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  • FDA Warnings and Cautions

  • Table of Contents

  • Introduction

  • Getting to Know Your Hearing Aid

  • Preparing Your Hearing Aids for Use

  • Placing Your Hearing Aids in Your Ears

  • Removing Your Hearing Aids from Your Ears

  • Using Your Hearing Aids

  • Advanced Options

  • Cleaning and Caring for Your Hearing Aids

  • Wireless Accessories

  • General Warnings and Cautions

  • Cyber Security Warnings

  • Troubleshooting

  • Regulatory Information

  • Technical Specifications

  • Additional Information

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ENHANCE SELECT 200

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Receiver-In-Ear hearing aids, Rechargeable

Life is richer when you can hear it.

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Summary of Contents for Jabra ENHANCE SELECT 200

  • Page 1 ENHANCE SELECT 200 User guide Receiver-In-Ear hearing aids, Rechargeable Life is richer when you can hear it. ™...
  • Page 2: Fda Warnings And Cautions

    FDA warnings and cautions WARNING:If you are younger than 18, do not use this You should go to a doctor, preferably an ear-nose-throat doctor (an ENT), because your condition needs specialized care. Over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids are only for users who are age 18 or older. This OTC hearing aid is for users who are 18 and older.
  • Page 3 • You have worse hearing in one ear • You hear ringing or buzzing in only one ear. This hearing aid should not cause pain when inserting it Remove this device from your ear if it causes pain or discomfort when you insert or place it. To try again, make sure to follow the instructions.
  • Page 4 NOTE: If you remain concerned, consult a professional • If you try this device and continue to struggle with or remain concerned about your hearing, you should consult with a hearing healthcare professional. What you might expect when you start using your hearing aid •...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents FDA warnings and cautions Introduction Getting to know your hearing aid Preparing your hearing aids for use Placing your hearing aids in your ears Removing your hearing aids from your ears Using your hearing aids Advanced options Cleaning and caring for your hearing aids Wireless accessories General warnings and cautions...
  • Page 7: Introduction

    Introduction Thank you for choosing Jabra Enhance hearing aids. We recommend that you use your hearing aids every day. NOTE: • Read this booklet carefully BEFORE using your hearing aids. • Visit jabraenhance.com/start to learn how to wear your hearing aids, pair them to your mobile device and download the Jabra Enhance Select app.
  • Page 8 Clinical data The devices have been evaluated clinically through equivalence, and the devices have been compared to equivalent devices and similar devices on the market with similar intended purpose, e.g., to compensate for hearing impairment by amplifying and transmitting sound to the ear. Based on technical and clinical data presented for the device in question, the equivalent predecessor and generally similar devices, it is concluded to support the clinical performance expressed in user needs and claims.
  • Page 9 An App (Getting Started) Guide with instructions for downloading and connecting to the Jabra Enhance Select app • This user guide. If anything is missing, please contact customer support at Jabra Enhance. See the back page for contact information. Symbols WARNING: Points out a situation that Legal manufacturer.
  • Page 10: Getting To Know Your Hearing Aid

    Getting to know your hearing aid Microphones Receiver wire Left (blue) / right (red) Push button color coding Model and Receiver serial number Dome* *Open dome is shown. Your own may look different. NOTE: In other places you may see the term "eartip" or "earbud" used instead of "dome", but these terms have the same meaning.
  • Page 11 Replacement parts and optional extras Contact Jabra Enhance for further information and ordering. See the back page for contact information. Domes Tulip dome Closed dome Open dome Tulip domes are one size. Closed and open domes are available in different sizes.
  • Page 12 Sport lock (optional) Dome The sport lock helps keep your hearing aids in place when you are physically active. See "Mounting a sport lock on the receiver", page 42 for instruction on how to mount the sport lock on the receiver. Sport lock...
  • Page 13: Preparing Your Hearing Aids For Use

    • If the outer casing of your rechargeable hearing aid is broken, the rechargeable batteries inside may leak. In this case, do not attempt to use the hearing aid - contact Jabra Enhance. See the back page for contact information.
  • Page 14 • For safety reasons, use only the charger provided with your hearing aid. • When traveling, consult your airline about any rules for transportation of your hearing aid and charger. Charging your hearing aids We recommend that you fully charge your hearing aids before using them. This is just a precaution to make sure that you don't run out of power unexpectedly.
  • Page 15 These will work again when you charge the hearing aid. You can check the battery status by placing the hearing aid in the hearing aid charger. (Premium charger only). You can also check the battery status in the Jabra Enhance Select app.
  • Page 16: Placing Your Hearing Aids In Your Ears

    Placing your hearing aids in your ears How to tell left from right Left hearing aid (blue marking Right hearing aid (red marking on the receiver) on the receiver) CAUTION: Your two hearing aids may each be programmed differently. Do not swap them as this could damage your hearing.
  • Page 17 Inserting the receiver dome into your ear 1. Hang the hearing aid over the 2. Hold the receiver wire where it 3. Push the dome far enough into top of your ear. bends and gently place/push your ear canal so that the wire the receiver dome into your ear rests against your head.
  • Page 18 • If you are still unable to receive an appropriate fit, contact Jabra Enhance. See the back page for contact information. Sport lock If you have ordered sport locks with your hearing aids and mounted them as instructed on page 42, insert...
  • Page 19: Removing Your Hearing Aids From Your Ears

    Removing your hearing aids from your ears 1. Lift the hearing aid off your ear. 2. Hold the receiver wire with your thumb and forefinger where it bends and pull the dome out of your ear canal.
  • Page 20: Using Your Hearing Aids

    Using your hearing aids Turning your hearing aids on and off To turn your hearing aids on or off, press the push button for 5seconds. Pressing the button for different lengths of time enables other functions. See "Using the push button", page 21. Your hearing aids will automatically go into sleep mode when you place them in the turned-on charger, and they will automatically reactivate when you remove them from the turned-on charger.
  • Page 21 Smart Start Smart Start delays the time before your hearing aid turns on after you remove the hearing aid from the charger. With this function activated, you will hear a beep for each second of the delay period (either 5 or 10 seconds). Smart Start delays when sound comes through your hearing aid.
  • Page 22 You can also use the push button to set the hearing aid in flight mode (wireless mode off). See "Flight Mode / Wireless Communication Off Mode (optional)", page 26. Streaming You can activate streaming from the Jabra Enhance Select app. Using a telephone Your hearing aid allows you to use your telephone as you normally do. Finding the optimal position for holding the phone may require practice.
  • Page 23 Mobile phones Your hearing aids comply with the most stringent Standards of International Electromagnetic Compatibility. Any degree of disturbance can be due to the nature of your particular mobile phone or of your wireless telephone service provider. NOTE: • If you have a mobile device, you can pair it to connect directly to your hearing aids. See "Advanced options", page 24.
  • Page 24: Advanced Options

    • Visit jabraenhance.com/start to learn how to pair your hearing aids to your mobile device and download the Jabra Enhance Select app. • If your Bluetooth® enabled Android smartphone does not stream directly to your hearing aids, you can use our Phone Clip+ for streaming capabilities.
  • Page 25 Install updates to keep the app working correctly. • To get step by step instructions on how to connect your hearing aids with the Jabra Enhance Select app, refer to the printed "Get Connected" guide that came with your box.
  • Page 26 This service only works if your mobile device is connected to the internet. Visit jabraenhance.com/start to learn how to pair your hearing aids to your mobile device and download the Jabra Enhance Select app. For optimum performance, make sure the hearing aids are connected to the Jabra Enhance Select app and placed close to the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or the Android smartphone before applying the changes.
  • Page 27 3. Your hearing aid will double-flash four times. If you are wearing your hearing aids at the time, you will hear double tones ( ) for about 10 seconds, meaning the hearing aid is now in Flight Mode. Activating wireless communication (turning off Flight Mode) 1.
  • Page 28: Cleaning And Caring For Your Hearing Aids

    Cleaning and caring for your hearing aids Cleaning tools These cleaning tools come with your hearing aids: 1. Soft cloth. 3. Wax filters. 2. A brush with a battery magnet.
  • Page 29 General instructions for care and maintenance NOTE: To ensure you get the highest quality experience and longest useful lifetime out of your hearing aids, it is important to clean and care for them. Keeping your hearing aids in perfect working order is easily done. Just follow these steps: 1.
  • Page 30 CAUTION: • Never use alcohol or other cleaning solutions to clean your hearing aids. This can damage your hearing aids and may cause a skin reaction. • Ear wax or other residue on your hearing aids can cause an infection. To avoid this, clean your hearing aids as instructed.
  • Page 31 • Receiver wires may become stiff, brittle or discolored over time. If you think your receiver wire needs to be replaced, contact Jabra Enhance. • See "Replacing the receivers", page 39 for information about how to replace the receiver on the...
  • Page 32 Incorrect dome replacement can result in a dome being left in your ear when you remove your hearing aid. • If you don't feel confident performing this task, please contact Jabra Enhance support. See the back page for contact information. CAUTION: •...
  • Page 33 Standard domes The illustrations show an open dome, but the procedure is the same for all other domes. Follow these instructions to replace your domes. 1. Remove the used dome by pulling it off the receiver and 2. Push the new dome over the ribbed then discard it.
  • Page 34 Tulip domes To change a tulip dome, follow these instructions: 1. Remove the used dome by pulling it 2. Push the largest petal back, then off the receiver and then discard it. press the tulip dome over the This may require a bit of force. ribbed end of the receiver.
  • Page 35 3. Check that the tulip dome is 4. Push the larger petal forward. This illustration shows a securely mounted by verifying that correctly mounted tulip the collar completely covers the dome. Ensure the large ribbed end of the receiver. petal is outside the small petal.
  • Page 36 Changing the wax filter The wax filter is located at the inward end of the receiver. The wax filter helps keep earwax away from the components of the hearing aid. You must replace it on a regular basis. It will depend on how much wax your ears produce. You will need your box of wax filter tools.
  • Page 37 Removing the old wax filter 1. Remove the dome from the receiver. 2. Open the wax filter case and take out one of the tools. Each tool has a small hook in one end and a new wax filter in the other.
  • Page 38 Re-attach your dome or a the sound outlet. replacement dome. NOTE: If you don't feel confident performing this task, please contact Jabra Enhance support. See the back page for contact information.
  • Page 39 Replacing the receivers If you are unable to achieve an appropriate fit of the receiver to your ear, you may need another length of receiver wire. Contact Jabra Enhance for further information and ordering. See the back page for contact information.
  • Page 40 Replace the receiver When you have received the new receivers, follow this procedure to replace them: 1. Start removing the receiver by 2. The receiver lock release will 3. Pull the receiver away from the pushing down with a fingernail disengage from the body of the body of the hearing instrument.
  • Page 41 Instead of using your nail for this, the replacement tool that came with your hearing aid may be a good alternative. • If you don't feel confident performing this task, please contact Jabra Enhance support. See the back page for contact information.
  • Page 42 4. Ensure the sport lock is fully seated on the receiver. 5. The sport lock is now attached and ready. NOTE: If you don't feel confident performing this task, please contact Jabra Enhance support. See the back page for contact information.
  • Page 43: Wireless Accessories

    FM receiver, and a mini-jack input for wired streaming of audio from a computer or music player. Accessing wireless accessories You can activate streaming from the Jabra Enhance Select app. NOTE: •...
  • Page 44: General Warnings And Cautions

    General warnings and cautions WARNING: • See also "FDA warnings and cautions", page 2. • Never leave children or people with cognitive, intellectual, or mental health challenges unsupervised while using their hearing aids. Hearing aids contain small pieces that can be dangerous if swallowed. •...
  • Page 45 • Use only original consumables from the manufacturer (e.g., wax guards). • Use only accessories intended for use with your hearing aids. Contact Jabra Enhance for further information and ordering. • Do not try to modify the shape of your hearing aid or accessories. This can cause skin reactions or sharp edges leading to scratches or sores.
  • Page 46: Cyber Security Warnings

    Cyber security warnings Failing to follow these precautions can compromise the information security of your hearing aid and potentially cause hearing loss or tinnitus. CAUTION: • Only connect your hearing aid to a trusted computer or mobile device, or one used by a hearing care professional.
  • Page 47: Troubleshooting

    Is the receiver inserted correctly in the ear, See "Inserting the receiver dome into your doesn't fit and is the wire length correct? ear", page 17, or contact Jabra Enhance. comfortably See the back page for contact information. Feedback or Is your dome inserted correctly in your Put it back in.
  • Page 48 Charge the hearing aid charger. (See the user guide for your charger.) Is the receiver wire broken? Contact Jabra Enhance for a replacement. Does the hearing aid need cleaning, or is Clean your hearing aids and change your the wax filter clogged? wax filters.
  • Page 49 Issue Potential cause Potential solution Hearing aid is not Is the hearing aid correctly inserted in the Put the hearing aid back in the charger. charging charger? (See the user guide for your charger.) Is the hearing aid charger charged or Charge the hearing aid charger.
  • Page 50: Regulatory Information

    The warranty period of hearing aids is designated on your warranty card, which is provided by Jabra Enhance. For full details, visit jabraenhance.com/terms-and-conditions.
  • Page 51 During use During normal operation the temperature should not exceed the limit values of +5°C (+41°F) to +40°C (104°F) at a relative humidity range of 15% to 90%, non-condensing, but not requiring a water vapor partial pressure greater than 50hPa. An atmospheric pressure between 700hPa and 1060hPa is appropriate. CAUTION: During use, your hearing aids may reach temperatures up to 43°C (109°F).
  • Page 52 Expected service lifetime The expected service lifetime for the product when used as intended is: Product Lifetime Hearing aid 5 years Built-in rechargeable battery 5 years Dome 3 months Receivers 2 years Electronic accessories (e.g., wireless accessories) 5 years Non-clinical testing The devices covered within this user guide have undergone tests for the relevant non-clinical performance testing and biological endpoints in accordance with standards identified below: •...
  • Page 53 The devices covered in this user guide passed all tests for the relevant non-clinical performance testing and biological endpoints, namely cytotoxicity (ISO 10993-05:2009), sensitization, and intracutaneous reactivity (ISO 10993-10:2010). Similarly, usability testing and software verification and validation demonstrated mitigation of risks to an acceptable level as well as reasonable assurance of safe and effective device performance.
  • Page 54 Statement This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules and ISED rules. Its operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference. 2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 55 The products are in compliance with the following regulatory requirements: • In the US: FCC CFR 47 Part 15, subpart C. Type designations The hearing aid type designation for models included in this user guide is: CAR46 03 Q, FCC ID: X26CAR46 03 Q, IC: 6941C-CAR46 03 Q Hearing aid variants Mini Receiver In-the-Ear (RIE) hearing aids of type CAR46 03 Q with FCC ID X26CAR46 03 Q, ICnumber6941C-CAR46 03 Q, and rechargeable Li-Ion battery are available in the following variant:...
  • Page 56: Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications RIE — MP receiver Model:QB561-C Reference test gain (60 dB SPL input) Maximum Output (OSPL90) (The lower curve in the Full-On and Ref.Test.Gain chart) Full-on gain (50 dB SPL input) (The upper curve in the Full-On and Ref.Test.Gain chart) Max.
  • Page 57: Additional Information

    Additional information Acknowledgements Portions of this software are written by Kenneth MacKay (micro-ecc) and licensed under the following terms and conditions: Copyright ® 2014, Kenneth MacKay. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: •...
  • Page 58 © 2023GNHearing A/S. All rights reserved. Jabra is a trademark of GNAudio A/S. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc., registered in the US and other countries.
  • Page 59 Notes...
  • Page 60 For support, please contact: Jabra 8001 E Bloomington Freeway Bloomington, MN 55420 (800) 854-2772 support@jabraenhance.com JabraEnhance.com...
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