A barcode and QR code must be readable within 3 attempts. The quality of the label and the printer is important, but also the accuracy of the scanner.
Ultrasonic welding is a connection technique with which one or more copper wires can be joined together. This is done by means of high pressure and high friction frequency (in the ultrasonic range) in an ultrasonic welding machine. This causes [...]
This is stated in the IPC/WHMA-A-620 in a table. This depends on the type of coax cable (a flexible, fixed, semi-rigid or rigid coaxial cable). More information can be found in Table 14-1 in the standard.
“Circular Mill Area - buid up” means building up the cross section of the wire / cable. This is sometimes necessary if you want to crimp a thin wire in a large cable lug / crimp contact. You can do [...]
The official IPC/WHMA-A-620 training is a theory training (discrimination course). But you can book a few practical modules as an option. When desired, the customer must provide the tools (crimping pliers) and contacts (cable shoes) and the corresponding wire for [...]
WHMA is the abbreviation of “Wire Harness Manufacturing Association”, a group of cable manufacturers from America who have provided the pictures and technical information in the IPC/WHMA-A-620 standard. IPC has processed this information and structured it in the standard.
The origin 3 capital letters “IPC” stands for “Institute for Printed Circuits”, this was the original name of the institute that creates standards for the entire electronics industry. The new name is: IPC - Association Connecting Electronics Industries.
AABUS is the abbreviation of “As Agreed Between User and Supplier”. This abbreviation often occurs in an IPC standard.
Yes, IPC has made a product classification in every standard, including the IPC/WHMA-A-620. This product classification is as follows: IPC/WHMA-A-620 Class 1 - General electronic products (e.g. consumer electronics, these are products where the main requirement is the function of [...]
There are 2 methods indicated by IPC: with cable ties (tyraps) with lacing (knots) Illustrations and requirements can be found in IPC-A-610 and IPC/WHMA-A-620.