IPC Manuals & Standards

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  • IPC-A-610F

    IPC-A-610

    IPC-A-610 is the globally preferred international acceptance standard for electronics assembly.

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    IPC-A-610 is the most widely used electronics assembly standard in the world. A must for all quality assurance and assembly departments, IPC-A-610 illustrates industry-accepted workmanship criteria for electronics assemblies through full-colour photographs and illustrations. Topics include flex attachment, board in board, part on part, lead free, component orientation and soldering criteria for through-hole, SMT (new termination styles) and discrete wiring assemblies, mechanical assembly, cleaning, marking, coating, and laminate requirements.IPC-A-610 is invaluable for all inspectors, operators and trainers. Revision  has 809 photos and illustrations of acceptability criteria-165 of them new or updated. This revision has been critically reviewed for clarity and accuracy. The document synchronizes to the requirements expressed in other industry consensus documents and is used with the material and process standard IPC J-STD-001.

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    J-STD-001

    J-STD-001 is recognized worldwide as the sole industry-consensus standard covering soldering materials and processes.

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    This revision includes support for lead free manufacturing, in addition to easier to understand criteria for materials, methods and verification for producing quality soldered interconnections and assemblies. The requirements for all three classes of construction are included. Full colour illustrations are provided for clarity. This standard fully complements IPC-A-610.

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  • 620c-cover

    IPC/WHMA-A-620

    NEW Rev C

    Industry-consensus standard for Requirements and Acceptance of Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies.

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    IPC and the Wire Harness Manufacturers Association (WHMA) teamed to develop this significant update, adding lead free acceptance criteria, a new chapter devoted to electrical and mechanical testing, and enhanced criteria for molding and splicing.This Revision has 599 full-colour pictures and illustrations – nearly 100 new. Readability and usability were improved based on user feedback from the original release. Included in the 19 chapters are criteria for wire prep, soldering to terminals, crimping of stamped and formed contacts and machined contacts, insulation displacement connectors, ultrasonic welding, splicing, connectors, molding, marking, coax/twinax cables, wrapping/lacing, shielding, assembly and wire-wrap terminations. 368 pages. Released July 2006.

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  • 7711-21-cover

    IPC-A-7711/7721

    NEW Rev C

    This guide includes everything needed for repair and rework of electronic assemblies and printed circuit boards!

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    IPC-7711B/7721C Rework, Modification and Repair of Electronic Assemblies has received a complete procedure by procedure update to assure applicability to both lead free and traditional SnPb soldered assemblies. This single volume includes all previously published changes and several new procedures for BGAs (including reballing) and flex-print repair. Part 1 General Requirements has also been updated for ease of use and provides important direction and guidelines for all procedures. This section includes procedures common to rework, repair and modification. Part 2 is IPC-7711B and the procedures include tools, materials and methods to be used in removing and replacing surface mount and through-hole components. Part 3 is IPC-7721B and includes procedures for modifying assemblies and accomplishing laminate and conductor repairs. This guide is provided in a three ring binder for easy updating. Users can insert company specific procedures, or remove just the pages needed for a specific job to help keep the workbench clear. Future updates can be downloaded FREE from www.ipc.org/downloads. Many procedures have colour illustrations to help the user understand the guide. Supersedes IPC-7711, IPC-7721 and IPC-R-700. Over 300 pages. Released November 2007.

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  • IPC-600H-Stds  logo

    IPC-A-600

    The definitive illustrated guide to printed circuit board acceptability! This full-colour document provides photographs and illustrations of the target, acceptable and nonconforming conditions that are either internally or externally observable on bare printed boards.

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    Make sure your operators, inspectors, and engineers have the most current industry consensus information. With over 90 new or revised photographs and illustrations, revision H provides new coverage on topics such as copper wrap plating, copper cap plating of filled holes, and hole wall/barrel separation along with updated and expanded coverage for measling of printed boards, delamination and haloing, laminate voids/cracks, etchback, blind and buried via fill, and flexible circuits. The document synchronizes to the acceptability requirements expressed in IPC-6012 and IPC-6013. 157 pages. Released April 2010.

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    IPC-6012

    This specification covers qualification and performance of rigid printed boards, including single-sided, double-sided, with or without plated-through holes, multilayer with or without blind/buried vias and metal core boards.

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    It addresses final finish and surface plating coating requirements, conductors, holes/vias, frequency of acceptance testing and quality conformance as well as electrical, mechanical and environmental requirements. Revision C incorporates many new requirements in areas such as selection for procurement, new surface finishes, hole plating thickness, measling, weave exposure, copper cap plating of filled holes, laminate cracks and voids, etchback, blind and buried via fill, acceptance testing and frequency, and requirements for thermal stress testing. This revision synchronizes to the IPC-A-600. For use with IPC-6011.

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  • DRM-18H

    DRM-18

    The Component Identification Training & Reference Guide is a valuable tool for employee training and quick reference.

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    This comprehensive component identification resource for electronics assembly operators and inspectors contains colour photographs, computer graphics, schematic symbols and detailed descriptions of more than 50 common through-hole and surface mount components used in electronics assembly today.The new Revision contains updated info on SSOP, TSOP, QFP, LQFP, PQFP, LCC, QFN, and BGA-related packages, including all the variations within those groups.New components include DFN, QFN – Multi Row, PoP (Package on Package), CSP (ChipScale Package), COB (Chip on Board), Bare Die and Flip Chip. Also includes a new section stressing the dangers of cross contamination when using Lead Free components and assemblies.The Terminology Section has quick facts on polarity, orientation, lead styles and Component Reference Designators (CRDs). The “Reading Component Values” section has full-colour, easy-to-use colour code charts for resistors and inductors, as well as charts for reading numbered capacitor data.

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    DRM-53

    A learning resource for new hires, operators, sales, purchasing, human resources, administrative personnel, students or anyone interested in understanding the basic processes for both Through-Hole and Surface Mount Assembly.

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    This 32-page, full color, 5 x 8 inch spiral bound Desk Reference Manual explains electronics assembly to the uninitiated. DRM-53 includes over 70 colour photographs and graphic drawings to clearly illustrate assembly technologies in easy to understand terms. Key terms are defined in a glossary — to help simplify the industry lexicon. Also explains how electronics assembly fits into the electronics industry. Each section includes references for additional training and industry specifications that can provide further information. Students can read at their own pace — study the terminology — and see what everything looks like — all from this concise manual.

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  • IPC-DRM-PTH-F

    DRM-PTH

    Now updated to the latest IPC-A-610 and J-STD-001 – the IPC Training & Reference Guide illustrates critical acceptance criteria for the evaluation of through-hole solder connections.

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    These convenient spiral-bound manuals make it easy for your inspectors and operators to make the right solder joint acceptance decisions for all three classes of product.Useful as a training aid in the classroom, or on the shop floor, DRM-PTH-E contains computer generated color illustrations of component, barrel and solder-side perspectives of a plated-through hole. Each drawing clearly shows the minimum acceptable condition for requirements such as land coverage, vertical fill, wetting of lead, land and barrel and contact angle.DRM-PTH also contains high quality color microphotographs of the major solder defects and conditions such as nonwetting, corrosion, projections, fractures, lead protrusion and disturbed joints with pictures of both tin-lead and lead free solder joints. The appropriate specification/paragraph references from both the IPC-A-610E and J-STD-001E are included for each of the acceptance criteria for further verification.

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  • DRM-SMT-F

    DRM-SMT

    Now updated to  the latest IPC-A-610 and J-STD-001 – the IPC Training & Reference Guide illustrates critical acceptance criteria for the evaluation of surface mount solder connections.

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    These convenient spiral-bound manuals make it easy for your inspectors and operators to make the right solder joint acceptance decisions for all three classes of product.Useful as a training aid in the classroom or on the shop floor, DRM-SMT contains computer generated color illustrations of Chip component, Gull Wing and J-Lead solder joints. Each drawing clearly shows the minimum acceptable condition for each type of component misalignment; and details all of the specifications for minimum/maximum solder joint size, including fillet heights and lengths.DRM-SMT also contains high quality color microphotographs of the major solder defects and conditions such as nonwetting, solder bridging and disturbed joints, including samples of both tin-lead and lead-free solder connections. The appropriate specification/paragraph references from both the IPC-A-610E and J-STD-001E are included for each of the acceptance criteria for further verification. In addition, every change from the D to E revision has been notated to make it easy for your inspectors and operators to learn the new requirements.

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  • DRM-WHA-B-2013-1

    DRM-WHA

    Training & Reference Guide illustrates the critical acceptance criteria for Wire Harness Assembly.

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    DRM-WHA-A explains all the basic acceptance criteria for wire harness assemblers, crimp operators, even QA personnel. This handy reference and training tool is a great way to help explain the most important requirements from the industry standard on Wire Harness Acceptability, IPC/WHMA-A-620. Using easy-to-understand computer-generated graphics and language geared towards the most basic factory-level employees, this guide will help insure that your company products meet the required industry standards.DRM-WHA covers: wire types, gauges, insulation stripping, wire tinning, terminals and contact types, coaxial cables, IPC product categories and acceptance criteria, wire preparation, strand and insulation damage, conductor deformations, open and closed barrel crimp definitions and criteria, crimp deformations, cut-off tabs, punctures, insulation support crimps, inspection windows, bellmouth, conductor crimp requirements, conductor brush, closed barrel crimps, insulation damage, ribbon cable, discrete wire, cup terminals and a glossary of related wire harness terminology.

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    HDBK-830

    This handbook is a compilation of the conformal coating industry’s practical experience, and will assist the designers and users of conformal coatings in making informed choices.

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    Users will better understand the properties of the various conformal coatings, the results to be achieved by its application and how to verify that these goals have been met. Use this document as a supplement in conjunction with the industry standard for qualification and quality conformance of conformal coating.

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    IPC-2221

    IPC-2221 is the foundation design standard for all documents in the IPC-2220 series. It establishes the generic requirements for the design of printed boards and other forms of component mounting or interconnecting structures, whether single-sided, double-sided or multilayer.

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    IPC-2221 is the foundation design standard for all documents in the IPC-2220 series. It establishes the generic requirements for the design of printed boards and other forms of component mounting or interconnecting structures, whether single-sided, double-sided or multilayer. Among the many updates are new criteria for conductor characteristics, surface finishes, via protection, board electrical test, dielectric properties, board housings, thermal stress, compliant pins, panelization and internal and external foil thicknesses. Appendix A provides new test coupon designs used for lot acceptance and quality conformance testing.

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    IPC-2222

    Used in conjunction with IPC-2221, IPC-2222 establishes the specific requirements for the design of rigid organic printed boards and other forms of component mounting and interconnecting structures. This standard applies to single-sided, double-sided or multi-layered boards.

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    Key concepts in this document are: rigid laminate properties, design requirements for printed board assembly and design requirements for holes/interconnections. Revision A provides new design guidance and requirements for dielectric spacing, lead-free laminate materials, scoring and routing parameters, printed board thickness tolerance, nonfunctional lands, hole aspect ratios and clearance areas in planes.

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    IPC-2223

    Used in conjunction with IPC-2221, IPC-2223 establishes the requirements for the design of single-sided, double-sided, multilayer, or rigid-flex flexible circuits.

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    Enhancements within Revision B include updated adhesive and adhesiveless constructions, updated coverage for selective plating requirements, new definitions for cover materials, new requirements for the plated-through hole to rigid-flex interface and expanded coverage for nonfunctional lands.

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