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DOD-STD-1686

1980 Edition, May 2, 1980

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ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE CONTROL PROGRAM FOR PROTECTION OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC PARTS, ASSEMBLIES AND EQUIPMENT (EXCLUDING ELECTRICALLY INITIATED EXPLOSIVE DEVICES)



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Superseded By: MIL-STD-1686

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This standard covers the requirements for an Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) control program for electrical and electronic parts, assemblies, and equipment containing these parts, excluding electrically-initiated explosive devices. Parts as used herein applies to electrical and electronic parts. Assemblies as used herein applies to subassemblies and all higher assemblies up to but not including the equipment level. Parts, assemblies and equipment are collectively referred to herein as items. This standard covers ESD sensitive (ESDS) items, design criteria, protected work areas, handling procedures, training, marking of documentation and hardware, intra-plant protective covering, packaging for delivery, installations, quality assurance provision, audits and reviews. For the purposes of this standard, only items sensitive to 4,000 volts or less are considered. DOD-HDBK-263, however, identifies parts sensitive to ESD voltage levels between 4,000 and 15,000 volts.

Purpose. The purpose of this standard is to minimize the impact of ESD on equipment reliability and life cycle cost. This standard may be tailored for various types of acquisitions and allows implementation options to users to effect a cost effective ESD control program.