Spot Vital Signs® 4400 Device Online Technical Service & Repair Training

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Online, Self-Paced
Approx. 2-3 hours
Course Type
Online, Self-Paced
Time to Complete
Approx. 2-3 hours

Course Description:

This course is designed to train Biomedical Equipment Technicians on servicing, maintaining and calibrating the Welch Allyn Spot 4400..

The course will be delivered in two parts. Part One will consist of instructional content, including online tests. Upon successful completion of part one, students will receive their Gold License for the Welch Allyn Service Tool. Part Two of the training is hands-on, and will progress the student through activation of their Gold License and performing a hands-on Functional Test of the Spot 4400.

Part One: (1.5 - 2.5 hours)

  • Module 1 - Course Introduction
  • Module 2 - Product Introduction
  • Module 3 - User and Service Menus
  • Module 4 - Partner Connect and Service Tool
  • Module 5 - Troubleshooting
  • Module 6 - Disassembly / Reassembly
  • Module 7 - Functional Verification and Calibration
  • Module 8 - Summary 

Part Two: (0.5 - 1 hours)

  • Gold License Activation and Hands-On Functional Test
    (Note: A complete set of the required Tools and Test Equipment for the Spot 4400, and a Spot 4400 device are required to complete Part Two of the training. See below for the complete list of required items.) 

Accreditations Received: 

  • Two-year Welch Allyn Spot 4400 Technical Service Certification Gold License, Welch Allyn Service Tool (Spot 4400)

Required Service Tools and Test Equipment:

For a list of equipment necessary to complete training and perform service on the Spot 4400 device, go to the Spot 4400 Service Manual

Recommended Pre-existing Knowledge: 

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

Support Materials:

Serviceability Limitations:

The following repair activities are not supported:

  • Repair and replacement of the bottom housing
  • Component-level repair of circuit boards and subassemblies