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User Guide


   Summary of Contents for SIEMENS ProPocket

  • Page 1 ProPocket     User Guide...
  • Page 2 ProPocket™. These instruction describes how to operate your ProPocket rapidly and easily. It also provides you with important information on how to handle your instruments. Your Hearing Care Professional can answer any further...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Your ProPocket Intended use General notes on safety Safety notes for batteries Changing the batteries Key lock Turning your hearing instruments on and off Adjusting the volume Changing the program Maintenance and care Troubleshooting Technical information Disposal Information...
  • Page 4: Your Propocket

    Your ProPocket The remote control uses two AAAA batteries. 1 Key lock 2 On/Off of hearing instruments 3 Program change 4 Volume up 5 Volume down 6 Accessory ring 7 LED Clip The clip allows you to attach the remote control to your belt.
  • Page 5: Intended Use

    Intended use This remote control is intended to operate hearing instru- ments. 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.
  • Page 6: General Notes On Safety

    General notes on safety NOTICE The remote control is sensitive to extreme heat, high humidity, strong magnetic fields (> 0.1T), X-rays and mechanical stress. Do not expose the remote control to extreme tempera-  ture or high humidity. Do not leave it in direct sunlight. ...
  • Page 7 General notes on safety WARNING Risk of interference with cardiac pacemakers. Do not use the remote control if you are fitted with a  cardiac pacemaker. WARNING Risk in explosive environments, e.g. mining areas! Don't use your hearing instruments and remote control  in areas where there is a danger of explosions.
  • Page 8: Safety Notes For Batteries

    Safety notes for batteries NOTICE Leaking batteries damage the instrument. Remove batteries when the instrument is not in use for  a prolonged period of time. Do not throw used batteries into household trash.  Return them to your Hearing Care Professional for environmentally correct disposal.
  • Page 9: Changing The Batteries

    Changing the batteries The remote control ist powered by two AAAA batteries. Press the rippled part on the co-  ver of the remote control battery compartment to slide it open. Insert two batteries as shown in  the picture. Make sure the polarity symbols on the battery and compartment are aligned.
  • Page 10: Key Lock

    Key lock The key lock deactivates the buttons on the remote control so that accidentally pressing the buttons will not have any effect. Lock Slide the control over so the green section is  covered. The key lock is activated. When pressing a button the LED blinks 3 times to indicate that the key lock is activa- ted.
  • Page 11: Turning Your Hearing Instruments On And Off

    Turning your hearing instruments on and off Make sure the distance between your remote control  and hearing instrument does not exceed 40 inches (1 meter). If you are wearing two hearing instruments, both in-  struments will be turned on/ off at the same time. Press the On/Off button to turn your hearing ...
  • Page 12: Adjusting The Volume

    Adjusting the volume Make sure the distance between your remote control  and hearing instrument does not exceed 40 inches (1 meter). If you are wearing two hearing instruments, the  volume will be changed on both instruments at the same time. Press the "Volume up"...
  • Page 13: Changing The Program

    Changing the program Make sure the distance between your remote control  and hearing instrument does not exceed 40 inches (1 meter). If you are wearing two hearing instruments, the  program will be changed on both instruments at the same time. Each time you press the program button, your hearing instruments switch to the next program, confirming each change with an acoustic signal.
  • Page 14: Maintenance And Care

    Maintenance and care Protection Use the "cover" (see "Accessories" section) to protect  against accidental drips or splashes when you go near water such as a sink. Cleaning NOTICE Do NOT put your remote control in water!  The cover does NOT make your remote control waterproof.
  • Page 15: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Problem Possible solution The remote Deactivate the key lock. control does not Replace empty batteries. work Move away from electro-magnetic noise sources. Another remote Return remote control and hearing control affects instruments to your Hearing Care Pro- your hearing fessional. instruments Feedback or The function of the wireless link might...
  • Page 16: Technical Information

    (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users aut- hority to operate the equipment. Siemens ProPocket FCC ID: SGI-WL101 IC: 267AB-WL101...
  • Page 17 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 reasonable protection against harmful interference in a re- sidential installation.
  • Page 18: 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 compli- ance with the European Directive 93/42/EEC con- cerning medical devices.
  • Page 20 © 01.2008, Siemens AG · SB Document No. A91SAT-00370-99T1-7600 Order/Item No. 103 029 99 Printed in Germany Siemens Audiologische Technik GmbH Gebbertstrasse 125 91058 Erlangen Germany Phone +49 9131 308 0  / hearing...

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  • Paul Feaver Dec 24, 2014 06:36:
    My mother in law has this remote and is having difficulty understand​ing the options. In particular how many programs are possible and what each does. I imagine this should have been made clear by the profession​al but the user guide would benefit from some indication​.