General Qualification and Production Acceptance Criteria for Integrated Circuits in Automotive Applications, Recommended Practice
|Publication Date:||1 October 1988|
1. Scope - This document establishes the general environmental, mechanical and quality requirements pertaining to IC's. It also describes the qualification and production acceptance procedures performed by the supplier.
It is to be used as a guideline which device buyers can apply wholly or in part as appropriate for their needs and applications.
This document is essentially part number independent. The detail specification particular to a device part number will be given separately, containing all detailed electrical and mechanical parameters.
1.1 Purpose - The overall purpose of this document is to provide a common document (procedure) to specify automotive integrated circuits that will improve supplier-user interface relationships with resulting benefits such as:
•Reduced development time
This SAE Recommended Practice is intended as a guide toward standard practice and is subject to change to keep pace with experience and technical advances. The Electronics Reliability Subcommittee solicits comments to further enhance the usefulness of this document. Comments received will be reviewed and the document revised when appropriate (annually if required).
Comments should be address to: SAE Electronics Reliability Standards Committee, c/o, Troy, Michigan
Users are encouraged to compare their existing specifications with this document to determine whether their requirements are covered. In those cases where the requirements are different, they can be addressed in the user's purchase document.