The final solution was tested to ensure that Ethanol could not leak the container and get combined with Oxygen to generate a flame. Its fire tolerance was 1:30 hours meaning that it could endure being 1:30 hours in direct touch with fire without any threat of temperature increase in its inside to a hazardous level. Also, its thermal insulation could guarantee its safe transportation during a 6 hours trip to a new location.
The final prototype met all the expectations. It had a good effective range and was capable of range-finding with the requested accuracy of 0.08%.
The final design was finished, prototyped and successfully tested within 5 months. Based on the customer’s request, the size of the board was 75mm x 46mm, and a mini PV panel was placed in front of the panel. For is power a 3.7V battery was used with a boost converter, providing required voltages for different parts of the board.
The final prototype was successfully made and tested. As was expected, it could be used for dimming light loads from LED to incandescent up to 500w from 0 to 100%. It could be controlled or scheduled by an app or manual control push on push off or push and hold to dim up or down. The use was also able to group lights, set timers, etc. with the app.
The product could also be used to control other devices remotely like a 2-way non-wired control, or a dimming fan base up to 500w, etc.
The project took about 9 months to get successfully finished and delivered to the client. The main challenge was to make sure that the cooking pattern was what the client had requested; therefore, it was actually tested by the client before the final prototype was made.
For making the final design, it took about three months to design, make the prototype, write the firmware and test it. The final product was according to the given requirements.
The design took about 16 months to get designed, prototyped and successfully tested.
Some of the main features of the final product included the followings:
The PCB size requirement was met according to the given size with an even less thickness of 4mm that made its enclosing into the scissor’s handle easier.
The power management was done by using a battery management IC and within the firmware so that during the normal operation of the system, the power usage would be minimum.
The final design took about 6 months to get completed. Due to some changes in the original request, the firmware took most of the work time to meet all the given requirements. The final design was locally tested at the client’s location and was satisfying for him.
The final prototype took about 6 months to get completed and was submitted to the client to be used in the main design. The final design also included different modulation options. The modulation subsystem combined the output from the three frequency generators and output the final output from the PCB. This subsystem could support these programming features:
• Modulate only Frequency Gen1
• Modulate only Frequency Gen2
• Modulate only Audio Gen
• Modulate only Frequency Gen1 + Frequency Gen2
• Modulate only Frequency Gen1 + Audio Gen
• Modulate only Frequency Gen1 + Frequency Gen2 + Audio Gen