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  • Page 1 SecureEar™ User Guide Life sounds brilliant.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Content Content Your SecureEar Intended use General notes on safety Handling batteries Inserting and removing the SecureEar Turning your SecureEar on and off Adjusting the volume Changing the program (optional) Maintenance and care Troubleshooting Technical information Disposal information...
  • Page 3: Your Secureear

    Your SecureEar Your SecureEar SecureEar (battery type: 312) ① Microphone ③ Battery compartment ② Program button (optional) ④ Volume control Each SecureEar can be identified by the serial number located on the outside of the instrument.
  • Page 4: Intended Use

    Intended use Intended use SecureEar is intended to protect the hearing while being able to communicate normally or hear better. To ensure the best possible protection it has to be used constantly in noisy situations. Read and follow the instructions of this user guide to avoid injuries and to protect the SecureEar from damage.
  • Page 5: General Notes On Safety

    General notes on safety General notes on safety NOTICE Your SecureEar are sensitive to extreme heat, high humidity, strong magnetic fields (> 0.1T), X-rays and mechanical stress. Do not expose your SecureEar to extreme temperature or high humidity. Do not leave them in direct sunlight.
  • Page 6 General notes on safety NOTICE Leaking batteries damage the SecureEar. Turn the SecureEar off when not in use to preserve the battery. Remove batteries when the instruments are not in use for a prolonged period of time. NOTICE To avoid environmental pollution, do not throw batteries into household trash.
  • Page 7: Handling Batteries

    Handling batteries Handling batteries original size Always use the right size batteries. 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. In some types of instruments the sounds may become fainter or you may hear additional sounds.
  • Page 8 Handling batteries Open the battery compartment. Insert the battery. Make sure the “+” symbols on the battery and compartment are aligned. Close the battery compartment.
  • Page 9: Inserting And Removing The Secureear

    Inserting and removing the SecureEar Inserting and removing the SecureEar Never pull on the battery compartment door or volume control wheel to remove the SecureEar, as this cause damage. Inserting Apply Aloe Vera gel around the shell to achieve optimum wearing comfort and protection.
  • Page 10: Turning Your Secureear On And Off

    Turning your SecureEar on and off Turning your SecureEar on and off Via battery compartment Fully open the battery compartment to turn your SecureEar off. Fully close the compartment to turn your SecureEar on.
  • Page 11: Adjusting The Volume

    Adjusting the volume Adjusting the volume Rotate the wheel forward for louder. Rotate the wheel back for quieter.
  • Page 12: Changing The Program (optional)

    The perception of warning signals in certain working environments can be affected when using the wireless audio receive function. Your SecureEar is equipped with an optional telecoil program for entertainment purposes to wirelessly receive audio signals from an external audio device using an appropriate neckloop.
  • Page 13: Maintenance And Care

    Be careful not to damage the wax protection when cleaning the SecureEar. Place your SecureEar 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...
  • Page 14 Maintenance and care Wax protection Your SecureEar is equipped with a sieve, recess or guard on the sound outlet to prevent earwax from entering the SecureEar. Your Hearing Care Professional will provide you with the wax protection appropriate for your SecureEar and can advise you how to clean or replace it.
  • Page 15: Troubleshooting

    Clean instrument. SecureEar emits signal Gently close battery tones. compartment completely. Replace empty battery. SecureEar does not work. Check if the SecureEar is turned on. Gently close battery compartment completely. Replace empty battery. Make sure battery is inserted correctly. Consult your Hearing Care Professional if you encounter...
  • Page 16: Technical Information

    Technical information Technical information Sound Attenuation Frequency Sound Standard (Hz) attenuation (dB) deviation (dB) (dB) 29,9 25,0 34,0 27,8 33,0 28,4 33,7 28,9 1000 37,1 33,6 2000 40,1 37,9 4000 42,6 38,2 8000 43,1 38,2 SNR = 36 dB H = 37 dB M = 33 dB L = 30 dB APV - Assumed Protection Value SNR - Single Number Rating attenuation H - High-frequency attenuation...
  • Page 17: Disposal Information

    Parliament and of the Council of 27 January 2003 on waste electrical and electronical equipment." Amended by "Directive 2003/108/EC" (WEEE). Recycle SecureEar, batteries and accessories according to national regulations. With the CE marking Sivantos confirms compliance with the European Directive 89/686/EEC concerning personal protective equipment.
  • Page 18 Phone +44 (0) 1293 423700 Legal Manufacturer Sivantos GmbH Henri-Dunant-Strasse 100 91058 Erlangen Germany Phone +49 9131 308 0 Document No. A91SAT-01355-99T4-7600 EN Order/Item No. 106 049 27 © Siemens AG, 06.2015 | JN7474 | Printed in the UK

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