|Item||Catalog ID # and Revision||Title||Specified By||QTY.||Approved Vendor List (AVL)|
|1.01||Part number||Case Top||List specification number||1||CM|
|1.02||Part number||Main Board||Number||CM|
|1.03||Part number||Board 2||Number||CM|
|1.04||Part number||Case Bottom||Number||Plastics Vendor|
|1.05||Part number||LCD||Number||LCD Vendor|
|1.06||Part number||LCD Holder||Number||Sheet Metal Vendor|
|1.07||Part number||Microprocessor||Number||Micro vendor|
|1.08||Part number||Button Assembly||Number||Rubber Vendor|
- Engineering Change Notices (ECNs) are required for changes to the design of a Product that affects form, fit or function. Changes to design documentation (piece part drawings, assembly drawings, inspection requirements, BOMs, AVLs, test requirements) shall be handled via this ECN Policy. ECNs, by their very nature, can provide challenges in capturing the true impact to several key areas of contract manufacturing. However, because of this impact, we must pay close attention to all costs (material, labor and lost opportunity) and follow a plan to capture, report and seek reimbursement from our customers for these costs.
- Therefore, the following guidelines will be utilized when accepting and reviewing ECNs from Customer:
- CM may originate change orders to institute process changes, assigning actions from the first article process, part substitutions, etc. This type of change is considered local and follows the same basic flow of the Customer-originated ECN.
- Negotiating cost and schedule impacts:
- Secured Facility
|Commercial General Liability||$1,000,000 per occurrence|