Motion BTE
User Guide
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Introduction
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Dear customer,
Congratulations! You have selected a hearing instrument
from Siemens. This hearing instrument was individually
designed for your hearing impairment and is fitted
specially to your personal hearing profile.
These instructions, together with guidance from your
Hearing Care Professional, will help you understand how
your new hearing instrument works.
If you have any further questions, please contact your
Hearing Care Professional.
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Contents
3 Your Motion hearing instrument
- Motion S
- Motion M VC
- Motion M
- Motion MX
- Motion P
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4 Intended use
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5 General notes on safety
6 Handling of standard and rechargeable batteries 12
- Low battery indicator
- Inserting the battery
- Removing the battery
- Battery compartment lock
7 Inserting and removing your hearing instrument 16
- Inserting your hearing instrument
- Removing your hearing instrument
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8 Turning your hearing instrument on and off
- Via battery compartment:
- Via push button
- Via remote control
- Power-on delay
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9 Changing the hearing program
- Via push button
- Via remote control
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10 Changing the volume
- Via volume control
- Via remote control
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11 Audio input
- Attaching the audio shoe:
- Removing the audio shoe:
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12 Telephoning
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13 e2e wireless 2.0
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14 Maintenance and care
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15 Accessories
- Charger
- Remote control
- Tek wireless enhancement
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16 Troubleshooting tips
17 Technical information
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18 Disposal information
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19 Your hearing instrument configuration
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Your Motion hearing instrument
Motion S
Motion M/ DM
optional with LifeTube
optional with S-LifeTube
(battery type: 13)
(battery type: 13)
①
①
④
⑦
④
⑨
③
⑨
⑦
②
⑧
⑤
②
Features:
⑦ Program button
① Earhook
⑧ Cover for programming socket
② Battery compartment
③ Charging contacts
④ Microphone openings
⑤ Audio input
⑥ Volume control
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③
⑨ Typeplate
red = right hearing
instrument
blue = left hearing
instrument
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Your Motion hearing instrument
Motion P/ DP
Motion M VC/ DM VC
(battery type: 13)
optional with S-LifeTube
(battery type: 13)
①
①
④
④
⑥
⑥
⑨
③
⑧
⑨
⑧
⑤
②
③
⑦
⑤
②
Features:
⑦ Program button
① Earhook
⑧ Cover for programming socket
② Battery compartment
③ Charging contacts
④ Microphone openings
⑤ Audio input
⑥ Volume control
⑨ Typeplate
red = right hearing
instrument
blue = left hearing
instrument
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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 of 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
hearing instruments better.
Instruction. Indicates that something has
to be done.
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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 your hearing instruments 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.
WARNING
Choking hazard posed by small parts.
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.
 Keep
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General notes on safety
Siemens offers special hearing instruments for the fitting of infants and small children.
 Ask your Hearing Care Professional for further information.
In some countries restrictions for the usage of wireless
equipment exist.
 Refer to local authorities for further information.
NOTICE
Leaking batteries damage the hearing instruments.
batteries when the hearing instruments are
not in use for a prolonged period of time.
 Turn your hearing instruments off when not in use to
preserve the battery.
 Remove
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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General notes on safety
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CAUTION
Risk of injury caused by incorrect use of LifeTip.
 Always wear the LifeTube with the LifeTip.
 Make sure that the LifeTip is completely attached to the
LifeTip adapter.
 Change the LifeTube or LifeTip when they are cracked.
 Put the LifeTube with the LifeTip carefully and not too
deep into the ear.
 If the LifeTip remains in the ear, have it removed by a
medical professional.
 Use the LifeTube and LifeTip only in the way described
in this user guide.
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Handling of standard and rechargeable batteries
 Use
standard batteries or rechargeable
batteries in your hearing instruments.
 Always use the right size batteries.
 Charge the rechargeable batteries before
first use.
original size
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.

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.
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Handling of standard and rechargeable batteries
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Inserting the battery
the battery compartment
completely using your fingernail as
shown in the illustration.
 Open
 Insert
the proper size battery so that
the "+" symbol on the battery aligns
with the "+" marked on the battery
compartment.
 Close
the battery compartment by
gently pressing the bottom of the door
upward with your finger tip.
Do not force the door shut. If it does not
close easily, check to see if the battery
was inserted properly.
When the battery door is completely
closed, your hearing instrument is ready
for use.
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Handling of standard and rechargeable batteries
Removing the battery
 Open the battery compartment completely.
 Normally the battery drops out when
the compartment is completely open.
If the battery does not come out,
lightly tap the instrument or push the
battery out with a pencil as shown.
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.
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Handling of standard and rechargeable batteries
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Battery compartment lock
Your hearing instruments are equipped with a battery
compartment lock. This prevents the unintentional removal of the batteries from their compartment.
Lock
 Open
the battery compartment to the first stop.
the small slide to the right.
The battery compartment can now only be opened up to
the first stop.
 Push
Unlock
 Open
the battery compartment to the first stop.
the small slide to the left.
The battery compartment can now be opened
completely.
 Push
Ask your Hearing Care Professional if you need assistance.
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Inserting and removing your hearing instrument
Inserting your hearing instrument
 Turn your hearing instrument off.
 Hold the earmold / LifeTip between
your thumb and index finger and
insert it carefully into the ear canal.
You may find it helpful to pull your
ear slightly upward or to the back.
 Place your hearing instrument behind your ear.
 Turn your hearing instrument on.
Ask your Hearing Care Professional to apply colored
typeplates for side recognition. If the typeplate of your
hearing instrument is red, the hearing instrument is
intended for the right ear. If the typeplate is blue, the
hearing instrument is for the left ear.
Removing your hearing instrument
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Hold the earmold / LifeTube between your thumb and index finger
and carefully pull it out.
You may find it helpful to lightly
push your ear from the back.
Turning your hearing instrument
on and off
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Via battery compartment:
 Fully close the battery compartment to turn the hearing instrument on.
 Press the battery compartment downward to the first
stop to turn the hearing instrument off.
Via push button
 Press the push button for about 2 seconds to turn the
hearing instrument to stand-by.
 Press the push button for about 2 seconds to turn the
hearing instrument back on.
Via remote control
(not for Motion 100 series)
 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 or 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
Via push button
Your hearing instruments offer up to 5
hearing programs for specific listening environments.
Each time you press the program button,
your hearing instruments switch to the next
program, confirming each change with an
acoustic signal.
Example
your hearing instruments on.
It is automatically in program 1. You want to change to
program 2.
 Press the program button once.
You hear the acoustic signal for program 2.
You are now in program 2.
 Turn
 Press
the program button shortly to change the
program. Pressing the program button too long will
switch off the hearing instruments.
Via remote control
(not for Motion 100 series)
 Refer to the remote control user guide.
Your Hearing Care Professional can write down the personal program configuration of your hearing instrument
on page 33.Your Hearing Care Professional can activate
or deactivate the acoustic signals in your hearing instruments.
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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.
Via volume control
Should you prefer manual volume control, your Hearing
Care Professional can program the hearing instrument for
manual adjustment.

Rotate the volume control with
louder
your index finger to select the
desired listening volume.
softer
Via remote control
(not for Motion 100 series)
 Refer to the remote control user guide.
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Audio input
Your hearing instrument is equipped with an audio input.
Together with an audio shoe it enables the connection
between the hearing instrument and e.g. an FM system,
tape recorder, television or an infrared device. This way
the sound is coming directly from the sound source. That
can be useful for adults in difficult listening situations and
for children in classrooms.
NOTICE
 Use only the F5 or L5 audio shoes (labelled inside the
audio shoe). They are designed exclusively for the your
hearing instruments.
With the audio shoe L5 attached, the battery compartment switch is disabled and the hearing system can only
be switched off via push button or remote control.
With the audio shoe F5 attached, the battery compartment switch can still be used for the ON/OFF
function.
WARNING
Risk of injuries caused by electric shock!
audio input only to device conform to
IEC 60065. (IEC-Norm for audio, video and other electronic devices.)
 Connect
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Audio input
Attaching the audio shoe:
the battery compartment 1 .
 Open the audio shoe cover 2 .
 Open
 Close
the battery compartment.
2
1
 Align
the contacts of the audio shoe
with the contacts of the hearing instrument.
 Slide the audio shoe over the hearing
instrument until it snaps into the end
position.
Your Hearing Care Professional can
program your hearing systems so that
they switch automatically to the audio
shoe program if an audio shoe has
been attached.
Removing the audio shoe:
the audio shoe in the opposite direction to that for attachment and take
it off.
 Slide
 Close
the audio shoe cover.
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Telephoning
 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.
You can also select the telephone program manually by
using the program button.
When operating the hearing instrument in T-coil mode,
the wireless function may cause a pulsing noise. This
is due to pick-up of the transmission signal by the hearing instrument T-coil. When your hearing instrument
is in T-coil mode use 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 AutoPhone magnet, available as an 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.
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Telephoning
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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).
NOTICE
Magnets can disturb electrical devices and delete stored
data.
 Keep magnets away from computers, color monitors,
television sets, floppy discs, video- and audio discs and
other electronic equipment/devices.
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e2e wireless 2.0
Your hearing instruments are equipped with e2e (ear-toear) wireless 2.0 technology.
(not for Motion 100 series).
Advantages of the wireless functionality:
 Automatically adjusts both hearing instruments simultaneously to different listening situations.
 Allows use of accessories, e.g. a remote control.
 Provides synchronization of the settings in the system. If
you change the volume or program on one hearing instrument, the other hearing instrument is automatically
adjusted.
Your Hearing Care Professional can activate or deactivate
the wireless functionality of your hearing instruments.
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.
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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
not put the hearing instruments in
water.
 Do
 Clean
your hearing instruments with a soft, dry tissue,
as necessary.
 Place your hearing instruments in a "dry aid kit" with a
special moisture-attracting capsule overnight.
 Ask your Hearing Care Professional for special care sets
and further information on how to keep your hearing
instruments in good condition.
For instruments with LifeTube:
clean LifeTubes with a cleaningwire.
 Ask your Hearing Care Professional to exchange LifeTubes and LifeTips approximately every 3 to 6 months
or as needed.
 Regulary
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Accessories
Charger
Your hearing instruments work with standard or rechargeable batteries. With the easy-to-use charger you can
charge the rechargeable batteries for one or two hearing
instruments. After just five hours of charging, the charger
shuts itself off and the hearing instruments are ready to
run for a day.
For detailed information
and instructions refer to the
charger user guide or ask
your Hearing Care Professional.
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Accessories
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Remote control
(not for Motion 100 series)
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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Accessories
Tek wireless enhancement
(not for Motion 100 series)
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.
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Troubleshooting tips
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Your hearing instruments are extremely reliable devices.
Should a problem occur, it can usually be corrected
quickly. Use these troubleshooting tips to resolve simple
issues.
Problem
Possible solution
Sound is weak
Replace / recharge empty battery.
Clean earmold.
Increase volume
Instrument
emits whistling
sound
Try reinserting the earmold until it fits
securely.
Lower volume.
Sound is
distorted
Lower volume.
Replace / recharge empty battery.
Clean earmold.
Instrument
emits signal
tones
Gently close battery compartment
completely.
Replace / recharge empty battery.
Instrument
does not work
Check if the hearing instrument is turned on.
Gently close battery compartment
completely.
Replace / recharge empty battery.
Make sure battery is inserted
correctly.
Wait 18 seconds and check again.
If you still encounter problems after trying these suggestions, consult your Hearing Care Professional.
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Technical information
Operating frequencies: Fc=3.28 MHz
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Siemens Audiologische Technik GmbH could void the users
authority to operate the equipment.
Siemens Motion 700, Motion 500, Motion 300
FCC ID: SGI-WL002BTE
IC: 267AB-WL002
N14203
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and
with RSS-210 of Industry Canada.
Operation is subject to the following conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
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Technical information
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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, 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 into 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
Within the European Union, the marked equipment is covered by "Directive 2002/96/EC of
the European Parliament and of the Council of
27 January 2003 on waste electrical and electronical equipment".
Amended by "Directive 2003/108/EC" (WEEE).
 Recycle
your hearing instrument, batteries and accessories according to national regulations.
With the CE marking Siemens confirms compliance
with the European Directive 93/42/EEC concerning
0123
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
Hearing instrument
LEFT
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
5
Remote control
Model
Serial
number
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Document No. A91SAT-00624-99T6-7600
Order/Item No. 104 202 04
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