[Overview]The IPC-1752A Material Declaration Standard
Products that use electronic components are highly regulated by several governing bodies. To streamline reporting, the Association Connecting Electronics Industries (IPC) developed the IPC-1752A material declaration standard, which can be used to meet global reporting requirements for information on materials used in electronic products, including requirements for the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive and the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) Regulation.
What’s Included in This Overview?
This overview describes how electronics companies can leverage the IPC-1752A material declaration standard to streamline their reporting processes.
Key Insights Include:
- Information about the IPC-1752A material declaration standard.
- The benefits of using industry-standard templates for data collection.
- How IPC classifies material declarations.
- …And more!
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