Hello friends! this article will give you a slight idea about how to write test scenarios for different products. Here we have taken a very common example – AC and its remote. We have to make sure that all possible test cases for AC/ AC remote are covered to meet the requirements of the consumer.
Test scenarios for AC
- Verify the type of AC, if it’s Window AC or Split AC.
- Verify the cooling capacity of the AC (ton). It should be as per the specifications.
- Verify that the voltage requirement of the AC is as per the specifications.
- Check if the AC voltage regulator works correctly or not.
- Check the time taken by AC to start cooling, since the plug-in.
- Check if it’s working in every temperature setting.
- Verify the minimum temperature that can be achieved by the AC.
- Verify the maximum temperature that can be achieved by the AC.
- Check if the different AC fan speeds, work correctly.
- Verify that the information displayed in the display panel is correct.
- Check if all the keys of the display panel are working.
- Check if the display isn’t too bright or too dark.
- Check if the outer body of the AC is sturdy and rugged.
- Check if the AC works with the remote.
- Check if all the keys of the panel do the same work as mentioned.
- Check if the grill is movable in all directions.
- Verify if the AC switches off and on when reached the desired temperature, for saving electricity.
- Check the amount of water leakage.
Test scenarios for AC remote
- Verify the functionality of the on/off button.
- Check if all the keys are in perfect condition.
- Check if the remote belongs to the same AC.
- Check if the name of the keys is mentioned.
- Check the response time between the AC remote and the AC.
- Check if the keys are doing the desired function or not.
- Verify the durability of the keys and body of the remote.
- Verify that the remote works each time old batteries are replaced.
- Check if it’s waterproof if mentioned.
- Check if too much pressure isn’t required to press the keys.
- Check if the spacing among the keys is adequate.
- Check the weight and dimensions of the remote.
- Check if another function isn’t triggered with any key other than specified.
- Check if the body of the remote isn’t flimsy.
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