QUALIFIED PRODUCT LIST OF PRODUCTS QUALIFIED UNDER PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION MIL-PRF-38535 Integrated Circuits (Microcircuits) Manufacturing, General Specification for
This list has been prepared for use by or for the Government in the acquisition of products covered by the subject specification and such listing of a product is not intended to and does not connote endorsement of the product by the Department of Defense. This list is subject to change without notice; revision or amendment of this list will be issued as necessary. The listing of a product does not release the contractor from compliance with the specification requirements.
THE ACTIVITY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS QUALIFICATION DATASET is the DLA Land and Maritime - VQ, Columbus, OH 43218-3990.This QDS ONLY contains part numbers related to Standard Military Drawings qualified to MIL-PRF-38535. A complete listing of the qualified manufacturers and their process/material capabilities is available at http://www.dscc.dla.mil/programs/qmlqpl/QPLdetail.asp?QPL=38535If a manufacturer desires to have test data considered for qualification, he must be certified and perform all required qualification tests; the qualification sample must be produced under a valid authorization to test with DSCC certified materials and manufacturing techniques; and he must comply with the requirements specified in MIL-PRF-38535 prior to the start of any testing.
The listing of microcircuit manufacturing lines in the QML applies only to products produced in the plant(s)specified herein. Therefore, only those products that have been manufactured, assembled, and tested on the certified/qualified lines herein, can be supplied as qualified microcircuit QML devices.
Microcircuits manufactured, assembled, and tested in accordance with MIL-PRF-38535 shall bear the "QML" certification mark or the "Q" abbreviation. Products manufactured, assembled, and tested shall meet all the provisions of MIL-PRF-38535; and shall be manufactured on the DSCC certified lines as indicated herein. The information contained in this QML reflects the actual manufacturing lines, materials, and manufacturing construction techniques of the particular test sample(s). Any product represented as being compliant
shall be manufactured on the lines/flows using the material and manufacturing construction techniques listed herein, as is necessary to meet the requirements of the user. The user shall be responsible for determining if the QML listing is adequate to demonstrate capability for the intended application.
This Qualified Manufacturers List (QML) is available from the DSCC-VQ World Wide Web pages. The web pages are accessed at the address http://www.dscc.dla.mil/offices/sourcing_and_qualification/, and specifically:
a. http://www.dscc.dla.mil/programs/qmlqpl/QPLdetail.asp?QPL=38535: QML-38535 details including links to Adobe Acrobat PDF copies of the this revision and historical revisions.
b. http://www.dscc.dla.mil/programs/psearch/: QML/QPL Part Number Search Engine. This utility allows direct querying of qualified hybrid product information on the Web, with subsequent linking to manufacturer QML program status information (available separately at http://www.dscc.dla.mil/programs/psearch/Location.asp?mode=CompanyList&QMLQPLNUM=38535).
c. http://www.dscc.dla.mil/Programs/Smcr/: Standard Microcircuit Cross-Reference.
Transitional Certification is defined as an allowance granted to JAN MIL-M-38510 manufacturers and eligible M-level 883 compliant suppliers to transition their QPL, SMD and MIL-STD-883 compliant devices to the QML MIL-PRF-38535 program. This allowance is based on information provided by the JAN manufacturers that the included facilities and product have been and are meeting screening method 5004 and Quality Conformance Inspection method 5005. To be eligible for transitional certification, the JAN manufacturer must have submitted a plan for achieving full MIL-PRF-38535 QML within a specified period of time.
QML is a definition of a manufacturer's technology capabilities. This means that devices may be available under QML even though not listed. The user is encouraged to contact the manufacturer or DSCC to make arrangements for part availability under QML.
MIL-PRF-38535 contains provisions for test optimization for all listed processes and products including all device classes. Under these provisions, traditional military screens and inspections can be optimized if found to be non-value added through the manufacturers up front controls and monitors as well as design, wafer fabrication, assembly and test design areas. Optimization of these screens and inspections in no way adversely affects the devices military form, fit and function application, rather the device shall be considered more robust since these screens and inspection are no longer value added. Regardless of screening or QCI testing optimization, the manufacturer is still responsible to supply products capable of passing any screening