How to write a Detail Specification.
- Posted by Manuel Sánchez Ruiz
- On October 19, 2020
We have now learnt about the importance of Detail- Procurement specifications. However, we may still be lost on how to produce one, even if we know they must include electrical measurements and maximum ratings, mechanical requirements, testing flow, marking, range of components affected, derating information…
Some important inputs we need for developing a Detail Specification are as follows:
Now a proper template is selected, it‘s time to fill it with the particular mechanical and electrical characteristics of our component, including maximum ratings and operating conditions, package, dimensions, marking, materials, ordering guide, radiation sensitivity…and of course, testing. Regarding this, we can include them as deviations from the requirements of the Generic Specification or in the absence of a clear one fully define them (including methods, success criteria) on our Detail Specification, in accordance to our PA Plan.
As an example, here below, we can see the index for detail specification ESCC 3401/001, showing the requirements for ESCC Sub-D type connector:
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