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What you as a biomedical equipment technician need to know.

Everywhere that diagnostic imaging or endoscopic surgeries are performed in the hospital, or clinic, and everywhere video cameras are used to see the patient from a distance (neurological ICUs, isolation rooms, etc.) there is the potential for time-chain problems requiring an oscilloscope to troubleshoot.

Balancing 3-phase power coming into the power supplies of diagnostic imaging systems, renal dialysis systems, a multiple channel oscilloscope and digital multi-meter finds labor-saving use. Troubleshooting power line transients (previously requiring a line transient recorder) may be another use for a recording-oscilloscope to capture not only the numerical fact and instance of the transient, but how it looks on the voltage waveform or current waveform.

What can I learn here?

  • Introduction to 190M: form, function, and feature set
  • Learn situations where the 190M is the best troubleshooting tool to use
  • How easy it is to determine root cause

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