内蒙古十一选五前三直遗漏:Materials Declaration Data Exchange Standards
内蒙古快三开奖号 www.mnxj.net IPC-175x family of standards establishes a standard reporting format for data exchange between supply chain participants. This series of standards is XML-schema based, which allows for more efficient and effective communication of data. Each standard in the series is explained below.
|IPC-1751A WAM 1
Generic Requirements for Declaration Process Management (with Amendment 1)
Latest revision: December 2012
|Provides basic supplier/requestor details for declarations.
|IPC-1752A WAM 1, 2 & 3
Materials Declaration Management Standard (with Amendments (with Amendments 1, 2 & 3)
Latest revision: March 2018
|Allows companies in the supply chain to share information on materials in products.
|IPC-1753 WAM 1
Laboratory Declaration Standard (with Amendment 1)
Latest revision: May 2018
|Facilitates the exchange of laboratory chemical analysis reports between supply chain members.
|IPC-1754 WAM 1 & 2
Materials Declaration Standard for Aerospace and Defense
Latest revision:? June 2018
|Facilitates the exchange of information on chemical substances that may be present in products, materials and processes.
Conflict Minerals Data Exchange Standard (with Amendments 1 and 2)
Latest revision: April 2017
|Allows companies in the supply chain to exchange information related to conflict minerals.
Declaration Requirements for Shipping, Pack, and Packing Materials
Latest revision: March 2012
|Allows companies in the supply chain to exchange information regarding the materials used to protect products during shipment between supply chain partners.
IPC-1751A WAM 1 Generic Requirements for Declaration Process Management
IPC-1751A WAM 1 provides the basic supplier/requestor details for declarations necessary between members of a supply chain relationship. This standard contains general information and is supplemented by sectional standards requiring more detailed information. This standard is mandatory as part of all other data exchange sectional standard declarations.
The latest version of the IPC 1751 standard and Schema can be downloaded by visiting //shop.ipc.org/1751ADF-English-D.
IPC-1751 WAM 1 Schema_Version 1.0
IPC-1752A WAM 1, 2 & 3 Materials Declaration Management Standard
IPC-1752A WAM 1, 2 & 3 is the materials declaration standard for companies in the supply chain to share information on materials in products. The standard is supported by an XML schema and a data model. This standard is available in the IPC Online Store at //shop.ipc.org/IPC-1752A-WAM1-2-3-English-D
The lists of substances, i.e. RoHS substance restrictions, REACH SVHC list, RoHS Exemptions, etc., are in informative appendices in order to improve the ease of updating the dynamic lists. These lists (in both XML and PDF format) can be found on the 2-18b Committee page under "Other Documents." The lists are updated twice a year following publication of an updated REACH SVHC Candidate List by ECHA.
Where is the PDF form?
IPC-1752A WAM 1, 2 & 3 relies on third party solution providers to develop tools compatible with the standard. The Adobe PDF form is out of date and no longer supported by IPC. Starting in 2014, IPC introduced an annual review process to determine a list of verified solution providers for the standard. Companies who receive this accolade have submitted sample files that have been verified to the current 1752A WAM 1, 2 & 3 requirements.
IPC-1752A WAM 1, 2 & 3 Schema_Version 1.0
Download the review process for the 2018 annual review of IPC 1752A solution providers.
Download an overview of how to verify if XML files comply with the IPC 1752A Standard
The list of 2018 verified IPC 1752A WAM 1, 2 & 3 solution providers, in alphabetical order, are in the table below.
Solution providers who would like to participate in next year’s review process should contact [email protected] by March 11, 2019. The deadline for submission is April 3, 2019.
IPC-1753 WAM 1 Laboratory Declaration Standard
The IPC-1753 WAM 1 Laboratory Declaration Standard facilitates the exchange of laboratory chemical analysis reports between supply chain members. This standard includes a standardized laboratory report format and method to exchange the information. The need for this standard comes from requests for companies to provide laboratory analytic data to show compliance with the RoHS Directive and other regulatory and customer requirements. This standard is available in the IPC Online Store at //shop.ipc.org/IPC-1753-W-Amendment-1-English-D.
IPC-1753A WAM 1 Schema_Version 1.0
The list of verified IPC 1753 solution providers, in alphabetical order, are in the table below.
IPC-1754 (Materials and Substances Declaration for Aerospace and Defense) is a new standard, published May 2018, that establishes the requirements for exchanging material and substance data for products between suppliers and their customers for Aerospace and Defense and other industries with deep supply chains and complex bills of materials.
This standard covers exchanging data on chemical substances (“Substances”) that may be present in materials and processes used in production, operations, maintenance, repair or overhaul/refurbishment of the supplied product or sub-product. This standard applies to business-to-business transactions. It is not intended to be used by the general public when making purchasing decisions.
The IPC-1754 standard supports a broad range of hazardous substance regulations (like EU REACH, China RoHS or USA TSCA) and obsolescence risk management by establishing rules for software providers, allowing them to track substances present in products and processes against a Declarable Substance List (DSL).
IPC-1754 enables industries and other authorities to specify their data sets for a declaration by a supplier to a customer requester.? This includes the declarable substance list, a query list, and optionally a use descriptor list established by the declaration Authority:?
- Declarable Substance List (DSL) – A list of all substances to be reported
- Query List (QL) – A product statement with a list of queries that are answered either “true”, “false” or “unknown” as the minimum content of the supplier declaration.
- Use Descriptor List (UDL) - The “use description” for substance, material and process intended to be a predefined list of descriptors to standardize the use data.?
Wide acceptance is anticipated for the IPC-1754 for exchanging material and substance data through global supply chains.? This will create significant efficiencies for business-to-business materials and substances declarations. This standard is available in the IPC Online Store at //shop.ipc.org/IPC-1754-English-D.
IPC-1754 Schema_Version 1.0
IPC-1755 Conflict Minerals Data Exchange Standard
IPC-1755 is a multi-industry standard for the exchange of information related to conflict minerals. The conflict minerals regulations will require publicly traded companies to report whether conflict minerals (tin, tantalum, gold, or tungsten) contained in their product are sourced from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
This standard is available in the IPC Online Store at //shop.ipc.org/IPC-1755-WAM1-2-English-D.
IPC-1755 Schema_Version 1.0
IPC-1758 Declaration Requirements for Ship, Pack, and Packing Materials
IPC-1758 allows for the exchange of information regarding the materials used to protect products during shipment between supply chain partners. This standard describes essential information exchange content with respect to packing, supplemented by regulation references for materials, marking, recycling information and recycled content that may be desired to complete the data package.
This standard is available in the IPC Online Store at //shop.ipc.org/1758-English-D.
IPC-1751 WAM 1 Schema_Version 1.0
Please email any questions about IPC’s family of data exchange standards to [email protected]