton metres (Nm) time, for calculations usually measured in seconds. Volts, the difference in electrical charge, or potential, of two points that causes current to flow in a circuit. (Count Alessandro Volta b.1745 d.1827)
Abbreviation for urface ount evice. See surface mount.
An electronic device designed for mounting onto lands on the surface of a substrate rather than by insertion into holes in the substrate. SMD is a registered service mark of North American Philips Corp. (Assembléon) to denote resistors, capacitors, SOICs and SOTs.
Abbreviation for surface-mount device. See SMT.