Philips HearLink miniRITE T R Instructions For Use Manual
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  • Page 1 HearLink Charger miniRITE T R miniBTE T R Instructions for Use Compatible with HearLink miniRITE T R and miniBTE T R...
  • Page 2 Introduction to this booklet This booklet guides you on how to use and maintain your new charger. Ensure you read this booklet carefully, including the Warnings section. This will help you get the most benefit from your charger. If you have additional questions about the use of your charger, contact your hearing care professional.
  • Page 3 Intended use Intended use The charger is intended to recharge the hearing aids and CROS transmitter that contain rechargeable batteries. The product is intended to be used together with the given hearing solution. Indications for use There are no indications for use (diagnoses) for the charger itself.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents About Package content Charger Temperature conditions Getting started Prepare charger Charge the hearing aids Charging time Daily use Power the charger using other sources Caring for your charger Warnings General warnings More info Troubleshooting Charger: Conditions of use Warranty...
  • Page 5: Package Content

    The packaging box consists of the following elements: Charger Power plug (varies from country to country) HearLink Charger miniRITE T R miniBTE T R Instructions for Use Compatible with HearLink miniRITE T R and miniBTE T R Case for charger This booklet...
  • Page 6: Charger

    Charger What it is and does USB plug Insert in power plug or Charging ports other power sources For hearing aids when charging Power plug LED light For power socket Status indicator for Power cable charger ON/OFF Supply power About Getting started Daily use Warnings...
  • Page 7: Temperature Conditions

    Temperature conditions Temperature Charging condition Below +5°C No charging due to low temperature (+41°F) +10°C to +35°C Best charging condition. Charging takes up to 3 hours. (+50°F to +95°F) +5°C to +10°C and Extended charging. Charging takes up to 4 hours. +35°C to +38°C (+41°F to 50°F and +95°F to +100°F)
  • Page 8: Prepare Charger

    Prepare charger Start up Start up Connect to power source Charger is turned ON 1. Insert the USB plug into the When the charger is connected to power plug. power, the GREEN LED turns ON. 2. Insert the power plug into a power socket.
  • Page 9: Charge The Hearing Aids

    Charge the hearing aids Place hearing aids in charger Charging Place the hearing aids in the The hearing aid LED lights turn ON charging ports as shown in the when the hearing aids are correctly picture. Make sure that the hearing placed in the charger.
  • Page 10: Charging Time

    Charging time Ensure you fully charge your hearing aid before first time use. Charge your hearing aid every night. That ensures you start your day with a fully charged hearing aid. Be aware that charging time may vary depending on the remaining capacity of the battery and between the left / right side hearing aid.
  • Page 11 If your hearing aid’s battery is completely drained the normal charging time is: miniRITE T R Fully charged 50% charged 25% charged 3 hours 1 hour 0.5 hours miniBTE T R Fully charged 44% charged 22% charged 3.5 hours 1 hour 0.5 hours When the battery is fully charged, the charging process stops automatically.
  • Page 12: Power The Charger Using Other Sources

    Power the charger using other sources You can power the charger from other sources than a power socket. This can be done by using the charger's USB cable. Ensure that the power source is USB 2.0 compliant, with a minimum of 500mA output.
  • Page 13: Caring For Your Charger

    Caring for your charger Always ensure that the charger is dry and clean before use. Keep the charging ports clean from dust by using a dry cloth. Do not use water or cleaning fluids to clean the charging ports. Store your charger in a dry location, e.g. in the bedroom. Ensure you keep the charger in an environment with a temperature between +5°C and +38°C (+41°F and +100°F).
  • Page 14: General Warnings

    General warnings For your personal safety and to ensure Choking hazards correct usage, you should familiarise Charger, hearing aids and their parts yourself fully with the following general should be kept out of reach of children and warnings before using your charger. anyone who might swallow these items or Consult your hearing care professional if otherwise cause injury to themselves.
  • Page 15 Connection to external equipment The safety of the charger, when connected to external equipment with USB cable, is determined by the external signal source. When the charger is connected to external equipment which is plugged into a power socket, this equipment must comply with IEC 62368-1 or equivalent safety standards.
  • Page 16: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Symptom Possible causes The charger LED remains turned OFF when the The charger is not turned ON charger is connected to power The charger LED shows The hearing aid or charger’s temperature is too warm long ORANGE blinks The charger’s temperature is too cold The charger LED repeatedly shows three short ORANGE blinks...
  • Page 17 Solutions Verify that the power plug is correctly connected Ensure that charging has started, to make sure the power source delivers sufficient output for your charger Move the charger and hearing aid to a location with a temperature between +5°C and +38°C (+41°F and +100°F) Move the charger to a location with a temperature between +5°C and +38°C (+41°F and +100°F) Contact your hearing care professional...
  • Page 18 Troubleshooting Symptom Possible causes The hearing aid LED blinks GREEN when Hearing aid has not been in use for an extended period of time hearing aid is placed in the charger The charger is not turned ON The hearing aid or charger’s temperature is either too warm or The hearing aid LED too cold remains turned OFF...
  • Page 19 Solutions Depending on how depleted the battery in the hearing aid is, the hearing aid automatically resumes normal charging mode after a timeframe of up to 10 minutes Ensure you leave the hearing aid in the charger during this process Verify that the charger power plug is correctly connected Move the charger and hearing aid to a location with a temperature between +5°C and +38°C (+41°F and +100°F)
  • Page 20: Charger: Conditions Of Use

    Charger: Conditions of use Operational Temperature: +5°C to +38°C (+41°F to +100°F) environment conditions Humidity: 5% to 93%, non-condensing Atmospheric pressure: 700 hPa to 1060 hPa Transportation and Temperature and humidity shall not exceed the below storage conditions limits for extended periods during transportation and storage: Temperature: -25°C to +70°C (-13°F to +158°F) Humidity: 5% to 93%, non-condensing...
  • Page 21 Compliance statements User information However, there is no guarantee that This equipment has been tested interference will not occur in a particular and found to comply with the limits installation. If this equipment does pursuant to part 18 of the FCC Rules. cause harmful interference to other electronic equipment, which can be These limits are designed to provide...
  • Page 22 More info About Getting started Daily use Warnings...
  • Page 23 Declaration of Conformity is available the Medical Device Regulation (EU) from the headquarters: 2017/745. SBO Hearing A/S Kongebakken 9 DK-2765 Smørum Denmark SBO Hearing A/S Waste from electronic Kongebakken 9 equipment must be DK-2765 Smørum handled according to Denmark...
  • Page 24 Description of symbols and abbreviations used in this booklet Warnings Text marked with a warning symbol must be read before using the device. Manufacturer The device is produced by the manufacturer whose name and address are stated next to the symbol. Indicates the medical device manufacturer, as defined in EU Regulations 2017/745.
  • Page 25 Firmware version used in the device. REACH Declaration: REACH requires Philips Hearing Solutions to provide chemical content information for Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) if they are present above 0.1% of the article weight. No substances on the REACH SVHC list applicable at the time of manufacturing is present in Product HearLink.
  • Page 26 International warranty Your device is covered by an you have bought your device. Your international warranty issued by the hearing care professional may also have manufacturer. This international issued a warranty that goes beyond the warranty covers manufacturing clauses of this international warranty. and material defects in the device Please consult him/her for further itself, but not in accessories such as...
  • Page 27: Warranty

    Warranty Certificate Name of owner: ______________________________________________________________ Hearing care professional: ______________________________________________________ Hearing care professional’s address: _____________________________________________ Hearing care professional’s phone: ______________________________________________ Purchase date: ________________________________________________________________ Warranty period: __________________Month: _____________________________________ Model: ___________________________Serial no.: ___________________________________...
  • Page 28 Philips and the Philips Shield Emblem are registered trademarks of Koninklijke Philips N.V. and are used under license. This product has been manufactured by or for and is sold under the responsibility of SBO Hearing A/S, and SBO Hearing A/S is the warrantor in relation to this product.

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