Webinar: IPC-A-620 "C" to "D" Revision
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7/30/2020
When: Thursday, July 30, 2020
11:00 AM (US Eastern)
Where: Online
United States
Contact: SMTA Headquarters
+1 952-920-7682


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Thursday, July 30th @ 11:00am US Eastern Time

Presenter: Norman Mier, Master Instructor (MIT), BEST Inc. 

The presentation slides and recording WILL NOT be available for download once the event concludes. 

Overview

For those involved with wire harnesses connected to PCBs the requirements of the IPC/WHMA A-620 document provides the acceptance criteria for wire and cables. This standard was updated from Revision "C" to Revision "D" in the earlier part of 2020.

This webinar will highlight the major changes to this document including but not limited to the following areas:

  • Safety Wiring
  • Safety Cable
  • Grommets
  • Raceways
  • Solder Wrap
  • Flexible ribbon cable

Also, there will be a discussion of the major new acceptability criteria, figures and graphics embedded in the "D" revision.

 

About the Presenter:

Norman is a U.S. Marine Corp. retired veteran with over 20 years of experience in the electronics rework and repair industry. He received his training through the Navy's Micro-Miniature (2M) Electronic Repair Program. He has progressed through every level of rework and repair recognized in the Industry. Norman has also earned the highest certifications awarded by IPC electronics training, being certified as a Master Instructor in IPC A-610, IPC J-STF-001D, IPC/WHMA-A-620 and IPC 7711/7721.

He has worked through BEST for several electronics industry leaders and created tailored courses for their equipment. This also includes providing training to technicians and engineers in surface mount and advanced surface mount technology. The knowledge Norm has brought to these companies has been invaluable to their process improvement efforts. His skills have also been a major factor in keeping BEST training at the forefront in the electronics-training field.