Benefit from Hundreds of Enhancements in the Revised Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies Standard!
Significant technical additions and updates, greater ease-of-use, and compatibility with other key assembly standards are among the many changes you will find in the newly released B revision of IPC/WHMA-A-620, Requirements and Acceptance of Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies. IPC and the Wire Harness Manufacturer’s Association (WHMA) worked together to develop this update — the ONLY industry-consensus standard of its kind.
Included in its 19 chapters are criteria for: wire prep; soldering to terminals; crimping of stamped-and-formed and machined contacts; ultrasonic welding; connectors; marking; coax/biax cables; wrapping/lacing; shielding; assembly and wire-wrap terminations. Plus, 682 full-color pictures and illustrations help clarify criteria throughout this 400-page standard.
Find greatly expanded criteria for:
- Molding and potting
- Crimp contacts without insulation support
- Inline insulation displacement connectors
- Rigid and conformable cable
- Flexible sleeving
- And more!
Other enhancements include:
- 125 new or updated full-color pictures and illustrations
- New section on flow down to subcontractors
- Greater compatibility with J-STD-001E and IPC-A-610E
- Newly added UL, SAE and IEC pull-force tables to address varying reliability requirements and markets in different regions
- Free downloadable redline document that shows changes between revisions A and B