ESD (Electro-Static discharge) and ESD20.20 standard

ESD (Electro-Static discharge) means “electrostatic discharge”. ESD is a discipline formed in the middle of twentieth Century to study the generation, harm and electrostatic protection of static electricity. Therefore, the international custom used for electrostatic protection equipment collectively referred to as ESD, the Chinese name is electrostatic impedance device.

 

 

ESD20.20 standard

ANSI/ESD S20.20:2007 is an accredited certification project officially launched by the ESD Association (ESD Association) in 2000. The association is made up of manufacturers and operators of electronic components. The main members include IBM, MOTOROLA and other companies. The OEM factories or suppliers of these companies must be approved by ESD S20.20 certification. In order to obtain and maintain the qualification of OEM and supply products. Therefore, ESD20.20 can be considered as a buyer certification standard. For manufacturers of chips, electronic components, power supplies, converters, and display screens, ESD20.20 is similar to a mandatory certification standard to become a well-known brand supplier.