Electronics Forum: j-std-001 standard (Page 1 of 8)

QFN standoff, industry standard

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 27 04:32:49 EDT 2019 | pavel_murtishev

Charliem, Thank you for the input. Following this logic, in case if there are no soldering issues, pad coverage and voiding levels are within acceptable limits and a gap between BTC and pad let us say 200um, this could be accepted, right? IPC-A-61

Looking for IPC or other standard for electronics / electro-mech

Electronics Forum | Mon May 07 08:46:18 EDT 2001 | CAL

Searching the IPC website is a good start. http://www.ipc.org Some standards you may want to look over are.... IPC 600, IPC 610, J-STD-001 "riveting and circuit cards into metal shelf" definitely has my curiosity level elevated. Since you know your

Trying to solder on the solder destination to fill PTHs. Does any IPC standard have requirements for this?

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 29 22:51:18 EST 2018 | jandon

IPC J-STD-001F: 6.2.1 Solder Application: Solder shall (N1D1D3) only be applied to the one side of a PTH except for intrusive soldering. Heat may be simultaneously applied to the both sides of the PTH.

IPC J-STD-001E Ionic Cleanliness Standard

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 30 22:51:14 EDT 2013 | cvogel

IPC-J-STD-001E in regards to Ionic Cleanliness standards states less than 1.56 µg/cm² of total NaCL. Assuming a typical electronic process which involves smt, wave, and post-hand soldering and uses NO-Clean flux throughout all process, is it typi

External Factors to be controlled during assembly

Electronics Forum | Sat Sep 29 04:05:09 EDT 2001 | chinaman

Hello Dave, I was looking for the standard J-STD-001 you mentioned, but I coudn't find it. Was it withdrawn?

Voids in solder fillet

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 17 22:20:39 EDT 2003 | davef

Q1: Industry standard detailing solder joint quality? A1: ANSI/J-STD-001 - Requirements For Soldered Electrical & Electronis Assemblies is the mutha of industry standard detailing solder joint quality.

solder SnPb wire to gold plated IC

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 16 09:12:23 EDT 2007 | davef

Standard for appearance: J-STD-001 and IPC-A-610 committees eliminated the requirement that solder connections be "bright and shiny". Certain solderability protections; such as Au, NiPd, NiPdAu; can affect the surface texture of a solder connection,

What standards should electronic manufacturing meet?

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 19 13:42:05 EST 2004 | blu_nozer

J-STD-001 is the workmanship standard. IPC-A-610 is a guide to evaluating conformance to the standard & includes photographs of compliant and non-compliant examples. In addition there is also IPC-HDBK-001 which expands on the bare requirements laid d

SMT reliability vs workmanship standards

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 13 15:16:43 EST 1998 | Robert J. Clarke

Looking for studies that relate smt reliability against workmanship standards. For example does J-STD 001 level 3 indicate a high rel level than level 1. Thanks

IPC J-STD-001E Ionic Cleanliness Standard

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 05 22:36:38 EDT 2013 | davef

Yes, providing your: * Inbound material does not compromise your process. * Soldering processes apply the proper amount of flux and activate it properly * Material handling does not contaminate your boards Recognize that the IPC requirements of less

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