1. Electrical/Instrumentation Requirements:
This test verifies that the electrical and instrumentation components of the product meet all required specifications, such as voltage, power consumption, and accuracy.
2. Mechanical Performance Tests:
This test verifies that the mechanical components of the product are functioning properly by their design requirements. It also checks for any potential sources of vibration or noise that may affect overall performance.
3. Environmental Tests:
This test verifies that the product will perform correctly in its intended operating environment, including temperature, humidity, dust, and other environmental conditions.
4. Safety Tests:
These tests assess compliance with safety standards and verify that all safety mechanisms are working properly to protect both personnel and the product.
5. Performance Tests:
This test verifies that the product is correctly performing its intended functions, as well as ensuring that it meets all design specifications.
6. Ease of Use/Usability Testing:
This test assesses how user-friendly the product is and ensures that any instructions or operating procedures are easy to understand and follow.
7. Quality Assurance Test:
This test verifies that all materials and components used in the manufacture of the product meet pre-defined specifications, as well as quality control standards such as ISO 9001 or other applicable regulations.
8. Reliability Testing:
This test tests the ability of the product to continuously operate without failure over an extended period.
9. Verification of Design Documentation:
This test verifies that all design documents and drawings correctly reflect the specifications listed in the FAT Checklist.
10. Final Operational Test:
Once all other tests have been completed, this test is run to ensure that the product is ready for delivery or production use.