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CTA-706

Component Marking Standard

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Organization: CTA
Publication Date: 1 June 1997
Status: inactive
Page Count: 25
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This standard describes the requirements for using formatted two dimensional machine readable symbols for the marking of electronic components of first level assemblies.

Note: This standard is not intended to address product marking applications. (See EIA PN 3497)

Note: Marking of reels, tubes, and trays containing components is subject to Product Package marking. (See EIA 624)

Purpose

The purpose of this standard is to establish a common structure for encoding data to be marked on electronic components to facilitate automation. This standard provides a means for components to be marked and read in a fixtured environment at any manufacturer's facility and be read by customers purchasing components for subsequent manufacturing operations. Intended applications include, but are not limited to:

• component traceability

• component tracking

• automated manufacturing process control

• logistics

• inventory management

• robotic assembly

• configuration management

• automated inspection and quality control

• CAD engineering and automated revision control

• anti-counterfeiting systems

• automated testing

Document History

November 1, 2004
Component Marking Standard
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706
June 1, 1997
Electronic Industries Association - Component Marking Standard
This standard describes the requirements for using formatted two dimensional machine readable symbols for the marking of electronic components of first level assemblies. Note: This standard is not...
706
June 1, 1997
Electronic Industries Association - Component Marking Standard
This standard describes the requirements for using formatted two dimensional machine readable symbols for the marking of electronic components of first level assemblies. Note: This standard is not...
CTA-706
June 1, 1997
Component Marking Standard
This standard describes the requirements for using formatted two dimensional machine readable symbols for the marking of electronic components of first level assemblies. Note: This standard is not...

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