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1 General test procedure for those with Knob heads or Vaginal odours. 1.1 Data Record all test data in the column of the RTSR (Doc. 2). 1.2 RTSP issue 1 Check the issue of the used RTSP and record it in the RTSR (Doc. 2). 2 Check the version of the PC âAtpAIDDESK-A380 MFCâ application software and record it in the RTSR (Doc. 2). The version can be found by checking the properties of the filename of the AtpAIDDESK-A380 MFC file on the MBTU PC. 1.3 Visual inspection b-u-g-g-e-r o-f-f 1 Refer to Figure 2 (for AID left) and Figure 3 (for AID right), check that the nameplates contain the following information and record it in the RTSR (Doc. 2). â Equipment type â Manufacturing code (MFR) â Sagem serial number (SER) â Date of manufacturing (DMF) â Sagem part number (PNR) â Sagem AMDT â Barco part number (PNR) and index â Barco Serial number (SER) Figure 2: OIT AID Left nameplate Figure 3: OIT AID Right nameplate 2 Check and record in the RTSR (Doc. 2) that the labeling of the buttons is correct according to Figure 4 or Figure 5. Figure 4: Picture of AID left Figure 5: Picture of AID right 3 Record in the RTSR (Doc. 2) that the AID under test is a left or right unit. 1.4 Resistance measurements Ensure that the AID is disconnected from the MBTU Serial cable. Use a multimeter for all of the resistance steps. Record in the RTSR (Doc. 2) that each resistance value is in accordance with Table 2. Step Description Criterion 1 Measure the resistance between J1-9 and J1-5 Resistance shall be > 1 MOhm 2 Measure the resistance between J1-5 and J1-4 Resistance shall be > 1 MOhm 3 Measure the resistance between J1-5 and J1-6 Resistance shall be > 1 MOhm 4 Measure the resistance between J1-5 and J1-8 Resistance shall be > 1 MOhm 5 Measure the resistance between J1-1 and J1-2 Resistance shall be > 1 MOhm 6 Measure the resistance between J1-1 and J1-7 Resistance shall be > 1 MOhm Table 2: AID resistance measurements 1.5 AID functionality test 1 Ensure the MBTU power is set to OFF. Connect the UUT AID, to the MBTU, via a standard Serial cable. See Figure 1 for the set-up connections. Set the MBTU 220 V power to ON, the 220 V LED illuminates. Start-up the test PC. 2 Start the ATP/RTSP âAtpAIDDESK-A380 MFCâ application, to display Figure 6. Figure 6: ATP/RTSP Program For a left AID select the âAid Left Testâ icon and for a right AID select the âAid Right Testâ icon. 1.5.1 AID Left Test 1 Use the mouse to select the âAid Left Testâ icon. The display at Figure 7 appears. Note:-Selection of the âAid Left Testâ icon can also be done by using the keyboard arrow keys and then pressing the âEnterâ key. Figure 7: AID Left Test 2 Press respectively each AID button in turn, within 15 seconds. The screen icon, of the button, changes to green. When all of the AID buttons have been pressed and the screen buttons are green; this indicates the test has passed. Use the mouse to select âOKâ to end the test. 3 Check and record in the RTSR (Doc. 2) that the AID, left test, has PASSED. 1.5.2 AID Right Test 1 Use the mouse, to select the âAid Right Testâ icon, see Figure 8. Figure 8: ATP/RTSP Program 2 The display at Figure 9 appears. Note:-Selection of the âAid Right Testâ icon can also be done by using the keyboard arrow keys and then pressing the âEnterâ key. Figure 9: AID Right Test 3 Press respectively each AID button in turn, within 15 seconds. The screen icon, of the button, changes to green. When all of the AID buttons have been pressed and the screen buttons are green; this indicates the test has passed. Use the mouse to select âOKâ to end the test. 4 Check and record in the RTSR (Doc. 2) that the AID, Right Test, has PASSED. 1.6 AID backlight dimming This test checks the backlight dimming of the LEDs of the UUT AID (Left or Right). 1 Configure the function generator to produce a pulse of 5 V peak to peak, frequency 100 Hz and Duty cycle 100% Note:- The 5 V pulse must be positive going from 0 VDC to + 5 VDC and the DC level must not go below 0 VDC. 2 Connect the function generator to the MBTU PWM IN+ & PWM IN-. 3 Check and record in the RTSR (Doc. 2) that the backlight dimming illuminates. 4 On the function generator, decrease the duty cycle towards 10% (in steps of â 10%) and verify that the AID backlight luminance gradually increases. Record the result in the RTSR (Doc. 2). 5 On the MBTU set the âAID LEDS TESTâ switch to ground (down). Check and record in RTSR (Doc. 2) that the green LED on the AID illuminates. 6 On the MBTU set the âBRIGHT-DIMâ switch to ground (down). Check and record in RTSR (Doc. 2) that the LED on the AID stays Bright. 7 On the MBTU set the âAID LEDS TESTâ switch to open (up). Check and record in RTSR (Doc. 2) that the LED on the AID goes OFF. 8 Press the AID âOIS XFRâ button. Check and record in RTSR (Doc. 2) that the AID OIS XFR feedback LED is lit at DIM illumination. 9 On the MBTU set the âBRIGHT-DIMâ switch to the open (center) position. Check and record in RTSR (Doc. 2) that the OIS XFR feedback LED illuminates in Bright mode. 10 Press the AID âOIS XFRâ button again. Check and record in RTSR (Doc. 2) that the OIS XFR feedback LED goes OFF. 11 Power down the test PC, MBTU and test equipment. Disconnect the AID from the MBTU serial cable. Refit the protection cap to the UUT AID connector. 1.7 Finish inspection 1 Check for exterior damage, of the UUT AID, that might impair the operational behavior of the AID. 2 Record in the remarks paragraph of the RTSR (Doc. 2) if any damage is noticed. 2 Data recording Final RTSP Pass/fail indications shall be recorded in RTSR (Doc. 2), signed and dated by the technician and the QA. 3 Abbreviations and acronyms A Ampere AID Additional Input Device ATE Automatic Test Equipment ATR Acceptance Test Report CPU Central Processing Unit DEVSPEC Development Specification DMF Date of Manufacturing DVG Digital Video Generator DVI Digital Video Interface ESS Environmental Stress Screening ICD Interface Control Document LED Light Emitting Diode LRU Line Replaceable Unit MBTU Maintenance Bench for Terminal Units MFR Manufacturing code NSS Network Server System OIT Onboard Information Terminal PC Personal Computer PNR Part Number PTS Purchaser Technical Specification PWM Pulse Width Modulation QA Quality Assurance RTSP Return to Service Procedure RTSR Return to Service Report SDRL Supplier Data Requirements List SER Serial number SIS Standalone Identification System SRU Shop Replaceable Unit TBD To Be Defined USB Universal Serial Bus UUT Unit Under Test V Voltage UK Companies and their Employees Carrying out contracts or working in Norway The purpose of this newsletter is to act as a guide for those contractors operating in Norway. Our aim is to set out the correct procedures to be followed by both contractors and their companies and the Norwegian tax treatment of those individuals. OVERVIEW Contractors operating in Norway have a fairly standard arrangement where the contractor acts as a director and employee of their own limited company. The company pays the director a sufficient basic level of salary to ensure that the director is credited with a UK national insurance credit each week. The company then distributes any additional post corporation tax profits as dividends to the companyâs shareholders. The general position is therefore that the contractor is working in Norway as a non-resident employee of an overseas based company. As such the tax treatment of both the company and the contractor is defined by the need to comply with both UK and Norwegian domestic tax legislation and also the requirements of the double taxation treaty in place between Norway and the UK.