This International Standard defines common charging interoperability guidelines for power sources (external power supplies (EPS) and other Sources) used with computing and consumer electronics devices that implement the IEC 62680-1-3: USB Type-C®1 Cable and Connector Specification.
This document defines normative requirements for an EPS to ensure interoperability, in particular it specifies the data communicated from a power source to a device (Figure 1) and certain safety elements of the EPS, cable, and device. While the requirements focus of this document is on the EPS (External Power Supply) and the behavior at its USB Type-C connector interface, it is also important to comprehend cable assembly and device capabilities and behaviors in order to assure end-to-end charging interoperability. The scope does not apply to all design aspects of an EPS. An EPS compliant with this standard is also expected to follow other applicable global standards and regulatory compliance requirements for aspects such as product safety, EMC and energy efficiency.
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This International Standard provides recommendations for the behavior of a device when used with a power source compliant with this document. This International Standard specifies the minimum hardware specification for an EPS implementing IEC 62680-1-3: USB Type-C. This document also specifies the data objects used by a charging system utilizing IEC 62680-1-2: USB Power Delivery Specification to understand the identity, design and performance characteristics, and operating status of an external power supply. IEC 62680-1-2 and IEC 62680-1-3 focus on power delivery applications ranging to 100W for a variety of computing and consumer electronic devices including notebook computers, tablets, smartphones, small form-factor desktops, monitor displays and other related multimedia devices.
Future updates to IEC 62680-1-2 and IEC 62680-1-3 specifications will extend to enable power delivery applications that require more than 100W while remaining within the technical limitations of the USB Type-C cable and connector solution.
This document relies on established mechanical and electrical specifications, and communication protocols specified by IEC 62680-1-2 and IEC 62680-1-3. These specifications support methods for establishing the best performing interoperability between untested combinations of EPS and devices with the aim of improving consumer satisfaction.
Information describing the USB charging interoperability model, overview of USB Type-C and USB Power Delivery specifications, and factors for charging performance are also provided to support implementation of this standard.

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This part of IEC 62321 provides strategies of sampling along with the mechanical preparation
of samples from electrotechnical products. These samples can be used for analytical testing to
determine the levels of certain substances as described in the test methods in other parts of
the IEC 62321 series. Restrictions for substances will vary between geographic regions and
can be updated on a regular basis. This document describes a generic process for obtaining
and preparing samples prior to the determination of any substance of concern.
This document does not provide:
– full guidance on each and every product that could be classified as electrotechnical product.
Since there is a huge variety of electrotechnical parts, with various structures and
compositions, along with the continuous innovations in the industry, it is unrealistic to
attempt to provide procedures for the disjointment of every type of part;
– guidance regarding other routes to gather additional information on certain substances in a
product, although the information collected has relevance to the sampling strategies in this
document;
– safe disassembly and mechanical disjointment instructions related to electrotechnical
products (e.g. mercury-containing switches) and the recycling industry (e.g. how to handle
CRTs or the safe removal of batteries). See IEC 62554 [1] 1 for the disjointment and
mechanical sample preparation of mercury-containing fluorescent lamps;
– sampling procedures for packaging and packaging materials;
– analytical procedures to measure the levels of certain substances. This is covered by other
standards (e.g. other parts of the IEC 62321 series), which are referred to as "test
standards" in this document;
– guidelines for assessment of compliance.
This document has the status of a horizontal standard in accordance with IEC Guide 108 [2].

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This part of IEC 62321 specifies the screening analysis of polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs), polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), di-isobutyl phthalate (DIBP), di-n-butyl phthalate (DBP), benzylbutyl phthalate (BBP), di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP), di-n-octyl phthalate (DNOP), di-isononyl phthalate (DINP), and di-isodecyl phthalate (DIDP) in polymers of electrotechnical products using the analytical technique of gas chromatography-mass spectrometry using a pyrolyser/thermal desorption accessory (Py/TD-GC-MS). This test method has been evaluated through the analysis of PP (polypropylene), PS (polystyrene), and PVC (polyvinyl chloride) materials containing deca-BDE between 100 mg/kg and 1 000 mg/kg and individual phthalates between 100 mg/kg to 4 000 mg/kg as depicted in Annex J. Use of the methods described in this document for other polymer types, PBBs (mono-deca), PBDEs (mono-deca) and phthalates or concentration ranges other than those specified above has not been specifically evaluated. This document has the status of a horizontal standard in accordance with IEC Guide 108 [1]1.

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This part of IEC 62321 specifies two techniques for the determination of
hexabromocyclododecane (HBCDD) in polymers of electrotechnical products.
The gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) test method is described in the
normative part of this document. The GC-MS method is suitable for the determination of
hexabromocyclododecane (HBCDD).
A method using high-pressure liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (HPLC-MS) is given
in informative Annex A.
These test methods have been evaluated for use with EPS (expanded polystyrene foam),
XPS (extruded polystyrene foam) and ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) within the
concentration ranges as specified in Table 1. The use of this method for other types of materials
or concentration ranges outside those specified below has not been evaluated.
This document has the status of a horizontal standard in accordance with IEC Guide 108.

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IEC TR 60286-3-4:2021(E) considers the proposed requirements for emboss taping for the Auto Loading Feeder mechanism to mount electric components without leads or with stump type leads used for electric circuits. This document is applicable to the embossed carrier tape, with single round sprocket holes, with tape pitches of 2 mm or more (nominal tape width: 8 mm only) among the tapes of Type 2a in IEC 60286-3.

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IEC TR 60286-3-3:2021(E) describes the possible requirements for paper taping for the Auto Loading Feeder mechanism to mount electronic components without leads or with stump type leads used for electric circuits. This document is applicable to the punched carrier tape with the bottom cover tape (nominal tape width: 8 mm only) among the tapes of Type 1a, and the pressed carrier tape (nominal tape width: 8 mm) of Type 1b in IEC 60286-3.

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This International Standard describes the transportation and storage conditions for surface mounting devices (SMDs) that are fulfilled in order to enable trouble-free processing of surface mounting devices, both active and passive. (Conditions for printed boards are not taken into consideration.)
The object of this standard is to ensure that users of SMDs receive and store products tha can be further processed (e.g. positioned, soldered) without prejudice to quality and reliability. Improper transportation and storage of SMDs may cause deterioration and result in assembly problems such as poor solderability, delamination and "popcorning".

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This document provides terminology frequently used in literature related to wearable electronic
devices and technologies in the IEC 63203 series. This list includes wearable electronic devices
and technologies, near-body wearable electronics, on-body wearable electronics, in-body
wearable electronics, and electronic textiles.

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IEC 62435-9:2021 specifies storage practices encompassing silicon and semiconductor device building blocks of all types that are integrated together to into products in the form of either packages or boards that can be stored as fully assembled units or partial assemblies. Special attention is given to memories as components and assemblies although methods also apply to heterogeneous components. Guidelines and requirements for customer-supplier interaction are provided to manage the complexity.
NOTE In IEC 62435 (all parts), the term "components" is used interchangeably with dice, wafers, passives and packaged devices.

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IEC 60938-2:2021 applies to fixed inductors designed for electromagnetic interference suppression, which will be connected to an AC mains or other supply with a nominal voltage not exceeding 1 000 V AC RMS or 1 500 V DC with a nominal frequency not exceeding 400 Hz.
This sectional specification is restricted to fixed inductors for which safety tests are appropriate. This implies that inductors specified according to this specification will either be connected to mains supplies, when compliance with the mandatory tests of Annex A is necessary, or used in other circuit positions where the equipment specification prescribes that some or all of these safety tests are required.
The object of this document is to prescribe standard requirements for safety tests, preferred ratings and characteristics, to select from IEC 60938-1 the appropriate methods of test and to give general performance requirements for suppression inductors.
This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- the test plan for performance testing has been removed; mandatory safety tests and optional performance tests are listed in one test plan in Annex B;
- requirements for Thyristor-Chokes have been withdrawn;
- material requirements are harmonized with IEC 60939-3 and UL 60939-3;
- AC chokes up to 1 000 V and DC chokes up to 1 500 V are now in the Scope.

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IEC 60938-1:2021 applies to inductors designed for electromagnetic interference suppression intended for use within all kind of electric and electronic equipment.
In this generic specification, normative references and terms and definitions are given. It also prescribes general requirements and the suitable test and measurement procedures for interference suppression inductors. Annex B states special requirements for earth inductors.
This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) material tests added;
b) improved readability and clear separation between test descriptions in the generic spec and requirements in the sectional specification;
c) creepage and clearance requirements are now defined in sectional specifications only;
d) AC testing for voltage test included.

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IEC 63002:2021 defines common charging interoperability guidelines for power sources (external power supplies (EPSs) and other Sources) used with computing and consumer electronics devices that implement IEC 62680-1-3 (USB Type-C Cable and Connector Specification).
This document defines normative requirements for an EPS to ensure interoperability; in particular, it specifies the data communicated from a power source to a device and certain safety elements of the EPS, cable, and device. While the requirements focus of this document is on the EPS and the behaviour at its USB Type-C connector interface, it is also important to comprehend cable assembly and device capabilities and behaviours in order to assure end-to-end charging interoperability. This document does not apply to all design aspects of an EPS. This document does not specify regulatory compliance requirements for aspects such as product safety, EMC or energy efficiency.
This document provides recommendations for the behaviour of a device when used with a power source compliant with this document. It specifies the minimum hardware specification for an EPS implementing IEC 62680-1-3. This document also specifies the data objects used by a charging system utilizing IEC 62680-1-2 to understand the identity, design and performance characteristics, and operating status of an external power supply. IEC 62680-1-2 focuses on power delivery applications ranging to 100 W for a variety of computing and consumer electronics devices including notebook computers, tablets, smartphones, small form-factor desktops, monitor displays and other related multimedia devices.
This document relies on established mechanical and electrical specifications, and communication protocols specified by IEC 62680-1-2 and IEC 62680-1-3. These specifications support methods for establishing the best performing interoperability between untested combinations of EPS and devices with the aim of improving consumer satisfaction.
Information describing the USB charging interoperability model, overview of USB Type-C and USB Power Delivery specifications, and factors for charging performance are also provided to support implementation of this document.
IEC 63002:2021 cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2016. This edition constitutes a technical revision.
This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) title is changed from Identification and communication interoperability method for external power supplies used with portable computing devices;
b) Clause 4, EPS interoperability based on USB technologies, is added;
c) Clause 5, EPS specification, adds hardware and protection requirements; overvoltage protection is changed from optional to normative;
d) Annex B and Annex C are added, providing an explanation of the design features in USB Power Delivery that enhance reliability and an explanation of the concepts of charge rate and power.

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IEC 62430:2019 describes principles, specifies requirements and provides guidance for organizations intending to integrate environmental aspects into the design and development in order to minimize the adverse environmental impacts of their products.
This document applies to processes on how ECD (environmentally conscious design) are integrated into the design and development. This document applies to any organization, regardless of its size, type or sector.
This document does not provide requirements for assessing the conformity of individual products.
This horizontal standard is primarily intended for use by technical committees in the preparation of standards in accordance with the principles laid down in IEC Guide 108.
One of the responsibilities of a technical committee is, wherever applicable, to make use of horizontal standards in the preparation of its publications. The contents of this horizontal standard will not apply unless specifically referred to or included in the relevant publications.
IEC 62430:2019 cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2009. This edition constitutes a technical revision.
This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) Scope is extended from electrotechnical product and systems to all products including services.
b) As a consequence of the scope expansion, non-electrotechnical products, services in particular, are taken into account to modify requirements.
c) Clause 6 is added as a guidance.

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IEC 62435-7:2020 on long-term storage applies to micro-electromechanical devices (MEMS) in long-term storage that can be used as part of obsolescence mitigation strategy. Long-term storage refers to a duration that may be more than 12 months for products scheduled for storage. Philosophy, good working practice, and general means to facilitate the successful long-term storage of electronic components are also addressed.

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IEC 62435-8:2020 on long-term storage is applied to passive electronic devices in long-term storage that can be used as part of obsolescence mitigation strategy. Long-term storage refers to a duration that can be more than 12 months for product scheduled for storage. Storage typically begins when components are packed at the originating supplier where the pack date or date code are assigned to the product. It is the responsibility of the distributor and the customer to control and manage the aging inventory upon receipt of the dated product. Alternatively, a supplier-customer agreement can be established to manage the aging inventory. Philosophy, good working practice, and general means to facilitate the successful long-term storage of electronic components are also addressed.

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This document defines product category rules (PCR) for electronic and electrical products and systems (EEPS).
It specifies the process and requirements on how to conduct life cycle assessment in the context of
environmental declarations.
PCR is complemented by additional product-specific rules (PSR), which further define e.g. functional units and
default scenarios in the product-specific context. Therefore, it also provides guidance on how to develop PSR
in corresponding technical committees.
This document provides common rules for:
a) life cycle assessment (LCA), including the requirements for developing default scenarios;
b) the LCA report;
c) the development of product specific rules.
This document provides further guidelines for environmental declarations.
The basic LCA principles and framework are based on the EN ISO 14040 series of standards (i.e EN ISO 14040
and ISO 14044), and therefore out of scope of the standard.

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IEC 62396-8:2020 is intended to provide awareness and guidance with regard to the effects of small particles (that is, protons, electrons, pions and muon fluxes) and single event effects on avionics electronics used in aircraft operating at altitudes up to 60 000 feet (18 300 m). This is an emerging topic and lacks substantive supporting data. This document is intended to help aerospace or ground level electronic equipment manufacturers and designers by providing awareness guidance for this new emerging topic.
Details of the radiation environment are provided together with identification of potential problems caused as a result of the atmospheric radiation received. Appropriate methods are given for quantifying single event effect (SEE) rates in electronic components.

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IEC TS 62686-1:2020 is available as IEC TS 62686-1:2020 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.
IEC TS 62686-1:2020 defines the minimum requirements for general purpose "off the shelf" COTS (commercial off-the-shelf) integrated circuits and discrete semiconductors for ADHP (aerospace, defence and high performance) applications. This Technical Specification applies to all components that can be operated in ADHP applications within the manufacturers' publicly available data sheet limits in conjunction with IEC TS 62239-1. It may be used by other high performance and high reliability industries, at their discretion. This new edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- update related to obsolescence of STACK Specification S/0001 revision 14 notice 3;
- addition of alternative automotive methods of compliance and revision of Annex B initially related to cross-reference to STACK Specification S/0001;
- addition of an Annex C to include a requirement matrix for IEC TS 62686-1 verification.

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IEC 62435-3:2020 describes the aspects of data storage that are necessary for successful use of electronic components being stored after long periods while maintaining traceability or chain of custody. It defines what sort of data needs to be stored alongside the components or dies and the best way to do so in order to avoid losing data during the storage period. As defined in this document, long-term storage refers to a duration that can be more than twelve months for products scheduled for long duration storage. Philosophy, good working practice, and general means to facilitate the successful long-term-storage of electronic components are also addressed. NOTE: In IEC 62435 (all parts), the term "components" is used interchangeably with dice, wafers, passives and packaged devices.

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IEC 61163-2:2020 provides guidance on RSS techniques and procedures for electrical, electronic, and mechanical components. This document is procedural in nature and is not, and cannot be, exhaustive with respect to component technologies due to the rapid rate of developments in the component industry. This document is:
a) intended for component manufacturers as a guideline;
b) intended for component users as a guideline to negotiate with component manufacturers on RSS requirements;
c) intended to allow the planning of an RSS process in house to meet reliability requirements or to allow the re-qualification of components for specific, upgraded, environments;
d) intended as a guideline to sub-contractors who provide RSS as a service.
This document is not intended to provide test plans for specific components or for delivery of certificates of conformance for batches of components. The use of bi-modal Weibull analysis to select and optimize an RSS process without having to estimate the reliability and life time of all items is described. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 1998. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) this version of the document is a complete rewrite and restructure from the previous version.

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This European Standard is applicable to the processes relating to the preparing for re-use of WEEE.
NOTE 1   This European Standard covers the preparing for re-use of WEEE arising from electrical and electronic equipment as listed in Annex I and Annex III of Directive 2012/19/EU.
This European Standard is applicable to preparing for re-use operators only and does not cover activities connected with used or second-hand equipment that have not become waste. It applies to all preparing for re-use operators, no matter their size or main focus of activity.
This European Standard assists in quantifying re-use, recycling and recovery rates in conjunction with EN 50625-1.
In case of treatment operations (including the collection and logistics of WEEE) other than preparing for re-use the EN 50625 series applies.
Preparing for re-use processes can include the removal of whole components or parts where they are intended to either be used in the repair of faulty equipment or sold as re-use parts.
The following EEE are not in the scope of this standard:
-    industrial monitoring and control instruments;
-    in vitro diagnostic medical devices, medical devices or active implantable devices.
NOTE 2   Examples of industrial monitoring and control instruments include equipment intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres, and monitoring and control equipment that performs a safety function as part of industrial control system.
NOTE 3   In vitro diagnostic medical devices, medical devices and active implantable devices have the capacity to collect and harbour pathogens, depending on the environment in which they operated. It is essential to follow clinically proven means for decontamination. Relevant Directives are 93/42/EEC and 98/79/EC.

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IEC 62435-3:2020 describes the aspects of data storage that are necessary for successful use of electronic components being stored after long periods while maintaining traceability or chain of custody. It defines what sort of data needs to be stored alongside the components or dies and the best way to do so in order to avoid losing data during the storage period. As defined in this document, long-term storage refers to a duration that can be more than twelve months for products scheduled for long duration storage. Philosophy, good working practice, and general means to facilitate the successful long-term-storage of electronic components are also addressed.
NOTE: In IEC 62435 (all parts), the term "components" is used interchangeably with dice, wafers, passives and packaged devices.

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This document is applicable to the processes relating to the preparing for re-use of WEEE. NOTE 1 This document covers the preparing for re-use of WEEE arising from electrical and electronic equipment as listed in Annex I and Annex III of Directive 2012/19/EU. This document is applicable to preparing for re-use operators only and does not cover activities connected with used or second-hand equipment that have not become waste. It applies to all preparing for re-use operators, no matter their size or main focus of activity. This document assists in quantifying re-use, recycling and recovery rates in conjunction with EN 50625 1. In case of treatment operations (including the collection and logistics of WEEE) other than preparing for re-use, the EN 50625 series applies. Preparing for re-use processes includes the removal of whole components or parts where they are intended to either be used in the repair of faulty equipment or sold as re-use parts. The following EEE are not in the scope of this document: - industrial monitoring and control instruments; - in vitro diagnostic medical devices, medical devices or active implantable devices. NOTE 2 Examples of industrial monitoring and control instruments include equipment intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres, and monitoring and control equipment that performs a safety function as part of industrial control system. NOTE 3 in vitro diagnostic medical devices, medical devices and active implantable devices have the capacity to collect and harbour pathogens, depending on the environment in which they operated. It is essential to follow clinically proven means for decontamination. Relevant Directives are 93/42/EEC and 98/79/EC.

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This document defines requirements for avoiding the use of counterfeit, recycled and fraudulent components used in the aerospace, defence and high performance (ADHP) industries. It also defines requirements for ADHP industries to maintain their intellectual property (IP) for all of their products and services. The risks associated with purchasing components outside of franchised distributor networks are considered in IEC 62668-2. Although developed for the avionics industry, this document can be applied by other high performance and high reliability industries at their discretion.

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This document gives guidance on the use of failure rate data for reliability prediction of
electric components used in equipment.
The method presented in this document uses the concept of reference conditions which are
the typical values of stresses that are observed by components in the majority of applications.
Reference conditions are useful since they provide a known standard basis from which failure
rates can be modified to account for differences in environment from the environments taken
as reference conditions. Each user can use the reference conditions defined in this document
or use their own. When failure rates stated at reference conditions are used it allows realistic
reliability predictions to be made in the early design phase.
The stress models described herein are generic and can be used as a basis for conversion of
failure rate data given at these reference conditions to actual operating conditions when
needed and this simplifies the prediction approach. Conversion of failure rate data is only
possible within the specified functional limits of the components.
This document also gives guidance on how a database of component failure data can be
constructed to provide failure rates that can be used with the included stress models.
Reference conditions for failure rate data are specified, so that data from different sources
can be compared on a uniform basis. If failure rate data are given in accordance with this
document then additional information on the specified conditions can be dispensed with.
This document does not provide base failure rates for components – rather it provides models
that allow failure rates obtained by other means to be converted from one operating condition
to another operating condition.
The prediction methodology described in this document assumes that the parts are being
used within its useful life. The methods in this document have a general application but are
specifically applied to a selection of component types as defined in Clauses 6 to 20 and I.2.

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This document gives guidance on the use of failure rate data for reliability prediction of
electric components used in equipment.
The method presented in this document uses the concept of reference conditions which are
the typical values of stresses that are observed by components in the majority of applications.
Reference conditions are useful since they provide a known standard basis from which failure
rates can be modified to account for differences in environment from the environments taken
as reference conditions. Each user can use the reference conditions defined in this document
or use their own. When failure rates stated at reference conditions are used it allows realistic
reliability predictions to be made in the early design phase.
The stress models described herein are generic and can be used as a basis for conversion of
failure rate data given at these reference conditions to actual operating conditions when
needed and this simplifies the prediction approach. Conversion of failure rate data is only
possible within the specified functional limits of the components.
This document also gives guidance on how a database of component failure data can be
constructed to provide failure rates that can be used with the included stress models.
Reference conditions for failure rate data are specified, so that data from different sources
can be compared on a uniform basis. If failure rate data are given in accordance with this
document then additional information on the specified conditions can be dispensed with.
This document does not provide base failure rates for components – rather it provides models
that allow failure rates obtained by other means to be converted from one operating condition
to another operating condition.
The prediction methodology described in this document assumes that the parts are being
used within its useful life. The methods in this document have a general application but are
specifically applied to a selection of component types as defined in Clauses 6 to 20 and I.2.

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IEC 62668-1:2019 defines requirements for avoiding the use of counterfeit, recycled and fraudulent components used in the aerospace, defence and high performance (ADHP) industries. It also defines requirements for ADHP industries to maintain their intellectual property (IP) for all of their products and services. The risks associated with purchasing components outside of franchised distributor networks are considered in IEC 62668-2. Although developed for the avionics industry, this document can be applied by other high performance and high reliability industries at their discretion. This first edition cancels and replaces the third edition of IEC TS 62668-1 published in 2016. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) added a reference to AS/EN/JISQ 9100 and AS/EN/JISQ 9110 which contain anti-counterfeit requirements b) added reference to USA DFAR rule 252.246.7008 and to UK Defence Standard 05-135; c) added reference to more GAO, OECD and ICC reports d) updated weblinks and other references; e) added new Annex E with figures describing how anti-counterfeit documents can be used in supply chains; f) added a reference to the new IECQ OD 3702 traceability audit; g) added new definition for re-manufactured components with a warning that these are not recommended.

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Specifies marking codes for resistors and capacitors and indexes for the dielectric material and the electrodes of plastic film and paper capacitors

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IEC TR 60286-7:2019 contains information about the introduction of an innovative bulk blister packing system for miniaturized components, for example chip type components of size 1005 (metric) and smaller. It includes a proposal for standardization of the interface between the packaging and automatic assembly systems and requirements to the properties of the packaging.

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EN-IEC 62668-2, defines requirements for avoiding the use of counterfeit, recycled and fraudulent components when these components are not purchased from the original component manufacturer (OCM) or are purchased from outside of franchised distributor networks for use in the aerospace, defence and high performance (ADHP) industries. This practice is used, as derogation, only when there are no reasonable or practical alternatives. Although developed for the ADHP industry, this document can be used by other highperformance and high-reliability industries, at their discretion.

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IEC 62668-2:2019, defines requirements for avoiding the use of counterfeit, recycled and fraudulent components when these components are not purchased from the original component manufacturer (OCM) or are purchased from outside of franchised distributor networks for use in the aerospace, defence and high performance (ADHP) industries. This practice is used, as derogation, only when there are no reasonable or practical alternatives. NOTE: Typically this document is used in conjunction with IEC 62239-1 and IEC 62668-1, enabling ADHP industries to manage and avoid the use of counterfeit, recycled and fraudulent components in their supply chains. Although developed for the ADHP industry, this document can be used by other high-performance and high-reliability industries, at their discretion. This first edition cancels and replaces the second edition of IEC TS 62668-2 published in 2016. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the second edition of IEC TS 62668-2: a) updates to the risk assessment process, including reference to SAE AS6081; b) updates to the test methods, including reference to the SAE AS6171 test methods published and in development; c) updates in line with IEC 62668-1 for definitions and references to DFARS.

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IEC 62668-1:2019 defines requirements for avoiding the use of counterfeit, recycled and fraudulent components used in the aerospace, defence and high performance (ADHP) industries. It also defines requirements for ADHP industries to maintain their intellectual property (IP) for all of their products and services. The risks associated with purchasing components outside of franchised distributor networks are considered in IEC 62668-2. Although developed for the avionics industry, this document can be applied by other high performance and high reliability industries at their discretion.
This first edition cancels and replaces the third edition of IEC TS 62668-1 published in 2016. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) added a reference to AS/EN/JISQ 9100 and AS/EN/JISQ 9110 which contain anti-counterfeit requirements
b) added reference to USA DFAR rule 252.246.7008 and to UK Defence Standard 05-135;
c) added reference to more GAO, OECD and ICC reports
d) updated weblinks and other references;
e) added new Annex E with figures describing how anti-counterfeit documents can be used in supply chains;
f) added a reference to the new IECQ OD 3702 traceability audit;
g) added new definition for re-manufactured components with a warning that these are not recommended.

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IEC TR 63238-1:2019 provides information and a template to create an interface control document (ICD) for any project which includes electronic assemblies, such as electronic circuit card assemblies (CCAs) or electronic devices, connected together. This document proposes electrical signal naming conventions when interfacing electronic assemblies, and an example containing seven signal naming conventions is included. This document supports original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in the preparation and maintenance of their electronic assemblies interfaces and integration specifications to avoid misunderstanding of signals which can cause unnecessary design and/or integration errors, and testing complications.

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IEC 62668-2:2019, defines requirements for avoiding the use of counterfeit, recycled and fraudulent components when these components are not purchased from the original component manufacturer (OCM) or are purchased from outside of franchised distributor networks for use in the aerospace, defence and high performance (ADHP) industries. This practice is used, as derogation, only when there are no reasonable or practical alternatives.
NOTE: Typically this document is used in conjunction with IEC 62239-1 and IEC 62668-1, enabling ADHP industries to manage and avoid the use of counterfeit, recycled and fraudulent components in their supply chains.
Although developed for the ADHP industry, this document can be used by other high-performance and high-reliability industries, at their discretion.
This first edition cancels and replaces the second edition of IEC TS 62668-2 published in 2016. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the second edition of IEC TS 62668-2:
a) updates to the risk assessment process, including reference to SAE AS6081;
b) updates to the test methods, including reference to the SAE AS6171 test methods published and in development;
c) updates in line with IEC 62668-1 for definitions and references to DFARS.

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This document deals with the assessment of the proportion of re-used components in energy-related products on a generic level. All energy-related products are in the scope of this standard.

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This document deals with the assessment of the proportion of re-used components in energy-related products on a generic level. All energy-related products are in the scope of this standard.

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This part of IEC 60027 is applicable to telecommunications and electronics. It gives names
and symbols for quantities and their units.

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IEC 62629-12-2:2019 specifies the measuring methods of motion artifacts for stereoscopic displays using glasses. This document is applicable to stereoscopic displays using glasses, which consist of transmissive type active matrix liquid crystal display modules (without a post image processing).

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This part of IEC 60286 is applicable to the tape packaging of electronic components without
leads or with lead stumps, intended to be connected to electronic circuits. It includes only
those dimensions that are essential for the taping of components intended for the abovementioned
purposes.
This document also includes requirements related to the packaging of singulated die products
including bare die and bumped die (flip chips).

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In accordance with standardisation request M/543 it is necessary to consider the "Use and recyclability of Critical Raw Materials to the EU, listed by the European Commission". This standard facilitates this requirement by describing appropriate information on critical materials.

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In accordance with standardisation request M/543 it is necessary to consider the "Documentation and/or marking regarding information relating to material efficiency of the product taking into account the intended audience (consumers, professionals or market surveillance authorities)". This standard facilitates by describing requirement for providing appropriate information.

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IEC 60286-3:2019 is available as IEC 60286-3:2019 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 60286-3:2019 is applicable to the tape packaging of electronic components without leads or with lead stumps, intended to be connected to electronic circuits. It includes only those dimensions that are essential for the taping of components intended for the above-mentioned purposes. This document also includes requirements related to the packaging of singulated die products including bare die and bumped die (flip chips). This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: - addition of a table of the classification to symbols concerning tape, reel and common symbols; - additions of a figure of example of polarity and orientation and a figure of example of dot seal; - revision of requirements for camber; - addition of a definition of design value with regard to tilt.

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In accordance with standardisation request M/543 it is necessary to consider the "Documentation and/or marking regarding information relating to material efficiency of the product taking into account the intended audience (consumers, professionals or market surveillance authorities)". This standard facilitates by describing requirement for providing appropriate information.

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In accordance with standardisation request M/543 it is necessary to consider the "Use and recyclability of Critical Raw Materials to the EU, listed by the European Commission". This standard facilitates this requirement by describing appropriate information on critical materials.

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