IPC 610 Rev G CIS (Spanish) - Alajuela Costa Rica - REGISTRATION CLOSED
Wednesday August 4, 2021 through Friday August 6, 2021
IPC 610 CIS 3-day theory course concentrating on inspection criteria for assembled PCB's.
Deadline for registration for this class is Friday, July 23, 2021
Circuit Technology, Inc
Bes Park, Zona Franca Bes
Alajuela, San Jose
Please contact us to arrange for payment. Payment is due in advance of the commencement of the class. 844-900-2884 or email@example.com
Class hours are 8am to 5pm daily, with an hour for lunch.
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IPC 610 CIS: Certified IPC Specialist
Workmanship Standards and inspection criterion for assembled PCB’s. The IPC 610 Certified IPC Specialist (CIS) training course will provide the students with the industry approved inspection criteria for all the assemblies commonly encountered in an electronic assembly environment. This training course has been updated to the G revision. With the modularized format, classes can be customized to cover the specific areas that your manufacturing facility uses. The E revision has the added criteria for the lead free and BGA soldering inspection criteria, as well as updated information on bare board inspection criteria. Numerous lead free solder joint pictures have been added to quickly familiarize the student with new look of the lead free solder joint. The IPC-A-610, “Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies” is the most widely used specification published by the IPC for the electronics manufacturing industry. There have been extensive and significant changes to the IPC A-610 with the launch of the G revision. Many of the criteria have also changed, along with the addition of “lead-free’ solder criteria. The IPC-A-610G Certified IPC Specialist (CIS) Course for initial certification now has 9 different Modules Upon successful completion with a score of 70% or better, the student will receive an IPC “Application Specialist (CIS)” Operator Certificate. Successfully pass Modules 1 & 2 with an average score of 70% or better Successfully pass Modules 3-9 with an average score of 70% or better *Note: the IPC-A-610 Curriculum does not include any hands-on soldering.