Entries in the IMDS (International Material Data System)

Entries in the IMDS (International Material Data System) can only be done by our suppliers directly
– Digi-Key Electronics has no account for this data base –
In principle this transfer can only be implemented directly from our manufacturers with all their confidential process data for the actually named 35 Automotive final customers like e.g. Aston Martin, BMW (incl. Mini & Rolls-Royce, Case and New Holland (CNH incl. Steyr & Magirus), Daimler (incl. AMG, Maybach, Mercedes-Benz & Smart), Fiat-Chrysler (incl. Dodge, Jeep, Alfa Romeo, Ferrari & Maserati), Ford (incl. Lincoln), Geely (incl. BYD, Chery, Lotus & Volvo), General Motors (incl. Chevrolet), Honda (incl. Acura), Hyundai and KIA, Isuzu, Karma, MAN, Mazda, Nissan (incl. Infinity), Renault (incl. Dacia), Paccar (incl. DAF, Peterbilt, Kenworth), PSA (Citroën, DS, Opel, Peugeot and Vauxhall), Scania, Ssangyong, Suzuki, TATA (incl. Jaguar Land Rover), Toyota (incl. Daihatsu, Lexus & Subaru), Vinfast, Volkswagen (Audi, Bentley, Bugatti, Ducati, Lamborghini, Porsche, Seat, Škoda, VW) and Yamaha following the standardized PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) with all qualification details for these OEM’s.

Distributors cannot enter any of the requested data.

Depending on the different TECHNOLOGIES our TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS MANAGER’s may provide additional support, e.g. Krista Alby for Automotive Electronics Council Qualified (AECQ) Inductors.