Your BTE will look similar to one of the following illustrations (Fig.1). Microphone ports LifeTube Programming socket* Battery compartment door LifeTip LifeTip Adapter CIELO 2 Life Fig. 1: Location of features CIELO 2 BTEs...
Earhook Directional microphones Programming socket* Memory button Battery compartment door CIELO 2 S Microphones Earhook Volume control wheel Programming socket* Battery Audio compartment input flap door CIELO 2 Siemens Hearing Instruments...
Microphones Earhook Volume control wheel Programming socket* Memory button Audio input Battery compartment door CIELO 2 P Microphones Earhook Volume control wheel Programming socket* Memory button Audio input Battery compartment door CIELO 2 SP * For Hearing Care Professionals use only.
The digital signal processor has been programmed by your Audiologist or Hearing Care Provider to execute the required digital signal processing for your particular hearing loss. Siemens Hearing Instruments...
Identifying the left and right hearing instruments CIELO 2 BTEs may be color-coded for your convenience. The left ear hearing instrument may have a blue typeplate, and the right ear hearing instrument may have a red typeplate (Fig. 2). Typeplate Fig.
On CIELO 2 Life BTEs, the left ear hearing instrument also has a blue number on the LifeTip Adapter, and the right ear hearing instrument also has a red number on the LifeTip Adapter (Fig. Color-coded number on Tip Adapter Fig.
Using your CIELO 2 hearing instrument Battery size The chart below provides the proper battery size used in your hearing instrument. It’s recommended that you also check with your Audiologist or Hearing Care Provider regarding the correct battery. Model Battery size...
(Fig. 4/Fig. 5). Open the Insert the Close the battery battery battery compartment compartment Fig. 4: Inserting the battery into CIELO 2, CIELO 2 S, CIELO 2 P, and CIELO 2 SP Siemens Hearing Instruments...
Fig. 5: Inserting the battery into CIELO 2 Life Battery compartment door lock (not available on CIELO 2 Life) CIELO 2 hearing instruments are equipped with a lock that prevents the unintentional opening of the battery compartment. This feature is located on the inner side of the hearing aid battery compartment door (Fig.
If this feature is activated in your hearing instruments, you may hear two long, low pitched beeps and/or experience low amplification power or volume. Change the battery immediately when either of these occur. Siemens Hearing Instruments...
• Always use the battery size recommended on your warranty card or by your Audiologist or Hearing Care Provider for your model for best performance. • Remove the battery from your instrument when not in use. This prevents possible damage from CIELO 2 BTEs...
Turning the hearing instrument on or off To use the battery door, insert a battery into the instrument and completely close the door to turn the instrument on. To turn the instrument off using the battery door, open it to the first catch. Siemens Hearing Instruments...
Audiologist or Hearing Care Provider. This allows you to insert the hearing instrument into your ear without experiencing unpleasant feedback (whistling). Note: You can also use the remote control to turn your hearing instrument on and off. CIELO 2 BTEs...
Earhook Tubing Earmold Fig. 7: Attaching the earmold Inserting and removing CIELO 2 hearing instruments with an earmold Take the earmold between your thumb and index finger. Gently work the earmold into its proper position by adjusting it until it is firmly seated in your ear.
Lightly push on the back of the ear to help release the earmold and gently pull it out (Fig. 9). Fig. 9: Removing the hearing instrument Inserting and removing the CIELO 2 Life hearing instrument Take the LifeTip between your thumb and index finger.
LifeTip out of your ear (Fig. 11) and carefully lift the hearing instrument off of your ear. Do not pull or tug on the LifeTube to remove the LifeTip or instrument. Fig. 11: Removing the hearing instrument Siemens Hearing Instruments...
® An optional ePocket remote control is available for all CIELO 2 hearing systems. ePocket can be used to change the memory and volume of your hearing instrument, as well as read out the system settings without having to manually adjust the hearing instruments.
Your CIELO 2 BTE hearing instrument may have up to 4 memories, also called hearing programs. The memories are selected with the memory button. The last memory in CIELO 2, CIELO 2 P, and CIELO 2 SP instruments is activated automatically when an audio input shoe is attached (see ''Audio Input'' section.) Each...
Below is a list of listening environments programmed into your CIELO 2 hearing instrument. Memory Listening number environment _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ Audio Input (where provided) _________________________________ CIELO 2 BTEs...
Consult your Audiologist or Hearing Care Provider for more information on use of the directional microphone system based on the settings of your specific hearing instrument(s). Siemens Hearing Instruments...
Using the telecoil (not available on CIELO 2 Life) The telecoil mode is intended for telephone use. In the telecoil mode, place the telephone receiver close to your hearing instrument for best reception. By trying various positions of the telephone receiver, you will discover what works best for you.
Make certain to maintain a distance of at least 4 inches between to magnet and the area of your support system. Keep magnets out of the reach of children or pets. If accidentally swallowed, seek medical attention. Siemens Hearing Instruments...
Your CIELO 2 BTE hearing instrument is fully automatic. There is no need to manually adjust the volume control. However, if you prefer manual volume control, your CIELO 2, CIELO 2 P, or CIELO 2 SP BTE can be programmed for manual adjustments, too.
If your hearing instrument has not been programmed for manual control adjustment, the volume will adjust automatically and rotating the volume control wheel will have no effect. Siemens Hearing Instruments...
Audio input (where available) The CIELO 2, CIELO 2 P, and CIELO 2 SP hearing instrument is equipped with audio input capability. This enables you to connect your hearing instrument into other audio sources such as a tape recorder, television, infrared or FM system using an audio shoe accessory.
Attaching and removing the audio input shoe To attach an audio input shoe, open the battery compartment to the first catch. For CIELO 2 P and CIELO 2 SP models, open the audio input flap. Hook the audio input shoe in from the front.
The letters S or T indicate a 2008 year of manufacture. Your Audiologist or Hearing Care Provider can answer any questions you may have about the identifying code on your hearing instrument. AS12345 Serial number Fig. 13: Identification information CIELO 2 BTEs...
Never immerse your hearing instrument in water! If needed, your CIELO 2 hearing instrument can be wiped with a tissue or other clean, dry cloth. Do not use water, alcohol, benzene, or any other liquid or household cleaning agent to clean your instruments, as it may damage them.