I know the chip is "COMPLIANT TO JEDEC STANDARDS MO-275-CCCE-1 WITH EXCEPTION TO PACKAGE HEIGHT" (copy/pasted from the ADuCM350 datasheet) however is the package IPC compliant?
I have spoken to another packaging engineer, who looked into the Altium Wizard. His comments were that this wizard generates IPC compliant PCB design, based on the dimensions of the component. As such, the IPC compliance does not apply to the component, only to the PCB. As such, he is of the opinion that the part can be used with the calculator. He did also comment that this might fall down if you are referring to the IPC HV rules that define conductor spacings for high voltage.
I hope this answers your question.
By IPC compliant, do you mean lead free? I can confirm that the part is lead free and is RoHS compliant (as per the datasheet). I will have to consult with the packaging engineers to confirm IPC compliance and they will be out of the office until next week.
Thank you. I am asking because I want to use IPC Complaint Footprint Wizard on Altium to make the footprint. Please let me know when you hear back from the packaging engineers.
The packaging engineer is not familiar with the IPC criteria. He has asked if I can provide him a copy of the relevant spec and identify the relevant criteria and associated limits. With this information, he can review the package drawing to advise on compliance.
Thank you very much for your help.
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