SOUNDGATE MIC

SOUNDGATE MIC
Instructions for Use
SOUNDGATE MIC
For use with SoundGate 3
Table of Contents
General Warnings and Safety Guidelines
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Introduction8
SoundGate Mic Overview
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How the SoundGate Mic Works
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Wearing the SoundGate Mic 11
Charging the SoundGate Mic for Use
12
Power Indication
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Pairing to SoundGate 3
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Setting Up the SoundGate Mic
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Pause/Re-start Sound from the SoundGate Mic 19
Turn Off the SoundGate Mic
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Important Additional Information
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Congratulations on the purchase of your new
SoundGate Mic. The SoundGate Mic is intended to
be used to improve communication by sending the
speaker’s voice directly to the hearing aids of the
user. This allows the hearing aid user to hear the
speaker better even in difficult listening
environments.
This guide offers the instructions necessary to get
you on your way to better communication.
Please read the entire contents of this booklet
before using your SoundGate Mic. It contains
instructions and important information about
its use and handling.
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General Warnings and Safety Guidelines
Familiarize yourself with the following general
warnings before using your SoundGate Mic.
Hazard Warnings
The SoundGate Mic is not a toy and should be
kept away from children and anyone else who
might swallow parts or otherwise cause injury to
themselves. Special attention should be paid to
the smaller components in order to prevent
swallowing or choking. If a part is swallowed,
see a medical doctor immediately.
Never expose the SoundGate Mic to excessive
heat, such as putting it in an oven, microwave,
burning it or leaving it inside a parked car in the
sun. There is a risk in these events that it will
explode and cause serious injury.
If by accident the neck strap should get caught
on something while the user is wearing it, the
neck strap is constructed to break automatically.
Therefore, never try to shorten or modify the
neck strap in an unauthorized way. The neck
strap should not be used for children who weigh
less than 11 kg (24 lbs).
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The SoundGate Mic should not be used in an
aircraft unless specifically permitted by the flight
personnel
The SoundGate Mic is designed to comply with
the most stringent Standards of International
Electromagnetic Compatibility. However, the
SoundGate Mic might cause interference with
other medical devices such as defibrillators and
pacemakers.
··Please contact the manufacturer of your
implantable device for information about the
risk of disturbance
··Immediately remove the SoundGate Mic if
interference is suspected. Do not use the
SoundGate Mic and seek advice.
Interference can also be caused by power line
disturbances, airport metal detectors,
electromagnetic fields from other medical
devices, radio signals and electrostatic
discharges
The safety of recharging batteries with the USB
connector is determined by the external
equipment which should be UL approved or
comply with IEC-60065, IEC-60950, IEC-60601
or other equivalent safety standards
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Introduction
The following items are included in your SoundGate
Mic package:
Instructions for Use
SOUNDGATE MIC
For use with SoundGate 3
SoundGate Mic
Model: MIC-110
Instruction for use
Power adapter (charger)
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Neck strap
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SoundGate Mic Overview
LED indicatorPower indicator
ON/OFF button
Noise detector
(do not cover)
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How the SoundGate Mic Works
The SoundGate Mic will transmit speech from the
speaker directly to the hearing aid wearer.
A microphone will only work with one SoundGate
at a time.
Microphone
Up to 15 meters
(49 feet)
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Wearing the SoundGate Mic
The SoundGate Mic should be in direct line with the
speaker’s mouth within a distance of 10 to 20 cm
(4 to 8 inches).
Wearing with clip
Wearing with neck strap
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Charging the SoundGate Mic for Use
To charge the microphone, connect the power
adapter to the mini USB connector at the bottom of
the microphone.
Battery charge
connector (mini USB)
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Power Indication
The power indicator on the top of the SoundGate Mic
will help you monitor the status of your battery life
and/or charging.
Constant
red light
Blinking
green light
Constant
green light
Low battery
Charging
Fully charged
Maximum
20 minutes speaking
time ­remaining
After approx.
1.5 hours of
charging, device
will ­operate for up
to 5 hours
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Pairing to SoundGate 3
(do this only once)
1. Place the SoundGate 3 in pairing mode
by pressing the SoundGate 3 power key for
5 – 6 seconds. The SoundGate 3 LED indicator will
turn blue and flash rapidly. “Pairing mode” is now
active.
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Power key
SN2_ILLU_TopLedFlashingBlue_HI
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2. Place the SoundGate Mic in pairing mode
by pressing the ON/OFF button for 5 – 6 seconds.
The SoundGate Mic LED indicator will turn orange
and flash rapidly. “Pairing mode” is now active.
6 secs
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3. Wait up to 1 minute. The SoundGate 3 auxiliary
input key and the SoundGate Mic LED indicator
will turn orange. Pairing is now complete.
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SN2_ILLU_SoundgateProfile_HI
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SN2_ILLU_AuxKeyOrange_HI
Setting Up the SoundGate Mic
1. Ensure SoundGate 3 is turned on by giving a
1 – 2 second press of the power key. The
SoundGate 3 LED indicator will illuminate green.
2. Turn on the SoundGate Mic by giving a short
press of the ON/OFF key. The power indicator will
illuminate green and the LED indicator will blink
orange until it locates the paired SoundGate 3
device. The LED indicator will then illuminate
orange (steady).
SN2_ILLU_GreenLed_HI
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3. Double press (2x) the auxiliary input key on
the SoundGate 3 to begin streaming sound from
the microphone
Double press (2 x)
SN2_ILLU_SoundgateProfile_HI
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SN2_ILLU_AuxKeyOrange_HI
Pause/Re-start Sound from the
SoundGate Mic
1. Give one short press of the auxiliary input key
on the SoundGate 3 to pause sound from the
microphone
One press (1 x)
2. Double press (2x) the auxiliary input key on
the SoundGate 3 to resume sound from the
microphone
Double press (2 x)
SN2_ILLU_AuxKeyOrange_HI
SN2_ILLU_AuxKeyOrange_HI
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Turn Off the SoundGate Mic
Press and hold the SoundGate Mic ON/OFF key
for 2 – 3 seconds until the power indicator is off.
2 – 3
secs
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Important Additional Information
The SoundGate Mic contains a radio transmitter
using a frequency hopping technology working in the
ISM-band at 2.4 GHz.
The peak conducted output power of the transmitter
is less than 6 dBm and the antenna is a small PCB
antenna with a directional gain of less than 2 dBi
(dB over an isotropical or omni-directional antenna).
The emission power from the SoundGate Mic is
below international emission limits for Human
Exposure. The SoundGate Mic ­complies with
inter­national standards concerning Electromagnetic
­Compatibility.
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USA and Canada
Due to the limited size available on the device, many
of the relevant approval markings are found in this
document. This instrument is certified under:
FCC ID: 2ACAHMIC110
IC: 11936A-MIC110
The device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules
and RSS-210 of Industry Canada.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
This device may not cause harmful interference.
This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation. Note: 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
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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
Caution
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
SBO Hearing A/S hereby declares that this
SoundGate Mic is in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of
Directive 1999/5/EC.
Declaration of conformity is available at:
SBO Hearing A/S
Kongebakken 9
2765 Smørum
Denmark
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144910/UK
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9.0 mm
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19 mm
Placeholder
for FSC logo
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8,15 mm
<
15 mm >
1177
E2831
0000144910000001
Waste from electronic
equipment must be
handled according to local
regulations.
05.16/BAG/144910/UK/subject to change
SBO Hearing A/S
Kongebakken 9
2765 Smørum
Denmark
www.sbohearing.com
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