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Spot Vital Signs® LXi Device Online Technical Service & Repair Training

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Online, Self-Paced
Approx. 2 hours
Course Type
Online, Self-Paced
Time to Complete
Approx. 2 hours

Course Description:

This course is designed to train Biomedical Equipment Technicians on servicing and maintaining Spot Vital Signs LXi Device.

The course will be delivered in two parts. Part One consists of instructional content, followed by an online test. After successful completion of Part One, the student will receive the Spot Vital Signs LXi Service Tool Software. Part Two of the training is hands-on, and will progress the student through installation of the Spot Vital Signs Service LXi Tool and performing a hands-on Functional Test of the Spot Vital Signs Device LXi.

Part One: (60-90 minutes)

  • Module 1 - Course Overview 
  • Module 2 - Spot Vital Signs LXi Product Overview 
  • Module 3 - User and Service Menus 
  • Module 4 - Spot Vital Signs LXi Service Tool 
  • Module 5 - Troubleshooting 
  • Module 6 - Disassembly / Reassembly 
  • Module 7 - Spot Vital Signs LXi Functional Test 
  • Module 8 - Course Test 
  • Module 9 - Summary

Part Two: (30 minutes)

  • Hands-On Functional Test
    (Notes: Spot Vital Signs LXi Service Tool Software requires Windows XP or 7/8.  A complete set of the required Tools and Test Equipment for the Spot Vital Signs LXi, and a Spot Vital Signs LXi device are required to complete Part Two of the training. See below for the complete list of required items.) 

Service Levels Trained:

Repair, functional test and maintenance for the Spot Vital Signs LXi Device

Accreditations Received: 

  • Two-year Welch Allyn Spot Vital Signs LXi Technical Service Certification, Spot Vital Signs LXi Service Tool Software 

Required Service Tools and Test Equipment:

For the complete list of equipment necessary to complete training and perform service on the Spot Vital Signs LXi device, click here.

Recommended Pre-existing Knowledge: 

  • Attendees should have working knowledge of microprocessor-based medical electronics servicing, and analog and digital electronics theory.

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