IONISATION IN ELECTRONICS PRODUCTION
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A complete static control programme must deal with:
isolated conductors insulative materials that cannot be grounded.
When each of these are process essential, and cannot be replaced with an ESD safe alternatives, we must use Ionisation to protect from ESD damage.
That might sound simple, but it can be difficult to determine when Ionisers should be used. Even once that has been determined, with the variety of models and technologies on the market, which type of ioniser should you chose?
Watch back our On-Demand Webinar as we dig deeper into this subject:
0:00 Intro and Overview
03:58 Understanding Ionisation
06:04 Types of Ionisation
06:31 Types of Ionisation – AC 08:47 Types of Ionisation – Steady State DC 11:23 Types of Ionisation – Pulse DC
12:49 Question Time
13:22 Can Ionisation be used instead of grounding the work surface and the operator? 14:47 What is the difference between Offset Voltage and Balance? 15:50 I have a plastic jig on my ESD workbench, which Ioniser would be best suited for my needs, AC, DC or Pulse DC?
18:05 Product and Applications
28:00 Question Time
29:03 How do I go about working out where in our facility we need ionisers? 32:48 I use an air gun ioniser all day and I find it aches my hand, do you have an alternative solution? 34:32 How often should you test ionisers?
36:38 Industry Requirements for Ionisation per IEC 61340-5-1
Process necessary insulators and Isolated Conductors 37:41 Decay time and Offset voltage requirements 39:30 Test Equipment – Charge Plate Analyser, Ionisation Test Kit and Monitoring 42:30: How to determine and measure whether you require ionisation per IEC 61340-5-1 section 184.108.40.206 – Insulators and Isolated Conductors
47:00 Question Time
Can you continuously monitor ionisers? How do you know if ionisers are working? Do you have an ioniser that the employee can’t turn off? 48:34 Which is the best type of ioniser to use in my SMT line? 49:42 Who is the local dealer/distributor in our area? 49:54 Do you have an ioniser that can be activated by a relay?
51:48 Contact Details and Resources
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