IPC Certification

 
 

IPC-A-610

A part of EMS' commitment to continuous improvement and quality, EMS certifies staff to IPC-A-610 (Acceptability of Electronics Assemblies).  This standard provides; 

 
An industry developed and approved program that includes training, certification and instructional materials based on the IPC-A-610 is available to your company. This certification will demonstrate your commitment to customer requirements and greatly assists any company dedicated to ISO-9000 or other quality assurance initiatives.
— http://www.ipc.org/ContentPage.aspx?pageid=IPC-A-610
 

IPC standards provide customers with a clear benchmark for acceptability of Electronic Assemblies, broken down into classes.  As standard EMS produces all assemblies to Class II, with Class III available on demand to suit customer requirements.

EMS staff are trained as Certified IPC Specialists, provided by STEM Training.

IPC J-STD-001

A part of EMS' commitment to continuous improvement and quality, EMS certifies staff to IPC J-STD-001 (Requirements for Soldered Electrical and Electronic Assemblies). This standard provides;

 
Certification in this industry-developed and approved hands-on solder training and certification program helps enhance employee skills and performance. In addition, if your company uses J-STD-001— or is considering its adoption — you can use the certification program to address the standard’s training requirement. Both the CIT and CIS programs provide individuals with a portable credential that recognizes their soldering skills and understanding of this internationally recognized standard.
— https://www.ipc.org/4.0_Knowledge/4.2_Training_Cert/files/Cert-001.pdf
 

IPC standards provide customers with a clear benchmark for acceptability of Electronic Assemblies, broken down into classes.  As standard EMS produces all assemblies to Class II, with Class III available on demand to suit customer requirements.

EMS staff are trained as Certified IPC Specialists, provided by STEM Training.

IPC/WHMA-A-620

A part of EMS' commitment to continuous improvement and quality, EMS certifies staff to IPC/WHMA-A-620 (Requirements and Acceptance for Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies).  This standard provides; 

 
IPC/WHMA-A-620 describes acceptability criteria for crimped, mechanically secured and soldered interconnection and the corresponding lacing/restraining criteria associated with cable and harness assemblies.
— http://www.ipc.org/ContentPage.aspx?pageid=IPC-WHMA-A-620
 

IPC standards provide customers with a clear benchmark for acceptability of Electronic Assemblies, broken down into classes.  As standard EMS produces all assemblies to Class II, with Class III available on demand to suit customer requirements.

EMS staff are trained as Certified IPC Specialists, provided by STEM Training.