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Life-Cycle Forecasts For Intelligent Electronic Component Selection

Life-Cycle Forecasts For Intelligent Electronic Component Selection

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As a component and/or design engineer responsible for accelerated production schedules, you find yourself facing building pressure to mitigate risk by keeping up-to-date on crucial component life cycle data.
As a component and/or design engineer responsible for accelerated production schedules, you find yourself facing building pressure to mitigate risk by keeping up-to-date on crucial component life cycle data.

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Life-Cycle Forecasts for Intelligent Component Selection
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A Technical Support Document from PartMiner WorldWide, Inc.

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Contents
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Summary CAPS Easy- To-Read Risk Factors TIAIEIA Standard 724 - Product Life Cycle Data Model Product Life Cycle Stages & Associated Risks Risk Factor 0 to 1 - Introduction Stage Risk Factor 1 to 2 - Growth Stage Risk Factor 2 to 3 - Maturity Stage Risk Factor 3 to 4 - Saturation Stage Risk Factor 4 to 5 - Decline Stage Risk Factor 5 to 6 - Phase-Out Stage The CAPS Life Cycle Forecast Window Zone of Obsolescence Predicted Life Cycle - Stage Predicted Life Cycle - Risk Factor CAPS Products for Your EOL / Life Cycle Data Needs About PartMiner WorldWide, Inc.

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Summary
As a component or design engineer responsible for accelerated production schedules, you find yourself facing building pressure to mitigate risk by keeping up-to-date on crucial component life cycle data. However, given the increasing component lines you manage and monitor, you have very little time to identify the individual parts that bring risk into your productivity. In addition to any time you lose tracking component end-of-life (EOL)information, not having access to reliable and timely information is a further barrier to effective component life cycle monitoring. PartMiner® Computer Assisted Product Selection (CAPSTM) ata and services can d help you meet your challenges head-on. Armed with timely and accurate EOLdata, you are empowered to make intelligent decisions for effective component selection. This document provides high-level information on the complex technology that CAPSdelivers to you in its simple, easy-to-use interface.

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CAPS Easy- To-Read Risk Factors
Using any of PartMiner's CAPSproducts, you are easily able to gain insight into the life cycle stage of your components. After importing and processing your bill of material (BOM) data into one of the PartMiner CAPStools, items on your BOM are assigned a numeric risk factor. Each number corresponds to the relative end-of-life risk at which your part stands. See the blue-boxed section in Figure 1. Figure 1 - After importing and processing BOM data, CAPS provides crucial EOL
data for your parts. You may display your BOM's data in CAPS tools, or export data to commonly accepted media such Microsoft Excel (shown here).

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TIAIEIA Standard 724 - Product Life Cycle Data Model
PartMiner's Life Cycle Forecast uses the Product Life Cycle Data Model defined in TIAIEIA Standard 7242. This standard defines the Product Life Cycle curve model used by the electronics industry to standardize the terms and definitions used to describe the life cycle status of a product. The curve itself (a "bell curve") is a normal Gaussian distribution, representing the sales of the product over time. The numeric risk factor assigned to each part in a PartMiner CAPS BOM ranges from 0 to 6. This number equates to the six life cycle stages depicted in the curve below.

Figure 2 - PartMiner's life cycle forecast curve.

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Formerly EIA 724 available at www.ecaus.org,

now available as TIAIEIA 724 at www.tiaonline.org

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