Step By Step GuidLine
Projects begin with understanding your detailed engineering and business requirements. This may be pre-defined or generated in discussions with Hadiban Electronic team.
Design Proposal (Outline)
The first step involves formally documenting the client’s requirements, encompassing their application, required electronic and mechanical specifications alongside relevant environmental and power aspects. These are formalised into our initial Design Proposal for client acceptability sign off and thus achieve mutual agreement of expectation at this earlier stage.
Design Proposal (Costs/Time-scales)
Once the specification is mutually approved, by harnessing our range of skills and experience we are able to provide you with accurate and realistic proposals for the complete design process at this early stage: Based on a detailed project plan, this will define our understanding of your requirements, estimate project costs and clarify the time-scales involved.
Once given the green light, your first deliverable is our detailed project plan, showing time-scales of each sub-phase of the project. The project plan is reviewed internally weekly and re-issued to the client should any change have occured. Time-scales can fluctuate mid-project, shortened by more expedient than anticipated client approval, or lengthened by a mid-project change; time-scale impacts presented through our ECR (engineering change request) system and, assuming approval, reflected dynamically within the project plan.
Once agreed, we then design the board to the Design Specification, employing techniques to meet with client type approvals such as EMC emissions, temperature range, vibration, and circuit protection. Completed schematics are then sent for approval before moving to the board layout stage.