PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT 
ELECTRONICS

 

  • The electronic product development process involves a number of steps before the final product can be brought to the market. The first stage in the product development process is creating a preliminary design from information provided by the customer. Parties interested in developing a concept into a manufacturable product may have sketches, notes and drawings that will be shared with our project engineering staff. On the other hand, this stage may begin with a verbal discussion between the customer and the engineering team that will be designing and developing the electronic product. Once the engineering team has gathered sufficient data, the product development process can begin.

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    Designs are reviewed periodically with the customer for approval to continue the process. Finally, hardware and software design is completed and the final product design is released for manufacturing including complete technical documentation such as bills of materials for procurement and drawings for fabrication, assembly and testing of the finished product. 
  • Troubleshooting in the Electronic Product Development Process
    An important stage in the product development process for electronic products is identifying any potential problems. This is undertaken before the circuit board and mechanical design is completed by the engineering staff. Potential problems with the mechanical, electrical design, or the materials are identified through technical reviews, before documentation is complete and the production process begins. This can ultimately save companies time and substantial amounts of money when bringing a new electronic product to market.
    "...This can ultimately save companies time and substantial amounts of money when bringing a new electronic product to market.."
    After the troubleshooting stage of development, a prototype can be developed for testing, after which the electronic product can be put into mass production.
    Steps in New Product Development Leading up to Production
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    Project engineers can provide a number of services in the development process for new electronic products. In addition to collaborating on the initial design, they can also work on the electrical design and produce circuit board prototypes. These can be used in the complete prototypes of an invention so that it can undergo additional testing.
    Once the final design has been agreed upon, production companies can be employed to manufacture large volumes of the new invention..Once the final design has been agreed upon, production companies can be employed to manufacture large volumes of the new invention.."
  • If the product is designed for internal use, a short run may be all that is required. Products that are being distributed to other businesses or customers can be manufactured affordably in long runs. With the supervision of project engineers, quality control can be assured.
     
  • Electronic Prototype
    The development of electronic prototypes can save companies large amounts of money--and, more importantly, time--when they are creating innovative business solutions. There are a number of steps involved in the development of new products and services, including idea development, concept screening, cost-benefit analysis, beta testing, and final production. Problems at any of these points need to be resolved before moving to the next stage. If a company fails to do so and a problem occurs late in the development process, there will be difficulty pinpointing the cause. Fabricating an electronic prototype of an innovative solution may take time, but will reduce the chance of problems being present in the final version.
  • Testing Electronics Designs Prior to Manufacturing
    During the development of new electronics products, the designs are tested on multiple occasions. The first critical review of the design takes place after the electronics plans have been developed. Based on the schematic, project engineers can examine the proposed layout, as well as the materials that will be used.
    "...Based on the schematic, project engineers can examine the proposed layout, as well as the materials that will be used.."
    After any potential problems have been resolved, prototypes can be developed based on the electronics design. These prototypes can be tested prior to beginning large manufacturing runs or preparing documentation for the final users. This systematic process can be used for a range of electronics designs, from telecommunication hardware (including wireless ethernet devices) to signal interface converters, as well as other components that make use of printed circuit boards.
  • Employing Product Development Services

    Project engineering teams are well suited for different aspects of product development. The engineer taking the lead on the project can work in conjunction with the clients and the rest of the engineering team to determine the materials that will be needed, the amount of time necessary to complete the project, and the cost. After formulating designs with CAD tools, the designs can be evaluated critically before equipment is used for prototyping. At this stage, the team may identify potential problems with circuit designs that can be corrected prior to prototyping. They can then use their equipment to manufacture prototypes for use in additional tests. Depending on the production volume, the same company may be employed or the designs can be given to a company specializing in manufacturing.

  • Rack Assemblies
    Our extensive designing and engineering experience is not only limited to electronic products, but is evident in our development of rack assemblies as well. We understand that without the right enclosure system, the products inside will never function optimally. A rack assembly needs to be designed and engineered according to exact specifications, incorporating efficient utilization of space, while also allowing for easy heat dissipation and air flow. Additionally, the controls and displays of the product must be easily accessible. It is only a combination of these features that will allow a product to reach its maximum life-span.
    We design rack assemblies in steel, metal and plastic, and have the proficiency to create wholly customized rack assemblies, as well as assemblies conforming to industry-specific, standardized size specifications. This section of our site offers more details, but if you'd like further 
  • Reverse Engineering
    Reverse engineering can be used by businesses and organizations for many reasons. One of the most common reasons clients engage in reverse engineering is to create technical documentation. Should components in a complex system fail, it will be necessary for companies or government agencies to replace the individual components. If documentation is not available, they may encounter difficulty in the development of a replacement part. If the documentation was not provided by the engineering team at the time of development, reverse engineering can be used to develop it.
  • Use Reverse Engineering to Ensure Compatibility
    Another way reverse engineering can be used is to fabricate new components and parts that are compatible with the rest of a system. Part of this work can be performed using CAD systems to create digital representations. Through reverse engineering, businesses can ensure that new products they are considering developing will fit into the available space and work with other components.
    As technology changes, organizations may also be able to improve upon the products they use. Rather than beginning a new product development venture from scratch, they can use reverse engineering as a starting point. After having a complete understanding of the product design, they can examine the materials that are employed and the way in which they are arranged to determine if a more cost-efficient solution is available.
    "...After having a complete understanding of the product design, they can examine the materials that are employed and the way in which they are arranged to determine if a more cost-efficient solution is available.."
  • PCB Design

    The design of a customized printed circuit board (PCB) is essential for most electronics products, ranging from small consumer electronics to sophisticated components for computer systems. Based on the design of the product in which PCB will be used, project engineers can work in consultation with their clients to ensure that the design meets constraints that are in place regarding costs and materials. After drafting a design of the PCB electronically, engineers will need to develop prototypes in order to test it. 
  • Manufacture Prototypes of PCB Designs

    There are a number of ways the PCB can be manufactured after it is designed. In most cases, a layer of copper is bonded with the substrate material. In order to create the paths indicated on the circuit board schematics, the intended paths are protected before the excess copper is removed. Some PCB designs are manufactured by adding copper traces. When the PCB design calls for traces on both sides of the circuit board, the process of creating the traces can be performed on each side of the board in succession.
    With the prototype in hand, engineers can ensure that the copper traces have been placed properly. When manufacturing larger production runs, this level of detail in testing may not be possible. Other techniques allow for more efficient testing of high volumes
  • PCB Layouts

    he production of many electronics products, such as the components in computer systems, require PCB engineering. The circuit boards connect different components of the device in which they are placed. While there are alternative types of circuits that can be developed, PCB engineering is typically the most affordable and efficient for large production runs. Given that fact, companies that need circuit boards to be designed for use in many systems or in products they are selling to end users can reduce their costs by using PCB engineering.
    Selecting PCB Engineering Service Providers
    When choosing a PCB engineering team, businesses and government organizations may consider searching for those that are able to perform much of the work involved in-house. Among the different stages are the design of the circuit board, manufacturing of the prototype, and design testing. Some service providers may only have the systems and expertise to complete specific aspects of the circuit board design process. Other engineering companies, however, may have the knowledge and tools necessary to work with clients from start to finish. This allows clients to streamline their communications, as they can work with a single company on their PCB engineering. This can reduce the frequency of errors that arise from miscommunication. These companies can also furnish their clients with comprehensive documentation if circuit boards need to be manufactured again.
    The engineering team at Technisys has more than 70 years of combined experience and has completed many circuit board design projects for use in a range of systems. To inquire about design, prototyping, and documentation services, the company can be reached by phone at (856) 848-9001 or by email.

    PCB Prototypes

    The development of PCB prototypes is an essential step in designing new electronics products. The circuit boards are responsible for relaying signals between different components in the finished product, making their proper functioning critical. By first developing and testing PCB prototypes based on the proposed designs, engineers can ensure that the components are working before they are integrated into a larger system. Should problems arise with the complete system, creating a PCB prototype will allow engineers to troubleshoot the problem faster.
    Stages in Designing PCB Prototypes
    There are a number of stages involved in developing electronics products, starting with a discussion between the project engineers and their clients to understand what they hope to achieve.
  • A proposed PCB layout can be developed based on the preliminary design of the product.
  • The layout of the PCB can be created in a CAD program, which can be used to automate production later on.
  • The engineering team can inspect the proposed layout before a prototype is fabricated and test it after development.
  • Once problems have been remedied, the layout can be used for production in the volume that is appropriate.
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    With over 200 electrical and optical electronic products developed since 2002, RAJ  can engineer a viable solution for your company.

    Whether new product development, reverse engineering for legacy products or electronic design for prototypes or new product manufacturing, RAJ  has the technical expertise to take your concept to final production. We are easy to work with and will provide a cost effective answer for your
  • A proposed PCB layout can be developed based on the preliminary design of the product.
  • The layout of the PCB can be created in a CAD program, which can be used to automate production later on.
  • The engineering team can inspect the proposed layout before a prototype is fabricated and test it after development.
  • Once problems have been remedied, the layout can be used for production in the volume that is appropriate.
  • Embedded System Design

    An embedded system is an electronic system designed for application-specific tasks. There is a broad range of embedded solutions, from those that feature only firmware (software allocated in non volatile memory) to applications that have evolved to have both firmware and software on the same platform, very close to a PC architecture but still with limited resource that make them suitable for more adequate end user requirements.An embedded system goes from basic micro controllers which are oriented to automation and basic calculation tasks. Micro controllers are meant to control peripherals such as low resolution LCDs, actuators, sensors and gov:� et�_B868ations may consider searching for those that are able to perform much of the work involved in-house. Among the different stages are the design of the circuit board, manufacturing of the prototype, and design testing. Some service providers may only have the systems and expertise to complete specific aspects of the circuit board design process. Other engineering companies, however, may have the knowledge and tools necessary to work with clients from start to finish. This allows clients to streamline their communications, as they can work with a single company on their PCB engineering. This can reduce the frequency of errors that arise from miscommunication. These companies can also furnish their clients with comprehensive documentation if circuit boards need to be manufactured again.

     

    When is an embedded solution appropriate?

    There are several scenarios when an embedded solution is a better solution. Titoma has extensive experience in analyzing each important factor on a new product’s development to offer you the best solution in terms of cost, size, performance, quality, adaptability, and scalability specific to your needs. The following are scenarios wherein an embedded solution may be more feasible instead of a PC architecture:
    Reducing products unit costWhen developing an embedded system, we remove features that are not required for the end solution, thus cutting down prices on components and required embedded systems programming.
    Optimizing the resources of a deviceCurrently, most embedded devices feature high power processors (over 600Mhz, up to 1.2-1.4GHz). By reducing the amount of unnecessary tasks, all the computing power can be focused on the main tasks and thus improving the performance of the final product.
    Reducing power consumptionFor specific tasks, battery life is an essential issue. Nowadays, most new product development comes in a wireless solution. By removing peripherals that are not essential to the core application, we can optimize the power consumption and create devices that would otherwise be impractical.
    Customizing peripherals and portsQuite often, new product development requires the usage of proprietary connectors, probes, and peripherals already designed by our customers. This kind of customization is quite simple for embedded solutions since Titoma will be designing and deploying an original PCB.
    Reducing size and weightBy removing non essential connectors and changing the dimensions of key components such as LCDs and batteries, we can optimize the size and weight of a final product so it fits market requirements.
    Intellectual property protectionOften our client's main concern is the integration of their existing software development to our hardware/firmware platforms. By using proprietary connection standards, original ports, and by altering the basic hardware, we can ensure that the information stored cannot be accessed by third parties or final users that might try to reverse engineer our client’s ideas.
  • What kinds of embedded systems can  RAJ  develop?

    When we require some level of logic in an electronic device, we need a programmed Micro Controller Unit. This device has only a set of instructions programmed once and for a specific application, such as calculators, mice, GPS devices, and others. It is essentially a CPU that controls peripherals, such as LCDs, small keyboards, LEDs, or buzzers. Think of small home appliances that don't require high processing power.At a certain point, the required level of computing may increase and functions need to be expanded. When several functions are required, we need both firmware and software. This kind of embedded system will be based on a micro processor instead of a micro controller, featuring on an Operative System (much like the one used on a PC with fewer features, size, and cost). These are used in applications such as MIDs, PDAs, and tablet PCs, which require a higher level of interaction with the user and the Graphic User Interface.
    eq5� d �_B868nd solution, thus cutting down prices on components and required embedded systems programming.

     

    Optimizing the resources of a deviceCurrently, most embedded devices feature high power processors (over 600Mhz, up to 1.2-1.4GHz). By reducing the amount of unnecessary tasks, all the computing power can be focused on the main tasks and thus improving the performance of the final product.
    Reducing power consumptionFor specific tasks, battery life is an essential issue. Nowadays, most new product development comes in a wireless solution. By removing peripherals that are not essential to the core application, we can optimize the power consumption and create devices that would otherwise be impractical.
    Customizing peripherals and portsQuite often, new product development requires the usage of proprietary connectors, probes, and peripherals already designed by our customers. This kind of customization is quite simple for embedded solutions since Titoma will be designing and deploying an original PCB.
    Reducing size and weightBy removing non essential connectors and changing the dimensions of key components such as LCDs and batteries, we can optimize the size and weight of a final product so it fits market requirements.
    Intellectual property protectionOften our client's main concern is the integration of their existing software development to our hardware/firmware platforms. By using proprietary connection
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  • standards, original ports, and by altering the basic hardware, we can ensure that the information stored cannot be accessed by third parties or final users that might try to reverse engineer our client’s ideas.
  • We are capable of developing a wide range of custom electronic products, with the all disciplines required for complete RAJ CONSULTANCY  product development of electronics. Some of the projects we have worked on include:

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     Touch Screen Panel PCB

    Portable Media Players (for aircrafts)

    Biometric Scanning Security Systems

     Environmental Controls

     Wireless Communication Portals

     GPS/Tracking Solutions

     Digital Photo Frames

    Customized Computer Peripherals

    Tablet PCs

    Instrumentation and Automation Solutions

    Mobile Internet Devices

     Charging Stations

    Home Automation (Domotics)

    Power Management

 

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