In this five-day course, you will receive an in-depth description of the theory of operation of the device, machine applications, technical descriptions including parts, location, and identification; service-mode testing, preventive maintenance procedures for the device; and how to troubleshoot the device using service tools. Upon completion of this curriculum, you will be able to: •Describe the flow path of fluid through the machine •Describe the intended use of the device •Perform a simulated patient run •Perform a preventive maintenance procedure on the device •Identify the possible causes for an alarm or hardware failure •Identify, test, remove and replace faulty components •Download, decode and analyze run data files to identify possible device problems Pre-requisites: Attendees must have a solid electrical/mechanical background with a strong knowledge of personal computers and the ability to navigate in a Microsoft Windows environment. An above-average knowledge of Microsoft Excel is required. Our instructors will NOT provide Microsoft Excel training. Attendees must bring a laptop computer to class with Windows XP installed, and possess administrator rights allowing them to install the service software; all other required tools will be provided. Windows 7 is also acceptable.
Monday, January 23, 2017 - Friday, January 27, 2017 8:00 AM - 1:00 PMMountain Time
Terumo BCT, 10811 Large Training Rm11158 W Collins AveLakewood, Colorado 80215USA1.877.339.4228, ext 8217
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