When developing hearing aids, you need systems that allow you to test, benchmark, control quality and augment product designs, while taking into consideration quality hearing reproduction and problem-free communication.
Hearing aid designers have to take into consideration a long list of expectations and corresponding challenges, including:
Hearing aids systems need to support both traditional, standardized electroacoustic measurements and open and flexible processes that assist in the development of new hearing aid technologies and features.
Typical measurement set-up for hearing aid testing uses an ear simulator (coupler) and an anechoic test box. An anechoic test box provides excellent insulation from external noise, even at low frequencies, and well-defined, uniform test conditions, which are important requirements for obtaining accurate and repeatable measurements for key measurements such as input/output characteristics, internal noise generation and leakage detection. In turn, the coupler allows for easy mounting of and accurate measurements on a wide range of hearing aids. The measurements are managed and data analyzed in our PULSE Electroacoustic Testing Software Type 7907.
Designed to produce an exact acoustic replicate of an electric input signal and to exclude all external noise when performing measurements on hearing aids and mircophones.
A versatile platform for electroacoustic transducer evaluation, PULSE Electroacoustics includes a wide range of advanced analysis capabilities required by audio engineers working in acoustical design research and development.
2 cc Click-on Coupler is designed for measurements in accordance with ANSI S3.7 (2008) and IEC 60318-5 (2006) standards, and is optimized for repetitive testing hearing-aids in the laboratory and on the production line.