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- High energy, long lasting Zinc Air Hearing Aid Batteries for use in most ITC and CIC hearing aids
- The simple design of these Zinc Air Hearing Aid Batteries takes all the hassle and frustration out of handling such small batteries
- Dispenser keeps Zinc Air Hearing Aid Batteries safe from loss or damage
- The rechargeable Cheap Hearing Aid Batteries do not contain any heavy metals like mercury, cadmium or lead
- These high-performance Best Hearing Aid Batteries are characterized by their excellent reliability and quality without any memory effect
- All power one batteries are subjected to strict safety and quality checks
- Standard dial pack of 6 cells
- Voltage: 1.4V
- Max Discharging Current: 6mA
- Type: Zinc Air
- This pack contain 6 button cells
- Please remove tab for activate battery before use
- Please do not swallow & keep away from children
How to Test Hearing Aid Batteries
- Put your hearing aid batteries in your hearing aids
- Put on your hearing aids and listen to something, whether it is the television or someone in the room talking. If you can hear properly, your batteries work.
- Purchase a zinc-air battery tester, which is available online and at many hearing clinics and drugstores.
- Place the hearing aid battery with the proper side facing down on the tester plate. You can tell the proper side because the plate and the battery should be marked with positive and negative indicators.
- Read the tester output. Different testers signify good batteries differently, so read the directions of your tester to interpret the output. For example, in some testers a light turns on to indicate the battery is good.
How to Replace Hearing Aid Batteries
- Turn off the hearing aid and remove the hearing aid from the ear.
- Locate the battery compartment and open the battery door.
- Turn the hearing aid over and release the hearing aid battery into the opposite hand. Dispose of the hearing aid battery in the trash. Zinc air batteries can be safely disposed of in the trash.
- Remove a fresh hearing aid battery from the battery pack. Check to make sure that the battery is the correct size and type for the hearing aid.
- Hold the battery by the end of the plastic battery tab. Place the battery into the battery case. Peel off the plastic battery tab.
- Close the battery door and place the hearing aid in the ear. Listen to various sounds to make sure that the battery is working.
- Replace the battery every 10 to 14 days or when the hearing aid emits beeping tones.
The Disposal of Hearing Aid Batteries:
Batteries contain chemicals and heavy metals that can cause environmental hazards, so it's important to properly dispose of them. Hearing-aid wearers have various options for safe disposal of their hearing-aid batteries
- Hearing-aid batteries typically are composed of mercury, silver or zinc. Check the package to find out what metal is in your batteries. Disposal instructions may be printed on the back of the package
Household Hazardous Waste Sites:
- One of the best ways to dispose of hearing-aid batteries is taking them to your local household hazardous waste collection site. Ask your county government, a recycling center, or your garbage company about the nearest site
Silver Oxide Batteries:
- According to Environment, Health and Safety Online, you can dispose of silver oxide hearing aid batteries in your regular garbage, under a consumer exemption in the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
Household Collection Programs:
- Hearing-aid batteries may be taken to a household collection program. However, Environment, Health and Safety Online says many batteries collected through these programs end up in hazardous waste landfills
- Many states have battery recycling laws. In California, all batteries are considered hazardous waste and must be recycled or taken to a household hazardous waste facility or a universal waste handler, according to Environment, Health and Safety Online
How to Replace A Hearing Aid Battery?
This article will describe how to replace the battery in a "In the Ear" hearing aid. You will need to know the battery size for your particular unit. If you don't already know it step 2 will show how to get the battery out of your unit. Then you can use it to get the right type and size
- Click On Picture Pick the right work place to do this
- Because of their size it is a good idea to do this task at a desk or table to reduce the risk of dropping the battery and losing it. A black drop cloth is helpful
- Click On Picture Shows the location of the battery compartment
- The image shows the location of the battery compartment. Because everything is all the same color finding the battery door can be a bit confusing. This little door is on a hinge so open it slowly and carefully. Using a fingernail, flip the door open and slip the battery out of it's cage. Be very careful not to damage the little cage, it is very fragile. Battery sizes can be identified by a color code on the packaging. Some units use a 10A which has yellow markings. A 312 uses brown markings. It is very important to use the right size and type of battery for your unit for obvious reasons
- Click On Picture Battery door open
- This picture shows the battery door open and the battery is in it's cage
- Click On Picture
- Couple of more shots of the battery cage
- Click On Picture Plus is up
- Now put the new battery in the cage with the + side up. Actually the battery will fit into the cage only one way and still let the door close so at this point it's nearly impossible to install the battery incorrectly. Then swing the door closed and your task is complete
How to Purchase Hearing Aid Batteries?
Hearing aid batteries can be purchased from a variety of sources such as drugstores, general retail shops, online stores and audiology clinics. Shop around to obtain the best price. Some batteries have a longer life than others, so consider battery life when comparing prices. Read on to learn how to purchase hearing aid batteries
- Determine what size battery is needed for the hearing aid. Common hearing aid battery sizes include 675, 312, 13, 10 and 5
- Compare battery strength and battery life among hearing aid brands. Some stores sell trial packs to compare different brands. Compare the hearing aid battery features such as ease of removal from the packaging and ease of installation in the hearing aid
- Figure out if buying hearing aid batteries in bulk will result in substantial savings. Keep in mind that batteries have an expiration date to be used by
- Compare prices from several hearing aid resources and determine the lowest price per battery for the desired brand
- Purchase batteries from the retailer that provides the lowest price per battery for the desired brand
- Consider purchasing a battery holder when purchasing hearing aid batteries. Battery holders conveniently store several batteries in a small container that can be attached to a belt loop or backpack
- 6 x Zinc Air Hearing Aid Batteries
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