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  • BS EN 100015-1 : 1992

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    HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS - BASIC SPECIFICATION: PROTECTION OF ELECTROSTATIC SENSITIVE DEVICES

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Superseded date:  08-11-2001

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-1992

    Publisher:  British Standards Institution

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    Foreword
    Preface
    Section one. General
    1. General
    1.1 Scope
    1.2 Definitions
    Section two. Design consideration to minimize the
    effects of ESD
    2. Design
    2.1 Identification
    2.2 Design of electrostatic discharge sensitive
          devices (ESDS)
    2.3 Design of assemblies
    2.4 Packaging design
    2.5 System design
    2.6 Design evaluation procedure
    Section three. Labels signs and marking
    3.1 Labels
    3.2 Signs for ESD protected area (EPA)
    3.3 Marking of earth bonding points, earth grounding
          points and ESD earth facilities
    3.4 Marking of documentation
    Section four. ESD Protected Area (EPA)
    4.1 Configuration
    4.2 Control boundaries
    4.3 Basic material requirements for use within the
          controlled boundaries of all forms of ESD Protected
          Area (EPA)
    4.4 Ionization
    4.5 Humidity
    4.6 Construction of the ESD protected area (EPA)
    4.7 Field work
    4.8 Tools
    4.9 Fittings
    4.10 Test and process equipment
    4.11 EPA working practice
    Section five. Protective packaging marking and
    identification for ESDS
    5.1 Packaging materials
    5.2 Intimate packaging materials
    5.3 Proximity packaging material
    5.4 Secondary packaging material
    5.5 Marking and identification
    5.6 Package/component compatibility
    Section six. Purchase, receipt, storage and handling
    6.1 General
    6.2 Purchase
    6.3 Receipt
    6.4 Unpacking within an EPA
    6.5 Goods inward inspection
    6.6 Movement and handling
    Section seven. Training
    Section eight. Quality responsibilities
    8.1 Personnel responsibilities
    8.2 Local co-ordinator
    8.3 Selection of ESD materials
    8.4 Procurement of ESDS components and subcontracted
          work
    8.6 Design
    8.7 Checking of electrostatic precautions
    8.8 Frequent checks
    8.9 Daily checks
    8.10 Weekly checks
    8.11 Monthly checks
    8.12 Six monthly
    Section nine. Periodic audit instructions
    9. Periodic audit instructions
    Annexes
    A. Test procedure
    A.1 Surface resistivity and resistance to ground
    A.2 Charge decay
    A.3 Measurement of antistatic properties
    A.4 Additional tests
    A.5 Measurement of relative humidity
    Figures
    1A. ESDS basic symbol
    1B. ESDS simplified symbol
    2. Warning label for ESDS
    3. Warning sign for ESD protected area
    4. Examples of ESD earth facility labels
    5. Examples of earth bonding point labels
    6. Examples of earth grounding point labels
    7. Schematic of typical EPA
    8. Example of an EPA showing typical facilities
    9. Fieldwork implementation of EPA
    10. Fieldwork implementation of EPA with bench
    A.1 Charge measuring equipment
    A.2 Capacitive sensor
    A.3 Electrostatic shielding test equipment
    Tables
    1. User guide chart resistance, resistivity and charge
          decay in ESD protected areas
    2. User guide chart for packaging materials
    3. Suggested format for report (front sheet)
    4. Suggested format for report (continuation sheet)

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    Describes the general requirements for the protection of electrostatic discharge sensitive devices from electrostatic discharges and fields. Applies only to electronic devices and assemblies. For areas with exposed conductors at potentials greater than 1,25 kV a.c. or 2,5 kV d.c., additional requirements specified in CECC 00015: Part 4 shall apply. Does not include requirements for personal safety but relevant local statutory requirements regarding health and safety of all persons in all places of work must be complied with. (Electrical potentials in excess of 50 V a.c. or 120 V d.c. may be dangerous to personnel.)

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    Committee ECL/23
    Development Note Supersedes and renumbers BS CECC00015-1(1991) (07/2004)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher British Standards Institution
    Status Superseded
    Superseded By
    Supersedes

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    BS 7506-1(1995) : 1995 METHODS FOR MEASUREMENT IN ELECTROSTATICS - GUIDE TO BASIC ELECTROSTATICS
    96/202502 DC : 0 IEC 91/95/CDV - GUIDANCE DOCUMENT FOR TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE CONDITIONS OF SURFACE MOUNTING DEVICES (SMDS)
    BS EN 100015-2 : 1994 BASIC SPECIFICATION - PROTECTION OF ELECTROSTATIC SENSITIVE DEVICES - REQUIREMENTS FOR LOW HUMIDITY CONDITIONS
    DEFSTAN 81-74/2(1996) : 1996 PACKAGING OF SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES INCLUDING ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE SENSITIVE DEVICES
    DEFSTAN 81-31/3(2001) : 2001 PACKAGING OF CAPACITORS
    DEFSTAN 81-41(PT5)/4(1999) : 99 AMD 1 00 PACKAGING OF DEFENCE MATERIEL - PART 5: PRODUCTION PROCESSES
    DEFSTAN 81-125/3(2006) : 2006 ELECTROSTATIC CONDUCTIVE FOAM SHEET
    DEFSTAN 81-131/1(1996) : 1996 PACKAGING INFORMATION USED FOR LOGISTIC SUPPORT ANALYSIS RECORDS
    BS CECC 00017:1994 HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS - BASIC SPECIFICATION: MICROWAVE COMMON MODULES FOR USE UP TO 20 GHZ - INTERFACES, FIXINGS, CONNECTION PROTOCOL AND MODULE CODING
    BS CECC 00806:1997 HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS - GUIDE TO TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT (TQM) FOR CECC APPROVED ORGANIZATIONS
    DEFSTAN 81-112/1(1996) : 1996 BAGS, ELECTROSTATIC SHIELDING
    DEFSTAN 81-41(PT2)/4(1999) : 1999 PACKAGING OF DEFENCE MATERIEL - DESIGN
    DEFSTAN 81-65/3(1999) : 1999 PACKAGING OF ELECTRONIC PANELS AND EQUIPMENT WHICH MAY CONTAIN ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE SENSITIVE DEVICES
    BS 7083:1996 GUIDE TO THE ACCOMMODATION AND OPERATING ENVIRONMENT FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) EQUIPMENT
    BS CECC 00802:1994 HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS - GUIDANCE DOCUMENT: CECC STANDARD METHOD FOR THE SPECIFICATION OF SURFACE MOUNTING COMPONENTS (SMDS) OF ASSESSED QUALITY
    CECC 00017 : 1994 HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS - BASIC SPECIFICATION: MICROWAVE COMMON MODULES FOR USE UP TO 20 GHZ - INTERFACES, FIXINGS, CONNECTION PROTOCOL AND MODULE CODING
    BS 7506-2(1996) : 1996 METHODS FOR MEASUREMENT IN ELECTROSTATICS - TEST METHODS
    DEFSTAN 02-784/3(2007) : 2007 REQUIREMENTS FOR SAFETY SIGNS AND COLOURS
    BS 6221-25:2000 PRINTED WIRING BOARDS - GUIDE TO THE REWORK AND REPAIR OF SOLDERED SURFACE MOUNTED PRINTED BOARD ASSEMBLIES
    ARINC 654 : 1994 ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR INTEGRATED MODULAR AVIONICS PACKAGING AND INTERFACES
    BS 7789:1995 GUIDE TO DESIGN OF MEASUREMENT LABORATORIES
    DEFSTAN 02-784/2(2002) : 2002 REQUIREMENTS FOR SAFETY SIGNS AND COLOURS
    DEFSTAN 81-125/2(1999) : 1999 ELECTROSTATIC CONDUCTIVE FOAM SHEET
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