What is the difference between J-STD-001 and IPC-A-610?
For example, IPC-A-610 specifies mandated criteria that should be used daily by board inspectors. The J-STD-001, on the other hand, provides the best practices that process engineers, supervisors and technicians should follow to achieve acceptable boards.
What does J STD stand for?
Acronym. Definition. J-STD. Joint Standard. Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
What is the latest revision of J-STD-001?
IPC Releases New “H” Revision to Two Leading Standards for Electronics Assembly, IPC J-STD-001 and IPC-A-610
- Section 8 is all new – Cleaning and Residue Requirements.
- 1.56 µg/NaCI equivalence/cm2 value for resistivity of solvent extract (ROSE) – no longer acceptable basis for qualifying a manufacturing process.
What are J standards?
J Standard, or it’s more official title IPC J-STD-001 is a standard that lists the requirements for the manufacture of electronic assemblies. This standard especially emphasizes process control and provides an industry-level standard for a broad range of electronic products.
What is J STD soldering?
J-STD-006 defines the requirements for solder (alloys) for electronic applications. Though not related to performance, J-STD-006 is intended to help ensure solder alloy quality, and further describes the methods of inspection and testing to that end.
Do you need a certificate to solder?
You can get hands-on classes from IPC recognized companies in topics like inspection, repair and rework, soldering, and wire harness assembly inspection. To pass the program, you will need to complete certification tests which can consist of both labs and written exams.
What do you need to know about J-STD-001?
Our comprehensive Training and Certification Program is designed to ensure our assemblers recognize, understand and comply with the following J-STD-001 requirements: General requirements, such as safety, tools and electrostatic discharge (ESD) General soldered connection acceptance requirements (including Lead Free)
What is the IPC J-std-001fs ESD control standard?
IPC® J-STD-001FS Standard for the Development of an ESD Control Program for the Protection of Electrical and Electronic Parts, Assemblies, and Equipment (Excluding Electrically Initiated Explosive Devices) Requirements for Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assemblies
Is there gold plating in the new J-STD 001?
More to the point there have been changes regarding gold plating and its removal with the introduction of the new J-STD-001 “Requirements for Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assemblies” Revision F.
What is IPC A-610 J-STD-001 for electronic assembly?
Factors include everything from lighting to temperature. J Standard speaks to plated through hole soldering, surface mount soldering, conformal coating, and inspection of the solder joint. IPC-A-610 includes all of J Standard, plus other issues specifically related to the final assembly and not covered by the soldering standards.