"PROGRAMMING EQUIPMENT OPERATOR"
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- 1) Tends equipment that automatically transfers programmed information onto integrated circuits on dies or IC packages, such as PROMs: Reads work order that accompanies ICs for processing to determine programming specifications.
- 2) Secures master PROM or die in equipment.
- 3) Keys in codes, using computer keyboard and presses buttons to activate equipment that reproduces master program in programmer.
- 4) Observes digital displays on equipment to ensure that master program is not defective and to determine when reproduction of program is completed in programmer.
- 5) Positions blank PROMs and pushes lever to lock PROMs in sockets of programmer; or positions blank dies on platform of die probe equipment, views dies through microscope, and turns knobs on equipment to position specified areas of dies under probes prior to programming.
- 6) Presses switches to activate programmer that reproduces program on blank PROMs or dies.
- 7) Observes defect indicator lights to detect defective PROMs or dies and to determine completion of programming.
- 8) Maintains production records.
- 9) May load defective PROMs into equipment that exposes PROMs to ultraviolet light for timed intervals to erase programmed information in order to reuse PROMs.
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Job Number: 7981