Handheld Game Console

Handheld Console Manufacturers CT885

Item No.: CT885
1. Bit: 8 / 16 Bit
2. Screen: 2.8″ TFT Screen
3. Battery: 3*AA Battery(Not Include)
4. Games: Build in 200 / 220 Legal Games
5. Material: ABS Plastic
6. Colors: Black, White, Customized
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The Detailed Information

TF Card Not Supported(Not Include)
Supported Formats NES
Certificate CE, ROHS, EN71, EMC
Accessories Game Console * 1, Manual * 1, Color Box * 1

Packing Specification Information

Product Weight About 133g Quantity 48PCS / CTN
Product Size 8.4*8*5.8cm Carton 23.6 46.8 39.7 cm
Package Gift Box Package N.W. 6.4kgs
Color Box 11.2 * 3.8 * 19 cm G.W. 7kgs

Detailed Product Description

This game console has a very apparent retro look because it looks like the famous Nintendo game console, GB. It uses a 2.8-inch TFT color screen with very clear picture quality which helps to reduce any eye strain.

In addition, the buttons are the classic, “Cross,” design seen on vintage controllers and have an anti-slip finish which results in a firm grip and smoother game play. It has built-in more than 200 classic games and this large number provides players with many choices. The console is easy to operate by younger and older players and with its small size (about equal to a mobile phone) it is very lightweight in addition to having a gorgeous retro look. This is not just a game console. It is a great collectible that evokes many classic and nostalgic memories.

 

Main Product Details

(1) PCBA Board (including CPU and memory)
(2) 2.4-inch TFT color screen

(3) ABS plastic case (including PVC lenses)
(4) Loudspeaker
(5) 3 AAA batteries (lithium batteries are supported as well)
(6) All the accessories are in the color box

How the Console Functions

After the console is turned on the battery transmits the voltage to the processor through the line at which point the processor transmits the information transmitted via the data conversion to each terminal to produce the display-images and sound.

The Production Process

1. Pre-Production: Material Procurement and Quality Control (QC) Inspection

The first step is purchasing the materials that will be needed to produce the manual, needed plastics, and the packaging boxes. All of these materials need to be in strict accordance with environmental standards and thanks to our many years of cooperation with experienced suppliers we can ensure our materials are top-quality. Once we have our purchased materials we give them to our Quality Control (QC) department–which inspects all incoming materials to ensure they meet our strict standards. For example, the manual is looked-over to ensure everything it states is correct, packaging is testing to ensure it is not easily damaged or torn, and so forth. If any problems are found with a material is it not placed on the production line–only after a product is found to meet our standards is it moved into the production department/process.

2. Production Department/Process

(1) Plastic Case

The plastic case of the game console is produced with a medium-sized injection molding machine. The raw material used is ABS plastic. Because this material has excellent impact strength, protects the internal components inside the game machine, and has good stability and wear resistance, the casing is not be easily damaged and is therefore a superb material.

Once the raw materials have been inspected by QC and given to the production department the mold of the game machine casing is installed onto the injection molding machine for debugging. If there is no problem found after debugging, the color is selected according to the international color number. With these steps completed the plastic injection process commences.

The prepared ABS material is poured into the injection molding machine for the high temperature melting process. After approximately 2-3 hours the casing is completed and the indicator light of the injection molding machine will light up. The completed casing can now be taken off of the machine, but as the temperature of the removed shell/casing is still very high it must be cooled via cold water to make sure the shape of the case is fixed in-place. After the cooling process finishes, the casing is cut and smoothed around the trim to ensure it has no pointy or sharp edges. Finally, the completed case is sent to QC for inspection. After being inspected to be sure it meets our standards, it is returned back to the production department for the assembly process.

(2)  PCBA Board

First the purchased motherboard is sent to the SMT department which attaches the needed small electronic materials to the PCB board through the placement machine and then fixes them by reflow oven. Then the games machine’s brain IC goes through solid crystal machine fixing. Next, the function of the game console is entered through the binding machine. After this the test rack is used to test the board’s game functions. If a defect is found then it is taken-out for repair. Finally, the IC is sealed with black glue and then placed in the oven for high temperature fixing to be done. With this the PCBA board is completed, which is important as it has the main functions of the game console.

3. Assembly

Internal Assembly: First the workshop worker inserts the plug into the PCBA and then the plug is hardened and fixed in a furnace at temperatures up to 260-300 degrees. Then the product goes to the cutting area to cut-off any leftover material of the plug-in and to polish the PCBA through the automatic tin stove. After that, the speaker and the positive and negative aluminum springs of the battery as well as the main-board and the sub-board are connected by the FPC cable and are welded. Finally, the worker performs a PCBA function and button test.

The External Assembly: First a layer of PVC lens is added to the display so as to protect it and then the buttons are and other parts are assembled onto the case. Then the lid is closed and screwed tight. The next step is the installation of the battery so as to test the machine and then a sticker is affixed stating everything has passed (assuming the tests show everything works correctly). Finally, there is one more inspection to make sure everything is 100% correct. The QC department checks the completed game machine to make sure it will meet all the needs of our customers and meets every requirement of our factory. Should there be any problems found they will be reported to the production department right away so that they can note it down and work to reduce these errors. After all the machines produced are found to have no problems, the finished game console is sent-over to the packaging department to be packaged.

4. Packaging

The game machine which has been assembled by the production department is sent to the packaging department at which point the factory workers will inspect the appearance of the game machine to be sure it has no flaws. As long as it is correct it will be put into the blister box. The blister box is made of PVC material which can hold the weight of the game machine very well. then the manual and a card discussing how environmental standards were met is put into the box which is then finally packed and sealed. The final sealing and warehousing of the console is carried out after all these other steps are confirmed as completed.

Function Testing

Function Testing Steps for the 8-Bit Portable Handheld

(1) First the 3 AAA batteries are installed.

(2) The buttons are clicked to enter the operation screen.

(3) The A and B buttons are held at the same time after booting, which enters the sensitivity program test. Press and hold the SELECT button to test the sound.

Function Testing Steps for the 16-Bit Portable Handheld

(1) First the 3 AAA batteries are installed.

(2) The buttons are clicked to enter the operation screen.

(3) The A and B buttons are held while booting and then the START button is pressed followed by the RESET Button to enter the program sensitivity test.

Extending the Life of the Console

Take out the battery whenever you are not playing the console so as to avoid any corrosion of the battery which can damage the aluminium springs.

Place the console in a room with good ventilation and a regular temperature (not too hot or cold) so as to prevent the electronic components inside from getting damaged by moisture or extreme heat or cold.

Don’t put the console in a location with a lot of dust as this can affect the speaker and make the sound unpleasant.

Should the shell/case of the console get a small stain, wiping it off with a paper towel will get it clean.

About Our Services

1. About Our Factory
We are a children’s toy manufacturer with 16 years of experience, and our factory has passed inspection of ICTI, BSCI, Disney. Our products have certifications like EN71, CE, EMC and so on.

2. About Our Transaction Capabilities
We can support T/T, PayPal, L/C, and other payment methods.

3. About Our Transportation/Shipping
The shipping terms we can support such as EXW, FOB Shenzhen, air transportation (DHL, UPS, FedEx, etc.) and railway delivery as well.

4. About our Delivery Dates
Our products which are in stock are generally available to be delivered within about 7 days. Should it be OEM & ODM products our delivery of them is generally 30-45 days after receiving a deposit.

5. About Our Warranty
We have a product warranty period of six months to one year. Should there be any quality or condition problems with one of our products during this time period we can provide repairs and/or replacements as needed.

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