I'm a beginner-ish in PCB making and I want my workflow to be faster by using an oven instead of doing all the solder by hand. I searched for few hours without answer to my question.
A low temperature solder paste melting point is 138°C, so around 165°C reflow. On the datasheet of all my IC, it is written that the Absolute Max temperature is 150°C.
I want to know if it's okay to go over the max temperature of ICs to solder them to a PCB in an oven. Am I forced to use low temperature solder paste, or can I go with higher melting point solder paste?
The main IC I have are power mosfets and a ESP32 Wrover (which is pre-packaged).