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Released:  03/01/2022
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The IPC-WP-116A white paper provides guidance to control and mitigate risks associated with the introduction of Foreign Object Debris (FOD) in electrical and electronic assemblies. Guidance to control and mitigate risks associated with the introduction of Foreign Object Debris (FOD) in electrical and electronic assemblies is provided. A template for developing a Foreign Object Debris (FOD) Control...
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Pb-free materials are considered a major technology disruption to traditional Pb-based interconnect materials for electronics, which is of particular concern for the aerospace & defense industries where safety cannot be compromised and applicable reliability data remains scarce. Until validated data and modelling methods are developed, projects considering Pb-free Aerospace & Defense products and...
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This document summarizes the IPC position on the subject of “halogen-free” materials for the electronics industry. Its initial release was developed over a period of three years and this revision is also the culmination of another three years of work by a team representing every level of the electronics supply chain. This document is applicable to materials for interconnecting electronics...
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The IPC-WP-019B white paper was created to support the IPC-J-STD-001H standard and provides additional guidance, examples, and understanding of Section 8.0 Cleaning and Residue Requirements. The IPC-WP-019B has information on how to meet the requirements of IPC-J-STD-001H chapter 8. Recommentded for those looking to implement the requirements of IPC-J-STD-001H standard, chapter 8. 0..
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If not completely characterized, many of the early lead-free alloys’ reliability properties are better understood than those of the new alloys being introduced today. Therefore, it can be quite difficult to compare alloy properties. The lack of reliability characterization of new materials introduces uncertainty for the user. To address this problem, the IPC Solder Products Value Council (IPC SPVC...
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Released:  11/12/2009
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The IPC Solder Products Value Council’s Technical Subcommittee Report “Take Action Limits (TAL) for SAC305 Lead Free Soldering Processes Utilizing Solder Baths/Pots” reports on research on take action limits of solder pot contamination for SAC305 lead-free solder.As opposed to one maximum contamination level, the IPC SPVC opted to identify three action levels:Normal operation defined as the level...

IPC-WP-001 - White Paper

Soldering Capability White Paper Report

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Released:  08/01/1991
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Due to a concern in the electronic packaging industry about solderability problems, Foster Gray, PC Interconnects, developed this document for the Surface Mount Council. Areas covered are: design for the soldering process; solderable PWBs; solderable components and soldering process. Five different industry perspectives provide analysis of these issues. 35 pages. Released August 1991.

IPC-WP-004 - White Paper

Design for Success

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Released:  08/01/1994
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Addresses the complete process of reengineering new product development processes to incorporate DFX methodologies. Presents the case for a comprehensive analysis of the key business issues and definition of requirements before initiating work to refine or restructure processes. Editor, Dieter Bergman, IPC. 88 pages. Released by the Surface Mount Council, April 1997.