JEITA package codes are uniformly given to our IC packages according to the JEITA standard "EIAJ ED-7303C. The construction of JEITA package code is explained below.
1. Construction of package code
Package Code is constructed by 6 items below, and maximum of 30 letters shall be specified.
|(1) Material code of package body (see Table 1)||1 letter shall be specified.|
|(2) Package specific feature code (see Table 2)||Maximum of 3 letters shall be specified. (Maximum of 3 features)|
|(3) Basic package name code (see Table 3)||3 letters shall be specified in principle (exception exists).|
|(4) Package terminal number code (see Table 4)||Maximum of 5 letters shall be specified.|
|(5) Package nominal dimension code (see Table 5)||Maximum of 11 letters shall be specified.|
|(6) Terminal in-line interval code (see Table 6)||4 letters shall be specified.|
(1) Material code of package body
According to Table 1, material code of package body shall be specified 1 letter.
|C||Ceramics||A package made of multi-layer ceramics|
|G||Ceramics||A glass-sealed ceramic package|
|M||Metal||A package made of metallic material|
|P||Plastics||A package made of plastics
For BGA and LGA,"p"denotes the package substrate made of PWB
|S||Sillcon||A package made of sillcon|
|T||Tape||A package made of tape
For BGA and LGA,"T"denotes the package substrate made of tape
(2) Package specific feature code
According to Table 2, Package specific feature code shall be specified by a maximum of 3 letters (maximum of 3 features).
|Order||Functional classification||Code||Meaning||Specific feature|
|1||Outline addition||H||Heat Sink||Heat sink|
|2||Seated height||L||Low profile||Maximum seated height, 1.20mm < L <= 1.70mm|
|T||Thin||Maximum seated height, 1.00mm < T <= 1.20mm|
|V||Very thin||Maximum seated height, 0.80mm < V <= 1.00mm|
|W||Very-Very thin||Maximum seated height, 0.65mm < W <= 0.80mm|
|U||Ultra thin||Maximum seated height, 0.50mm < U <= 0.65mm|
|X||Extremely thin||Maximum seated height, X <= 0.50mm|
|3||Terminal pitch or terminal position||S||Shrink||Shrink pitch of basic package(only used for SOP, DIP, ZIP, PGA)|
|F||Fine pitch||Terminal pitch is 0.8mm or less.(only used for BGA, LGA) Terminal pitch is 0.5mm or less. (only used for QFP)|
|I||Interstitial||Package with terminal other than grid array(only used for PGA, BGA, LGA)|
|4||Lead protection||B||Bumper||with bumper|
|G||Guard Ring||with Guard Ring|
(3) Basic package name code
According to Table 3, package name code shall be specified 3 letters in principle. To classify package form in Table 3, refer to EIAJ ED-7300.
As an exception, derivative package name TSOP(1),TSOP(2),DTP(1), and DTP(2) corresponding to basic package name code SOP and DTP shall be managed as basic package name code and allowed 7 or 6 letters. In this case, conventional TSOP(I) and TSOP(II) shall not be allowed to use for TSOP(1) and TSOP(2).
Furthermore, in this case of TSOP(1), TSOP(2), DTP(1) and DTP(2), if package code letters shall be over 30 letters, missing terminals code is omitted like the example below.
|Form||Code||Basic package name|
|A||QFP||Quad Flat Package|
|QFI||Quad Flat I-Leaded Package|
|QFJ||Quad Flat J-Leaded Package|
|QFF||Quad Flat F-Leaded Package|
|QFN||Quad Flat No Lead Package|
|B||SOP||Small Outline Package|
|SOI||Small Outline I-Leaded Package|
|SOJ||Small Outline J-Leaded Package|
|SOF||Small Outline F-Leaded Package|
|SON||Small Outline No Lead Package|
|DIP||Dual Inline Package|
|C||SIP||Single Inline Package|
|ZIP||Zigzag Inline Package|
|SVP||Surface Vertical Package|
|D||PGA||Pin Grid Array Package|
|LGA||Land Grid Array Package|
|BGA||Ball Grid Array Package|
|G||DTP||Dual Tape Carrier Package|
|QTP||Quad Tape Carrier Package|
(4) Package terminal number code
According to Table 4, Package terminal number code shall be specified maximum of 5 letters. In addition, terminal shall be a generic term for lead, pin, land, bump, ball and so on. Which formed for different connection method to outside.
For missing terminals in Table 4, 5 letters shall be accepted for 100 pins or less. For example,in the case of 28 terminals package with 2 terminals missing, giving a code of 28/26.
|28/26||28 (missing 2 terminals)|
(5) Code of package nominal dimension
Code of package nominal dimension is constructed by "package body width (mm)" × "package body length (mm)" and shall be specified maximum of 11 letters. When the figure below the decimal point is "x0" or"00", delete the "0" or "00" from the code.
(6) Terminal in-line interval code
According to Table 6, terminal in-line interval code shall be specified 4 letters. Inch size terminal in-line interval expressed in millimeters shall be written on round form. (see ISO-R370)
|Code||Terminal in-line interval|
2.Example of package code
Table 7 shows example of package code. () is allowed for exception, but not used for IEC proposal.