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MAXLIT knows how important quality is to its customers and has implemented a tiered, multi-step approach to quality control that follows the production of its products from inception to completion. At MAXLIT every quality control officer is given ownership of individual production processes to ensure responsible management, Standard Operating Procedures are strictly adhered to. Our Quality control officers follow a quick response action plan for identifying and eradicating trouble hot spots, and key management level is notified of all quality/production issues. 

MAXLIT ensures that every single unit of its production goes through a series of quality control tests.

Electrical Test I (Physical): All the electrical components like Printed Circuit Boards (PCB), LED Drivers, Solar Charge Controllers and Electrical Connectors etc are physically inspected on the production line before they are assembled to make a final product.  The physical inspection at this stage includes checks for physical damages of the components, if any component does not meet the quality standards at this stage; it is either rectified, if possible, or is sent back to the store as “not usable”.

Electrical Test II (Functional): At this stage, the electrical components that passed the “Electrical Test I” are functionally tested by a set of advanced tools available with our assembly/quality department engineers. All the electrical components are individually tested for their functionality by plugging them to the power. For example, the LED Drivers are tested for the power output and power resistance. Such tests ensure that the components are individually functioning as required, this forms the foundation of a quality product.

Product Test I (Physical): This test is performed at the last leg of the assembly line. This test is conducted to ensure that the physical state of the product is as expected, like the wires and LEDs are soldered correctly, all screws are properly tightened, all fragile components of the product are intact and in acceptable condition, there are no physical damages like scratches and dents on the product etc. This ensures that the components is physically and cosmetically of high quality standard.

Product Test II (Functional):At this level, the products are finally powered up to ensure that all the components are functioning together as a final product. This test helps to identify at prima facie assembly defects.

Endurance Test: This is the last and the most rigorous and important test of all. At this stage every single product is powered up and monitored for a minimum of 12 hours. Any failures are sent back to the assembly line for rectification. Once the product passes this test, it is marked “OK” by the QC and finally sent out for packaging.