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Career Objective: To achieve a respectable position in the power electronics field, through utilizing the academic and the professional skills. To attain this I would like to work in a innovative and participative working environment.

Educational Qualification:

B.Sc. in Electronics from Bharatiyar University


Project Grade:

Post Diploma in Power Electronics from NTTF Training Institute.


Project Grade:

Professional Experiences:

Currently working for American Power Conversion (APC) - A Schneider Electric Company Pvt. Ltd.

Tenure 1: October 2011 to December 2011

Main Project: “Charger current too low failure in Tomcat model”

Target of the Project: To ensure the failure of the TOMCAT reduced to 11% from current rate of 40%.

My role: Test Engineer in Plant 5

Major Role: To monitor the failures in the PCB level testing and to provide suitable actions

Tenure 2: May 2012 to July 2012

Main Project: “Automation of In-circuit Test program up-gradation”

Target of the Project: To ensure that each of the test system has the latest program and tester

My role: Senior Test Engineer in Plant 5

Major Role:

  • To take care of the testing materials for a given production line
  • To support the testing needs of the Indian manufacturing group
  • To ensure the safety measures
  • To conduct meeting with Cross-functional team and doing analysis of the breakdowns
  • To identify the defects in the process flow and to ensure 100% NPF
  • To up-grade the test equipments and conduct regular preventive maintenance
  • To provide training to the test engineers and to develop work instruction manuals for the test engineers

Tenure 3: August 2012 to October 2012

Main Project: “Programming failure reduction in Cheetha Model ”

Target of the Project: To ensure that not a single non-programmed board should go to UPS build line after conformal coating.

My role: Senior Test Engineer in Plant 5

Major Role:

  • To take care of the testing equipments
  • To ensure the safety precautions within the working areas and its adjacent areas
  • To conduct meeting with my team on the OEE and FTY issues
  • To implement test specifications in ATE using Lab View, C, C++
  • To develop prototype of new test equipments
  • To conduct training for the teat engineers and to develop training documents
  • To assist the engineers to develop hardware and the software
  • To test the engineering documentation
  • To develop safety awareness within the employees

Software Skills:

  • In-depth knowledge of Microsoft Office package (Word, Excel, Poewr point and Access)
  • Schneider Professional drawing program
  • Knowledge of Lab View, C and C++

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  • Date of Birth:
  • Nationality:
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Career Episode -1

Duration: October 2011 to December 2011

Name of the Company: APC

Designation: Test Engineer


C.E.1 : This project covers the period October, 2011 to Dececember,2011. I handled this project at American Power Conversion (APC) (where I am working)-A Schneider Electric Company (I) Pvt.Ltd,IDF5,#187/3¼/3 Jigani,Bangalore-562106,Karnataka,India.


My designation during this project was Test Engineer.

The project was -   ” Charger Current Too low Failure in Tomcat model”


C.E.1.1 : The nature of the engineering project was to ensure that the failure target of TOMCAT ( UPS System) was kept at 11% as against the existing failure rate of 40%. The features of the TOMCAT ups system are:

  • 15-20kVA, Double conversion UPS
  • UPS can be configured as 3:3, 3:1 or 1:1 for single feed or dual feed.
  • In Bypass Mode, Inverter can work as PFC to keep charger and logic power supply functional incase PFC is unable to operate
  • Unit can be turned-on without batteries.
  • Smart Battery Management, through CAN communication between UPS and Battery Packs

C.E.1.2: The objective of the project was to ensure and keep the failure target of TOMCAT at 11% as against an existing failure rate of 40%. The other objective was to bring out much efficient performance of the product through minimizing the TOMCAT failure.

C.E.1.3: The nature of my particular work area was to closely monitor all the failures in the PCB level testing and provide corrective action. As a team member of DPU reduction team, I collected all failure rates related to this product in PCB functional test.




In the above chart I am working in plant 5 as a Senior Test Engineer

C.E.1.5: My duties and responsibilities are as follows:

C.E.1.5A: As a member of test engineering team, I am responsible to take care of test relates equipment like In Circuit Testers (i.e Teradyne ICT machines), PCB Functional test jigs and test fixtures for UPS Testing.

C.E.1.5B: Responsible to ensure safety measures in work place and supporting to health and safety department to implement safety feature in testing area. Identifying risks and giving mitigation for identified risks.

C.E.1.5C: Schedule meeting in weekly basis with my team to discuss OEE (Overall Equipment efficiency), and FTY (First through Yield) and plan tasks for forthcoming week.

C.E.1.5D: Responsible to Implement test specifications in ATE using Lab View / C, C++             software.

C.E.1.5E: Constructs prototype of new test equipment and work with construction test team to debug of high volume production test hardware and software.

C.E.1.5F: Modifies existing test hardware and software to support new products and validate new designed test jigs.

C.E.1.5G: Conduct training session to test group on new test setup and preparing work instruction to operate.

C.E.1.5H: Assists design engineers in the development of hardware and software to meet detailed test specifications and works with design engineering to correct design related problems.

C.E.1.5I: Drafts and reviews test engineering documentation to ensure accuracy.

C.E.1.5J: Completes all fixture release procedures, including documentation, checklist, and specifications.

C.E.1.5K: Test and evaluate new and alternate sourcing of instruments and spare parts.

C.E.1.5 L: To conduct safety training and awareness to test jig users periodically.

C.E.1.5 M: Ensure all preventive maintenance and checks for instrument calibration   dues.


C.E.1.6A: How you applied your engineering knowledge & skills:

  1. In my POST Diploma in Power Electronics ( NTTF Training Center,)second semester I have learned Microcontroller 8086.This helped me to understand the functionally and the response of the programming IC
  2. In my POST Diploma in Power Electronics ( NTTF Training Center,)second semester I have learned PIC microcontroller .This helps me to understand the functionality of the RTC µC
  3. In My B.Sc. Electronics which I have completed from Bharatiyar University I have Learned Microcontroller 8085 which helps me in understanding the functionality of RTC µC

C.E.1.6B: Tasks delegated to me & how I accomplished them

The test process that was followed was to do the ICT test then programming and then send the board for conformal coating. After doing the conformal coating the boards will be send to the final build line for assembling to ups. The assembled ups will be undergoing final test if the RTC board is not programmed it will fail in the start up. We were not doing any verification for the board whether it is programmed correctly and there is no Quasar entry for this board (Quasar is database for checking the pass or fail of board with the board serial number). Operator in a tracking sheet tracked this where some time the operator fails to update and it was human depended. As per the procedure is concern, there is a switch that the operator needs to select in the RTC board for doing programming. Sometimes if the operator forgets to select the switch in the right-position and it will program wrongly.


To overcome this failure I have made an automated test setup to perform the programming verification before sending to the conformal coating. I have designed a BON (bed of nails) which can be interfaced with Functional tester. The bon consist of a controller unit which is used in the UPS .In the ups the Rtc board will be connected to a main controller. As per the main controller instruction, it is performing the function. My idea is to simulate the same this by powering up the controller .The controller will be interfaced with a computer that is loaded lab view program. The communication with the controller and the computer will be mode bus communication. Through mode bus communication, the computer is checking the hex data present in the address lines whether it is programmed or not.

For the following test steps of functional test it is necessary to put the RTC1 PCBA under full operation, this means that serial communication with Application PCBA µC via CMX1 PCBA has to be established to read out values of RTC1 PCBA and to check all functionality of PVO1 µC.

For that reason, it is necessary to connect the RTC1 PCBA via S400 connector and via a CMX1 PCBA to an AIC electronic control block (application - , display - , terminal - , HHP_I1 - and HHP_MC1 - PCBA). In addition, test equipment (e.g. a LABVIEW tester) with modbus communication function (or PC with “MBU-PARAM” software tool) has to be connected to the electronic control block to exchange data with RTC1 µC via application PCBA software interface.

Following software has to be used on AIC electronic control block (inside fixture):

Application PCBA:              

1   (XCAPP_iX1.1IE06#1.mot)

HHP_MC1 PCBA:              


RTC1: (device under test):     (XCRTC1_X1.1IE02#1.hex)

This step is only necessary, to check at beginning whether the content of the EEPROM and software version of AIC controlblock (parts of fixture) are O.K.

First power up to build up the configuration for modbus communication

-Apply +24V &mn;0,2V DC at HHP_I1 PCBA from P24M1 (X4-2,4,9) to 0VM (X4-1,3,8)

-Apply +5V &mn;0,1V DC at HHP_MC1 PCBA from P5F (X1-18,24,38) to 0VF (X1-20,32,36)

-Apply +15V &mn;0,1V DC at HHP_MC1 PCBA from P7F (X1-12) to 0VF (X1-20,32,36)

Next is modbus diaog setup by start the labview modbus communication tool. modbus address “248” since this value is always accepted.

-Read object MODE until this object become “OK”; timeout = 1min

-Write 0x0002 to object PARA to enable parameter access via modbus

- Write 0x23FF to object SVCD to enable RTC1 test parameters

RS422 communication RTC1-APP:

First power up to build up the configuration for modbus communication

-Apply +24V &mn;0,2V DC at HHP_I1 PCBA from P24M1 (X4-2,4,9) to 0VM (X4-1,3,8)

-Apply +5V &mn;0,1V DC at HHP_MC1 PCBA from P5F (X1-18,24,38) to 0VF (X1-20,32,36)

-Apply +15V &mn;0,1V DC at HHP_MC1 PCBA from P7F (X1-12) to 0VF (X1-20,32,36)

Next is modbus diaog setup by start the labview modbus communication tool. modbus address “248” since this value is always accepted.

-Read object MODE until this object become “OK”; timeout = 1min

-Write 0x0002 to object PARA to enable parameter access via modbus

- Write 0x23FF to object SVCD to enable RTC1 test parameters

-Wait 5sec. after Modbus communication has been established

- Read object RTST to verify if RS422 connection between application and RTC1 PCBA is working; timeout = 10s.The response should be 0x0001

-Read RTC1 software version

-Check self test Results

Read object RTER to verify if selftest results after power up are O.K.; timeout = 10s

The response should be 0x0001

Read RTC1 software version

Read object RTST to verify if RS422 connection between application and RTC1 PCBA is working; timeout = 10s

Power off

Switch OFF all power supplies from above “Power ON” test step (24V, 5V, 15V)

After this the test is completed the serial number of the board will be send to Quasar

Any particular difficulties/problems you encountered and how you solved them

First I have planned a manual test setup to verifying the RTC boards .With a pc and jig verify the board and then send the serial number manually to the Quasar (serial number tracking database). Then I found that it is not a full proof system and there is a chance of operator to skip the test. The I discussed with the lab view engineer to develop a lab view program .After confirmation I have made BON which can be interface with the fixture then with the help of lab view program the quasar entry will be automated and the problem is solved.


My view of the overall project is that all the objectives of the project were met i.e. Programming failure reduction in Cheetha Model.

The project met is its goal i.e. (a)After impimenthin the programming verification test I have noticed zero failure in the ups build line (b) No board are moving to scrap because the failure able to monitor before conformal coating itself (c) saving the cost of 37872$ per annum.


I was fully involved in the project and I have received appreciation certificate from management for cost saving of USD 37872 per annum. I was able to apply my knowledge and work skills to deliver the requirements of the project. I was able to apply design techniques, and function independently and as a team. provides guaranteed satisfaction with a commitment to complete the work within time. Combined with our meticulous work ethics and extensive domain experience, is the ideal partner for all your homework/assignment needs. We pledge to provide 24*7 support to dissolve all your academic doubts. We are composed of 3000+ esteemed experts who have been empanelled after extensive research and quality check. provides undivided attention to each assignment order with a methodical approach to solution. Our network span is not restricted to US, UK and Australia rather extends to countries like Singapore, Canada and UAE. Our assignment help services include thesis help, case study help, homework help, coursework help, MBA help and Programming help. Get your work done at the best price in industry.

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