PD IEC/PAS 63015:2016 - Definition of “Low-Halogen” for electronic products

PD IEC/PAS 63015:2016

Definition of “Low-Halogen” for electronic products

Status : Current   Published : August 2016



IEC PAS 63015:2016(E) provides terms and definitions for "low-halogen" electronic products that have the potential to contain the halogens bromine (Br) and chlorine (Cl) from the use of BFRs, CFRs, and PVC, and recommends methods for marking and labeling. This standard may be applied to all nonmetallic and nonceramic materials within electronic products. It establishes the maximum concentration level for the halogens bromine (Br) and chlorine (Cl) from the use of BFRs, CFRs, and PVC. While the halogen group contains fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine, and astatine, this document will use the term "low-halogen" to refer only to bromine and chlorine. Refer to Annex C for further explanation for exclusion of astatine, iodine and fluorine.

Standard NumberPD IEC/PAS 63015:2016
TitleDefinition of “Low-Halogen” for electronic products
Publication Date31 August 2016
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)JPCA–ES–01, ISO 11469:2000, IEC 62321:2008, IEC 61249-2, JESD88, IPC-4101, IPC/JEDEC J-STD-609, IPC-T-50, EN 14582:2007, ISO 1043-4:1998
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEC 61249-2-21, IEC 61189-2, IPC-TM-650 TM 2.3.41, IPC/WP/TR-584A, IEC 61249-2-22, IEC 61249-2-26, IEC 61249-2-23, MC-001
International RelationshipsIEC PAS 63015:2016
DescriptorsQuality assurance, Printed-circuit bases, Packaging, Printed circuits, Sheet materials, Vertical, Fire tests, Reinforced materials, Metal coatings, Flammability, Fire retardants, Printed-circuit boards, Electrical properties of materials, Thickness, Marking, Coated materials, Laminates, Epoxides, Combustion test methods, Copper, Specification (approval)
ISBN978 0 580 91373 0
File Size1.921 MB

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