The IPC-1782A standard establishes minimum requirements for manufacturing and supply chain traceability based on perceived risk. IPC-1782A applies to all products, processes, assemblies, parts, components, equipment and other items used in the manufacture of printed board assemblies and in mechanical assembly.
The lack of a uniform component traceability standard has caused an unnecessary consumption of resources (e.g., time, people, money, etc.) to track events or parts to their sources and to remedy any quality, reliability, etc., issues. Lack of a standard has also made it difficult to uniformly create and appropriately enforce the necessary contracts.This standard establishes minimum requirements...
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