Test Case For FAN | FAN Test Cases | Test Scenarios For Fan: If we want to examine any tester, then the best way to know him/her is to ask him real-time questions over real-time examples, just like the day-to-day objects we used to work on and see daily. So let’s take an instance of ‘Fan’, which you see and use multiple times daily.
The “How to Test” series covers the most commonly asked questions around writing test cases. We discussed the “Test case for a pen” in the previous article. Moving forward in this series, I am covering the most common interview questions asked in an interview: “Can you write down the Test cases for Fan?”.
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We already discussed in the previous article that if the interviewer asks you to write the test cases, do not assume the requirements yourself. It would be best to ask cross-questions about the requirements to help you understand or clarify the missing requirements. In this particular scenario, you may ask what type of fan. Is it a ceiling fan or a table fan? How many blades do fans have, what speed level on the regulator, etc.?
Test Scenarios For Fan
Object Consideration: To write down the Test cases now, I am writing the cases for a ceiling fan with three blades
Test Cases For FAN (UI Testing)
- Check what type of pen that is, that table fan or a ceiling fan.
- Check how many blades are present in that fan.
- Check that all the blades and parts fit correctly.
- Check whether the fan dimension is as per the specification document
- Check whether the color of the pen is as per the specification document
- Check the size of the blades as Per the specification document.
- Check the position of the company logo as per the specification document.
- Check whether the company logo is visible.
- Check if the distance between another blade is as per the specification document, and also, the gap between the blades should be equal.
Fan Test Cases Functional Testing
- Check the power consumption by a fan as per the requirement document
- Check if the fan is working when the electric switch is on
- Check whether the fan is slowing down when the switch is off
- Check whether the speed of the fan is when the regulator is adjusted.
- Check the moving direction of the fan blades. Is it clockwise or anticlockwise?
- Check when the fan is rotating. It is throwing the wind in the proper direction.
- Check by using a regulator; you can control the fan’s speed.
- Check the time required to reach its maximum speed when the switch is on
- Check the maximum and minimum speed of a fan
- Check whether the materials used to build a fan are as per the specification document.
- Check whether the fan blades are bending when the fan is rotating state
- Check if the fan is not wobbling when it’s in movement.
- Check if it works properly under voltage fluctuation, like low voltage conditions.
- Check the status of a fan when it is rotating for a longer time
- Check the condition of Motors coils and other electrical parts when there is an in the voltage
- Check the fan is moving smoothly without making so much noise and vibration
- Check the weight of the pen is as per the specification document
- Check the voltage fluctuation effect of a fan when it is moving
- Check after the switch on the fan doesn’t run in the anticlockwise direction.
- Check all fan blades; they should all be the same size.
Test Cases For Ceiling Fan
- Whether the ceiling fan has a hook hanging on the roof.
- Check whether all the fan blades are fitted tightly
- Check the fan is on when the switch is on
- Check that weather-specific distance is maintained between the roof and the fan mentioned in the requirement document.
- Check all the electric materials, like capacitors, are covered within the plastic coil of the fan.
Test Cases For Fan-Component Tests
- The fan’s wings should have edges long enough to give proper air.
- The fan’s rod should be sleek enough to be well put in the Fan’s cup and engine.
- The fan’s engine should have all wiring fitted to create a connected circuit with all components.
Test Case For Fan – Integration Tests
- When all fan components are switched on, the fan should start working.
- The fan’s rod should not rotate when the engine is working.
- The fan’s engine should start working when switched on.
- When electricity connects, the fan’s wings should rotate along with the engine.
- The fan should run clockwise when put in direct power and voltage.
- The fan should run anti-clockwise when put in direct power and voltage.
- Two winger fans should have a radius of not more than 20 cm.
- Three winger fans should have a radius of not more than 40 cm.
- The fan’s engine should not create noise when switched on.
- Fans should be made to fit well with the room ceiling.
- The fan should have at least two wings, irrespective of type.
- A fan’s weight should not exceed 3 kg if it is a two-winger fan.
- A fan’s weight should not exceed 5 kg if it is a three-winger fan.
- The fan should work up to 50W power.
- The fan should work up to 220V voltage.
- The fan should not bear a load above 100 V.
- The fan should not bear a voltage above 300V.
- When put in high-frequency energy, no wire should get burn
- When put in low-frequency energy, no wire should get burn
- The fan’s speed should not be effective in cold and hot temperatures.
Here, I have listed down a few Test cases for Fan. I have initially not included a few interesting test cases you can write down. So, let’s think of adding the test cases not included in the above list to make a more comprehensive list for our readers.
You can write down the test case in the comment below. I would appreciate it if you could take up this Testing Challenge to get good test cases for a fan to our readers.