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Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions
Environmental and Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance Procedure
Statement Concerning Conflict Materials

Terms and Conditions

All sales are subject to Pulsar Microwave Corporation standard terms and conditions as stated herein, unless specifically agreed to otherwise by the factory.

It is the obligation of the company or individual that issues a purchase order to Pulsar, and of anyone they re-sell to, to check the Unites States Export Administration Regulations lists, and not export to any country, company, or individual on those lists.
The lists can be found on the following website:

Any export must be in accordance with the United States Export Administration Regulations.
Diversion contrary to U.S. law is prohibited.

A complete part number must be specified to place an order. This must include the model number, outline number and connector type. Orders may be placed with the factory or its local representative. A written purchase order is required to enable the factory to proceed with the manufacture and shipment of the items requested. Frequency optimization over reduced bandwidth is available at little or no extra charge. Custom outlines are also available.

Credit Card: The credit card must be charged at time of shipment.
Net 30: If approved in advance.
C.O.D: U.S.A. only.
Check: The check must be drawn on a bank located in the U.S.
Wire Transfer: The sending bank must not deduct any fees from the funds transferred.
International Orders: $1,000 and under, credit card only, unless approved in advance.

Shipments are F.O.B. Clifton, New Jersey, U.S.A. When a carrier is not specified by the customer at the time that an order is placed, shipment will be made via DHL Collect service.

Packing and packaging normally supplied is to "best commercial standards". Packing to military requirements or for export is available upon request, at an extra charge to be quoted by the factory.

Unless requested otherwise at the time an order is placed, all shipments will be insured at full value. The insurance charge will be added to the invoice.

Requests for test data and customer source inspection must be made at the time an order is placed. There will be additional charges for these services as quoted by the factory.

Pulsar Microwave Corporation warrants that the components to be delivered shall, at the time of delivery, be free from defects, in material and workmanship. Pulsar's obligation under this warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of the defective parts; all freight costs to and from Pulsar's plant will be paid by the buyer. This warranty shall remain in effect for the period of one year from the date of shipment. Pulsar shall have no liability for special, incidental or consequential damages resulting from improper use, negligence or accident. Complete or partial disassembly of the components will void this warranty.

Catalog specifications are subject to change at any time. Pulsar Microwave Corporation reserves the right to discontinue items without prior notice.

Environmental & Quality Assurance

Pulsar's products are designed and manufactured following our stringent in house quality assurance procedures. They are capable of withstanding without damage the following environmental screening tests as defined by MIL-Std-202.
Test MIL-STD-202 Description Package Style
Hermetic1 Non-Hermetic2
Operating Temp. -- -- -55 to +100°C -25 to +80°C
Storage Temp. -- -- -55 to +150°C -55 to +150°C
Altitude Method 105/E 150,000 feet As Defined As Defined
Humidity Method 106 90% Relative
Humidity, 65°C
As Defined Not Applicable
Thermal Shock Method 107/B -55°C to +85°C As Defined As Defined
Drop Method 203 Random, 45 Minutes As Defined As Defined
Vibration Method 204/D 10 to 2000 Hz,
20 G's, 12 Hours
As Defined As Defined
Solderability Method 208 95% Coverage As Defined As Defined
Solder Heat Method 210/B 260°C, 10 Seconds As Defined As Defined
Terminal Strength Method 211/A 2 lbs., 10 Seconds As Defined As Defined
Terminal Fatigue Method 211/C 1 lb., 3 cycles As Defined As Defined
Solvent Resistance Method 215 15 Minutes As Defined As Defined
At Additional Cost:
Fine Leak Method 112/C -- As Defined Not Applicable
Gross Leak Method 112/D -- As Defined Not Applicable
Mechanical Shock Method 213/I 100 G's, 6 ms As Defined As Defined
Random Vibration Method 214/2F 15 Minutes As Defined As Defined

Hermetic Packages: 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 107, 108, 301, 302, 303, 304
Non-Hermetic Pakages: ALL surface mount and connectorized packages are non-hermetic.

Quality Assurance Procedure

Pulsar Microwave Corporation Employs stringent quality assurance policies and procedures which are defined by our in house Quality Assurance manual. Pulsar's Quality Assurance Manual encompasses the requirements of MIL-I-45208 (Inspection Systems), MIL-Std-45662 (Calibration of Test Equipment) and MIL-Std-105 (Material Controls).

Statement Concerning Conflict Materials

The Wall Street Reform Dodd-Frank and Consumer Protection Act became federal law of the US on July 21, 2010. Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Act requires all US publicly traded companies to file disclosures and reports with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) related to the use of Conflict Materials (Tin, Tantalum, Gold and their derivatives (T3G minerals)) extracted from the Democratic Republic of Congo or an adjoining country in their products.

Although Pulsar is not a publically traded company, and is not subject to the reporting requirements of the Dodd-Frank Act, we have implemented a compliance program requiring our suppliers to document that T3G Minerals used to manfacture our products originate outside of the Conflict Region. Suppliers have provided information on mining and smelters that are certified as conflict free. Based on the information provided by our suppliers to date, Pulsar Microwave Corporation has no knowledge of T3G minerals or its derivatives coming from the DRC and adjoining countries is in any of our products. If in the future Pulsar discovers that Conflict Minerals are in any of our products, we will take the appropriate step to transition to a Conflict free method. We have completed the EICC-GeSI Conflict Materials Reporting Template form.