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Understanding Electrical Design Requirements for SEMI S2 Evaluations

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1365 Adams Court

Menlo Park, CA 94025

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It's time for another PSES presentation. Bring your friends and colleagues!

Presentation by Steve Baldwin

Understanding Electrical Design Requirements for SEMI S2 Evaluations


ABSTRACT

Over the past two decades, SEMI™ has published over 25 different versions of SEMI S2, the Safety Guideline for Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment. SEMI S2’s inaugural publication was completed in 1991 when a core group of safety personnel representing end-users and equipment manufacturers developed a document to harmonize safety requirements among end-users. The goal was to create a common set of requirements that would eliminate the need for manufacturers to meet the “Intel Spec” and the “IBM Spec” and the “Motorola Spec” and the “AMD Spec,” etc.

Join us for this very interesting session that will discuss the latest version of SEMI S2 that involves electrical safety. Topics will include: Uninterruptible Power Supplies, Branch Circuit & Supplementary Protection, Wiring & Connections, EMO Interface, Grounding, Leakage Current, AIC & SCCR and Mains Equipment Disconnects.


ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Steve Baldwin is currently the Global Engineering Lead for the Semiconductor Division of Intertek. Previously, he was the Vice President of Lewis Bass International and held the role of the Corporate Product Safety Engineer at Lam Research and Agilent. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Washington State University and is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of California.

His industry leadership involvement includes being a Principle Representative on Code Making Panel 13 of the National Electrical Code, past SCV Chair for the IEEE Product Safety Engineering Society, member of the US National Committee Council to the IEC and founder and Chair of the US task force that developed ISO/IEC 17050 and the US industry working group on Laboratory accreditation. He was also the Chair of the US Information Technology Industry Council’s Technical Regulations Committee.

If you will attend this session, you should expect to have a fantastic experience that includes a stimulating program, networking with colleagues and great food!

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6:00-7:00PM Networking and Dinner
7:00-8:30PM Presentation and Tour of Facility


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