Product Qualification

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Product Qualification: Product qualification is normally conducted during the initial selection of ESD control items

A Product Qualification Plan shall be established to ensure that the ESD control items that have been selected meet the requirements in the plan. The test methods and required limits are located in the product qualification columns in Tables 2 and 3. Product qualification is normally conducted during the initial selection of ESD control items. Any of the following methods can be used: product specification review, independent laboratory evaluation or internal laboratory evaluation. For ESD control items that were installed by the Organization before the adoption of this standard ,on-going compliance verification records can be used as evidence of product qualification.
สำหรับตัวแทนจำหน่าย ผลิตภัณฑ์ป้องกันไฟฟ้าสถิต อาทิเช่น
  – ESD Glove
  – ESD MAT (Worksurface, Green MAT)
  – Wrist Strap
  – Personal Ground Wrist Strap
  – Footwear
  – Seating
  – Flooring
  – Shelving (When using at Store)
  – Ionization
  – Garment
 หากท่านกำลัง เจอปัญหาสินค้าไม่มีใบ Certificate 
 
เรารับตรวจสอบ Product ข้างต้นนี้ หากท่านจำหน่ายอยู่นั้น ติดปัญหาการทำ Product Qualification ให้ลูกค้าได้ และ ไม่มีใบ Certificate รับรองคุณภาพ หรือลูกค้าไม่กล้าตัดสินใจซื้อ เกิดคำถาม
 1. คุณภาพดีและปลอดภัยกับอุปกรณ์ ESD Sensitive Device หรือไม่
 2. Product ของคุณมีใบรับรองหรือไม่ Certificate
 3. จะผ่านการทดสอบ Product Qualification หรือไม่
 4. ค่า Surface resistance เท่าไร
 5. ค่า Point to Point เท่าไร
เราสามารถช่วยท่านได้ เรามีความรู้ความเชี่ยวชาญ เพื่อเสริมและทดสอบผลตาม STD s.20-20 เพิ่มความมั่นใจในตัว Product ให้ท่านได้ และ เพิ่มความมั่นใจให้เกิดกับลูกค้าของท่าน เพิ่มยอดขาย และ สุดท้ายท่านจะได้ความน่าเชื่อถือ เกิดความมั่นใจให้กับลูกค้าของท่านอย่างยอดเยี่ยม

Detail

Surface Resistance (More Detail please refer to ESD Tips)

The Surface Resistance Meter Kit (or its Meter) is referenced and designed to be used to make measurements in accordance with the test procedures in:

  • Compliance Verification – ESD TR53 – Resistance Measurements
  • Worksurfaces – ANSI/ESD S4.1 Worksurfaces
  • Floors – ANSI/ESD S7.1- Resistive Characterization of Materials Floor Materials
  • Foot Grounders – ESD SP9.2 – Foot Grounders Resistive Characterization
  • Garments – ANSI/ESD STM2.1 Garments
  • Seating – ANSI/ESD STM12.1- Seating – Resistive Measurement
  • Floor/Footwear – ANSI/ESD STM97.1 – Floor Materials and Footwear- Resistance Measurement in Combination with a Person

“A Compliance Verification Plan shall be established to ensure the Organization’s fulfillment of the technical requirements of the ESD Control Program Plan. Process monitoring (measurements) shall be conducted in accordance with a Compliance Verification Plan that identifies the technical requirements to be verified, the measurement limits and the frequency at which those verifications shall occur. The Compliance Verification Plan shall document the test methods and equipment used for process monitoring and measurements. If the test methods used by the Organization differ from any of the standards referenced in this document, then there must be a tailoring statement that is documented as part of the ESD Control Program Plan. Compliance verification records shall be established and maintained to provide evidence of conformity to the technical requirements.

The test equipment selected shall be capable of making the measurements defined in the Compliance Verification Plan.” (ANSI/ESD S20.20 section 7.3)

Reference Literature

In addition to those noted above:

ANSI/ESD S20.20 – Development of ESD Control Program

ESD ADV1.0 – Glossary of Terms ANSI/ESD S6.1 Grounding

Field Meter (More Detail please refer to ESD Tips)

Charger (More Detail please refer to ESD Tips)

EM eye (More Detail please refer to ESD Tips)

ESD event measurement- offers same performance as the 3M™ EM Aware ESD Monitor

And the 3M™ ESD Pro ESD Event Indicator

  1. Highly sensitive ESD event measurements
  2. CDM mode-rejection of non-ESD EMI events

     iii. Full characterization for ESD event strength

  1. Threshold setting
  2. Data logging

The base unit is never obsolete as each sensor carries its own software.

Target Market Segments

  • Printed circuit board manufacturing (contract manufacturers)
  • Hard disk drive manufacturers of final drive assembly, heads and disk media
  • Defense/aerospace
  • Medical equipment manufacturing
  • Companies that install and manage mobile phone towers
  • Design and maintenance engineers interested in RF measurements
  • Semi-conductor

Ground Pro (More Detail please refer to ESD Tips)

ESD Tester (Check Wrist Strap and ESD Shoes)

 

ESDA:  ANSI/ESD STD Lists

ANSI/ESD S1.1-2006 – Wrist Straps
ESD STM2.1-1997 – Garments
ANSI/ESD STM3.1-2006 – Ionization
ESD DSP3.3-2012 – Periodic Verification of Air Ionizers
ESD DSP3.4-2012 – Periodic Verification of Air Ionizers Using a Small Test Fixture
ANSI/ESD S4.1-2006 – Worksurfaces – Resistance Measurements
ANSI/ESD STM4.2-2012 – ESD Protective Worksurfaces – Charge Dissipation Characteristics
ANSI/ESDA/JEDEC JS-001-2012 – Human Body Model (HBM) – Component Level
ESD DSTM5.2-2012 – Machine Model (MM) – Component Level
ESD DSP5.2.1-2012 – Machine Model (MM) Alternative Test Method: Supply Pin Ganging – Component Level
ESD DSP5.2.2-2012 – Machine Model (MM) Alternative Test Method: Split Signal Pin – Component Level
ANSI/ESD S5.3.1-2009 – Charged Device Model (CDM) – Component Level
ANSI/ESD SP5.3.2-2008 – Socketed Device (SDM) – Component Level
ANSI/ESD STM5.5.1-2008 – Transmission Line Pulse (TLP) – Component Level
ANSI/ESD SP5.5.2-2007 – Very Fast Transmission Line Pulse (VF-TLP) – Component Level
ANSI/ESD SP5.6-2009 – Human Metal Model (HMM) – Component Level
ANSI/ESD S6.1-2009 – Grounding
ANSI/ESD S7.1-2005 – Floor Materials – Characterization of Materials
ESD DS8.1-2012 – Symbols – ESD Awareness
ANSI/ESD STM9.1-2006 – Footwear – Resistive Characterizations (not to include heel straps and toe grounders)
ESD SP9.2-2003 – Footwear – Foot Grounders Resistive Characterization (not to include static control shoes)
ANSI/ESD SP10.1-2007 – Automated Handling Equipment (AHE)
ANSI/ESD STM11.11-2006 – Surface Resistance Measurement of Static Dissipative Planar Materials
ANSI/ESD STM11.12-2007 – Volume Resistance Measurements of Static Dissipative Planar Materials
ANSI/ESD STM11.13-2004 – Two-Point Resistance Measurement
ANSI/ESD STM11.31-2012 – Bags
ANSI/ESD STM12.1-2006 – Seating – Resistive Measurement
ESD STM13.1-2000 – Electrical Soldering/Desoldering Hand Tools
ESD DSP14.1-2012 – System Level Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Simulator Verification
ANSI/ESD SP15.1-2011 – In-Use Resistance Testing of Gloves and Finger Cots
ANSI/ESD S20.20-2007 – Protection of Electrical and Electronic Parts, Assemblies and Equipment (Excluding Electrically Initiated Explosive Devices)
ANSI/ESD STM97.1-2006 – Floor Materials and Footwear – Resistance Measurement in Combination with a Person
ANSI/ESD STM97.2-2006 – Floor Materials and Footwear – Voltage Measurement in Combination with a Person
ANSI/ESD S541-2008 – Packaging Materials for ESD Sensitive Items
ESD ADV1.0-2012 – Glossary of Terms
ESD ADV11.2-1995 – Triboelectric Charge Accumulation Testing
ESD ADV53.1-1995 – ESD Protective Workstations
ESD TR1.0-01-01 – Survey of Constant (Continuous) Monitors for Wrist Straps
ESD TR2.0-01-00 – Consideration for Developing ESD Garment Specifications
ESD TR2.0-02-00 – Static Electricity Hazards of Triboelectrically Charged Garments
ESD TR3.0-01-02 – Alternate Techniques for Measuring Ionizer Offset Voltage and Discharge Time
ESD TR3.0-02-05 – Selection and Acceptance of Air Ionizers
ESD TR4.0-01-02 – Survey of Worksurfaces and Grounding Mechanisms
ESD JTR001-01-12 – ESD Association Technical Report User Guide of ANSI/ESDA/JEDEC JS-001 Human Body Model Testing of Integrated Circuits
ESD TR5.2-01-01 – Machine Model (MM) Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Investigation-Reduction in Pulse Number and Delay Time
ESD TR5.3.2-01-00 – Socket Device Model (SDM) Tester
ESD TR5.4-01-00 – Transient Induced Latch-up (TLU)
ESD TR5.4-02-08 – Determination of CMOS Latch-up Susceptibility – Transient Latch-up – Technical Report No 2
ESD TR5.4-03-11 – Transient Latch-up Testing – Component Level – Supply Transient Stimulation
ESD TR5.5-01-2008 – Transmission Line Pulse (TLP)
ESD TR5.5-02-2008 – Transmission Line Pulse Round Robin
ESD TR5.6-01-09 – Human Metal Model (HMM)
ESD TR7.0-01-11 – Static Protective Floor Materials
ESD TR10.0-01-02 – Measurement and ESD Control Issues for Automated Equipment Handling of ESD Sensitive Devices below 100 Volts
ESD TR13.0-01-99 – EOS Safe Soldering Iron Requirements
ESD TR14.0-01-00 – Calculation of Uncertainty Associated with Measurement of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Current
ESD TR15.0-01-99 – ESD Glove and Finger Cots
ESD TR18.01-01-11 – ESD Electronic Design Automation Checks
ESD TR53-01-06 – Compliance Verification of ESD Protective Equipment and Materials

 

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