is a big part of project execution and installation. Many projects require a Factory Acceptance Test before going on site. This testing period involves How to the specified design has been properly implemented in the software. Input are simulated to test the operation of the software. also software documents have kept up to date these same documents and that documents can be used to verify the operations of the software.
Factory Acceptance Test (FAT)
Ø Clients can “touch
and feel” the equipment while in operational mode before sending it.
Ø The manufacturer
can provide some initial customer training, which gives operations personnel
more confidence when using the machinery for the first time in real
Ø The key people of
the project from both sides are together, which makes it the ideal time to
review the list of materials, analyze the necessary and recommended parts (for
the start-up and the first year of operation) and review the procedures for
maintenance and equipment limitations.
Ø The comprehensive
FAT documentation can be used as a template for the Validated installation /
installation installation qualification part.
Ø Based on the
results of the FAT, both parties can create a list of additional elements that
must be addressed before shipment
The Site Acceptance Test(SAT) is performed after all system have been tested and Verified. Before this final stage, the complete system must be tested and commissioned.
Step Of Commissioning is usually to verify all of the physical input and output to the each of theA copy of
point list means input and output list can be generated with a column for checking off the points as they are verified. One of the issue is the sense of discrete inputs: are they Normally Open or Normally Closed type. This is thing that can differ between the original design and the field implemented system. The programmer can then make whatever changes are required and again markup the document.
One final step in many SCADA projects is the SAT. This is usually a continuous operation or run of the complete system for a period of 1–2 weeks without any major problems. if some problem is occur The parties must again meet to discuss how to handle the situation and decide if the current operation is correct or if a change is required.