IPC 9503 PDF

IPC Moisture Sensitivity Classification for Non-IC Components. Content Provider Association Connecting Electronics Industries [IPC]. IPC, PWB Assembly Sol- dering Process Guideline for. Electronic Components. • IPC, Moisture Sensitiv- ity Classification for Non-IC. Components. and Use of Moisture/Reflow Sensitive Surface Mount Devices). This standard supersedes IPC Developed by ECA, IPC and JEDEC.

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If there are any questions contact Microwave Manufacturing Engineering. Waffle pack covers will also consists of black static dissipative material.

IPC – Moisture Sensitivity Classification for Non-IC Components

The Gel retention level must be the minimum required to hold the component with a mesh size that adequately supports the component and allows the component to be released with vacuum applied. Static generating materials should be avoided. Waffle pack capacity should be maximized within a manufacturing lot. Use of newsprint, excelsior, or loosed fill expanded polystyrene shall be avoided as a means of cushioning. For shelf life requirements beyond one year place a in the Q.

Tubes Only General Requirements: Each moisture barrier bag may contain up to 10 PWBs of size in2 per side or greater, and smaller boards may be packaged up to 25 per bag. The carrier shall be of a construction to allow component removal without tooling.


Moisture Sensitive devices shall be packaged in moisture proof, conductive material or packaged in moisture proof antistatic material with external conductive field shielding barrier. SMI only General Requirements: Multiple boards in an MBB shall be separated by slip sheets or other appropriate materials such as pink poly bags. Individual Comp Carrier General Requirements: Do not handle with bare hands; use clean, lint free cotton gloves when handling.

The parts must not be held in the pockets by supplementary means within the tray. This code shall only be used on product provided by through Integrated Supplier Partnering Agreements. The preferred cavity size should be mils. All components must be loaded into black static dissipative 2″x2″ waffle packs.

Packaging Requirement Codes

All components must be loaded into black static dissipative 2″x2″ vacuum release trays. Specific packaging requirements will be provided by the using factory through the supplier electronic replenishment process.

Each moisture barrier bag shall be marked with the part number, date code, quantity, and serial numbers of the PWBs enclosed. Preferred cavity iipc should not exceed more than 20 mils above the top of the component.

Moisture content prior to packaging shall not exceed 0. Surface mount components shall be suitable for vacuum pick up, include caps as applicable.

All the components shall be oriented in the same direction according to polarity or pin one markings. Use of newsprint, excelsior, or loosed fill expanded polystyrene is not allowed as a means of cushioning. So typically paper as it enters the waste stream Use of any static generating material is strictly prohibited. Exterior containers shall comply with uniform freight and national motor freight classification rules or regulations or other carrier rules, as applicable to the mode of transportation.


A carrier that holds multiple components in a row. Orders over pieces must be supplied on a minimum of two 2 reels or minimum reel package quantity. Components will be covered with a lintfree filter paper insert s between the top of the component and the bottom cover.

Packaging Requirement Codes

An ESD Package with indented pockets that house the components. Gel Trays should remain the same for subsequent lots of the same component type.

Basin and Range Province PowerPoint. Parts should be pre-oriented, but must be face up. With the notch of the waffle pack in the upper left hand corner, parts must be loaded left to right, and top to bottom. Parts must be loaded consecutively from left to right, proceeding from top to bottom as viewed with the notch of the waffle pack positioned in the upper left hand corner with a consistent separation between rows and columns.