Some bring the option of vacuum suction to extract Tin, and others include a system to extract harmful welding smoke, to avoid health problems. Computer as tool of service as technology moves so fast, the computer has become a necessity in our lives. Get information and electronic parts is easier for us as technicians, via the Internet. There are a number growing from companies that provide information, and web – sites personal in Spanish to help us in the work of finding information to repair our equipment. Among them is our Web techniciansfriend.com and many others.
In addition, we have a computer, because many modern computers require adjustments by means of them. For example, video cameras, projection televisions and other modern products, need a program made by the manufacturing, and an interface to connect your computer to be able to make adjustments. Other manufacturers offer service in PDF format manuals, which lowers the cost of the printed service manuals, and we need the computer to view or print them.On the other hand, there are computer in Spanish programs, created exclusively to effectively handle our service center. For example, the SCS program created by planetabinario.com, which is the official program used by Sony in Puerto Rico service centres, allows you to among other things: keep exact track of teams arriving to your shop to be repaired. Print tickets service, estimates, and invoices.
Detail parts used in the repair. Keep track of your inventory. Servicing equipment in warranty on parts and/or work. Generate endless reports using a system called Report Wizard keep track of parts and products sold. Send nardas electronically to parent companies. (Sony, Aiwa, etc.) Allow customers to see the status of their computers online. Using bar codes to save time and money. Best of all, is that you can download the program free from. The computer has also become a helper for our common tools. For example, existing interfaces that turn your computer into an oscilloscope, what comes out cheaper than having to buy one, and you takes up less space on your artboard. There are also, multimeters that are connected via serial or USB, where you can download data to the computer, to be analyzed. Without a doubt, the computer is, and will remain, one of the many tools needed to facilitate our work. In a next installment, I will talk about them several electronic test equipment that have come on the market recently, which could be extremely useful to expedite the repair time. Until next time!