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LTPD – Lot tolerance percent defective

Lot Tolerance Percent Defective is a specific high defect reading that would be objectionable to the customer requirements. The percent defective has a lower probability, (about 5% to 10%), of getting passed through quality inspections with the sampling plan.

Some believe that all lots reading better than lot tolerance percent defective should be accepted and all lots reading worse than lot tolerance percent defective should be rejected. However, this may not be necessarily true.

Also see LASP, (Lot Acceptance Sampling Plan), Systematic Sampling, RQL, (Rejectable Quality Level), Proportion Defective, and AQL, (Acceptable Quality Level)

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