Siemens Motion Custom User guide

Motion Custom
User Guide
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Content
Content
Your Motion Custom hearing instrument
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Intended use
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General notes on safety
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Handling batteries
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Inserting and removing the hearing instrument
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Turning your hearing instrument on and off
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Changing the hearing program
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Changing the volume
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Functionalities
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Maintenance and care
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Accessories
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Troubleshooting
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Technical information
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Disposal information
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Your hearing instrument configuration
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Your Motion Custom hearing instrument
Your Motion Custom hearing
instrument
ITE
(battery type: 13 or 312*)
CT / ITC / HS
(battery type: 312 or 10*)
⑤ Volume control
① Battery compartment
(optional)
② Microphone
⑥
Vent
③ Second Microphone TwinMicTM (optional, not for CIC) ⑦ Removal cord
(optional)
④ Program button (optional)
Each hearing instrument can be identified by the serial
number located on the outside of the instrument.
* Ask your Hearing Care Professional.
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Your Motion Custom hearing instrument
EN
CIC
(battery type: 10)
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Intended use
Intended use
Hearing instruments are intended to improve the hearing
of hearing impaired persons. Diagnosis and prescription
of a hearing instrument must be performed by hearing
health specialists, e.g. ENT doctors, audiologists or
acousticians.
Read and follow the instructions of this user guide to
avoid injuries or damage to the hearing instruments.
Symbols:
Be aware to information marked with the warning symbol
WARNING, CAUTION or NOTICE!
WARNING points out a situation that could
lead to serious injuries, CAUTION indicates a
situation that could lead to minor and moderate
injuries.
NOTICE
NOTICE indicates possible property damage.
Advice and tips on how to handle your device
better.
Instruction. Indicates that something has to be
done.
Indicates an option that not every hearing instrument has. Ask your Hearing Care Professional to
check off the relevant information.
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General notes on safety
General notes on safety
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NOTICE
Your hearing instruments are sensitive to extreme
heat, high humidity, strong magnetic fields
(> 0.1T), X-rays and mechanical stress.
Do not expose your hearing instruments to
extreme temperature or high humidity.
Do not leave them in direct sunlight.
Do not wear them in the shower or when you
apply make-up, perfume, aftershave, hairspray
or suntan lotion.
Do not wear your hearing instruments when
you are exposed to short-waves, a strong magnetic field, a high frequency field or X-rays.
Do not place your hearing instruments in a
microwave oven.
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General notes on safety
WARNING
Choking hazard posed by small parts.
Keep hearing instruments, batteries and accessories out of children‘s reach.
If swallowed consult a physician or hospital immediately.
This hearing instrument is not designed for children under the age of 36 months or mentally
disabled persons. For suitable products please
refer to your Hearing Care Professional.
Siemens offers special hearing instruments for the
fitting of infants and small children.
Ask your Hearing Care Professional for further
information.
NOTICE
Leaking batteries damage the hearing instruments.
Turn the hearing instruments off when not in
use to preserve the battery.
Remove batteries when the instruments are not
in use for a prolonged period of time.
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General notes on safety
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NOTICE
Batteries contain harmful substances that pollute
the environment.
Do not throw used batteries into household
trash.
Dispose batteries according to national regulations or return them to your Hearing Care
Professional.
In some countries restrictions for the usage of
wireless equipment exist.
Refer to local authorities for further information.
WARNING
Hazard of explosion!
Do not use your hearing instruments in areas
where there is a danger of explosions
(e.g. mining).
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Handling batteries
Handling batteries
original size
Always use the right size batteries.
Remove the tab on your batteries only when
you are ready to use them.
The positive (+) side of the batteries is always
the smooth side.
Always keep spare batteries with you.
In some types of instruments the sounds may
become fainter or you may hear additional sounds.
This means that the battery power is low.
If this happens, change the battery.
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Handling batteries
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Low battery indicator
Your Hearing Care Professional can activate an acoustic
signal to inform you when the battery is nearly empty. If
you hear an acoustic signal or experience low amplification power, replace the battery.
Open the battery compartment.
Insert the battery.
Make sure the “+” symbols on
the battery and compartment
are aligned.
Close the battery compartment.
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Inserting and removing the hearing instrument
Inserting and removing the hearing instrument
Never pull on the battery compartment door or
volume control wheel to remove the hearing
instrument, as this could cause damage.
Inserting
Insert the hearing instrument into the
ear canal.
Slightly twist and push the hearing
instrument into its proper position.
Removing
Push lightly on the back of your
ear to loosen the hearing instrument.
Pull the hearing instrument out.
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Turning your hearing instrument on and off
Turning your hearing instrument
on and off
Ask your Hearing Care Professional to check off the
relevant information.
Via battery compartment
Fully open the battery compartment to turn your
hearing instrument off.
Fully close the compartment to turn your hearing
instrument on.
Via program button
Press and hold the button for
3 seconds to turn the instrument
on or off.
Via volume control with on/off-function
Rotate the colume control down to the stop to
turn your hearing instrument off.
Rotate the volume control up to turn your hearing instrument on.
Via remote control
Refer to the remote control user guide.
Power-on delay
Your hearing instrument is equipped with a "power-on delay" feature which can be activated by your Hearing Care
Professional. This allows you to turn the hearing instrument on with an automatic delay of 6/12/18 seconds, so
that you may insert the hearing instrument into your ear
without experiencing unpleasant feedback (whistling).
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Changing the hearing program
Changing the hearing program
Ask your Hearing Care Professional to check off the
relevant information.
Via program button
Press the button to change the
program.
Via remote control
Refer to the remote control user guide.
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Changing the volume
Changing the volume
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The volume of your hearing instruments is controlled
automatically and there is no need to manually adjust it.
Should you prefer manual volume control, your Hearing
Care Professional can program the hearing instrument for
manual adjustment.
Automatic
The volume is adjusted automatically when in use.
Via volume control
Rotate the wheel forward
for louder.
Rotate the wheel back for
quieter.
Via remote control
Refer to the remote control user guide.
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Functionalities
Functionalities
Your Hearing Care Professional can activate the following
functionalities.
e2e wireless
■ Allows the use of a remote control.
■ Automatically adjusts both hearing instruments
simultaneously to change the instrument settings, e.g. volume or program.
The performance of the e2e wireless function may be affected by electromagnetic
interference – e.g. from a computer monitor
or fluorescent lamp system.
Move away from the source of interference if you experience difficulty.
Automatic telephone program
Hold a telephone near your hearing instrument (*).
The hearing instrument automatically switches
to the telephone program.
Move the telephone away from your hearing
instrument.
The hearing instrument switches back to the
previously used program.
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Functionalities
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You can also select the telephone program
manually by using the program button.
When operating the hearing instrument in
telecoil mode, the wireless function may cause
a pulsing noise.
In this case use the remote control with a distance greater than 10 cm (4 inches).
(*) AutoPhone magnet accessory
Not all telephones produce a magnetic field strong
enough to activate the AutoPhone function. In this case,
use the Siemens AutoPhone magnet, which is available
as accessory, and attach it to the telephone receiver to
activate the AutoPhone function.
See the AutoPhone magnet user guide for
instructions on how to position the magnet.
Use only the Siemens magnet. Ask your Hearing
Care Professional for this accessory.
NOTICE
Magnets can disturb electrical devices and delete
stored data.
Keep magnets away from computers, color
monitors, television sets, floppy discs, videoand audio discs and other electronic equipment/
devices.
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Functionalities
WARNING
Magnets may interfere with the operation of life
supporting systems (e. g. pacemakers, magnetic
valves).
Use a magnet only if not in doubt about the
safe distance. The safe distance between pacemaker and magnet should be at least 10 cm
(4 inches).
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Maintenance and care
Maintenance and care
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Your hearing instruments are highly sensitive systems.
Proper care and handling will ensure the best possible
performance.
Clean instruments regularly to prevent damage to the
hearing instruments and to avoid health problems.
NOTICE
Do not put the hearing instruments
in water.
Clean your hearing instruments with a soft, dry tissue,
as necessary.
Do not use alcohol or other solvents as it will damage
the instruments.
Be careful not to damage the wax protection when
cleaning the hearing instruments.
Place your hearing instruments in a "dry aid kit" with a
special moisture-attracting capsule overnight.
If the windscreen of your hearing instruments is soiled,
ask your Hearing Care Professional to clean or exchange the windscreen.
Ask your Hearing Care Professional for special care sets
and further information on how to keep your hearing
instruments in good condition.
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Maintenance and care
Wax protection
Your hearing instruments are equipped
with a sieve, recess or guard on the
sound outlet to prevent earwax from
entering the hearing instruments.
Your Hearing Care Professional will
provide you with the wax protection appropriate for your instruments and can
advise you how to clean or replace it.
If the instruments sound distorted or weak exchange
the wax protection.
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Accessories
Accessories
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Tek wireless enhancement
(not all hearing instruments)
Your hearing instruments together with
the Tek Connect remote control will allow
you to connect your hearing instruments
to the growing world of technology. Via a
special Bluetooth connection it is possible
to receive audio signals from your mobile,
your television or your mp3-player.
For detailed information and instructions
refer to the Tek user guide or ask your
Hearing Care Professional.
Remote control
(not all hearing instruments)
The wireless function of your hearing instruments allows
you to use a remote control to change the program and
volume of your hearing instruments.
For further information about the remote control, contact
your Hearing Care Professional or refer to the remote
control user guide.
In the event your hearing instruments can be
controlled by another person's remote control,
return hearing instruments and remote control
to your Hearing Care Professional.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Use these tips to resolve simple issues.
Problem
Possible solution
Sound is weak.
Replace empty battery.
Increase volume.
Clean instrument.
Close battery door completely or
press and hold the program button
for approximately 2 seconds.
Hearing instrument Reinsert the instrument until it fits
securely.
emits whistling
sounds.
Clean instrument.
Sound is distorted.
Replace empty battery.
Lower volume.
Clean instrument.
Hearing instrument Gently close battery compartment
emits signal tones. completely.
Replace empty battery.
Hearing instrument Check if the hearing instrument is
does not work.
turned on.
Gently close battery compartment
completely.
Replace empty battery.
Make sure battery is inserted correctly.
Power-on delay is active – wait
18 seconds and check again.
Consult your Hearing Care Professional if you encounter
further problems.
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Technical information
Technical information
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Siemens Motion 700 WL, Motion 500 WL, Motion 300 WL
Siemens Motion 701 WL, Motion 501 WL, Motion 301 WL
FCC ID: SGI-WL002ITE
IC: 267AB-WL002
Operating frequencies: Fc=3.28 MHz
N14203
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
Changes or modifications made to this equipment not expressly approved by SAT GmbH for compliance may void
the FCC authorization to operate this equipment.
FCC compliance
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and
with RSS-210 of Industry Canada.
Operation is subject to the following conditions:
■ this device may not cause harmful interference, and
■ this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
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Technical information
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
■ Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
■ Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
■ Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
■ Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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Disposal information
Disposal information
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Within the European Union, the marked
equipment is covered by "Directive 2002/96/EC
of the European Paliament and of the Council
of 27 January 2003 on waste electrical and
electronical equipment."
Amended by "Directive 2003/108/EC" (WEEE).
Recycle hearing instruments, batteries and ac-
cessories according to national regulations.
With the CE marking Siemens confirms compliance
with the European Directive 93/42/EEC concerning
medical devices.
For the products with e2e wireless 2.0 Siemens additionally confirms compliance with the European Directive
99/5/EC (R&TTE) concerning radio and telecommunications terminal equipment.
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Your hearing instrument configuration
Your hearing instrument configuration
LEFT
Hearing instrument
RIGHT
Model
Serial number
Battery
□ yes □ no
Power-on delay
□ yes □ no
□ yes □ no
Volume control
□ yes □ no
□ yes □ no
Push button
□ yes □ no
Signal tones
□ on □ off
Low battery warning
□ on □ off
□ on □ off
Volume control limit
□ on □ off
□ on □ off
volume control
change
□ on □ off
Hearing
program
Description of the hearing program
1
2
3
4
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Remote control
Model
Serial number
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© Siemens AG, 07.2011 · ANR
Document No. A91SAT-00673-99T6-7600
Order/Item No. 104 202 05
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