Revision H (released September 2020): English, Chinese, Chinese (Zhöngwén), German, Danish, French, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Thai, and Vietnamese.
Revision G (released October 2017): English, Arabic, Chinese, Chinese (Zhöngwén), Czech, Danish, Dutch, German, Estonian, French, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Thai, and Vietnamese.
How It Works: After purchasing an IPC-A-610 electronic standard equipped with digital rights management (DRM), students will receive a link to download the standard directly from IPC. This process nominally takes 24-48 hours to occur. The electronic standard is for 1 individual license/user, but there is the ability to transfer the license between a single user’s computer at a later time if the IPC DRM Helpdesk is contacted. This ability would allow students to have full flexibility in changing from a personal computer to a company computer, or vice versa, if the situation arises. For more details regarding DRM, please visit the IPC DRM FAQs.