Today’s wireless hearing aids battery are far more technologically advanced than in the past. Thanks to easy and reliable charging, hearing aids battery allow you to continue your active life without worrying about your hearing aids running out of power.
What are battery hearing aids?
While many hearing aids come with batteries, battery-free hearing aids – as rechargeable hearing aids are often called – are becoming increasingly popular. With rechargeable hearing aids, you can enjoy great sound quality without having to buy and change hearing aid batteries on a regular basis.
Hearing aids with rechargeable batteries can only be placed in a charger at night or when not in use. With the rechargeable battery built into the hearing aid, you no longer have to worry about the battery running out, and you don’t have to go through the hassle of changing the battery.
The rechargeable battery option is available in ReSound Receiver-In-Ear (RIE) hearing aids. RIE hearing aids sit comfortably behind the ear and provide more space for advanced features and additional power. Their small size makes them very discreet.
How to find the right product in our hearing aid batteries comparison 2021
The choice of hearing aid battery depends mainly on the type of hearing aid. If you wear a hearing aid behind the ear, you need to buy hearing aid batteries 13 or hearing aid batteries 312. For hearing aids in the ear, other batteries are used: hearing aid batteries 10.
In addition to the quality of the hearing aid, it is also important to pay attention to the quality of the hearing aid battery. After all, no one wants to run out of power during an important conversation, or for the hearing aid to completely give up the ghost.
With good hearing aid batteries, you can also rely on the indication of the shelf life in years or the runtime in days.
Most importantly, you need to choose the right type of hearing aid batteries: Hearing aid batteries a13, hearing aid batteries p312 or hearing aid batteries 675? On BILD.de you can find out which type of hearing aid battery is the right one for you.
how to find the right hearing aid battery for your hearing aid?
In comparison, hearing aids are becoming smaller and smaller due to aesthetic reasons. Besides the different manufacturers of hearing aids (e.g. hearing aids from Kind or from Geers), you can mainly distinguish between hearing aids that are worn behind the ear or those that are worn in the ear.
The type of hearing aid also determines the type of hearing aid battery. Below we will introduce you to the different types of hearing aid batteries.
The easiest way to recognize the different hearing aid batteries is by the different color scheme.
Hearing aid battery description
Hearing aid battery p312 or 312
Color scheme brown
diameter and height 7.80 mm × 3.45 mm
primarily for behind-the-ear hearing aids
capacity in mah: 180
runtime about seven to nine days
Hearing aid battery a13 or 13
Color scheme orange
diameter and height 7.80 mm × 5.35 mm
primarily for behind-the-ear hearing aids
capacity in mah: 310
Runtime about up to 14 days
Hearing aid battery 10
Color scheme yellow
diameter and height 5.80 mm × 3.55 mm
for in-the-ear and behind-the-ear hearing aids
Capacity in mah: 100
Runtime about five to six days
Hearing aid battery 675
Color scheme blue
Diameter and height 11.56 mm × 5.33 mm
capacity in mah: 650
for high power hearing aids or cochlear implants
Runtime about nine to 20 days
How do battery hearing aids work?
Button cells belong to the micro batteries. Although they differ in four sizes, they all use zinc-air technology exclusively. Zinc-air batteries are characterized by their long life.
Hearing aid batteries provide power to your hearing aid. Many hearing aids are not designed to use rechargeable batteries, which is why you usually need the right battery for your hearing aid.
In the past, hearing aid batteries were made of mercury oxide and zinc. For safety reasons and environmental friendliness, this is now abandoned and the amount of mercury is drastically reduced. In this respect, zinc-air batteries are much more environmentally friendly.
The battery starts to run when air enters the hearing aid battery and combines with the zinc to form zinc oxide.
This can sometimes take a few minutes after removing the protective film before the small power plant discharges its energy and makes the hearing aid run.
Caution: Make absolutely sure that in a package with several hearing aid batteries, the protective foil of the batteries is undamaged. If this is no longer intact, the chemical reaction has already begun and the battery is already starting to discharge.
The technology of rechargeable hearing aids
In a world where almost every technology is accompanied by a charger, it’s only natural that hearing aids are also rechargeable. Just as you would charge your smartphone overnight, the same goes for wireless battery hearing aids. So you never have to miss a special moment because the battery needs to be changed.
Rechargeable battery hearing aids have been available for some time, but they were not popular because of their low output power. Thanks to advances in hearing aid technology, today’s best rechargeable hearing aids give you power that lasts longer than a full day.
Traditionally, batteries were made with nickel metal hydride (NiMH). Now, the best battery hearing aids use lithium-ion battery technology, which has fundamentally changed the performance of wireless battery hearing aids.
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