Content Content Your Pure hearing instrument Intended use General notes on safety Handling of standard and rechargeable batteries Low battery indicator Inserting the battery Removing the battery Inserting and removing your hearing instrument Inserting your hearing instrument Removing your hearing instrument...
Content Changing the volume Automatic Via remote control Functionalities Maintenance and care Domes and receiver molds Exchanging the receiver unit Accessories Charger Tek wireless enhancement Remote control Troubleshooting Technical information Disposal information...
Your Pure hearing instrument Your Pure hearing instrument Pure Pure SE battery type 312 battery type 10 rechargeable non-rechargeable ① Receiver unit ⑥ Push button ② Dome ⑦ Battery compartment ③ Receiver mold ⑧ Charging contacts ④ Microphone openings ⑨ Serial number ⑤...
Your Pure hearing instrument Your Hearing Care Professional offers an assortment of receiver lengths and dome sizes to ﬁ t your ear best.
Intended use Intended use Hearing instruments are intended to improve the hearing of hearing impaired persons. Diagnosis and prescription of a hearing instrument must be performed by hearing health specialists, e.g. ENT doctors, audiologists or acous- ticians. Read and follow the instructions of this user guide to avoid injuries or damage to the hearing instruments.
General notes on safety General notes on safety NOTICE Your hearing instruments are sensitive to extreme heat, high humidity, strong magnetic ﬁ elds (> 0.1T), X-rays and mechanical stress. Do not expose your hearing instruments to extreme temperature or high humidity. Do not leave them in direct sunlight.
General notes on safety WARNING Hazard of explosion! Do not use your hearing instruments in areas where there is a danger of explosions (e.g. min- ing). NOTICE Leaking batteries damage the hearing instruments. Turn the hearing instruments off when not in use to preserve the battery.
Handling of standard and rechargeable batteries Handling of standard and rechargeable batteries original size Always use the right size of batteries. Charge the rechargeable batteries before ﬁ rst use. Remove the tab on standard batteries only when you are ready to use them. The positive (+) side of the batteries is always the smooth side.
Handling of standard and rechargeable batteries Inserting the battery Open the battery compartment com- pletely using your ﬁ ngernail as shown in the illustration. Insert the proper size battery. Make sure that the "+" symbol on the battery points up as shown in the picture Close the battery compartment.
Handling of standard and rechargeable batteries Removing the battery Open the battery compartment com- pletely. Normally the battery drops out when the compartment is completely open. If the battery does not come out, lightly tap the instrument or use the magnet stick available as accessory to remove the battery.
Inserting and removing your hearing instrument Inserting and removing your hearing instrument For side recognition ask your Hearing Care Professional to apply colored markers in the bat- tery compartment. If the marker in the battery compartment is in red, the hearing instrument is intended for the right ear.
Turning your hearing instrument on and off Turning your hearing instrument on and off Ask your Hearing Care Professional to check off the relevant information. Via battery compartment Close the battery compartment. Open the battery compartment. Via push button Press the push button for 2 seconds.
Turning your hearing instrument on and off Power-on delay Your hearing instrument is equipped with a "power-on delay" feature which can be activated by your Hearing Care Professional. This allows you to turn the hearing instrument on with an automatic delay of 6, 12 or 18 seconds, so that you may insert the hearing instrument into your ear without experiencing unpleasant feedback (whistling).
Changing the hearing program Changing the hearing program Via push button Press the push button. The hearing instrument changes to the next program. Via remote control Refer to the remote control user guide.
Changing the volume Changing the volume The volume of your hearing instruments is controlled automatically and there is no need to manually adjust it. Should you prefer manual volume control, your Hearing Care Professional can program the hearing instrument for manual adjustment.
Functionalities Functionalities Your Hearing Care Professional can activate the following functionalities. e2e wireless function ■ Allows the use of a remote control. ■ Automatically adjusts both hearing instruments simultaneously to change the instrument set- tings, e.g. volume or program. The performance of the e2e wireless function may be affected by electromagnetic interference –...
Maintenance and care Maintenance and care Your hearing instruments are highly sensitive systems. Proper care and handling will ensure the best possible performance. Clean instruments regularly to prevent damage to the hearing instruments and to avoid health problems. NOTICE Do not put the hearing instruments in water.
Maintenance and care Domes and receiver molds CAUTION Risk of injury caused by incorrect use of receiver unit and domes/receiver molds. Always wear the receiver unit with a dome or receiver mold. Make sure that the dome/receiver mold is com- pletely attached to the receiver unit.
Maintenance and care Your hearing instruments have one of the following ear pieces: Single dome Double dome Receiver mold Cleaning domes and receiver molds Cerumen (ear wax) on the dome/ receiver mold affects sound quality. Clean domes/ receiver molds right after taking the hearing instruments off.
Maintenance and care Exchanging domes The packaging of your dome has a slot on one side to remove the dome from the receiver. Insert the receiver into the slot of the dome packaging. Hold the dome tight while tilting the receiver towards the packag- ing (refer to the picture).
Maintenance and care Exchanging double domes Remove the used double dome from the receiver. Tilt the double dome to get it off the receiver. Click the tip of the receiver unit into a new double dome. Exchanging receiver molds Ask your Hearing Care Professional for assistance. Wax guards A wax guard prevents earwax from entering the receiver.
Maintenance and care Exchanging the receiver unit The receiver unit can be changed as needed by your Hearing Care Professional. If you need to replace the receiver unit by yourself follow these directions carefully. Turn receiver unit 45° counterclock- wise. Remove receiver unit.
Accessories Accessories Charger (not for all hearing instrument types) Your hearing instruments work with standard or rechargeable bat- teries. With the easy-to-use charger you can charge the rechargeable batteries for one or two hearing instruments. After just 6 hours of charging, the charger shuts itself off and the hearing instruments are ready to run for a day.
Accessories Tek wireless enhancement (not for all hearing instrument types) Your hearing instruments together with the Tek Connect remote control will allow you to connect your hear- ing instruments to the growing world of technology. Via a special Bluetooth connection it is possible to receive audio signals from your mobile, your television or your mp3-player.
Accessories Remote control (not for all hearing instrument types) The wireless function of your hearing instruments allows you to use a remote control to change the program and volume of your hearing instruments. For further information about the remote control, contact your Hearing Care Professional or refer to the remote control user guide.
Technical information Technical information Siemens Pure 700, Pure 500, Pure 300 Siemens Pure 701, Pure 501, Pure 301 Siemens Pure SE 701, Pure SE 501 FCC ID: SGI-WL002BTE IC: 267AB-WL002 Operating frequencies: F =3.28 MHz N14203 This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Technical information dential 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.
With the CE marking Siemens conﬁ rms compliance with the European Directive 93/42/EEC concerning medical devices. For the products with e2e wireless 2.0 Siemens addition- ally conﬁ rms compliance with the European Directive 99/5/EC (R&TTE) concerning radio and telecommunica- tions terminal equipment.
Hearing instrument LEFT RIGHT Model Serial number Battery □ yes □ no Power-on delay □ yes □ no □ yes □ no Push button □ yes □ no Signal tones □ on □ off Program change □ on □ off □...