Depending on your hearing aid and level of hearing loss, there are specific batteries and chargers available to ensure you get the best performance.
Our rechargeable lithium-ion technology delivers a full day of hearing and streaming so you can get the best possible performance out of your hearing aids.
Rechargeable technology provides more reliable solutions by continuous investments in engineering and firmware upgrades. There is a surging demand for rechargeable lithium-ion hearing aids and it is the preferred choice for end consumers and audiologists due to its longer-life time, easy handling, reliability and multi-charge capacity.
There are six smart charging options for your lithium-ion batteries to choose from. No matter which one you go with, you can expect ease-of-use at the touch of a button.
There are several hearing aid battery types and sizes that are color-coded for easy identification.
These batteries are the latest development in the market with a very high energy density, providing more capacity and a longer battery life compared to other well-established hearing aid batteries by up to 15%*. These batteries have been developed to support individuals who wear hearing aids meet modern-day challenges, and allow wearers to enjoy long conversations, hours of streaming, and everyday life. Ask your hearing care professional for Phonak private label batteries with this state-of-the art technology.
These environmentally friendly batteries use air as an energy source with a tab that seals the air holes. Once the tab is removed, it takes about two minutes before the battery is activated. If it’s not activated correctly, the battery could get damaged and won’t have the required voltage level to work properly. These batteries have a minimum shelf-life of two years, and when you’re ready to dispose of them, it’s recommended to recycle.
A variety of micro batteries are available at our hearing care professional network, please ask your provider to find the best and most convenient solution for you.
These high-quality, reliable batteries are fast-charging, high-performing, and can be used in most hearing aids. They don’t contain any heavy metals like mercury, cadmium, or lead, and are subject to strict safety and quality checks. They also feature a quality seal to guarantee maximum product protection, as well as a re-closeable clip to keep them safe.
From incorrectly storing your hearing aids, to not waiting long enough for the battery to activate, there are a few things to be aware of when making sure your batteries last and work as long as possible.
The running time of your hearing aid battery depends on several factors, but there are ways you can extend it with proper care and handling to get the best performance out of your batteries.
Factors that can shorten your battery’s running time:
Despite getting a new battery, it’s possible that you could still have problems with your hearing aids not working. Luckily, there are steps you can take to troubleshoot your issues before going to a hearing care provider.
Factors that can stop your hearing aids from working:
* based on data from first 18 months post launch
**Accelerated capacity lab testing at room temperature
***16hrs of battery on a single charge, including 8hrs of everyday listening, 4hrs of Bluetooth streaming and 4 hours of TV streaming.
Battery life may be minimally reduced when using ActiveVent receiver.
1. Nilsson, M. & Omisore, D., (2017). The Phonak rechargeable solution: Part 2. Phonak Field Study News, retrieved from www.phonak.com/evidence, accessed February 19th, 2018.