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It is important that your batteries never fail, that such a detail does not interfere with your hearing; and that you can easily get the most suitable one for your hearing aid. The choice is important: you need batteries that guarantee the optimal functioning of the devices and, at the same time, optimize their life.
The different types of batteries respond to the technical needs of each hearing aid. We try to make them all available to you. But we also try to make it as simple as possible and that is why we differentiate them by color, so that it is easier to identify them and we include them in our maintenance services.
On average, a type 10 battery lasts three to five days; a type 312 lasts seven to 10 days; a type 13 lasts ten to fourteen days; and a type 675, the largest battery, should last from two weeks to seventeen days. Since hearing aid batteries are changed often, you may be tempted to throw used batteries in the trash. Disposing of these devices in this way should be avoided at all costs, as disposing of hearing aid batteries in the trash is harmful to the environment.
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Contact with metallic objects such as keys or coins can cause a short circuit in the hearing aid batteries, therefore, it is recommended not to carry loose batteries in a purse, wallet or purse.
The operating time of the hearing aid battery depends on the hours of use per day, the amplification and the functions or type of hearing aid used. The transmission has a direct influence on the operating time of a battery due to its high capacity.
These rapidly rechargeable batteries are environmentally friendly. By using our rechargeable button cell batteries, you will help protect the environment. The rechargeable batteries do not contain heavy metals such as mercury, cadmium or lead.these high performance NiHM batteries are characterized by excellent reliability and quality with no memory effect. All power one batteries are manufactured in Ellwangen (Germany) and undergo strict quality and safety tests.
Hearing aid batteries that have been physically defined as rechargeable (NiMH technology) have a lower energy density compared to zinc-air hearing aid batteries (main batteries). This is expressed by a lower capacity, which is consistent with approximately 1/10 of the capacity of the main batteries. In contrast, rechargeable hearing aid batteries can be recharged approximately 500 times, which means that if a hearing aid is fitted with an ACCU battery, it has a capacity of one day, whereas if the same hearing aid is fitted with a zinc-air battery, it can have a capacity of up to 10 days.
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Do you want to enjoy your hearing aids all day long without having to change the batteries every so often? The answer you are looking for is the new battery-free rechargeable hearing aids that many brands and hearing centers are now offering.
Rechargeable hearing aids are easier to use and recharge than hearing aids that use classic button batteries. At the end of the day, simply place them in the corresponding charger and wait for the charging time, which is not usually very long.
Most hearing aid chargers have an additional function in addition to charging: drying the rechargeable hearing aids. Hearing aids are placed in an area of our body that is exposed to ambient humidity and sweat. The charger’s drying function therefore allows us to enjoy completely dry and recharged hearing aids after recharging, so that we can listen to even the lightest sound at all times.
As with other types of hearing aids for the deaf, the price of rechargeable hearing aids varies depending on the technology and features of each device, although their cost is usually in the range between €1,000 and €3,000. The final price varies, depending on the features of each device.
Rechargeable hearing aid batteries
Today’s rechargeable hearing aids are much more technologically advanced than they used to be. Simply recharging them allows them to carry on with everyday life without worrying about running out of battery power.
While many hearing aids come with disposable batteries, battery-free hearing aids, as rechargeable hearing aids are often referred to, are becoming increasingly popular. They allow you to enjoy superior sound quality without the need to purchase and regularly change hearing aid batteries.
Rechargeable hearing aids can be inserted into a recharging unit at night or when not in use. The built-in battery in the hearing aid means that there is no need to worry about the battery running out, and no more changing batteries in the hearing aids.
Traditionally, batteries were produced with nickel metal hydride (NiMH). Now, they use lithium-ion or silver-zinc battery technology, which has completely changed the performance of these hearing aids.