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IPC J-STD-001G+AMD1-2018

Requirements for Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assemblies + Amendment 1

IPC J-STD-001 is recognized globally for its criteria on soldering processes and materials. Updated with participants from 18 countries providing input and expertise, this document brings the latest criteria along with new graphics to the industry for ease of use and comprehension. This is a must-have for those in the electronics industry with an interest in the process and acceptance criteria for electrical and electronic assemblies. IPC J-STD-001 is developed in synergy with IPC-A-610 and is supported by IPC-HDBK-001 for those wanting additional information and explanation on the requirements. IPC J-STD-001G-Am 1 provides the first major revision of the J-STD-001 cleanliness requirements in over 25 years and changes how the industry will address cleaning and residue requirements. Highlights of this amendment include, unless otherwise specified by the User, a requirement for Manufacturers of Class 2 and Class 3 product to quality soldering and/or cleaning processes that result in acceptable levels of flux and other residues where "…the use of the 1.56 µg/NaCl equivalence/cm2 value for ROSE (Resistivity of Solvent Extract), with no other supporting objective evidence, is not considered an acceptable basis for qualifying a manufacturing process…" Accompanying this product will be a copy of IPC-WP-019A, An Overview on Global Change in Ionic Cleanliness Requirements. This white paper, prepared by a subtask team of the 5-22A Task Group working on J-STD-001G Am 1, explains the history behind the changes and provides the reader with the context by which the new requirements should be viewed.


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