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Labor cost = ( L ) = $20.0 * Maximum number of production team members. Rejection penalty = ( J ) = $3.0 x # of units rejected ** Excess stock = Max(Actual stock – Permissible stock, 0) 2 Complete forms are not shown here. Actual forms will be supplied to the QA Team on the exercise day. 978ab49af142d2d0b295ef14340c99b2a89cb7a0.doc 3 Item Permissible Stock Actual stock Excess stock** Excess stock penalty per unit ($) Total ($) Breadboards 5 1.50 Capacitors 5 0.30 LED (G, R) 5 0.20 Resistors 15 0.02 Buzzers 1 1.00 Total penalty for all excess stock ( S )
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Net Revenue: For each accepted unit of R and G, the margin (selling price minus material and other costs except labor costs) is $10. For D, it is $15. Net Revenue (without notional penalty) = [ 10 * R + 10 * G + 15 * D] - L Net Revenue (with notional penalty) = [ 10 * R + 10 * G + 15 * D] - L - S - J 978ab49af142d2d0b295ef14340c99b2a89cb7a0.doc 4
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Appendix Product schematics and component list . Note on L.E.D. (Light Emitting Diode) (Figure 1 a and b) Here two views on an L.E.D. are shown front view and top view. It is important that an L.E.D. is inserted with correct orientation (positive and negative). L.E.D. has two wires coming out of the base, the long wire is positive terminal and the short wire is the negative terminal. The ring at the base of the terminal is round on the positive side and flat on the negative side. Note on Resistors (Figure 2) Resistors are differentiated by the colored stripes. Value 220 is read as 220 Ohms. Value 1.0k is read as 1k Ohms or 1000 Ohms. While the resistors can look alike in physical shape, we will use resistors of different physical sizes to avoid confusion. The smallest one (in size) is 220 the medium size is 1.0k and the large one is 3.0k . If you use a new resistor, bend each resistor as close to the shape as possible as shown in Figure 2 . When you insert the resistor in the breadboard, keep one reasonably vertical; the other leg may be at an angle. You need to trim the wire at one end to match two ends for easy insertion. . Wire lengths are approximate. Splice both ends of each wire about 6 mm. On a single product unit, use same color for all wires . LEDs and buzzer have positive (+) and negative (-) terminals. Resistors and capacitors do not have positive / negative terminals. Important notes: Figures on the following pages are not to scale. Component wires are inserted in different hole. The locations are not drawn very precisely. Use the tables to determine locations of holes. For inserting components on the breadboard use numbering marked between J and Y columns on the breadboard. Ignore numbering between X and A columns. 978ab49af142d2d0b295ef14340c99b2a89cb7a0.doc 5 Figure 2 Flat Round + - Fig 1(a): Front view of an LED Fig 1(B): Top view of an LED
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Figure 3:  Partial assembly showing common components  Common parts to all products No. Item Specifications Comments 1 Breadboard assembly* LM555CN timer chip Chip inserted in E7-F7: E10-F10 2 Resistor 220 Insert ends in B8 - B9 3 Resistor 3.0K Insert ends in X8 - A8 4 Wire (22 gauge) 25 mm Insert ends in X5 – A7 5 Wire (22 gauge) 25 mm Insert ends in Y5 – J7 6 Wire (22 gauge) 45 mm
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