Dual Wire ESD Monitors and Wrist Straps – vs Single Wire – What’s the Difference? Reposted from Our Friends at SCS-Static-Control Solutions Dual wire ESD monitors and ESD wrist straps are the most common personnel grounding device to ground operators. In today’s blog post, we will talk about the difference between dual-wire and single-wire wrist … Read moreDual Wire ESD Monitors and Wrist Straps vs Single Wire – Differences and Advantages
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Desiccator storage has become critical in more and more manufacturing operations. A look at the costly effects of moisture exposure explains why. As critical components become smaller and more sophisticated, their susceptibility to moisture damage increases. Once absorbed by sensitive components, water creates a number of potentially disastrous conditions. The most notorious effect of moisture … Read moreWhy Choose Desiccator Storage?
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Manufacturing Uses of Desiccator Cabinets for Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) The discussion regarding ‘dry box’ or desiccant storage of MSD’s (Moisture Sensitive Devices) has increased over the past years with the introduction of new IPC Joint Industries Standards such as IPC/JEDEC J-STD-033a and J-STD-020. Manufacturers are becoming aware of the possible benefits of ultra-low humidity … Read moreDry Box Desiccant Storage within the PCB Manufacturing Environment: Uses, History, Selection, and Performance
All personnel in an organization who handle ESD sensitive items (ESDS) are to receive ESD control training. In addition, facilities personnel and those who design products to purchase electronic items should also receive ESD control training. Training should occur yearly and is to include objective evidence that the person has understood the information. Training typically … Read moreESD Handling Procedures