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EOS Issue... | 9 September, 1999

Hello everyone, Anybody know how to prevent EOS problem? Recently, we sent some defective IC components to original suppliers for further analysis, but the result is those parts were all damaged by EOS! Please somebody help us to prevent this issue. If could, please also provide your experiences. Thanks in advance!

Gyver

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#9684

Re: EOS Issue... | 9 September, 1999

| Hello everyone, | Anybody know how to prevent EOS problem? | Recently, we sent some defective IC components to original suppliers for further analysis, but the result is those parts were all damaged by EOS! | Please somebody help us to prevent this issue. If could, please also provide your experiences. Thanks in advance! | | Gyver | Gyver: The biggest impediment to effective EOS/SED programs is top managment. Static damage to components is caused by people doing things. So, each time you see someone doing something relating to your product, consider that they may be damaging your product. Scary eh? Check the link below.

"Test & Measurement World" (www.tmworld.com) pblished, in September 1999, a "A Special ESD Suppliment." Can't comment on it tho.

Ted Dangelmeyer wrote an authoritive book on setting-up ESD control programs, aimed at helping small companies. And who better should it be aimed at? Since those folk have few resources for such a potentailly BIG $$ programs.

Figure-out a plan starting at minimums, like:

* Have suppliers pack parts in protective packaging * Remove static generator materials from the work place * Have inventory people work at ESD safe work stations, including wrist straps * Have bench operators work at ESD safe work stations, including wrist straps * Have machine operators walk on ESD dissipative matts using heel straps * Set-up a wrist and heel strap monitoring program * Pack product in protective materials

Get smart and educate your troops:

* There's a EOS/ESD Symposium in Orlando September 27-29. * Use your suppliers. ESD protective materials suppliers (3M, Desco, Simco) can help set-up programs and train. * Search the web * Some cities have EOS/ESD Society meetings, similar to SMTA

Good luck

Dave F

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#9685

Re: EOS Issue... | 9 September, 1999

| | Hello everyone, | | Anybody know how to prevent EOS problem? | | Recently, we sent some defective IC components to original suppliers for further analysis, but the result is those parts were all damaged by EOS! | | Please somebody help us to prevent this issue. If could, please also provide your experiences. Thanks in advance! | | | | Gyver | | | Gyver: The biggest impediment to effective EOS/SED programs is top managment. Static damage to components is caused by people doing things. So, each time you see someone doing something relating to your product, consider that they may be damaging your product. Scary eh? Check the link below. | | "Test & Measurement World" (www.tmworld.com) pblished, in September 1999, a "A Special ESD Suppliment." Can't comment on it tho. | | Ted Dangelmeyer wrote an authoritive book on setting-up ESD control programs, aimed at helping small companies. And who better should it be aimed at? Since those folk have few resources for such a potentailly BIG $$ programs. | | Figure-out a plan starting at minimums, like: | | * Have suppliers pack parts in protective packaging | * Remove static generator materials from the work place | * Have inventory people work at ESD safe work stations, including wrist straps | * Have bench operators work at ESD safe work stations, including wrist straps | * Have machine operators walk on ESD dissipative matts using heel straps | * Set-up a wrist and heel strap monitoring program | * Pack product in protective materials | | Get smart and educate your troops: | | * There's a EOS/ESD Symposium in Orlando September 27-29. | * Use your suppliers. ESD protective materials suppliers (3M, Desco, Simco) can help set-up programs and train. | * Search the web | * Some cities have EOS/ESD Society meetings, similar to SMTA | | | Good luck | | Dave F | | Dave - good work Gyver - get Dangelmayer's work on the cheap from AT&T/Lucent. Electrostatic Discharge Control Handbook, select code 500-000 AT&T ESD Inspection guide, select code 500-001 These form the basis for AT&T/Lucent's control and inspection program Lucent Technologies Customer Information Center 888/Lucent-8 europe 317/322-6416

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#9686

Re: EOS Issue... | 10 September, 1999

| | | Hello everyone, | | | Anybody know how to prevent EOS problem? | | | Recently, we sent some defective IC components to original suppliers for further analysis, but the result is those parts were all damaged by EOS! | | | Please somebody help us to prevent this issue. If could, please also provide your experiences. Thanks in advance! | | | | | | Gyver | | | | | Gyver: The biggest impediment to effective EOS/SED programs is top managment. Static damage to components is caused by people doing things. So, each time you see someone doing something relating to your product, consider that they may be damaging your product. Scary eh? Check the link below. | | | | "Test & Measurement World" (www.tmworld.com) pblished, in September 1999, a "A Special ESD Suppliment." Can't comment on it tho. | | | | Ted Dangelmeyer wrote an authoritive book on setting-up ESD control programs, aimed at helping small companies. And who better should it be aimed at? Since those folk have few resources for such a potentailly BIG $$ programs. | | | | Figure-out a plan starting at minimums, like: | | | | * Have suppliers pack parts in protective packaging | | * Remove static generator materials from the work place | | * Have inventory people work at ESD safe work stations, including wrist straps | | * Have bench operators work at ESD safe work stations, including wrist straps | | * Have machine operators walk on ESD dissipative matts using heel straps | | * Set-up a wrist and heel strap monitoring program | | * Pack product in protective materials | | | | Get smart and educate your troops: | | | | * There's a EOS/ESD Symposium in Orlando September 27-29. | | * Use your suppliers. ESD protective materials suppliers (3M, Desco, Simco) can help set-up programs and train. | | * Search the web | | * Some cities have EOS/ESD Society meetings, similar to SMTA | | | | | | Good luck | | | | Dave F | | | | Dave - good work | Gyver - get Dangelmayer's work on the cheap from AT&T/Lucent. | Electrostatic Discharge Control Handbook, select code 500-000 | AT&T ESD Inspection guide, select code 500-001 | These form the basis for AT&T/Lucent's control and inspection program | Lucent Technologies Customer Information Center | 888/Lucent-8 | europe 317/322-6416 | | Hello guys, Thanks for your great help.

Gyver

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