Requirements can be configured at the customer ID, location and/or transaction level. These may include logistics and packaging requirements, bar code formatting requirements or specific test protocols or added value functions such as firmware flashing and or labeling requirements. Each transaction with a specific SOP requirement sends out a work instruction at the specific workflow interval. The clerk processing the transaction is then required to confirm that the SOP instruction has been completed, making sure that the order meets customer requirements.
Each transaction fits seamlessly within your workflow, ensuring minimal disruption within your supply chain when sourcing from the open market. This contributes to your bottom line and your average service level agreements (ASL) by making sure that you get the right product – without any unexpected surprises that require additional attention from you.
Our 18 years of exclusive focus on LCD products has allowed us to build best-in-class counterfeit avoidance measures that take the risk out of open market purchases. Our program starts with our knowledgeable staff that inspects, tests and integrates LCDs into final assemblies on a daily basis, giving them the requisite LCD expertise to be able to quickly evaluate panels against the manufacturer’s inbound inspection standard and spot anomalies and non-conformities.
All panel packaging is inspected for authenticity. Panels without full chain of custody go through a rigorous visual mechanical inspection (VMI). This includes label and mechanical validation against the manufacturer’s inbound inspection standard (IIS), as well as evaluation for signs of handling and usage. Panels are fully tested to the manufacturer’s inbound inspection standard, and EDID is validated against the manufacturer’s specification for uniformity.
Utilizing the latest test equipment and fixtures, Horizon offers a variety of robust LCD test options within its state-of-the-art test facilities in both its Lake Forest and Taipei locations. Horizon’s dedicated test technicians are well trained in panel test requirements, and all test procedures are documented within our QP, QMS and SOP systems.All panels go through a full visual mechanical inspection (VMI) and are tested according to the manufacturer’s inbound inspection standard (IIS) including;