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Hi, as far as I know this is a kind of revision index: ipc2221 = initial version ipc2221A = next version (following to ipc2221) ipc2221B = next version (following to ipc2221A) and so on. There usually is a remark on the fist page: "Supersedes" Klaus
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Please define "physical symbols" first. And what software are you wanting to make them for? Components = ipc7351B (AFAIK C is not yet released). Both B & C can be made using the library wizard. (google it). Schematic symbols - ipc-2612 available from the ipc website. but IMO it's pants and every company uses their own home grown standard
Hi everyone, I'm using protel dxp for PCB design. I wanna know how to design coincident to ipc standards Exactly. is there a plug in or template or somthig like that to import these rules to protel? how do you call a design "STANDARD" and how prove it? I know there is ipc2221,ipc2223,...etc. but i think they are (...)
My background started with America military style draftsman at a Canadian firm with UK ties (Rolls Royce) then much later with Japanese firms like Hitachi, Fujitsu, Toshiba. The funny thing, is no matter which country or foreign language , when ipc or UK or IEC standards were followed, I had no problem speed reading schematics like a book. As
Lots of issues for orientation, shadow thermal effects of large parts, pad and track sizes and more.. Consult with ipc standards for design and DFM rules from Contract Mfg. If you have a great design layout and good volume, then it is economical with the best sources. But if you ignore this , you may have much to learn.
Hi All, Need footprint creation standard documents for Flex type layouts, we have standard document(ipc -7351B) for rigid type boards, but no inputs found for flex type boards. also need through hole standard documents for inductor, capacitor, resistors,... if any found. thanks for advance, by karthik
Hi guys, Recently I was looking at one of the PCB design and in master drawing designer had mentioned about ipc and UL standards(ipc-6012 Class 2, UL 796, ipc 4552, ipc-SM-840, ). Now When I looked on google for those standards, I found it is related to PCB manufacturing. Can some (...)
What do you mean Mil standards licence? please clarify. As to Mil Standard design, like most PCB design a lot of it is now covered by ipc standards... Basically both design and assembly should be to class 3 standard.... Search for ipc class 3
IEC standards!!!! The footprint standard for surface mount devices is ipc-7351 if you are serious about PCB design I would recommend getting to know this standard. As to microvias, generally based on a 0.1mm pad with a 0.3mm target your case and mine in the past I have done a micro via with a land the same size as the width of the pad fo
Hi all i am designing a 3phase(220V) sensing circuit. my circuit will be just sensing circuit it is passing 100mA maximum. kindly may you people tell the connector standard, or is this CTB93VE/4 connector is according to euro standard for 3phase.
Hello, I'm trying to define the required clearance through insulation for a power electronics multi-layer PCB. Following ipc 2221, a rather high internal conductor spacing of 0.75 mm would be required for 700 V working voltage (Table 6-1, column B1), applicable both for horizontal (same substrate surface) as well as vertical (through substrate)
Hi all What is the relationship between ipc class-3 (Military/High reliability) specification and MIL standards? Is it true that all of the old U.S. military specifications ("Mil-Specs") have been declared obsolete in favor of the latest ipc specifications? If this is true why some of Mil standards are still updated? And (...)
Hi. Is there any requirement on minimum ?via hole-to-Via hole? spacing? I used this rather than the common ?via-to-via? spacing because I want to emphasize that I am asking particularly about via holes, not considering the associated pads on surface layers. I think problems might arise in drilling. If we try to visualize and magnify the location
Interesting, may I ask why you require that standard, it is not often referenced as most PCB standards revolve around the ipc standards. The ipc-T-50J October 2011 (Terms and Definitions for Interconnecting and Packaging Electronic Circuits) may be of interest.
No they dont. There is an organisation allied with ipc call SMEMA (Surface Mount Equtpment Manufacturers Association) they have a variety of standards, including one on fiducials: Also in the ipc-2221A spec there are notes on fids. Again, you dont have to tin fids, as long a
By the way, there is ipc-2221 "Generic standards on Printed Circuit Design" but it is a bit of a "dry" read. Keith.
I added all the layer's thickness together and found it is less than 0.06 inch Yes, thats's reasonable, it's a pretty standard PCB stackup. What's your question with it? For tolerances, the manufaturer will refer to ipc standards. You can expect a tolerance of about 10% for finished thickness. If you need higher accuracy, e.g.
Hi all, I found (randomly searched) one side for small projects- for (not only)beginners... Calculator complies with ANSI/ipc-D-275 and ipc-2221 design standards for PCB trace width. PCB trace widths are calculated using following formulas; I = 0.0150 x dT 0.5453 x A0.7349 for inte


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