T-coil


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T-coil

(koyl),
Abbreviation for telecoil.
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This technology is accessed by residents who have a T-coil in their hearing aids by placing a Roger Mylink around their neck, and accessing the T-coil program in their hearing aid.
According to the Hearing Loss Association of Sarasota, the hearing loop is the only system that can project a person's voice from a microphone directly into a hearing aid without the need of a headset, as it can access a T-Coil, a wireless receiver with which most hearing aids come equipped.
The company also provides accessories, such as T-Mic that provides wireless connectivity for everyday listening situations; iConnect, a cable-free connection for FM systems; Direct Connect that connects directly to battery powered electronic and audio devices via a stereo jack and cable; T-Coil that provides wireless access to induction-loop systems and phones.
If you have hearing aids with T-coils, choose a phone that is hearing aid compatible, and which will work with the T-coil from your hearing aid," Barton adds.
The typical inductance ranges from 90 [micro]H to 180 [micro]H, and the RDC value is between 4 [OMEGA] and 32 [OMEGA] using for switching to T-coil function.
For visitors with hearing loss, neck loops are available with T-coil compatible hearing aids.
Siemens Hearing Instruments has enhanced its Switchless[TM] T-coil (Telecoil) to provide greater sensitivity, allowing patients to use the telephone in conjunction with their hearing instrument automatically, without manual adjustments.
I had always used my micro-technology while switching my hearing aid to the T-coil setting.
To help people who use a T-coil hear better on mobile phones, an amplifying device called a loopset is available.
The major limiting factor of the audioloop system is the need for the person with the hearing loss to have a hearing aid with a functional T-coil or telephone switch and to know how to effectively use that option.
Inside is an induction coil that activates the T-Coil (telecommunications switch) in the hearing aid via an electronic signal.