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Some questions answered about IPC J-STD-001G and IPC A-610G

To address advancement in the electronics industry, two leading standards for the electronic assembly industry have been revised in October 2017. IPC J-STD-001G, Requirements for Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assemblies is recognized worldwide as the sole industry-consensus standard for soldering processes and materials. IPC-A-610G, Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies, is a post-assembly acceptance standard used to ensure electronic assemblies meet acceptance requirements for the electronics industry.

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IPC-A-610G
IPC-J-STD-001G

Being released today are the redline documents for the two standards.

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IPC-A-610G-Redline
IPC-J-STD-001G-Redline

Need to know more before you buy the newly revised standards? Below you will find some of the significant changes made to each document for revision G.

Some significant changes to IPC A-610G

Some Significant Changes to IPC J-STD-001G

If your business is in electronic assembly, you need IPC J-STD-001G and IPC-A-610G to keep pace with electronic technology advancements.

The changes listed above are only some of the highlights of J-STD-001G and IPC-A-610G. In order to stay current with best practices in the electronics assemblies industry you need the most current standards, J-STD-001G and IPC-A-610G.