Rear camera packaging requirements

By following best practices for rear camera packaging, you can ensure that cameras are received in the best possible condition to get the best value.

By re-using packaging material and reducing waste you can lower shipping costs and reduce the impact on the environment.

Preparing the camera for packaging

Illustration of iPhone rear camera part
Close-up image of a screw scratching the lens of an iPhone rear camera, with a cross indicating the recommendation to remove small screws before packaging

1. The camera module acts like a magnet, pulling in smalls screws or other metallic debris, which cause damage to the blue light coating, drastically reducing the value of the camera

Illustration of iPhone rear camera parts with removed screws for safe shipping
Illustration of iPhone rear camera individual part with removed screws for safe shipping

2. By carefully using a magnetized screw driver from a slight distance, the technician can effectively remove debris to protect the camera lens and coating.

Packaging rear cameras

Illustration of two hands: one placing an iPhone rear camera part inside a pink antistatic bag (correct), and the other placing it directly into a box (incorrect, crossed out)

3, Do not place cameras directly in the box or large bag, as they will become damaged during transport. Instead place cameras in an ESD safe mini bag.

Place the cameras you want to ship in individual ESD bags to prevent the cameras from scraping up against each other.

Illustration of iPhone rear camera parts packaged in antistatic bags, each enclosed in a larger bag for double protection during shipping

4. Continue until you have a total of 10 LCDs (5 LCDs on each side). It’s not recommended to wrap more than 10 LCD’s due to a higher possibility of being damaged while in transit.

Illustration of a cardboard box covered with bubble wrap for extra protection during shipping

5. Place a layer of thin filler inside the box, making sure to cover the sides.

Illustration of a box fully filled and well-conditioned, containing multiple antistatic bags, each with individual iPhone rear camera parts packed securely for safe transit.

6. Place stacks of Rear Cameras.

Illustration of a box fully filled and well-conditioned, containing multiple LCD screens packed securely for safe transit.

7. If necessary, add a few layers of filler on top to fill the box.

Illustration of a packing list being placed inside a box of LCD screens for tracking purposes.

8. Place your packing list inside.

Illustration of a box being tested for movement to ensure secure packaging.

9. Before sealing the box, gently shake the carton to check that nothing is moving. If you notice something moves, add filler.

10. Close the cover and secure with tape. Write the BuyBack Authorization Form (BBAF) number on the front of the package.

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