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JSC-66552, JOHNSON SPACE CENTER TECHNICAL STANDARD: ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE CONTROL (ESD) REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PROTECTION OF ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ASSEMBLIES (01-MAY-2013)

JSC-66552, JOHNSON SPACE CENTER TECHNICAL STANDARD: ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE CONTROL (ESD) REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PROTECTION OF ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ASSEMBLIES (01-MAY-2013)., This document defines the process, roles, responsibilities, and technical requirements for ESD control. Based on the requirements and guidelines found in this document, the responsible party for each facility or laboratory shall identify each ESD control work area. The responsible parties shall then develop an ESD Control Plan for each work area. This document provides guidance on how to comply with NASA Policy Directive 8730.5 (NPD-8730.5) that imposes ESD standard ANSI/ESD S20.20-2007. The purpose of this document is to establish the standards for an Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) control program designed to protect Electrostatic Discharge Sensitive (ESDS) components, subassemblies, and assemblies that are susceptible to ESD damage at voltage levels equal to or above 250 volts. For handling ultra-sensitive devices that can be damaged at voltage levels below 250 volts, Table 5-2 ESD Requirements for Workstations Handling ESD Sensitive Components, Class 1 and Table 6.1-1 ESD Certification and Periodic Inspection requirements become mandatory.

JSC-66552

    
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