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Humidity and temperature

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 15 08:39:10 EDT 2016 | davef

J-STD-001 Revision F with Amendment 1

IPC-A-610 and IPC J-STD-001 Updations

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

IPC-A-610 and IPC J-STD-001 Updations

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

Acceptable per J-STD-001 and IPC-A-610 Class 3?

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

J-STD-001 Par 4.2.2 Temperature and Humidity

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 18 10:35:41 EDT 2007 | hussman

This seems like an odd request from an auditor. I can see an auditor requiring proof that you meet the J-Std, but verify? This would require you purposely damage product on a "before and after" scenario. As long as your manufacturing guideline say

J-STD-002 and -003 solderability testing...

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 29 14:15:00 EDT 2001 | stefo

This is a question about complying with J-STD-001 solderability testing. Do any of you have your vendors certify that the components and PCB's that you buy from them comply with the solderabilty requirements spelled out in the -002 and -003, in lieu

J-STD-001 Par 4.2.2 Temperature and Humidity

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 11 14:44:21 EDT 2007 | fredericksr

Hi folks! Has anyone ever successfully verified adequate ESD control at

Acceptable per J-STD-001 and IPC-A-610 Class 3?

Electronics Forum | Thu May 23 18:10:54 EDT 2013 | davef

I agree with Rob. These solder connections are unacceptable. BR, davef

Acceptable per J-STD-001 and IPC-A-610 Class 3?

Electronics Forum | Thu May 23 18:40:48 EDT 2013 | rway

I also agree. Even if it did meet specs, I wouldn't let a joint like this out. Reese

Requirements for a room with SMT equipment

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 20 16:15:53 EDT 2017 | davef

Some requirements to consider are: * Humidity and temperature controlled according to J-STD-001 * Electro-static discharge (ESD) control program according to ANSI/ESD-S-20.20. * Soldering technicians are trained and certified according to J-STD-0

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