Certifications & standards
TI is involved in a number of initiatives to improve semiconductor quality and reliability, including the development and advancement of industry standards and participation in a range of industry symposia.
In addition, TI and its sites around the world have achieved a number of industry certifications to underscore the company’s commitment to delivering high quality and reliability to customers.
Below find answers to questions about TI’s certifications status on ISO 9001, ISO 14001, IATF 16949 and also Underwriters Laboratories (UL) rating information.
Does TI have a documented Quality Management System such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and IATF 16949?
TI has been International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certified for Quality Management System (ISO 9001) and Environmental Management System (ISO 14001) since 1996 and has maintained compliance to the ISO requirements since that time.
TI is also IATF 16949 certified. IATF 16949 is an international quality system standard specifically formulated for the global automotive industry.
For more please see TI’s certifications information.
Does TI use molding compounds that are compliant to the UL94 flammability rating standard?
Plastic encapsulating materials used in TI semiconductor products meet the requirements of UL 94 flame classification V-0 unless stated otherwise on the product datasheet.
Does TI maintain a green certification with Sony?
Sony requires its suppliers to renew their Sony Green Partner certification every two years. Each manufacturing site must be certified.
Where can I find TI’s green certification with Canon?
The Canon green certification can be found here.
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