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Connex® Spot Monitor (CSM) Service Repair Training

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Classroom Course
1.5 Days
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Duration
1.5 Days

Course Objectives

Welch Allyn’s one-and-a-half-day CSM (CSM 7000) monitor course covers complete repair, maintenance and calibration of the CSM. The course includes both lecture and hands-on service training. You will learn essential product configuration, theory of operation, assembly and test details. 

Content includes but is not limited to:      

  • Parameter explanation and daily use
  • Theory of operation
  • Connectivity
  • Modular and remote Troubleshooting
  • Product disassembly / reassembly techniques
  • Parts replacement procedures
  • Functional verification and calibration procedures
  • Firmware updates and upgrades
  • Welch Allyn Service Tool (WAST) (see bottom of this page for more information about WAST)
  • Reporting Complaints and Service Data to Welch Allyn
  • New Product Warranty, Part numbers & tools

Class materials provided include the presentation used during the course, Service Manual and Gold Level Service Tool License (required for calibration)

Course Prerequisites

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

Notes

  • Certain repair activities are not supported – please refer to the CSM Service Manual, Purpose and Scope section in the Overview chapter for further details.
  • Refer to the Disassembly and Repair chapter for the required tools and equipment needed to perform disassembly and reassembly procedures.
  • The chapter Field Replaceable Units lists all available parts
  • The document Connex Spot Monitor, Service and Maintenance Toolset lists the equipment required to perform a functional verification and calibration procedure.