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Advanced GE Logiq E9 & Vivid E9

Agenda – Advanced Service Training for GE Logiq E9 and Vivid E9

  1. Logiq E9, Introduction and Overview
    1. Introduction, Clinical Features
    2. Physical Design
    3. Design Features
      1. Control Panel
      2. Displays
      3. Touch Screen
      4. External I/Os
      5. Probes
    4. Basic Use of Logiq E9
      1. Touch Screen menus
      2. Dataflows
  2. Functional Design & Theory of Operation, Logiq E9 and Vivid E9
    1. Typical Boot Sequence
    2. Software Theory & Design
      1. Design changes, software configurations
      2. Installing software on Logiq E9 & Vivid E9
    3. Hardware Design and Theory of Operation
      1. Front End PCBs
        1. Location
        2. Function
        3. Front End signal flow and buses
        4. LEDs for troubleshooting
        5. Design changes
      2. Student Lab, Front End Board Removal and Replacement
      3. Back End Processor (BEP)
        1. Components
        2. Connections
        3. Inputs and outputs
        4. Design history and versions
      4. Student Lab, Access to BEP
        1. Remove and replace BEP power supply
      5. Power Subsystem
        1. Assemblies and functions
      6. Student Lab, Remove and replace main power supply
      7. User Interface
        1. Components and theory of operation
        2. Console control and data signals
        3. LCD monitor (touch screen)
        4. XY and Z mechanisms
      8. Student Lab, Remove and replace Upper Op Panel & Touch Screen
  3. Diagnostics and Servicing of Logiq E9 and Vivid E9
    1. Tools Needed
    2. Collecting Vital Information
    3. Service Diagnostics
      1. CSD
      2. DC Offset calibration
    4. Monitor adjustments
    5. Adjusting the XY & Z Mechanisms
    6. Power Supply Troubleshooting
    7. Student Lab, Logiq E9 Utilities & Diagnostics
  4. Preventive Maintenance

    1. User Maintenance
    2. Service PMs & Quality Testing
  5. Vivid E9, Overview & Design Differences

    1. Clinical & Design Features
      1. User interface & I/Os
      2. Probes
    2. Typical Power On Sequence
    3. Configuration (Config) Screens
      1. Network set-up
      2. DICOM & connectivity
  6. Design Theory & Hardware Design of Vivid E9

    1. Control Panel
    2. LCD Monitors
    3. BEP
    4. Service & User Maintenance
    5. Student Lab, Vivid E9 Config & Diagnostics
  7. Final Test

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