Design and Development
We will design, breadboard and build prototypes in order to verify
customer’s specifications and compliance with applicable standards and
regulations. Prototypes are also used to ensure that sound DFA, DFM and
DFT practices are met. Here you can find an example of Design Activities.
In some instances a lower level of customization is acceptable if that
reduces the cost and shortens time to market. We offer assistance in
selecting adequate solutions among units available on the market, their
qualification and integration in your product.
We have a team of experienced PCB designers ready to confront even
the most challenging problems. Starting with customer’s schematics and
parts lists we quickly design PCB layout to accommodate your electrical
and mechanical requirements. Before we send design for your approval it
is always checked by our engineers. We verify that clearances and
creepages are adequate, EMI is minimized and trace width sufficient for
anticipated current flow. We can even supply a limited quantity of Printed
Circuit Boards so you can start building your units without waste of time.
EMI/EMC and Safety Evaluations and Consulting
Today’s regulations set strict requirements for EMI/EMC performances.
Meeting safety requirements means not worrying about hazardous units,
risks of injuries and possible litigations. We can help you evaluate your
design and recommend improvements for full compliance with all
Prototype Building and Testing
If you need to build “one of a kind” and do not want to disturb regular
workflow in your organization or your resources are busy with other tasks,
we can help you build your prototypes quickly and efficiently. We require
minimum of documentation and support to quickly build and even do
preliminary testing of your prototype.
DFA/DFM/DFT – Design For Assembly/Manufacturing/Test:
From a concept to the final product release design is tailored to account for specific
manufacturing and test
practices. This minimizes time needed to build and test
a product and improves
throughput of a manufacturing facility.
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