Siemens Octiv S Bedienungsanleitung

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BedienungsanleitungSiemens Octiv S

Octiv S, M and HP

Instructions and guidance
United Kingdom
Sivantos Limited
Platinum House
Sussex Manor Business Park
Gatwick Road, Crawley
West Sussex RH10 9NH
Conformance information
With the CE marking, Sivantos confi rms
compliance with the European guidelines,
in particular directive 93/42 EEC of the
European Council applying to medical
For the products with e2e wireless
2.0 Sivantos additionally confi rms
compliance with the European Directive
99/5/EC (R&TTE) concerning radio and
telecommunications terminal equipment.
Our quality management system, certifi ed
by an independent authority, assures
consistently high product quality and
reliability to the customer.
2011/65/EU RoHs concerning the
restriction of hazardous substances.
Legal Manufacturer
Sivantos GmbH
Henri-Dunant-Strasse 100
91058 Erlangen
Phone +49 9131 308 0
With the controls you can, for
example, adjust the volume or switch
hearing programs. Your hearing
instruments either have a push button
and a rocker switch or a push button
only. The NHS Provider has assigned
your desired functions to the controls.
Ask your NHS Provider to mark
your controls and their functions
on the following pages.


Manufactured by Sivantos GmbH under Trademark License of Siemens AG
Based on Document No. A91SAT-02422-99T04-7600 EN-GBR | D00118952
JN7483 | Pt No: 10824114 | Issue 4 | © 05.2015 Siemens AG

Push button

Function Left Right
Volume up
turn on
press briefl y,
press 2 seconds

Push button and

rocker switch

Function Left Right
Lock / Unlock the
Read more in section "Locking the controls".


Ask your NHS Provider to mark
your individual settings on the
following pages.
Hearing programs
Read more in section “Changing
the hearing program”.

Rocker switch

Function Left Right
level up/
turn on
press briefl y,
press 2 seconds,
press 5 seconds
Control Left Right
You can also use a remote
Power-on delay enables
whistle-free insertion of hearing
instruments. Read more in section
Turning on and off”.
e2e wireless enables simultaneous
control of both hearing instruments.
Read more in section “Using two
hearing instruments”.
A telecoil is built into the instrument,
so it can connect with audio induction
loops. Read more in section “Audio
induction loops”.
Exchangeable ear pieces
(only with LifeTubes)
LifeTip open or
LifeTip double
Remote control

Battery size and ear pieces

Non-rechargeable (size 13)
Non-rechargeable (size 312)

Tinnitus noiser

Your hearing instrument may be equipped with a tinnitus noiser. The use
of the tinnitus noiser should be only on the advice and in consultation
with your NHS Provider.
Risk of further impairment to the user’s hearing health.
The volume of the tinnitus noiser can be set to a level which could
lead to permanent hearing damage when used for a prolonged
period of time.
The tinnitus noiser should never be used at uncomfortable
Risk of further impairment to the user’s hearing health.
An NHS Provider should advise a prospective hearing instrument or
tinnitus noiser user to consult promptly with a licensed physician
(preferably an ear specialist) before using the hearing instrument or
hearing instrument with tinnitus noiser function if the NHS Provider
determines through inquiry, actual observation, or review of any
other available information concerning the prospective user that
the prospective user has any of the following conditions:
Visable congenital or traumatic deformity of the ear.
History of active drainage from the ear within the previous 90 days.
History of sudden or rapidly progressive hearing loss within the
previous 90 days.
Acute or chronic dizziness.
Unilateral hearing loss of sudden or recent onset within the
previous 90 days.
Audiometric air-bone gap equal to or greater than 15 dB at
500Hz, 1,000Hz and 2,000Hz.
Visible evidence of signifi cant cerumen accumulation or a
foreign body in the ear canal.
Pain or discomfort in the ear.

Product safety

Leaking batteries damage the hearing instruments.
Turn the hearing instruments off when not in use to preserve
the battery.
Remove batteries when the instruments are not in use for a
prolonged period of time.
Protect your hearing instruments from extreme heat. Do not
expose them to direct sunlight.
Do not dry your hearing instruments in the microwave oven.
Different types of strong radiation, e. g. during X-ray or MRI head
examinations, may damage hearing instruments.
Do not wear the hearing instruments during these or similar procedures.
Weaker radiation, e. g. from radio equipment or airport security,
does not damage the hearing instruments.
Protect your hearing instruments from high humidity. Do not
wear them in the shower or when you apply make-up, perfume,
aftershave, hairspray or suntan lotion.
Only for two instruments or the use of a remote control:
In some countries restrictions for the usage of wireless equipment exist.
Refer to local authorities for further information.

Personal safety

Risk of impairing the residual hearing of the user.
Use only hearing instruments that have been fi tted especially
for your needs.
Risk of injury!
Do not use obviously damaged devices and return them to point
of sale.
Risk of explosion!
Do not use your hearing instruments in explosive atmospheres
(e. g. in mining areas).
Risk of affecting electronic equipment!
In areas where the use of electronics or wireless devices are
restricted, verify if your device has to be turned off.
Risk of interference with active and non-active implants! If you
wear an active or a non-active implant, e.g. a brain implant:
Prior to use, have the electromagnetic compatibility verifi ed.
Consult the physician that implanted the device before using
your hearing instruments.
Keep a safe distance of about 1.6 inches (4 cm) between the
implant and hearing instruments.
Your hearing instruments may reduce certain background
sounds, potentially also traffi c or warning signals.
Choking hazard!
Your hearing instruments contain small parts which can be swallowed.
Keep hearing instruments, batteries and accessories out of reach
of children and mentally disabled persons.
If parts have been swallowed consult a physician or hospital
Ensure adequate supervision if infants, small children or mentally
disabled persons need to wear hearing instruments.
Check the completeness of the hearing instruments regularly and ensure
that the hearing instrument does not detach from the ear mould.
Consult your NHS Provider if you experience any unusual side
effects like skin irritation, excessive accumulation of ear wax,
dizziness, change in your hearing, or if you think there may be a
foreign object in your ear canal.
Risk of injury!
Always wear the tube with an ear piece.
Make sure that the ear piece is completely attached.
Risk of injury!
Insert the ear piece carefully and not too deeply into the ear.
Risk of injury!
In very rare cases the ear piece could remain in your ear when
removing the hearing instrument. If this happens, have the ear
piece removed by a medical professional.

Important safety information

Storage Transport
Temperature 10 to 40 °C -20 to 60 °C
10 to 80 % 5 to 90 %
Air pressure 700 to
1050 hPa
200 to
1200 hPa
For other parts, such as batteries,
other conditions may apply.

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. acousticians,
audiologists or ENT doctors.
Use the hearing instruments
and accessories only as
described in this user guide.

Transport and storage


During extended periods of
transport and storage, please
observe the following conditions:

Important information

To avoid environmental
pollution, do not throw
batteries into household
Recycle or dispose of
batteries according to
national regulations or
return them to your
NHS Provider.
Recycle hearing
instruments, accessories
and packaging according
to national regulations.

In case of instrument failure

Is the instrument switched on?
Is the battery inserted correctly?
Is the battery run down?
Is the battery compartment
Is the sound opening in the ear
mould clogged with wax?

Technical information

IC: 267AB-WL002
Operating frequencies: Fc=3.28 MHz

Disposal information

Within the European Union, the
marked equipment is covered by
“Directive 2002/96/EC of the
European Parliament and of the
Council of 27 January 2003 on waste
electrical and electronic equipment.
Amended by “Directive 2003/108
The easyPocket is an additional product to your
hearing instrument which may be available to
purchase. If you think it would assist you in your
day-to-day life, talk to your NHS Provider about how
you can obtain a easyPocket. Further information
is available on our website or
Octiv instruments are
easyPocket compatible.
The easyPocket remote control is
available as an optional accessory
allowing for convenient and discreet
hearing instrument adjustment.
It is extremely ergonomic, has
an easy-to-read display and a
modern, stylish look.


Hearing instrument emits
whistling sounds.
Reinsert the ear piece until it fi ts
Decrease the volume.
Clean or exchange the ear piece.
Sound is distorted.
Decrease the volume.
Replace the empty battery.
Clean or exchange the tube and
the ear piece.
Hearing instrument emits signal tones.
Replace the empty battery.
Hearing instrument does not work.
Turn the hearing instrument on.
Gently close the battery door.
Replace the empty battery.
Make sure the battery is inserted
Power-on delay is active. Wait
several seconds and check again.


Sound is weak
Increase the volume.
Replace the empty battery.
Clean or exchange the tube and
the ear piece.
For NHS Providers:
The target population is primarily the adult population over 21 years of
age. The patient may have some control of the level or volume of the
signal and the patient should discuss this adjustment as well as his or her
comfort level and sound of the signal with their NHS Provider.
Risk of further impairment to the user’s hearing health.
The volume of the tinnitus noiser can be set to a level which could lead
to permanent hearing damage when used for a prolonged period of time.
Should the tinnitus noiser be set to such a level in the hearing
instrument, advise the user of the maximum amount of time per
day he or she should use the tinnitus noiser.
For example, occupational safety guidelines restrict continuous
noise exposure of 80 dBA SPL to 8 hours per day.
The tinnitus noiser should never be used at uncomfortable levels.
Your hearing instruments
are designed to comply with
international standards on
electromagnetic compatibility
but interference with nearby
electronic devices could occur.
In this case, move away from the
source of interference.


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