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ESD Materials & ESD Test Methods For Cleanroom Considerations

R. Vermillion
RMV Technologies, US

Keywords:
ESD materials, ESD test methods

Abstract:
ESD Materials & Packaging both inside and outside the ANSI/ESD S20.20-1999 ESD Protective Area (EPA) must follow a formal Materials Qualification Sequence per ANSI/ESD S541-2003 to insure product protection in the cleanroom. ESD design considerations for materials and packaging schemes are important for protecting ESD Sensitive Devices from Electrostatic Discharges, Charge Generation and Charge Device-Field Induced Model Hazards. Attendees will gain an understanding of proper ESD auditing and testing techniques required to resolve both ESA (electrostatic attraction) and ESD (electrostatic discharge) issues in the cleanroom. With interactive software, users will observe how charges and ESD events occur with materials in the shielding, conductive, static dissipative and insulative ranges, plus protective measures to employ.

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