RC-P Remote User Guide

RC-P Remote User Guide
RC-P Remote Control
User Guide
www.sonici.com
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Table of Contents
Warnings and Safety Guidelines
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Introduction
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Features
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Battery Insertion and Replacement
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Operating your Hearing Instruments
with the Remote Control
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Operating Distance
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Lock Switch
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Volume Control
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Program Cycle Button
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Mute Button
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Status Light
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Lanyard Ring
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Protection Sleeve
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Care of Your Remote Control
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Environmental Protection
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International Warranty 30
Declarations of Conformity 31
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Warnings and Safety Guidelines
•• You should familiarize yourself completely with this
booklet before using your remote control.
•• The remote control should not be used in an aircraft.
•• A discharged battery should be removed as soon as
possible.
•• Used batteries should be returned to your battery
supplier or hearing care professional.
•• Never dispose of batteries by burning them. There is a
risk that they may explode and cause injury.
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•• Never dispose of batteries with household waste.
They can cause environmental pollution.
•• Never try to recharge non-rechargeable batteries.
•• Keep new and used batteries away from young
children or persons of mental incapacity.
If swallowed, seek i­mmediate medical advice.
•• The remote control is not approved to be operated
in explosive environments. Do not use it in mines or
other environments with explosive hazards.
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•• The remote control uses digital inductive signals
to transmit commands to the hearing instruments.
Although extremely unlikely, concerns have been
raised that this signal could possibly interfere with
medical devices such as pacemakers.
•• As an additional precaution, we advise pacemaker
recipients not to carry and use the remote control in
a breast pocket or around the neck.
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•• Attention The remote control is not a toy and should
under no circumstances be passed on to infants or
small children (under 36 months).
•• For security reasons the lanyard ends should never
be tied together. Use the fastener provided.
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Introduction
Remote Control (RC-P)
This booklet describes how to get the most from your
new Sonic remote control. Please follow these
­instructions for care and use.
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Features
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2
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Program cycle button
Volume control
Mute button
Status light
Lanyard ring
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6 Battery cover
7 Lock switch
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Battery Insertion and Replacement
The remote control uses a CR2 type battery.
To insert a new battery:
•• Gently slide the battery cover off. (A)
A
B
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•• Make sure that the “+” sign on the battery matches
with the “+” sign in the battery compartment.
•• Place the battery in the compartment making sure
that the battery is properly positioned at both ends. (B)
•• Replace the battery cover, then slide it closed.
Please note:
•• The battery cover should never be forced. If force is
­required to close the cover, check the alignment and
­reposition it so that it slides easily into place.
•• Battery life will vary depending on conditions of use.
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Operating your Hearing Instruments
with the Remote Control
Your hearing instruments can be operated by using the
buttons on your remote control. If you have hearing
instruments fitted to both ears, the remote control will
adjust both at the same time.
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Operating Distance
With the remote control, you can operate your hearing
­instruments from a distance of up to 3 feet / 1 meter.
A direct line of sight between the remote control and
your hearing instruments is not required.
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Lock Switch
Your remote control is equipped with a lock switch to
prevent accidental operation.
A
Unlocked = Green dot visible
B
Locked = Green dot hidden
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•• Your remote control is "unlocked" and ready for use
when the green dot is visible. (A)
•• Your remote control is "locked" when the green dot is
hidden. Your remote control buttons are deactivated.
(B)
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Volume Control
The volume of your hearing instruments may be adjusted
by using the volume control.
Press “+” to increase volume (louder)
Press “–” to decrease volume (softer)
Increase volume
Decrease volume
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Program Cycle Button
To cycle through the hearing instrument programs with
the remote control, press the ∙ button. Each push will
advance the hearing instrument to the next program in
the cycle.
Program cycle button
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Mute Button
The remote control is equipped with a mute button. By
pressing this button, the remote control directs the
hearing instruments to a mute mode.
Mute Button
Press the * button to access the mute function. To
unmute the hearing instruments with the remote
control press any button.
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Status Light
The status light indicates the remote control operation.
It will blink after each button press. Two possibilities will
be seen.
Red blinking indicates that the remote control is locked.
To unlock, position the lock switch so that the green dot
is visible.
Green indicates that the remote control is unlocked and
has sent a command to your hearing instruments.
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Status Light
Status light
If the light does not blink
after a button is pressed,
the battery needs to be
replaced.
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Lanyard Ring
For your convenience, it is possible to attach the remote
control to a lanyard. In order to mount the lanyard, pull
out the ring which is found near the battery compartment. Thread the cord through the ring to attach it to
your remote control.
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Protection Sleeve
Purpose: You can safeguard the appearance of your
remote control from scratches by using the supplied
protection sleeve.
Use: Insertion – Gently push the remote control into
the protection sleeve opening. Removal – Press with
your thumb on the material directly opposite to the
protection sleeve opening to expose the end of your
remote control, then gently pull it out.
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Care of Your Remote Control
•• When changing the battery or cleaning the remote
control, hold it over a soft surface to avoid damage if it
is accidentally dropped.
•• Clean the remote control regularly with a dry cloth or
tissue.
•• Avoid getting the remote control wet.
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•• Never attempt to dry the remote control with a hair
dryer, in a microwave oven or with any other heating
device.
•• The remote control should never be exposed to
extreme heat, such as on the dashboard or in the
glove box of your car.
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Environmental Protection
Help to protect the environment by not disposing of your
remote control or batteries with your unsorted
­household waste. Please recycle your remote control
and batteries or return them to your hearing healthcare
provider for disposal. Contact your ­hearing healthcare
provider for more information.
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International Warranty
The Sonic remote control is covered by a limited
­warranty, covering defects in materials and workmanship, for a period of 12 months from the date of delivery.
This w
­ arranty covers the remote control itself, but not
accessories such as batteries.
This warranty becomes invalid if a defect is a result of
­misuse or maltreatment.
This warranty is void if non-authorized personnel have
repaired the remote control. Please review the warranty
card with your hearing care provider and make sure that
your warranty card is completed correctly.
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Declarations of Conformity
Hereby, Sonic AG, declares that the RC-P remote control
is in compliance with the essential requirements and
other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC and
Directive 93/42/EEC. A copy of the declaration of
­conformity can be obtained at the following addresses:
Sonic Innovations, Inc.
2501 Cottontail Lane
Somerset, NJ 08873
USA
Sonic AG
Morgenstrasse 131B
3018 Bern
Switzerland
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This device and its radio communication parts are
approved for use in the following countries:
All member states of the EU and EFTA and AU, CA, JP,
NZ and US.
FCC ID: ZTORCP1
IC: 9799A-RCP1
N14279
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This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and
with RSS-210 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to
the following two 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. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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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
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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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This Class B digital apparatus complies with
Canadian ICES-003.
This device emits according to following standard:
ETSI EN 300 330 – 1 V1.5.1
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Notes
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Notes
World Headquarters
Sonic Innovations, Inc.
2501 Cottontail Lane
Somerset, NJ USA
08873
+1 888 423 7834
International
Sonic AG
Morgenstrasse 131B
3018 Bern
+41 31 560 21 21
Australia
Sonic Innovations Pty Ltd
3 Unley Road
Parkside, SA 5063
Australia
800 807 022 (Within Australia)
+61 8 8373 5722 (Outside Australia)
Canada
Sonic Innovations Canada Ltd.
920 Industriel Blvd
Terrebonne, Quebec
J6Y 1X1 Canada
+1 800 667 7664
France
Sonic France
37/39, rue J.B. Charcot – BP 314
92402 Courbevoie Cedex, France
+33 1 41 88 00 80
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Sonic Innovations Inc.
2501 Cottontail Lane
Somerset NJ, 08873, US
1-888-678-4327
11.11/4001550
www.sonici.com
Sonic AG
Morgenstrasse 131B
3018 Bern, Switzerland
+41 31 560 21 21
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