Discovery PET/CT 690 VCT


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    About this class

    This course consists of a 5-day in-residence class with labs. It is intended for Service Engineers who are servicing a Discovery 690/690 VCT system. It will equip the Service Engineer with over-all system and PET subsystem theory and hands-on lab activities to address technical service issues for the Discovery 690/690VCT systems. Service Engineers will also need to take the appropriate CT course(s).


    • Technical Training
    • Overview

      Upon successful completion of the course, participants should be able to:

      • Understand theory of operation at the subsystem level
      • Work safely in the Discovery PET/CT 690 VCT environment 100% of the time 
      • Identify required tools and documentation for system service 
      • Identify the installation steps required for system installation, including seismic install requirements
      • Identify replaceable parts, and replacement procedures 
      • Perform planned maintenance procedures 
      • Troubleshoot the system to the FRU level 
      • Correctly identify and operate specific subsystems 
      • Perform system quality assurance checks and performance verification 
      • Troubleshoot image quality issues 
      • Perform system alignments, tuning and calibrations 
      • Load software (LFC) during install or troubleshooting
    • Target Audience

      Biomedical and technical professionals

    • Prerequisites

      This course price does not reflect the price of the prerequisites. For detailed information on the prerequisite courses, including price, click on the links below.

      PET Basic Service (Class/Lab) R0313PT

      PET Basic Physics/Instrumentation (Web) R0306PT

      Note: Prior completion of VCT* and/or Lightspeed* 7x & Optima* 660 training is required.

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