In electronic components, STATIC means static electricity.
Static electricity is a charge accumulation phenomenon caused by the uneven surface charge of an object.
Static electricity is a very dangerous element for electronic components.
Electronic components are by design very sensitive and can be damaged if exposed to static electricity.
In particular, preventing static electricity is very important for high-density electronic parts such as semiconductor devices and communication equipment.
To avoid static electricity, you need a way to avoid static electricity when handling electronic components.
To do this, use anti-static equipment and anti-static techniques.
For example, antistatic equipment includes antistatic mats, antistatic sleeves, and antistatic shoes.
In addition, anti-static technologies include ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) prevention circuits and ESD prevention elements.
Antistatic plays an important role in protecting electronic components.
Therefore, be aware of static electricity when handling electronic components, and use appropriate anti-static equipment and techniques to handle them safely.
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