Packaging of components for automatic handling - Part 4: Stick magazines for electronic components encapsulated in packages of different forms

IEC 60286-4:2013 is applicable to stick magazines (including end stoppers) intended to be used for storage of electronic components, for transport from the manufacturer to the customer and for in-house use in the manufacturing plant. They are also used to feed automatic placement machines for surface mounting as well as for through-hole mounting of electronic components. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: Clause 4 describes the guidelines for customer specific stick magazine design. It replaces the magazine design rules for IEC outlined components and rules for orientation of components in stick magazines which have been moved to Annexes A to D.

Emballage des composants pour opérations automatisées - Partie 4: Magasins chargeurs pour composants électroniques encapsulés dans des boîtiers de différentes formes

La CEI 60286-4:2013 est applicable aux magasins chargeurs (y compris aux bouchons d'extrémités) destinés au stockage des composants électroniques pour le transport entre le fabricant et le client, et pour l'utilisation interne dans l'installation de fabrication. Ils sont aussi utilisés pour l'alimentation des machines de placement automatique pour le montage en surface ainsi que pour le montage par trous traversants des composants électroniques. Cette édition inclut les modifications techniques majeures suivantes par rapport à l'édition précédente: L'Article 4 décrit les lignes directrices pour la conception de magasins chargeurs sur mesure. Il remplace les règles de conception des magasins pour les composants décrits par la CEI et les règles d'orientation des composants dans les magasins chargeurs qui ont été déplacées dans les Annexes A à D.

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IEC 60286-4
Edition 3.0 2013-07
INTERNATIONAL
STANDARD
NORME
INTERNATIONALE
Packaging of components for automatic handling –
Part 4: Stick magazines for electronic components encapsulated in packages of
different forms
Emballage des composants pour opérations automatisées –
Partie 4: Magasins chargeurs pour composants électroniques encapsulés dans
des boîtiers de différentes formes
IEC 60286-4:2013
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IEC 60286-4
Edition 3.0 2013-07
INTERNATIONAL
STANDARD
NORME
INTERNATIONALE
Packaging of components for automatic handling –
Part 4: Stick magazines for electronic components encapsulated in packages of
different forms
Emballage des composants pour opérations automatisées –
Partie 4: Magasins chargeurs pour composants électroniques encapsulés dans
des boîtiers de différentes formes
INTERNATIONAL
ELECTROTECHNICAL
COMMISSION
COMMISSION
ELECTROTECHNIQUE
PRICE CODE
INTERNATIONALE
CODE PRIX P
ICS 31.020; 31.240 ISBN 978-2-8322-0947-9

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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 3

1 Scope .............................................................................................................................. 5

2 Normative references ....................................................................................................... 5

3 Terms, definitions and conventions .................................................................................. 5

3.1 Terms and definitions ......................................................................................... 5

3.2 Conventions ....................................................................................................... 5

4 Shape and cross-section of stick magazine ...................................................................... 6

5 Dimensions of stick magazines ........................................................................................ 7

5.1 General .............................................................................................................. 7

5.2 Materials ............................................................................................................ 8

5.3 Recycling ........................................................................................................... 8

6 Mechanical stability .......................................................................................................... 8

7 End stoppers and spacers ................................................................................................ 9

8 Orientation of the components in the stick magazine ........................................................ 9

9 Marking ........................................................................................................................... 9

Annex A (informative) DIL packages for through-hole mount ................................................. 10

Annex B (informative) SO packages for surface mounting ..................................................... 12

Annex C (informative) Leaded chip carrier packages (PLCC) for surface mounting ............... 13

Annex D (normative) Rule for the orientation of integrated circuit packages in handling and

shipping carriers such as stick magazines and rails (from IEC 60191-3:1999, Annex G) ......... 14

Bibliography .......................................................................................................................... 16

Figure 1 – Shape and cross-sections of stick magazines ......................................................... 6

Figure 2 – Schematic of stick magazine design and schematic of package profile .................... 7

Figure A.1 – DIL packages for through-hole mounting ............................................................ 10

Figure B.1 – SO packages for surface mounting .................................................................... 12

Figure C.1 – Leaded chip carrier packages (PLCC) for surface mounting ............................... 13

Figure D.1 – Five examples of the terminal No. 1 marking locations ....................................... 15

Table 1 – Tolerances to the package profile dimensions .......................................................... 7

Table 2 – Principle of stick magazine requirements ................................................................. 8

Table 3 – Material reference for magazines and stoppers ........................................................ 8

Table A.1 – e = 3 modules e ................................................................................................ 10

Table A.2 – e = 4 modules e ................................................................................................ 11

Table A.3 – e = 6 modules e ................................................................................................ 11

Table B.1 – Stick magazine dimensions for SO packages ...................................................... 12

Table C.1 – Stick magazine dimensions for PLCC packages .................................................. 13

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INTERNATIONAL ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISSION
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PACKAGING OF COMPONENTS FOR AUTOMATIC HANDLING –
Part 4: Stick magazines for electronic components encapsulated
in packages of different forms
FOREWORD

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patent rights. IEC shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights.

International Standard IEC 60286-4 has been prepared by IEC technical committee 40:

Capacitors and resistors for electronic equipment.

This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 1997 and constitutes a

technical revision.

This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous

edition:

– Clause 4 describes the guidelines for customer specific stick magazine design. It replaces

the magazine design rules for IEC outlined components and rules for orientation of

components in stick magazines which have been moved to Annexes A to D.
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The text of this standard is based on the following documents:
FDIS Report on voting
40/2230/FDIS 40/2241/RVD

Full information on the voting for the approval of this standard can be found in the report on

voting indicated in the above table.

This publication has been drafted in accordance with the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2.

A list of all parts in the IEC 60286 series, published under the general title Packaging of

components for automatic handling, can be found on the IEC website.

The committee has decided that the contents of this publication will remain unchanged until the

stability date indicated on the IEC web site under "http://webstore.iec.ch" in the data related to

the specific publication. At this date, the publication will be
• reconfirmed,
• withdrawn,
• replaced by a revised edition, or
• amended.
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PACKAGING OF COMPONENTS FOR AUTOMATIC HANDLING –
Part 4: Stick magazines for electronic components encapsulated
in packages of different forms
1 Scope

This part of IEC 60286 is applicable to stick magazines (including end stoppers) intended to be

used for storage of electronic components, for transport from the manufacturer to the customer

and for in-house use in the manufacturing plant. They are also used to feed automatic

placement machines for surface mounting as well as for through-hole mounting of electronic

components.
2 Normative references

The following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and

are indispensable for its application. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For

undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments)

applies.

IEC 60191-3:1999, Mechanical standardization of semiconductor devices – Part 3: General

rules for the preparation of outline drawings of integrated circuits
IEC 60747-1:2006, Semiconductor devices – Part 1: General
Amendment 1:2010
3 Terms, definitions and conventions
3.1 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following definitions apply.
3.1.1
stick magazine

elongated container which has an appropriate cross section designed to accommodate devices

Note 1 to entry: Alternative terms such as tube, rail and magazine may be used.
3.1.2
end stoppers

mechanism placed at each end of the stick magazine to keep the devices from falling out of the

stick magazine

Note 1 to entry: Alternative terms such as pins, plugs, end plugs, nails, retainers etc. may be used, but for the

purposes of this standard "end stopper" shall be used.
3.2 Conventions

All dimensions in tables and figures representing sizes are in millimetres. All dimensions in

tables and figures representing angles or radii are in degrees.
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4 Shape and cross-section of stick magazine

Examples of typical and customized cross-sections for stick magazines are given in Figure 1.

Customized form
IEC 1734/13
Figure 1 – Shape and cross-sections of stick magazines

Internal stick magazine configuration shall be such that the individual component is protected

from damage, maintains a fixed orientation and slides freely when one end is elevated at a

minimum angle of 30°.

As magazine material over time is changing, the level of elevation of 30° may not be sufficient

for freely sliding of components. In this case, to allow proper transition of the component from

the magazine to a horizontal surface, the level of elevation should be kept to a minimum.

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5 Dimensions of stick magazines
5.1 General

Because the shape of the cross-section varies, the controlled distance tolerances should

conform to the values in Table 1, Table 2 and Figure 2. This table provides the tolerances to

the package profile dimensions, which is a summary of the tolerances for various standard

outlines (see Annexes A, B and C).
IEC 1735/13

Schematic of stick magazine design Schematic of package profile

IEC 1736/13
Figure 2 – Schematic of stick magazine design and schematic of package profile
Table 1 – Tolerances to the package profile dimensions
Functional cross reference Tolerances to package
profile dimensions
Stick magazine Package profile
A H
+ 0,5
B A
3 Package dimension
− 0,0
C H
D A
Package dimension ± 0,2
E e
NOTE 1 A is the body height of the component.
NOTE 2 A is the total package height of the component.

NOTE Additional protection of the component can be given by individual design to prevent cross traversing to the

stick magazine length (prevention of bend leads).
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Table 2 – Principle of stick magazine requirements
Dimension Nominal value and
tolerances
0,5° to 1,5°
All radii
L 530 mm max.
T 0,6 mm –0,15 / +0,2
5.2 Materials

The material shall be conductive, static dissipative or antistatic (a measuring method and

requirements are under consideration).

The loaded magazines shall be suitable to withstand transport and storage without danger of

giving off vapours or of contaminating the surface of the terminations, which could make

soldering difficult or deteriorate the component properties or terminations by chemical action.

As a minimum, the component device type, manufacturer's name or trade mark and date code

shall be legible without removal of the components from the stick magazine. Where the stick

material is not transparent, a suitable window or a series of windows/holes shall be provided

for inspection purposes.
5.3 Recycling

Stick magazines should be made of recyclable material. When such material is used the

magazine shall be permanently marked with the recycling symbol.

The end-stoppers should be of the same material as the stick magazine. This does not apply to

PVC-free type stick magazines, see Table 3.
Table 3 – Material reference for magazines and stoppers
Magazine type Magazine material Stopper material
PVC type PVC (hard type) PVC (soft type)
PVC free type PVC free PVC free
(e.g. PC or PET) (e.g. Elastomer (thermoplastic))
ISO 11469 should be used.
6 Mechanical stability

The mechanical stability of a loaded magazine during storage, transport and use shall be such

that the components are adequately retained, without deformation of the terminations or other

damage, in order to maintain their orientation within the magazine, yet enabling them to be

easily removed.

The magazine, which should not exceed 530 mm in length, shall also be suitable for use with

automatic placement machines or test equipment, and should be capable of bending in the

length axis through a radius of 600 mm. They shall be so designed that they can be stacked in

the machines and shall not overturn.
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7 End stoppers and spacers

End stoppers may be used to close the ends of the stick magazines, and spacers may be used

to limit the movement of the components within the stick magazines.
For end stoppers and spacers the following rules apply:

a) They shall be of any suitable material, preferably recyclable. When such a material is used

and size permits, end stoppers and spacers shall be marked with the recycling symbol.

b) They shall be of static dissipative or antistatically-coated material, and spacers shall be of

adequate compliance to prevent component damage.

c) End stoppers shall stay in place at the ends of the magazines until they are intentionally

removed, and shall be easily removable to disperse the devices without damaging the stick

magazines.
8 Orientation of the components in the stick magazine
See IEC 60191-3:1999, Annex G.
Rule (see also Annex D).

Integrated circuit packages shall be put in stick magazines with the terminal No. 1 mark

orientation. The side with the mark has to exit first from the carrier.

When the packages are in the carrier and viewed from the top, the terminal No. 1 mark shall be

left or in the lower left corner, and component marking shall be readable from the left to right.

9 Marking
The magazines shall be marked "Dissipative" or "Antistatic" as applicable.
The direction of unloading shall be marked on the magazines.

If the components are electrostatically sensitive and require special precautions during

handling, the magazines shall also be marked as required in Clause 8 of IEC 60747-1:2006,

Amendment 1:2010.
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Annex A
(informative)
DIL packages for through-hole mount
See IEC 60191-2, code 050G:1978, code 51G:1987 and code 60G:1987.

The principle of the functional dimensions of stick magazines for DIL package outlines with 6

to 48 terminals, and with a terminal row spacing of 3, 4 or 6 modules (module e = 2,54 mm =

0,1 inch) is as shown in Figure A.1. The functional dimensions, derived from outer and inner

dimensions, are given in Tables A.1, A.2 and A.3. These dimensions apply to ceramic, plastic

and side brazed termination packages.
+ 0,1
0,6
- 0,2
+ 2°
- 0°
C e
IEC 1737/13

Magazine section Component cross-section

All radii: 0,5 mm to 1,5 mm.
Figure A.1 – DIL packages for through-hole mounting

Other shapes are permitted within the dimensions given for outline families covered by this

standard.

Stick magazine dimensions for DIL packages with terminal row spacing e are given below.

Table A.1 – e = 3 modules e
Dimensions Low profile Regular profile
package height A package height A
2 2
2,0 to 3,5 >3,5 to 4,6
A 9,3 ± 0,5 9,3 ± 0,5
12,0 ± 0,5 13,5 ± 0,5
C 13,5 ± 0,5 15,5 ± 0,5
4,0 ± 0,2 5,1 ± 0,2
E 5,4 ± 0,2 5,4 ± 0,2
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Table A.2 – e = 4 modules e
Low profile Regular profile
Dimensions
package height A package height A
2,0 to 3,5 >3,5 to 4,6
A 12,0 ± 0,5 12,0 ± 0,5
12,0 ± 0,5 13,5 ± 0,5
C 18,0 ± 0,5 18,0 ± 0,5
4,0 ± 0,2 5,1 ± 0,2
E 8,2 ± 0,2 8,2 ± 0,2
Table A.3 – e = 6 modules e
Regular profile
Low profile
Dimensions
package height A package height A
2 2
2,0 to 3,5 > 3,5 to 4,6
17,3 ± 0,5 17,3 ± 0,5
B 12,0 ± 0,5 13,5 ± 0,5
23,0 ± 0,5 23,0 ± 0,5
D 4,0 ± 0,2 5,1 ± 0,2
12,5 ± 0,2 12,5 ± 0,2
Preferred maximum magazine length: 530 mm.
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Annex B
(informative)
SO packages for surface mounting
See IEC 60191-2, code 075E:1990 and code 076E:1990.

The principle of the functional dimensions of stick magazines for SO packages with 4 to 28

terminals, and with a maximum width H of 6,7 mm or 10,7 mm and a maximum height A

of 1,8 mm or 2,45 mm respectively, is as given in Figure B.1 and in Table B.1.
B 2
IEC 1738/13
Magazine section Component cross-section
Figure B.1 – SO packages for surface mounting
Table B.1 – Stick magazine dimensions for SO packages
Package outline type
Dimensions
(see IEC 60191-2)
mm 076E01 – 076E07 075E01 – 075E06
A 7,0 min. 11,0 min.
B 110 % to 135 % of A . 110 % to 135 % of A .
2 2
C 110 % to 135 % of H 110 % to 135 % of H
E E
D 2,8 min. 3,8 min.
E 3,3 max. 7,1 max.
Magazine material 0,45 – 0,8 0,45 – 0,8
thickness
Length 530 max. 530 max.
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Annex C
(informative)
Leaded chip carrier packages (PLCC) for surface mounting
See IEC 60191-2, code 102E:2001 and code 112E:1990.

The principle of the functional dimensions for PLCC stick magazines is shown in Figure C.1

with variants of cross-sections. The functional dimensions derived from outer and inner

dimensions are given in Table C.1.
45°
A A
C F
IEC 1739/13
Magazine section Component cross-section
Figure C.1 – Leaded chip carrier packages (PLCC) for surface mounting
Table C.1 – Stick magazine dimensions for PLCC packages
Package outline type
Dimensions
(see IEC 60191-2)
mm 102E02 – 102E07 112E01 – 112E05
C Package width F Package width H
+ allowance of + allowance of
0,6 min. to 0,9 max. 0,6 min. to 0,9 max.
B, D 110 % to 135 % of package thickness A
A A equals the length where at the set dimension D. the tube is
curved inward by 45° until it reaches height B
Magazine material 0,5 – 1,0
thickness
Length 530 max.
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Annex D
(normative)
Rule for the orientation of integrated circuit packages in handling
and shipping carriers such as stick magazines and rails
(from IEC 60191-3:1999, Annex G)
D.1 Overview

The users of integrated circuits which are supplied by different manufacturers need to have

integrated circuit packages oriented in a standard way in handling and shipping carriers such

as stick magazines and rails.

For this reason a rule is required to designate the orientations of the integrated circuit

packages relative to their stick magazines or rails and code mark in stick magazines or rails.

D.2 Rule

Integrated circuit packages shall be put in carrier packages such as stick magazines and rails

with the terminal No. 1 mark oriented so that the side with the mark exits first from the carrier.

When the packages are in the carrier and viewed from the top, the terminal No. 1 mark shall be

to the left or in the lower left corner, and marking shall be right side up and readable from the

left to the right.
For examples: see Figure D.1.

Terminal No. 1 exits as first terminal of the row which contains terminal No.1 in case of

magazines containing packages like DIP (dual-line package), QUIP (Quad in-line package),

SOP (small outline package), FP (flatpack), QFP (quad flatpack), CCC (ceramic chip carrier),

or PGA (pin grid array),

the row which contains terminal No. 1 in its centre exits first, in the case of magazines

containing packages like PLCC (plastic leaded chip carrier), or CCC (ceramic chip carrier).

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DIP QFP PLCC PLCC QFP
QUIP (rectangular) (rectangular) (square) (square)
SOP CCC CCC CCC
FP (leadless) (square (square
leadless)
leadless)
PGA
(square)
Marking Marking Marking Marking Marking
Stick magazine Technological movement direction
All packages in this figure are viewed from the top
IEC 1740/13
Figure D.1 – Five examples of the terminal No. 1 marking locations
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Bibliography

IEC 60191-2, Mechanical standardization of semiconductor devices – Part 2: Dimensions

http://std.iec.ch/
ISO 11469, Plastics – Generic identification and marking of plastic products
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SOMMAIRE

AVANT-PROPOS .................................................................................................................. 19

1 Domaine d'application .................................................................................................... 21

2 Références normatives ........................
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