complete electronics design
and production services.
Definition and Management
An important part of engineering precision electronic systems is the task of project management. The Ovoo engineering project management process helps ensure that customers get the designs that they require, in a cost-effective and timely manner.
Ovoo provides product marketing research, feasibility studies, and proof of concept documentation. The most efficient way to affect new product development is in the product specification at the very beginning of the project.
Ovoo engineers maintain extensive, up-to-date knowledge of the regulations, standards, and certifications that apply to devices that are designed for a wide array of operating specifications and environments.
Project schematics are produced in Protel® 99SE or Altium Designer® and include all parts information integral to the schematic. We use the schematics to generate the BOM and Netlist.
& Software Development
Our software standards are a combination of our internal standards, customer standards.
We custom design digital logic using field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). Our designs are developed with either schematic editors or hardware languages such as VERILOG™ or VHDL.
At Ovoo, our PCB layout standards are a combination of our own internal standards, any applicable customer standards, and IPC standards.
Our mechanical engineers and designers custom-design enclosures and mounting arrangements for the electronics that we develop. They also do the assembly drawings for the production process.
We perform design reviews to verify the specifications, schematics, PC board layout, and test results. Customers are welcome to attend design reviews and may request additional reviews if desired.
Ovoo normally buys parts for each project during the design process in order to verify that the Bill of Materials is completely correct and that all parts, prices, and delivery times are acceptable.
Ovoo builds prototypes for most new designs. Printed circuit board (PCB) prototypes are preferred for most designs, because they are inexpensive, and they considerably speed up the design process.
Depending upon the application, Ovoo tests electronics at temperatures as low as -50° C and as high as 200° C, along with severe shock and vibration testing.