Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 03 16:41:11 EST 2005 | davef
According to an on-line posting ... SMTA On-line Presentation Comparing Industry Standard Revisions March 9: IPC-A-610 with Regards to Lead-free Technology There have been extensive and significant changes to the industry standard IPC-A-610 with th
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 03 16:33:24 EST 2005 | pjc
Revision D has over 730 new and updated illustrations of acceptability criteria and has been critically reviewed for clarity and accuracy. The document synchronizes to the requirements expressed in other industry consensus documents and is used with
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 03 11:00:04 EST 2005 | PeteP
In a nutshell, what are the Rev D changes to the standards? What re-certification requirements are in place?
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 24 07:18:51 EDT 2017 | jamesbarnhart
IPC has updated assembly standards for IPC A-610 and IPC JSTD-001 making them easier to use and adding information in areas that have evolved. Both IPC J-STD-001E and IPC-A-610E have also been more closely linked to eliminating the differences that c
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 24 09:15:32 EDT 2017 | davef
James: This is not "breaking news." IPC-A-610F, Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies was released in July 2014. Both, ... * IPC-A-610G, Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies * J-STD-001G, Requirements for Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assem
Electronics Forum | Wed May 20 17:56:51 EDT 2009 | dyoungquist
I have attached a pdf showing the dimensions for the QFN we placed. First, The pins on the part are not only on the bottom side but also wrap around to come up each of the 4 sides of the part as shown in the side view in the attached pdf. This i
Electronics Forum | Thu May 23 07:50:04 EDT 2013 | icin
The attached images appear to be a result of a touchup process. We believe that this is not a fracture, but more of a condition where the solder touchup process did not completely flow the solder. Is this acceptable per J-STD-001 and IPC-A-610 Class
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 15 11:41:56 EST 2007 | davef
Questions are: * Does the component take solder when you dip it in the solder pot to test the solderability of the leads? * Can you get full barrel fill when wave soldering a bare board? * Is your flux reaching the top of the board through the hole b
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 03 15:55:42 EST 2004 | davef
Dennis: The IPC-A-610 requirements are seperate. * You need to meet all acceptance requirements, in order to be in compliance. * If you reject a part for any reason, you are not in compliance.
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 03 09:07:07 EST 2004 | dramos1
Hi, We would like to know on the IPC-A-610 rev. C standard for acceptable and reject criteria, do we have to satisfy all that are listed on the manual or either one will be OK? Thanks for all the assistance that will provided. Dennis1
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