Hearing Aid Test with APx500 Audio Analyzers
Hearing aids are truly unique from an audio test perspective. They are one of the few audio devices that have both acoustic input and acoustic output, and even the simplest ones have microphones, a power amplifier, digital signal processor, loudspeaker and controls integrated into a tiny, battery-powered package.
“We implemented the APx511 across multiple production lines in several countries and are seeing huge savings in test time and ease of integration within our software development environment.”- Carl Blackwood, manager, Test & Configuration Systems, Unitron (Sonova Group Worldwide)
APx511B Series Hearing Instrument Analyzer
Designed for use by hearing aid manufacturers conducting product research and development, verifying product performance, and verifying performance for hearing aids returned for evaluation or service. Typical test time is two minutes using an 80-frequency multitone and up to three minutes using single-frequency swept measurements.
APx517B Series Acoustic Analyzer
Perfect for customers that require more than a single microphone input or that require an additional digital I/O module such as Bluetooth. This analyzer is specifically designed, configured, and priced to meet production-line needs and set up time is less than five minutes.
APx1701 Transducer Test Interface
The features in the 1701 allow for hearing aid tests with two class AB power amplifiers and two microphone input channels, providing constant power current for measurement microphones.