The individual at work develops the architectural design and compiles programs in programming languages such as Verilog, VHDL and loads the program into the FPGA.
The individual at work tests specified functions of every product being assembled on the production line.
The individual at work is responsible for testing the medical devices for pre-defined functional specifications, quality parameters and check them against the performance parameters of tha device.
The individual at work tests all the functions of the assembled product as per product specifications, either on sample or entire lot. Any defective product passed back on to the in-line repair team.
The individual at work tests all the specified functions of each television set assembled on the line. The individual returns any defective product or module to the in-line repair team.
The individual at work is responsible for testing the PCB assembly by using the ICT machine to check for short circuits, open circuits, missing components, incorrect components and incorrect placing of components – that is parts with limited or known variations.
The individual at work receives components, modules and parts shipped by suppliers to the manufacturing facility. Once the incoming material has been received, the individual checks the quantities and lots delivered and their specification against the order.
The individual at work is responsible for checking quality check on the components and modules procured from suppliers for production of hardware equipment. The individual performs physical and functional quality check processes on the components and modules and ensure QC passed components is used for hardware assembling.
The individual at work sets up and operates the injection moulding machine to cast products from thermoplastic materials
The individual at work shears the panels according to the desired size and thickness for all board types, and forms the inner layer of the panel by cutting, laminating, performing oxide coating and finally pressing the laminates together to form multi-layer boards.
The individual at work sample checks final PCB assembly for functional conformance as well as visually before they are packed and dispatched. The individual is responsible for ensuring total quality or IPC or ISO standards compliance during the assembly of PCBs.
The individual at work is responsible for installing medical devices, attending to problems making them functional.