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CLASSIFICATION OF PASSIVE AND SOLID STATE DEVICES FOR ASSEMBLY PROCESSES
This is a Joint Standard between ECIA, IPC, and JEDEC. The purpose of this standard is to establish an agreed set of worst case solder process limits (SnPb and Pb-free) which can safely be used for assembling non-semiconductor electronic components on common substrates, e.g., FR4, ceramic, polyimide, etc., along with documenting unique commodity specific exceptions. The documented process conditions are used to evaluate a non-semiconductor component’s PSL and MSL.
THIS DOCUMENT IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR FREE DOWNLOAD. However, this document is available to the JEDEC formulating Committee members, in the Members Area. The lead organization is ECIA.
CUSTOMER NOTIFICATION STANDARD FOR PRODUCT/PROCESS CHANGES BY ELECTRONIC PRODUCT SUPPLIERS
This standard is applicable to suppliers of, and affected customers for, electronic products and their constituent components. This standard establishes the requirements for timely customer notification of changes to electronic products and associated processes. This document replaces JESD46.
JOINT IPC/JEDEC Standard for Acoustic Microscopy for Non-Hermetic Encapsulated Electronic Devices
This method provides users with an acoustic microscopy process flow for detecting anomalies (delaminations, cracks, mold compound voids, etc.) nondestructively in encapsulated electronic devices while achieving reproducibility.
JOINT IPC/JEDEC STANDARD FOR HANDLING, PACKING, SHIPPING, AND USE OF MOISTURE/REFLOW SENSITIVE SURFACE-MOUNT DEVICES
The purpose of this document is to provide manufacturers and users with standardized methods for handling, packing, shipping, and use of moisture/reflow and process sensitive devices that have been classified to the levels defined in J-STD-020 or J-STD-075. These methods are provided to avoid damage from moisture absorption and exposure to solder reflow temperatures that can result in yield and reliability degradation. By using these procedures, safe and damage-free reflow can be achieved. The dry-packing process defined herein provides a minimum shelf life of 12 months from the seal date.
JOINT IPC/JEDEC Standard Moisture/Reflow Sensitivity Classification for Non-hermetic Surface Mount Devices (SMDs)
The purpose of this standard is to identify the classification level of non-hermetic SMDs that are sensitive to moisture-induced stress so that they can be properly packaged, stored, and handled to avoid damage during assembly solder reflow attachment and/or repair operations.
JOINT JEDEC/IPC/ECIA STANDARD - NOTIFICATION STANDARD FOR PRODUCT DISCONTINUANCE
This document supersedes JESD48.
This standard is applicable to suppliers of, and affected customers for, electronic products and their constituent components. The goal of this notification standard is to better enable customers to manage and mitigate the disruption caused by the discontinuation of a product and ensure continuity of supply. This standard establishes the requirements for timely customer notification of planned product discontinuance, which will assist customers in managing end-of-life supply, or to transition ongoing requirements to alternate products.
MARKING, SYMBOLS, AND LABELS OF LEADED AND LEAD-FREE TERMINAL FINISHED MATERIALS USED IN ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLY
This standard applies to components and assemblies that contain Pb-free and Pb-containing solders and finishes, and it describes the marking and labeling of their shipping containers to identify their 2nd level terminal finish or material.
SOLDERABILITY TESTS FOR COMPONENT LEADS, TERMINATIONS, LUGS, TERMINALS AND WIRES:Removed 01/21/04 Release Number: B
At the request of IPC, J-STD-002B has been removed from the free download area. In its place, JEDEC's Test Method, JESD22-B102, Solderability, which includes lead-free, was made available until it was replaced by J-STD-002D.
Any revision to J-STD-002 will no longer be available for free to the industry on the JEDEC website. However, the document is available to the JEDEC formulating Committee members, in the Members Area.
If you are not a JEDEC member you may wish to try the IPC website or one of the resellers listed at: http://www.jedec.org/standards-document