IEC 61340-3-1:2006

Title

Language: EN Electrostatics - Part 3-1: Methods for simulation of electrostatic effects - Human body model (HBM) electrostatic discharge test waveforms

Language: FR Electrostatique - Partie 3-1: Méthodes pour la simulation des effets électrostatiques - Formes d'onde d'essai des décharges électrostatiques pour le modèle du corps humain (HBM)

Abstract

Language: EN Describes the discharge current waveforms used to simulate human body model (HBM) electrostatic discharges (ESD) and the basic requirements for equipment used to develop and verify these waveforms. This standard covers HBM ESD waveforms for use in general test methods and for application to materials or objects, electronic components and other items for ESD withstand-test or performance-evaluation purposes. The specific application of these HBM ESD waveforms to non-powered semiconductor devices is covered in IEC 60749-26. The waveforms defined in this standard are not intended for use in the testing of powered electronic systems for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), which is covered in IEC 61000-4-2. The major change of this document is that it no longer contains the application to semiconductor devices

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Language: EN Language: FR
Edition
2.0
Date of issue
13.12.2006
TC 101
ICS Codes
17.220.99, 29.020
Publication number
61340
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