IEC 60191-1:2018

Title

Language: EN Mechanical standardization of semiconductor devices - Part 1: General rules for the preparation of outline drawings of discrete devices

Abstract

Language: EN IEC 60191-1:2018(E) gives guidelines on the preparation of outline drawings of discrete devices, including discrete surface-mounted semiconductor devices with lead count less than 8. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) the Scope has been extended to include surface-mounted semiconductor devices with a lead count less than 8; b) a definition of the term "stand-off" has been added; c) the methods for locating the datum have been extended to be suitable for SMD-packages; d) the visual identification of terminal position one for automatic handling has been clarified; e) the rules for the drawing of terminals have been clarified; f) Table A.1 has been completed with symbols specifically for SMD-packages; g) Annex B "Standardization philosophy" has been deleted; h) a normative Annex with special rules for SMD-packages has been added; i) the examples of semiconductor device drawings have been aligned to state-of-the-art packages including SMD-packages.  

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Language: EN
Edition
3.0
Date of issue
23.01.2018
TC 47/SC 47D
ICS Codes
31.080.01
Publication number
60191
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