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Acceptability Criteria of Printed Circuit Boards, what standard do you use?

Posted On 19 February 2015 BY Filed Under PCB Fabrication

[1] As a printed circuit board manufacturer, PNC Inc [2]., Nutley, NJ, our criteria of acceptability during the inspection process is determined by IPC–A–600. The scope of this document describes the acceptable and non-conforming conditions of a bare boards either externally or internally during the final inspection process. The inspection criteria is then broken down into three classifications of acceptability, Class I, Class II and Class III. Each class’s acceptance criteria is then again broken down into three areas, target condition, acceptable, and nonconforming for the imperfections in question. At times there can be a disconnect or confusion between the end-user ...

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