Small Hearing Aid Audicus Digital Hearing Aid Sound Amplifier With Trimmer N-H And Tone Adjustable
The G-22 is a hearing aid types of small Hearing Aid Audicus digital hearing aid Sound Amplifier With Trimmer N-H And tone Adjustable
Mini BTE trimmer hearing aid Earsmate G-22
●Unique Mini BTE hearing aid design
●Adjustable Volume button
●Trimmer N-H Switcher
+Peak OSPL 90 (dB SPL):125dB
+HAF OSPL 90 (dB SPL):115dB
●Zinc Air battery size A13
Mini BTE hearing aid With NH trimmer adjustable
Peak OSPL 90 ( dB SPL)
HFA OSPL 90 ( dB SPL)
Peak Gain ( dB )
HFA/FOG Gain ( dB )
Total harmonic wave distortion
Zinc Air battery
DC 1.5V, Current: ≤1.5mA
Yes, N-H switcher
Working day time 20-30 days
Color box: 3.5*8.5*12 cm/unit, Gross weight:80g/unit
CE,FCC & ROHS, and the FDA 2017
The hearing aids Batteries tips(edit by Earsmate)
While there are some instances that a hearing aid uses a rechargeable battery or a long-life disposable battery, the majority of modern hearing aids use one of five standard button cell zinc–air batteries. (Older hearing aids often used mercury battery cells, but these cells have become banned in most countries today.) Modern hearing aid button cell types are typically referred to by their common number name or the color of their packaging.
They are typically loaded into the hearing aid via a rotating battery door, with the flat side (case) as the positive terminal (cathode) and the rounded side as the negative terminal (anode).
These batteries all operate from 1.35 to 1.45 volts.
The type of battery a specific hearing aid utilizes depends on the physical size allowable and the desired lifetime of the battery, which is in turn determined by the power draw of the hearing aid device. Typical battery lifetimes run between 1 and 30 days (assuming 8-hour days).