Dear Valued Supplier,
Welcome to the supplier information portal for Interlink Electronics. The goal of this page is to improve supplier communication, streamline delivery of supplier data, and provide you a resource for who to contact when you have a question. With less time spent on seeking information and requirements, there is more time to allocate toward using that information to improve the quality and delivery of your products.
Let's work together to make this an even stronger partnership.
SQS2002 is invoked as a contractual requirement on all Interlink Electronic purchase orders. Suppliers of products and services to Interlink Electronics must abide by the requirements of SQS2002, which includes a complete list of all Interlink Electronics Q-Clauses as shown on supplier purchase orders.
Suppliers who require Interlink Electronics approval for product or process changes shall submit a detailed description of such change request using the current revision of the PCN Form.
Additional Supplier Quality Reference Information
PPAP Requirements: Some purchase orders will reference automotive PPAP requirements. To assist suppliers with compliance, Interlink has adopted common, internationally available, automotive standards on the Production Part Approval Process which are published in multiple languages by the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG). The PPAP Manual, generally accepted within the Automotive industry and by Interlink Electronics can be obtained from AIAG by visiting their website http://www.aiag.org
IMDS Requirements: When required by Interlink Electronics, suppliers shall submit a material data sheet via the International Material Data System (IMDS) website. Please use ID#106255, the Interlink Electronics IMDS site identification code, when submitting your MDS. The IMDS website http://www.mdsystem.com contains submission requirements, information, training, and registration information, in multiple languages. Suppliers who have never used IMDS before should begin by reviewing the "Public Pages" on the IMDS website, or contact one of the global IMDS service centers listed HERE.
Electronics Requirements Some purchase orders and/or product drawings will reference electronics quality and workmanship requirements. To assist suppliers with compliance, Interlink has adopted common, internationally available, electronics standards published in multiple languages by "IPC". IPC standards can be obtained by visiting their website http://www.ipc.org
Conflict Mineral Requirements: All suppliers to Interlink Electronics are required to comply with Conflict Mineral Requirements. Conflict minerals include Tin, Tungsten, Tantalum and Gold that originate from the Democratic Republic of Congo and nine adjoining countries as defined in section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Legislative Act of the United States Congress.
Supplier Contact Information
Have a Question? To avoid delays and quality disruptions, Interlink Electronics welcomes suppliers to seek clarification if a requirement is not fully understood. Please submit an information request by clicking HERE.