Rechargeable Hearing Aids
We are pleased to offer rechargeable hearing aids and batteries to our customers.
Hearing aids with standard disposable batteries require constant removal. This proved to be very inconvenient. On the contrary, rechargeable hearing aids have built-in batteries that do not need to be regularly removed. Instead of removing the batteries themselves, you dock your hearing aids each night on a charging unit, the principle is like that of a smartphone recharge.
Modern rechargeable hearing aids have proven hugely popular with hearing aid users. And here’s why.
- The batteries that power the hearing aids are small but with rechargeable hearing aids they won’t have to be removed.
- With an overnight charge, rechargeable batteries will give you a full day of power.
- A rechargeable hearing aid provides an easier device to use with less stress.
- They last longer, more dependable and better for the environment.
ZPower Hearing’s rechargeable technology
Your clients can enjoy the convenience with Oticon Opn now — rechargeable hearing aids with an open sound experience and 2.4 GHz direct streaming. With Opn hearing aids, you get a listening experience that sounds more natural, consequently you can choose where to focus. The quality of the sound that our hearing aid delivers changes people’s lives. Opn can constantly provide your brain with exceptional sound, at the same time reducing noise even between individual words.
Rechargeable System ZPower;
ZPower batteries are non-toxic, non-flammable and can be recycled.
Some models can be modified with the ZPower silver-zinc technology.
Silver-zinc batteries charge lasts about 40% longer in comparison with other rechargeable hearing aid options.
Two Types of Rechargeable Systems
There are two contemporary rechargeable hearing aid system types, each having their advantages and disadvantages.
Before the introduction of these types, rechargeable battery systems were based on nickel metal hydride. The battery wasn't suitable for most people, and the charge often would not last even for a day, especially if you were using any audio streaming. All of those problems vanished with the introduction of Lithium-Ion and Silver-Zinc rechargeable battery systems to the market. This new generation of rechargeable battery technologies promises to make life easier for consumers.
For instance, the Silver-Zinc technology combines the best of both worlds, offering over thirty hours of use on one charge, and in case you forgot to charge the batteries, you can always change them to traditional hearing aid types.
They can be more convenient.
It is important to remember that traditional hearing aids require replacement batteries in case they run dry. The user needs to purchase them beforehand. Otherwise, he/she might find themselves in the middle of a business meeting or on a road trip suddenly unable to hear. With rechargeable batteries, you just need to remember to charge your hearing aid batteries overnight. Most rechargeable hearing aids also allow disposable battery usage in case of inability to charge your batteries for some reason.
What Type of Battery do I Have?
Most contemporary hearing aids have rechargeable batteries by default, so if you purchased your hearing aids not so long ago, most likely that your hearing aids will possess one of two battery types - Silver-zinc or Lithium-Ion batteries.
Silver-zinc can usually be distinguished by a battery door on the device, it is rechargeable, but the batteries may have to be replaced every now and then.
A Lithium-ion battery doesn’t have a battery door because the batteries will last as long as the hearing aid does.
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