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  • Page 1 Motion BTE User Guide...
  • Page 3 Introduction Dear customer, Congratulations! You have selected a hearing instrument from Siemens. This hearing instrument was individually designed for your hearing impairment and is fitted specially to your personal hearing profile. These instructions, together with guidance from your Hearing Care Professional, will help you understand how your new hearing instrument works.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Your Motion hearing instrument Motion Motion M VC Motion Intended use General notes on safety Handling of standard and rechargeable batteries 12 Low battery indicato Inserting the batter Removing the batter Battery compartment loc Inserting and removing your hearing instrument 16 Inserting your hearing instrumen Removing your hearing instrumen Turning your hearing instrument on and off...
  • Page 5 Audio input Attaching the audio shoe Removing the audio shoe Telephoning AutoPhone function Manual telephone progra e2e wireless 2.0 Maintenance and care Accessories Charge Remote contro Tek wireless enhancemen Troubleshooting tips Technical information Disposal information Your hearing instrument configuration...
  • Page 6: Your Motion Hearing Instrument

    Your Motion hearing instrument Motion M Motion M VC optional with LifeTube optional with LifeTube (battery type: 13) (battery type: 13)
  • Page 7: Motion P

    Your Motion hearing instrument Motion P Features: (battery type: 13) 1 Earhook 2 Battery compartment 3 Charging contacts 4 Microphone openings 5 Audio input 6 Volume control 7 Program button with on/off function 8 Cover for programming socket 9 Typeplates red = right hearing instrument blue = left hearing...
  • Page 8: 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 acou- sticians. Read and follow the instructions of this user guide to avoid injuries or damage to the hearing instrument.
  • Page 9: General Notes On Safety

    General notes on safety NOTICE Your hearing instrument is sensitive to extreme heat, high humidity, strong magnetic fields (> 0.1T), X-rays and mechanical stress. Do not expose your hearing instrument to extreme temperature or high humidity. Do not leave it in direct sunlight. Do not wear it in the shower or when you apply make- up, perfume, aftershave, hairspray or suntan lotion.
  • Page 10 General notes on safety In some countries restrictions for the usage of wireless equipment exist. Refer to local authorities for further information. NOTICE for batteries Leaking batteries damage the instrument. Remove batteries when the instrument is not in use for a prolonged period of time.
  • Page 11 General notes on safety CAUTION Risk of injury caused by incorrect use of LifeTip. Always wear the LifeTube with the LifeTip. Make sure that the LifeTip is completely attached to the LifeTip adapter. Change the LifeTube or LifeTip when they are cracked. Put the LifeTube with the LifeTip carefully and not too deep into the ear.
  • Page 12: Handling Of Standard And Rechargeable Batteries

    Handling of standard and rechargeable batteries Use standard batteries or rechargeable batteries in your hearing instruments. Always use the right size batteries. Charge the rechargeable batteries before first use. original size Remove the tab on your batteries only when you are ready to use them.
  • Page 13: Inserting The Battery

    Handling of standard and rechargeable batteries Inserting the battery Open the battery compartment completely using your fingernail as shown in the illustration. Insert the proper size battery so that the "+" symbol on the battery aligns with the "+" marked on the battery compartment.
  • Page 14: Removing The Battery

    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 push the battery out with a pencil as shown.
  • Page 15: Battery Compartment Lock

    Handling of standard and rechargeable batteries Battery compartment lock Your hearing instruments are equipped with a battery compartment lock. This prevents the unintentional remo- val of the batteries from their compartment. Lock Open the battery compartment to the first stop. Push the small slide to the right.
  • Page 16: Inserting And Removing Your Hearing Instrument

    Inserting and removing your hearing instrument Inserting your hearing instrument Turn your hearing instrument off. Hold the earmold / LifeTip between your thumb and index finger and insert it carefully into the ear canal. You may find it helpful to pull your ear slightly upward or to the back.
  • Page 17: Turning Your Hearing Instrument On And Off

    Turning your hearing instrument on and off Turn on: Fully close the battery compartment to turn the hearing instrument on. Turn off: Press the battery compartment downward to the first stop to turn the hearing instru- ment off. You can also use the remote control to turn the hea- ring instrument on and off.
  • Page 18: Changing The Hearing Program

    Changing the hearing program Via push button (only Motion M and Motion P) Your hearing instruments offer up to 5 hearing programs for specific listening environments. Each time you press the program button, your hearing instruments switch to the next program, confirming each change with an acoustic signal.
  • Page 19: Changing The Volume

    Changing the volume The volume of your hearing instruments is controlled au- tomatically and there is no need to manually adjust it. Via volume control (only Motion M VC and Motion P) Should you prefer manual volume control, your Hearing Care Professional can program the hearing instrument for manual adjustment.
  • Page 20: Audio Input

    Audio input Your hearing instrument is equipped with an audio input. Together with an audio shoe it enables the connection between the hearing instrument and e.g. an FM system, tape recorder, television or an infrared device. This way the sound is coming directly from the sound source. That can be useful for adults in difficult listening situations and for children in classrooms.
  • Page 21: Attaching The Audio Shoe

    Audio input Attaching the audio shoe: Open the battery compartment 1 . Open the audio shoe cover 2 . Close the battery compartment. Align the contacts of the audio shoe with the contacts of the hearing in- strument. Slide the audio shoe over the hearing instrument until it snaps into the end position.
  • Page 22: Telephoning

    Telephoning AutoPhone function With the AutoPhone function, your hearing instrument will automatically switch to the telephone program when you hold a telephone handset near your hearing instru- ment (*). It will return to the previously used hearing program after you have finished speaking and have moved the handset away from the hearing instrument.
  • Page 23 Telephoning CAUTION Magnets may interfere with the operation of life suppor- ting systems (e.g. pacemakers, magnetic valves). Use a magnet only if not in doubt about the safe di- stance. The safe distance between pacemaker and magnet should be at least 10 cm (4 inches). CAUTION Choking hazard posed by domes.
  • Page 24: E2E Wireless 2.0

    e2e wireless 2.0 Your hearing instruments are equipped with e2e (ear-to- ear) wireless 2.0 technology. Advantages of the wireless functionality: Automatically adjusts both hearing instruments simulta- neously to different listening situations. Allows use of accessories, e.g. a remote control. Provides synchronization of the settings in the system. If you change the volume or program on one hearing in- strument, the other hearing instrument is automatically adjusted.
  • Page 25: 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. Clean your hearing instruments with a soft, dry tissue, as necessary.
  • Page 26: Accessories

    Accessories Charger Your hearing instruments work with standard or recharge- able batteries. With the easy-to-use charger you can charge the rechargeable batteries for one or two hearing instruments. After just five hours of charging, the charger shuts itself off and the hear- ing instruments are ready to run for a day.
  • Page 27: Remote Control

    Accessories Remote control 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 con- trol user guide.
  • Page 28: Tek Wireless Enhancement

    Accessories Tek wireless enhancement (only for Motion 700 and Motion 500) Your hearing instruments together with the Tek Connect remote control will allow you to connect your hearing 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.
  • Page 29: Troubleshooting Tips

    Troubleshooting tips Your hearing are extremely reliable devices. instruments Should a problem occur, it can usually be corrected quickly. Use these troubleshooting tips to resolve simple issues. Problem Possible solution Sound is weak Replace / recharge empty battery. Clean earmold. Increase volume Instrument Try reinserting the earmold until it fits...
  • Page 30 Troubleshooting tips Problem Possible solution Instrument Check if the hearing instrument is tur- does not work ned on. Gently close battery compartment completely. Replace / recharge empty battery. Make sure battery is inserted correctly. Wait 18 seconds and check again. If you still encounter problems after trying these sugge- stions, consult your Hearing Care Professional.
  • Page 31: Technical Information

    ICES-003. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Sie- mens Audiologische Technik GmbH could void the users authority to operate the equipment. Siemens Motion 700, Motion 500 FCC ID: SGI-WL002BTE IC: 267AB-WL002 N14203 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and with RSS-210 of Industry Canada.
  • Page 32 Technical information This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide rea- sonable protection against harmful interference in a resi- dential installation.
  • Page 33: Disposal Information

    Charles de Giorgio LTD Howth Junction Hearing Instruments 39-40 South Street Business Center Newton Road Valetta CMR 01 Kilbarrack Crawley RH109TT P.O. Box 374 5 Dublin With the CE marking Siemens confirms compliance with the European Directive 93/42/EEC concerning 0123 medical devices.
  • Page 34: Your Hearing Instrument Configuration

    Your hearing instrument configuration Hearing instrument LEFT RIGHT Model Serial number Battery Power on delay Volume control Push button Signal tones Low battery warning Volume control limit Volume control change Hearing Description of the hearing program program remote control Serial number...
  • Page 35 Notes...
  • Page 36 © Siemens AG, 07.2008 · SB Document No. A91SAT-00624-99T2-7600 Order/Item No. 104 202 04 Printed in Germany Siemens Audiologische Technik GmbH Gebbertstrasse 125 91058 Erlangen Germany Phone +49 9131 308 0 /hearing...

This manual is also suitable for:

Motion 700Motion 500