IC-SP-06027 R1
6-2. Antistatic measures
Containers and jigs for transporting ICs should be designed not to get charged under vibration or other
impact during transportation. One effective measure is to use a conductive container or aluminum foil.
Ground all work benches, machines and devices, meters, and other units that may get in contact with the
ICs.
While handling an IC, ground your body with a high resistor (about 100kΩ to 1MΩ) to prevent breakdown
due to static electricity that has charged your body and/or clothes.
Do not produce any friction with other polymer compounds.
To move any printed circuit board or other component equipped with an IC, make sure that no vibration or
friction occurs and short-circuit the pins to keep the potential at the same level.
Exercise control so that the humidity does not go too low.
Take enough care in handling to prevent the breakdown of ICs due to static electricity.
7. Quality
7-1. Quality tests
Table 7-1 shows the main quality tests performed by our company.
Table 7-1
No.
1
2
3
4
5
Test item
High temperature operation
Motor rotation continuousness operation
High temperature storage
Low temperature storage
Temperature cycle
Test conditions
VCC=VCCop, VS=Vsop, Tj=135
o
C, t=1000h
VCC=VCCop, VS=Vsop, Tj=135
o
C, t=1000h
Ta= 150
o
C, t=1000h
Ta= -40
o
C, t=1000h
-65
o
C to room temperature, 150
o
C,
100cycles (30min, 5min, 30min)
-
30
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