The most popular standards used in the design and manufacture of printed circuit boards:
In the standard the quality criteria of printed circuit boards for three classes of electronic products are presented: consumer electronics, industrial electronics, special equipment. On 180 pages of the standard there are given over 300 color illustrations. The standard is indispensable in the input control of printed circuit boards. In case of non-compliance with the acceptance requirements, the standard can become an effective tool for argumentation of claims to the manufacturers of printed circuit boards. English language, 180 pages.
The IPC-A-610D standard is the most widespread document among electronics manufacturers worldwide. The standard makes visual quality criteria for conducting various technological operations for three classes of electronic products: consumer electronics, industrial electronics, special equipment. The document contains requirements for lead-free and traditional tin-lead solder joints, component orientations, mechanical fastening devices, visual criteria for the quality of washing, marking, the quality of waterproof coatings and the requirements for the base of printed circuit boards. The standard is an indispensable document for technologists and QC inspectors. English, 372 pages (more than 730 color illustrations).
This document replaced the basic standard for the design of PCBs and contact pads IPC-SM-782A.
IPC-2220 Design Standards Series
IPC-2221A is the basic standard of the IPC-2220 series. It establishes general requirements for the design of single-sided, double-sided and multi-layer printed circuit boards. English language, 112 pages.
The standard should be used in conjunction with IPC-2221A. The IPC-2222 standard specifies requirements for the design of rigid printed circuit boards on an organic basis, including one-sided, two-sided and multi-layer boards. English, 35 pp.
The standard should be used in conjunction with IPC-2221A. The IPC-2223 standard specifies requirements for designing flexible PCBs, including one-sided, two-sided and multi-layer boards. English language, 28 pp.
The standard should be used in conjunction with IPC-2221A. The IPC-2224 standard specifies requirements for the design of PC cards. The standard contains basic principles for limiting bending, analysis of thermal dissipation, requirements for the installation of components. English, 26 pp.
The standard should be used in conjunction with IPC-2221A. The IPC-2225 standard specifies requirements for temperature, electrical, electromechanical and mechanical design parameters for single-chip (SCM-L) and multi-crystal modules (MCM-L) and assemblies. English, 44 pp.
The standard should be used in conjunction with IPC-2221A. The standard IPC-2226 specifies requirements for the design of printed circuit boards with a high density of conductors. The standard is developed on the basis of practical experience of the world’s largest manufacturers. The standard contains recommendations for designing printed circuit boards using complex component packaging, multi-layer printed circuit boards, transition holes, metallization methods, etc. A large number of color illustrations and pivot tables make the standard very convenient to use. English language, 60 pp.