how to use the Nucleus 5
Cochlear Nucleus 5 CP810 Sound Processor Advanced User Interface Coil Coil Magnet Microphones Indicator Light Upper Button Lower Button Removable Coil Cable Earhook Processor Unit Accessory Socket Cover Battery Module In this arrangement the battery is worn on the body – you cannot use this arrangement with the compact rechargeable battery module LiteWear Cable LiteWear Fixing Aid LiteWear Case All about batteries and the battery module Locking the battery unit on to the processor It is possible to lock the battery module (including the LiteWear option) on to the processor. To do this open the accessory socket cover. The lock is situated below the accessories socket. Push the lock to the left using a small screwdriver. Locking the battery cover on to the battery holder To prevent children from removing the battery cover, it is possible to lock it on to the holder. To do this use a small screwdriver to turn the lock in a clockwise direction until it is in a horizontal position (from 12 o’clock to 3 o’clock). To unlock it, do the reverse but be careful not to overturn the lock. To detach the battery module Gently twist the battery module to your left and the processing unit to your right until the two parts separate. To attach the battery module Hold the battery module and the processing unit so they touch. The battery module should face to the left and the processing unit to the right of the final position. Twist the battery module and the processing unit until the two parts fit into place. Low batteries Continuous flashing orange light means that the battery is empty so you need to replace the batteries or recharge it. To change the disposable batteries Make sure the battery cover is not locked on (see above). Pull the battery cover down. Remove the batteries using fingers or the coil magnet and replace carefully. To charge the rechargeable battery module Remove the battery module (see above). Place rechargeable module in the charger at a slight angle and then rotate clockwise until it is aligned with the arrow indicator. Batteries take four hours to recharge. A steady green light indicates that the battery is fully charged. Simple and Advanced Interface for the CP810 Simple User Interface Advanced User Interface You are able to switch on/off, change the program and select the telecoil without using the Remote Assistant You are able to switch on/off, change the program and select the telecoil. In addition you can adjust either the volume or microphone sensitivity without using the Remote Assistant. Turn on On the processor, press and hold down the lower button for at least one second. Green lights will flash on the processor when it turns on. The number of green flashes indicates the program number (1-4). Turn off To turn it off, press and hold both the upper and the lower button together for at least one second until you see a steady orange light. Change program When the processor is on, push the lower button and hold. Each time you press it, it will go up to the next program. The number of the program is indicated by the number of green flashes. Change sensitivity or volume If you have Advanced User Interface, you can adjust sensitivity or volume by pressing the upper button to increase and the lower button to decrease. There will be a flash of green as you change it. Switch to Telecoil Press the upper button. A single long green flash confirms that the telecoil is activated. To turn it off, press the upper button again, the same green flash will appear. It is possible to have the processor programmed so the telecoil works automatically. You can’t use the telecoil while using an accessory. Button lock feature – for younger children who may ‘accidentally’ change the settings. To lock the buttons, briefly press both the upper and lower buttons at the same time. A flash of orange followed by a green flash will confirm this. It the buttons are locked, there will be an orange flash if you try to press any of them. To remove the button lock, briefly press both the upper and lower buttons at the same time. Another orange and then green flash will confirm this. CR110 Remote Assistant Display Light shows if assistant is charged and if it is paired to the processor Upper Left Soft Key Upper Right Soft Key Keypad Lock and Unlock Slider Toggle Button for Telecoil Lower Left Soft Key Lower Right Soft Key Scroll Up or Increase Volume Move Right or Increase Sensitivity Cochlear Key – On/Off Home Screen Processor Status Scroll Down or Decrease Volume Move left or decrease sensitivity USB Cable Socket Using the Remote Assistant: You will need to turn the processor itself on: Turn on the processor On the processor, press and hold down the lower button for at least one second. Green lights will flash on the processor when it turns on. The number of green flashes indicates the program number (1-4). Now you need to use the Remote Assistant The processor and the Remote Assistant need to be within two metres of each other. You do not need to point the assistant at the processor. Turning the Remote Assistant on and off Press and hold down the Cochlear key for a couple of seconds. The screen will light up. To turn it off, press and hold down the Cochlear key until the screen turns off. You will see a steady blue light on the Remote Assistant when the assistant and the processor are communicating with each other. Flashing blue light means there is no communication. Check the processor is on and near enough to the assistant. Checking the battery When the screen lights up there will be an icon indicating the level of battery charge of the Remote Assistant. See below for charging. Change program The program currently selected is displayed on the screen. These may be displayed as ‘Every day’, ‘Noise’ ‘Focus’ or ‘Music’ or program numbers 1-4. To change between these two labelling options, press and hold the two upper soft keys. The different programs are displayed on the screen. Press the soft white key above or below the program you want to select. Change volume Press the upper silver edge key just above the Cochlear key to turn the volume up. Press the lower silver edge key just below the Cochlear key to turn the volume down. The default volume is usually 10 and is indicated by a small orange square on the screen (for unilateral users). Change sensitivity To increase sensitivity press the silver edge key to the right of the Cochlear key. To decrease sensitivity press the silver edge key to the left of the Cochlear key. The default sensitivity setting is usually 12 and is indicated by a small orange square on the screen (for unilateral users). Switch to Telecoil Press the telecoil toggle on the side of the assistant quickly. A black icon for telecoil will appear on the screen. To switch off use another quick press on the toggle button and the icon will disappear. It is also possible to have automatic telecoil enabled by the clinician. When this is enabled you can see a green telecoil icon with the word ‘auto’ on the screen when the telecoil is enabled to look for a telecoil. When it finds one and switches the telecoil on this icon becomes black. You can switch off the telecoil using a quick press on the telecoil toggle button (as above). Button lock feature This stops settings being accidentally changed when the Remote Assistant is in your bag or pocket. To lock the buttons, slide the keypad locker on the side of the assistant downwards. To unlock it, slide the locker upwards. If the Cochlear key does not work or your Remote Assistant display freezes, you can press the Hard Reset button on the back of the Remote Assistant to reset your assistant. Attaching accessories You can attach the following accessories to the processor using the accessories socket: • Lapel microphone • Freedom Monitor Earphones • Personal audio cable (for use with battery operated devices) • Bilateral personal audio cable • Mains isolation cable (for use with mains operated devices) • FM cables • Freedom Accessory Adaptor for use with Freedom Monitor Earphones and other Freedom accessories. - Carefully lift the accessory socket cover with a fingernail or small screwdriver. - Align the connector on the end of the cable or on the adaptor with the socket. - Gently push the connector into the socket. - The processor will automatically detect that an accessory is being used. When you have finished using the accessory, remove the cable. Checking the Coil You can check the coil by putting it on the back of the Remote Assistant. Place the coil on the area indicated. If it is not working, there will be no display on the assistant. An animation will display on the assistant if the coil is receiving sound signals, this is an indication that the coil is transmitting but does not indicate the quality of the signal. Monitor earphones In order to connect the monitor headphones, you will need to use the Freedom Accessory Adaptor. • Connect the Freedom Monitor Earphones to the Freedom Accessory Adaptor. • Lift the accessory socket cover of the processor and connect the other end of the Freedom Accessory Adaptor to the accessory socket. • If you wish to test an accessory, connect it into the Freedom Monitor Earphones.
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