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What Industry Standards does Automotive PCB Need to Meet

2024/05/24 18:49:02

Automotive PCB must be designed and manufactured to adhere to a series of strict industry standards and specifications to ensure their reliability, safety and performance in automotive electronic systems. Here are some common industry standards that automotive PCB need to meet:




1. IPC Standard

Association Connecting Electronic Industries (IPC) is an international standardization organization responsible for related fields in the electronics industry. The organization has developed a series of normative standards such as IPC-A-600 (Printed Circuit Board Acceptance Standard) and IPC-6012 (Printed Circuit Board Manufacturing Standard) to provide guidance for the design, manufacturing and assembly of printed circuit boards. These standards cover every aspect from raw material selection to final product acceptance.



The IPC-6012 standard clearly stipulates PCB materials, circuit layout, hole size, and pad quality. The shipping standards of PCB factories are usually divided into IPC Level 1, IPC Level 2 and IPC Level 3. Among them, IPC Level 3 is the highest standard, followed by IPC Level 2 and IPC Level 1. Based on actual application requirements, manufacturers can flexibly select appropriate grade standards.



2. ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 Standards

ISO 9001: As the global benchmark for quality management, ISO 9001 focuses on an organization's quality management system, requiring manufacturers to ensure that products and services meet customer requirements and to continuously improve their quality management systems. In the automotive PCB manufacturing process, following ISO 9001 can help manufacturers establish effective quality management processes and improve product quality and customer satisfaction.



ISO 14001: The automotive industry is increasingly emphasizing on environmental sustainability, and ISO 14001 provides organizations with a framework for environmental management. The standard requires organizations to identify and control impacts on the environment and to commit to continuous environmental improvement. In the automotive PCB manufacturing process, following ISO 14001 can help manufacturers reduce environmental pollution and resource waste and improve sustainability.



3. TS 16949 Standard

TS 16949 is a quality management system standard specific to the automotive industry, which further supplements and refines the special requirements of the automotive manufacturing industry based on ISO 9001. The standard emphasizes the management and quality control of the automotive supply chain and aims to improve the quality level and product consistency of automotive components manufacturers.



TS 16949 requires manufacturers to establish strict quality management systems and work with suppliers to ensure that all raw materials and components meet strict quality standards. This is especially important for automotive PCB manufacturers, as their products directly impact the performance and safety of the car.



HoYoGo is an international, professional and reliable PCB manufacturer, with high level automation and dedicated automotive production lines, and our automotive PCB accounts for 45%. Our production strictly follows a high-quality system, and certified with ISO9001, ISO14001, ISO13485 and TS16949 certifications. All products strictly follow the acceptance standards of IPC-A-600-H and IPC-6012. If you have related PCB needs, welcome to send us an inquiry.

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