The design of a new piece of equipment is comprised of a number of basic steps that are sequential or run in parallel with the technical terms of reference, providing an optimal solution in terms of the requirements being sought at the time that the terms of reference are being defined.
First, a connection diagram is created. This diagram makes use of components that fulfil the minimum requirements of the terms of reference or, better yet, have a certain reserve for any future expansion.
According to the specific requirements of each application is chosen a corresponding microsequencer. We modify the choice to the kind of application to achieve the best results both with regard to functionality and with regard to the price-to-performance ratio.
Once the elementary solution is approved, a printed circuit board (PCB) is designed. The printed circuit design is conformed to the requirements of the technical terms of reference, the positioning of the connection points, the size requirements of the equipment, the parts used, the planned production technology, the anticipated number of pieces to be manufactured, the materials used to manufacture the PCB, and so on.