The RTR-4® inspection system training package instructs a technician new to the equipment how to set up, operate, stow, maintain, and troubleshoot the system. This professional training package provides all the information needed to get started and successfully utilize all the powerful capabilities of the system.
For the more experienced user, the new RTR-4 inspection system training package offers information to enable full utilization of the many features available which may previously have been unused. Both new and experienced users will benefit from this powerful new training tool — and from Leidos’ commitment to providing quality equipment and training.
The comprehensive training workbook is written in a step-by-step, no-nonsense format. Graphics illustrate the steps, and exercises let you practice what you learned. It will teach you to:
Establish a safety exclusion zone
Set up the RTR-4 inspection system using a cabled or wireless system
X-ray an object
Manipulate images to enhance visibility
Customize the setup for dense or light objects
Use the modem to send and receive images over phone lines
Power down and stow the RTR-4 inspection system
Recharge the batteries
Perform system and file maintenance
Troubleshoot common problems
Quick reference cards identify major RTR-4 inspection system procedures commonly performed in the field. This small, laminated booklet fits easily inside the system’s equipment case. The accompanying video demonstrates the major procedures for setting up and operating the system.
The RTR-4 product line and its technology are subject to U.S. Export Administration Regulations. Diversion contrary to U.S. law is prohibited. The technology may not be resold, transferred, transshipped or exported from the United States or re-exported without prior authorization by the U.S. government.
Our facility for the manufacture of the RTR-4 system is registered to ISO 9001:2000 standards.
Due to our efforts to continually improve this product, specifications, dimensions and operating procedures are subject to change without notice. All specifications and measurements are approximate, based on the standard configuration; results may vary with the application and environment.