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 600 and Discovery PET/CT 690 Elite and Optima PET/CT 560 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

Course Length             Course ID

36 Hours                          R0309PT

Target Audience

Biomedical and technical professionals


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 Physics/Instrumentation (Web)     R0306PT

LightSpeed Pro Series (Class/Lab) R0026CT

 PET Basic Service(Class/Lab)  R0313PT

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