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CP810 and CR110 Docupack Addendum
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Descriptions of symbols within this Guide
Warning (harmful)
Potential safety hazards and serious
adverse reactions.
Could cause harm to person.
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Contents
Introduction ....................................................................................................... 5
About this addendum ................................................................................ 5
CP810 Sound Processor .................................................................................. 7
Using the LiteWear ..................................................................................... 7
Attaching and detaching the LiteWear Cable .................................8
Locking and unlocking the LiteWear Cable ................................... 10
Using the LiteWear Case ....................................................................11
Attaching and detaching the LiteWear Fixing Aid ........................ 13
Using the Tamper Resistant Earhook .................................................... 16
Replacing microphone protectors ......................................................... 18
Removing microphone protectors .................................................. 18
Inserting new microphone protectors ............................................ 19
Using a Coil Spacer ...................................................................................22
Auto Processor Off ...................................................................................23
Care and maintenance of standard battery modules
(disposable batteries) ...............................................................................24
Updates to the Cochlear™ Nucleus® CP800 and CR100 Series Product
Catalogue ......................................................................................................... 27
Coil magnet strengths ............................................................................. 27
Erratum .............................................................................................................29
Cochlear ™ Nucleus® CP800 and CR100 Series
Product Catalogue ....................................................................................29
Coil spacer ............................................................................................29
Dry-Brik® Desiccant ............................................................................29
Battery chargers and cables .............................................................29
Cochlear Nucleus CP810 Sound Processor User Guide and Cochlear
Nucleus CP810 Sound Processor and Cochlear Nucleus CR110
Remote Assistant Troubleshooting Guide .......................................... 30
References to replacing microphone protectors ......................... 30
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Introduction
About this addendum
This document is a supplement to the documentation that you received
with your Cochlear™ Nucleus® CP810 Sound Processor and Cochlear
Nucleus CR110 Remote Assistant.
The document contains the following information:
•
Instructions for:
•
Using the Cochlear Nucleus CP800 Series LiteWear.
•
Using the Cochlear Nucleus CP800 Series Tamper Resistant
Earhook.
•
Replacing microphone protectors.
•
Using the Cochlear Nucleus CP800 Series Coil Spacer.
•
Auto Processor Off feature.
•
Care and maintenance of standard battery modules (disposable
batteries)
•
Updates to the Cochlear Nucleus CP800 and CR100 Series
Product Catalogue.
•
Erratum.
The Cochlear Nucleus CP810 Sound Processor User Guide and the
Important Information Booklet contain important safety information
about your sound processor. It is important that you read and
understand these warnings and precautions before using your sound
processor.
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Using the LiteWear
The Cochlear™ Nucleus® CP800 Series LiteWear allows the battery
module to be attached to the body. The processing unit is worn behind
the ear and is connected to the battery module by the Cochlear
Nucleus CP800 Series LiteWear Cable.
The Cochlear Nucleus CP800 Series LiteWear Case protects and holds
the battery module securely. The LiteWear Case can be connected to
your clothing with a Cochlear Nucleus CP800 Series LiteWear Fixing
Aid.
You cannot use a Cochlear Nucleus CP800 Series Compact
Rechargeable Battery Module or a Cochlear Nucleus CP800 Series
Sound Processor Cover with the LiteWear Cable.
1
2
3
4
1.
Processing unit
2.
LiteWear Cable upper
shoe locking latch
(on the processing
unit)
3.
LiteWear Cable upper
shoe
4.
LiteWear Cable
5.
LiteWear Cable lower
shoe
6.
LiteWear Fixing Aid
(Alligator Clip)
7.
LiteWear Case
8.
Battery module
9.
LiteWear Cable lower
shoe locking latch
(on the lower shoe)
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6
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Figure 1: LiteWear
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Attaching and detaching the LiteWear Cable
To attach the LiteWear Cable:
1.
If the battery module is
attached to the processing
unit, detach it from the
processing unit.
2.
Hold the processing unit
and the upper shoe of
the LiteWear cable (cable
end that connects to the
processing unit) so they
touch. The upper shoe
should face to the left and
the processing unit to the
right of the final position.
3.
Gently twist the processing
unit and the upper shoe
until the two parts fit.
4.
Hold the battery module
and the lower shoe of the
LiteWear cable (cable end
that connects to the battery
module) so they touch. The
lower shoe should face to
the right and the battery
module to the left of the
final position.
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5.
Gently twist the battery module and the lower shoe until the
two parts fit.
To detach the LiteWear Cable:
1.
Ensure that the LiteWear
3.
Cable is unlocked. For more
information, see Locking
and unlocking the LiteWear
Cable.
2.
Hold the processing unit in
one hand and the LiteWear
Cable in the other hand.
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Gently twist the upper shoe
of the LiteWear Cable to
the left and the processing
unit to the right until the
two parts separate.
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4.
Hold the battery module in 5.
one hand and the LiteWear
Cable in the other hand.
Gently twist the lower shoe
of the LiteWear Cable to
the right and the battery
module to the left until the
two parts separate.
Locking and unlocking the LiteWear Cable
You can lock the processing unit and the battery module to the
LiteWear Cable. This reduces the risk of children detaching the battery
module or the processing unit from the LiteWear Cable.
To lock the processing unit to the LiteWear Cable:
1.
Attach the LiteWear Cable
to the processing unit.
2.
Lift the accessory socket
cover on the processing
unit to reveal the lock.
It is located below the
accessory socket.
3.
Using a pair of tweezers
or a screwdriver, push the
latch to the left to lock
the processing unit to the
LiteWear Cable.
To unlock, push the latch to the right.
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To lock the battery module to the LiteWear Cable:
1.
Attach the LiteWear Cable
to the battery module.
2.
Using a pair of tweezers
or a screwdriver, push the
latch on the lower shoe of
the LiteWear Cable to the
left.
To unlock, push the latch to the right.
Using the LiteWear Case
You can use the LiteWear Case to protect and hold the battery
module securely. The LiteWear Case has a safety feature to reduce
the risk of children removing the battery module from the case. The
LiteWear Case can be attached to the body with a LiteWear Fixing Aid.
You cannot use the LiteWear Case with the Compact Rechargeable
Battery Module.
Figure 2: LiteWear Case
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To insert the battery module into the LiteWear Case:
1.
If a LiteWear Fixing Aid is not already attached to the LiteWear
Case, attach it before inserting the battery module into the
LiteWear Case. For more information, see Attaching and
detaching the LiteWear Fixing Aid.
2.
Hold the LiteWear Case in one hand and the lower end of the
cable shoe in the other hand.
3.
Insert the battery module
into the LiteWear Case by
gently pushing on the lower
end of the cable shoe. The
Battery Module can be
inserted both ways.
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4.
Continue pushing on the
cable shoe until the battery
module is fully inserted and
clicks into place.
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To remove the battery module from the LiteWear Case:
1.
Hold the LiteWear Case
with both hands.
2.
Slightly pull the top of the
LiteWear Case away from
the lower end of the cable
shoe.
3.
Remove the battery
module by pushing it from
the bottom.
Attaching and detaching the LiteWear Fixing Aid
You can use a LiteWear Fixing Aid to attach the LiteWear Case to your
clothing.
Three different fixing aids are available:
•
Cochlear Nucleus CP800 Series LiteWear Fixing Aid (Alligator
Clip).
•
Cochlear Nucleus CP800 Series LiteWear Fixing Aid (Hook &
Loop).
•
Cochlear Nucleus CP800 Series LiteWear Fixing Aid (Safety Pin).
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3
1
Figure 3: LiteWear Fixing Aids: Hook & Loop (1), Safety Pin (2) and Alligator Clip (3)
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To attach the LiteWear Fixing Aid to the LiteWear Case:
3.
Align the hooks on the side
of the LiteWear Case with
the hooks on the LiteWear
Fixing Aid so they touch.
The LiteWear Fixing Aid
should be positioned at a
slight angle.
1.
Ensure that the battery
module has not been
inserted into the LiteWear
Case.
2.
Hold the LiteWear Case in
one hand and the LiteWear
Fixing Aid in the other hand.
4.
Rotate the LiteWear Fixing Aid in a clockwise direction until it
clicks into place.
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To detach the LiteWear Fixing Aid from the LiteWear Case:
1.
Remove the battery
module from the LiteWear
Case.
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2.
Rotate the LiteWear Fixing
Aid in an anti-clockwise
direction until you detach it
from the LiteWear Case.
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Using the Tamper Resistant Earhook
The Cochlear Nucleus CP800 Series Tamper Resistant Earhook allows
you to lock the earhook to the processing unit. This reduces the risk of
children detaching the earhook from the processing unit.
To attach the tamper resistant earhook:
1.
Attach the tamper resistant 2.
earhook to the processing
unit, ensuring that the
hole on the earhook is
aligned with the hole on
3.
the earhook end of the
processing unit.
Insert the earhook fitting
pin into the hole on the flat
end of the earhook fitting
tool.
Partially insert the earhook
fitting pin into the hole on
the earhook.
For more information on
attaching the earhook
to the processing unit,
refer to the CP810 Sound
Processor User Guide that
you received with your
processor documentation.
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4.
Push the earhook fitting pin in with the earhook fitting tool until
the pin is fully inserted. Ensure that the pin does not protrude
from either side of the earhook.
To remove the tamper resistant earhook:
1.
Hold the processor between 3.
the thumb and index finger.
2.
Insert the pointed end of the
earhook fitting tool into the
hole on the earhook.
4.
Push the earhook fitting tool
in to remove the earhook
fitting pin. Do not use too
much force when pushing
the earhook fitting pin out
as it could damage the
earhook fitting tool.
Remove the tamper
resistant earhook by rotating
it downwards.
Do not let children attach or remove the tamper resistant earhook
without adult supervision.
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Replacing microphone protectors
Microphone protectors are designed to protect the microphones
from dirt and moisture. It is important that you keep the microphone
protectors in place at all times.
Removing microphone protectors
The Cochlear Nucleus CP800 Series Microphone Protector Removal
Tool allows you to remove the microphone protectors from the
processing unit. You can also use a needle or pin (e.g. safety pin).
To remove the microphone protectors:
1.
Hold the processor in one
hand and the Microphone
Protector Removal Tool (or
needle or pin) in the other
hand.
2.
Align the Microphone
Protector Removal Tool
(or needle or pin) with the
recess on either side of
the microphone hole. Do
not insert the Microphone
Protector Removal Tool (or
needle or pin) directly into
the hole as it could damage
the microphone.
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3.
Gently lift the microphone
protector out with the
Microphone Protector
Removal Tool (or needle or
pin).
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Inserting new microphone protectors
You can insert the microphone protectors using the Cochlear Nucleus
CP800 Series Microphone Protector Applicator, or your fingers.
To insert the microphone protectors using the Microphone Protector
Applicator:
1.
Hold the processor in one
hand and the Microphone
Protector Applicator in the
other hand. The top side of
the Microphone Protector
Applicator (side with the
tabs on the sides of the
protector) should face
upwards.
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2.
Align the microphone
protector with the
microphone protector hole
on the processing unit.
The tabs on the sides of
the microphone protector
should align with the
recesses on the sides of the
microphone hole.
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3.
Push the Microphone
Protector Applicator
downwards until the
microphone protector is
placed in the microphone
hole.
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4.
Lift the Microphone
Protector Applicator to snap
off the protector.
5.
When inserted properly,
the top surface of the
microphone protector
should align with the top of
the spine of the processing
unit. If the top surface of
the microphone protector is
positioned above the spine,
re-insert the microphone
protector.
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To insert the microphone protectors with your fingers:
1.
Hold the microphone
3.
protector between your
thumb and index finger
with the top side of the
microphone protector facing
upwards.
2.
Place the microphone
protector on the spine of the
processing unit.
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Gently slide the microphone
protector towards the
microphone hole until the
microphone protector is
correctly positioned over
the microphone hole. The
tabs on the sides of the
microphone protector
should align with the
recesses on the sides of the
microphone hole.
4.
Push the microphone
protector into the
microphone hole.
5.
Check that the top surface
of the microphone protector
is aligned with the top of the
spine of the processing unit.
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Using a Coil Spacer
If your coil magnet is too strong, it may cause discomfort or skin
irritation. You can reduce magnet strength by using a weaker magnet.
If this does not resolve the problem, you can use a Cochlear Nucleus
CP800 Series Coil Spacer. In some cases where the coil is too close to
the implant, the coil spacer can improve coil performance.
Your clinician will let you know if you need to use a coil spacer.
To place the coil spacer on the coil:
1.
Hold the coil between the
thumb and index finger
with the underside of the
coil facing up.
2.
Hold the coil spacer in the
other hand and align the
coil spacer clips with the
slots on both sides of the
coil.
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3.
Clip the coil spacer into
place. Do not force the coil
spacer into place. It should
fit easily.
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To remove the coil spacer from the coil:
1.
Hold the coil between the
thumb and index finger
with the coil spacer side
facing up.
2.
Lift the coil spacer out with
your fingers.
Auto Processor Off
Your processor automatically turns off when the coil is off (e.g. coil
is not placed on your head) for more than two minutes. The coil-off
indicator light (flashes of orange) flashes until the processor turns off.
If you change a processor setting (using either the processor buttons or
the CR110 Remote Assistant) while the coil-off indicator light is flashing,
the processor will turn off two minutes after making the change.
Your clinician can enable or disable the Auto Processor Off feature.
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Care and maintenance of standard battery
modules (disposable batteries)
Without proper care and maintenance, moisture or sweat due to
humidity or an active life style (e.g. sports) can damage your standard
battery module. To protect your standard battery module, follow the
guidance in this section.
Using the Zephyr Dry and Store to store your processor:
1.
Wipe the processor with
a soft dry cloth before
removing the battery
cover.
2.
Remove the battery cover
from the battery holder.
3.
4.
Remove the disposable
batteries (zinc air batteries)
from the battery holder.
Place the processing unit,
coil and coil cable, battery
cover and batteries in the
Zephyr Dry and Store. The
battery holder can remain
attached to the processing
unit.
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If the processor gets wet:
1.
4.
Wipe the processor with
2.
a soft dry cloth before
removing the battery cover.
3.
Remove the battery cover
from the battery holder.
Wipe the battery holder
5.
and battery cover (inside
and outside) with a soft dry
cloth to remove any water,
moisture or sweat.
Replace the disposable
batteries with new ones.
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Remove the batteries from
the battery holder.
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If you notice any dirt or debris in the battery holder:
1.
Remove the batteries from
the battery holder.
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2.
Clean the battery contacts
with a cotton bud.
3.
If the contacts are still dirty,
replace the battery holder
with a new one.
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Updates to the Cochlear™
Nucleus ® CP800 and CR100
Series Product Catalogue
Coil magnet strengths
The available coil magnet strengths are:
•
½M
•
1M
•
2M
•
3M
•
4M
•
5M
The 6 M coil magnet is currently not available.
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Erratum
Cochlear™ Nucleus® CP800 and CR100 Series
Product Catalogue
Coil spacer
The part number for the coil spacer should be 'Z208284' and not
'Z206769'.
Dry-Brik® Desiccant
The part number for the Dry-Brik Desiccant should be 'Z60764' and
not 'Z260764'.
Battery chargers and cables
The correct image for the remote assistant charging kit (part number
Z218960) is:
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Erratum
Cochlear Nucleus CP810 Sound Processor User
Guide and Cochlear Nucleus CP810 Sound
Processor and Cochlear Nucleus CR110 Remote
Assistant Troubleshooting Guide
References to replacing microphone protectors
Replace the references:
•
'It is important that you keep the microphone protectors in
place at all times, and replace them once a month.' (p12 of the
Cochlear Nucleus CP810 Sound Processor User Guide)
•
'Replace the microphone protectors if you notice degradation in
the sound quality, or if the protectors look dirty. It is generally a
good idea to replace microphone protectors approximately once
a month.' (p58 of the Cochlear Nucleus CP810 Sound Processor
User Guide)
•
'Confirm that the microphone protectors are in place. Make
sure you have changed them at least once in the past month.
If not, change them now.' (p7 of the Cochlear Nucleus CP810
Sound Processor and Cochlear Nucleus CR110 Remote Assistant
Troubleshooting Guide).
With the following:
'It is important that you keep the microphone protectors in place
at all times. Replace the microphone protectors if you notice
degradation in the sound quality, or if the protectors look dirty.'
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Nucleus is a registered trademark of Cochlear Limited.
Cochlear and the elliptical logo are trademarks of Cochlear Limited.
Dry-Brik is a registered trademark of Ear Technology Corporation.
The statements made in this guide are believed to be true and correct in every detail as of the date of publication. However,
specifications are subject to change without notice.
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