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Earscan Audiometer with Data Output Photograph

Earscan MP Pure Tone Audiometer
with Data Output

Micro Audiometrics Corp.

Earscan is a sophisticated, yet easy to use, automatic and manual air conduction audiometer. For the patient who needs individual attention, Earscan can be operated in the manual (operator controlled) mode. In the automatic (microprocessor controlled) mode, Earscan will present and record all left and right ear data automatically. The microprocessor controls the testing, eliminating most operator involvement.

CHOICES: Earscan is available in two versions: as a threshold audiometer, or as a pass/fail screening audiometer. Threshold establishes the patient's ability to hear the lowest possible hearing level. Screening gives a quick indication of the patient's hearing potential based on preset pass/fail criteria.

USER SELECTABILITY: Earscan incorporates user selectable frequency and intensity levels to optimize test parameters for the best compromise of speed and thoroughness. All testing levels are user selectable prior to testing. At the time of purchase, the user may specify preset levels that will fulfill his testing requirements. If not specified, the most common preset test parameters will be provided.

RELIABLE: Earscan is designed with 100% digital switches and calibration technology which provide long term repeatability. Mechanical signal switches and calibration pots, which are a major cause for instrument failure and calibration drift, have been eliminated.

PORTABLE: Light weight and compact for easy transportation. Optional carrying cases are available.

TEST RESULTS: LCD reports stored test data, allowing the operator to recall established thresholds for both ears. Earscan interfaces with a number of printers for single or multiple hardcopy reports, or to a computer for data management with commercially available software.

UPGRADEABLE: Earscan may be upgraded to include battery backed-up memory for multiple test storage or to a full-featured hearing testing instrument with acoustic impedance and ipsilateral reflex.

WARRANTY (U.S. only): Three years parts and labor on Earscan; one year on headset and patient response button.

SERVICE (U.S. only): First year calibration free. Prompt service. Factory calibrations include free revisions that keep your Earscan up-to-date.

SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL
Dimensions 7.5"W x 3"H x 9"D (19cm x 7.6cm x 23cm)
Weight 3 lbs. (1.4 kg)
Power U.S. and international voltages
Display LCD; 14 characters x 4 lines
Presentation (3) 200 msec pulses or continuous tone
Repetition Rate Pseudo-random intervals
Standard Accessories TDH-39 headset, patient response button, user's guide
Optional Accessories Carrying case, noise excluding headphone enclosure, sound room cords, talkover, printers and software (call for availability)
Calibration First year factory calibration free (U.S. only), ANSI Standard S3.6-1989 for Pure Tone Audiometers
MANUAL AUDIOMETER
Frequencies Same as for threshold or screening version
Hearing Levels 0-90 dB HL except 250 & 8K Hz to 70 dB HL
Attenuation +5/-10 dB steps
THRESHOLD AUDIOMETER (selectable)
Frequencies 250*, 1K*, 500, 1K, 2K, 3K, 4K, 6K, 8K Hz
Hearing Levels 0-90 dB HL except 250 & 8K Hz to 70 dB HL
Attenuation +5/-10 dB steps
SCREENING VERSION (selectable)
Frequencies 250*, 1K*, 500, 1K, 2K, 3K, 4K, 6K*, 8K* Hz
Hearing Levels 25-35 dB HL
Attenuation +5 dB steps

*These frequencies are deleted on standard orders unless specified.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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Earscan Audiometer Photograph

Earscan Microprocessor
Pure Tone Audiometer

Micro Audiometrics Corp.

Earscan is a sophisticated, yet easy to use, automatic and manual air conduction audiometer. For the patient who needs individual attention, Earscan can be operated in the manual (operator controlled) mode. In the automatic (microprocessor controlled) mode, Earscan will present and record all left and right ear data automatically. The microprocessor controls the testing, eliminating most operator involvement.

CHOICES: Earscan is available in two versions: as a threshold audiometer, or as a pass/fail screening audiometer. Threshold establishes the patient's ability to hear the lowest possible hearing level. Screening gives a quick indication of the patient's hearing potential based on preset pass/fail criteria.

USER SELECTABILITY: Earscan incorporates user selectable frequency and intensity levels to optimize test parameters for the best compromise of speed and thoroughness. All testing levels are user selectable prior to testing. At the time of purchase, the user may specify preset levels that will fulfill his testing requirements. If not specified, the most common preset test parameters will be provided.

RELIABLE: Earscan is designed with 100% digital switches and calibration technology which provide long term repeatability. Mechanical signal switches and calibration pots, which are a major cause for instrument failure and calibration drift, have been eliminated.

PORTABLE: Light weight and compact for easy transportation. Optional carrying cases are available.

TEST RESULTS: LCD reports stored test data, allowing the operator to recall established thresholds for both ears.

UPGRADEABLE: Earscan may be upgraded to an audiometer with battery backed-up memory for multiple test storage, or to a full-featured hearing testing instrument with acoustic impedance and ipsilateral reflex. In addition, Earscan may be purchased with data output that will interface with a number of printers for single or multiple hardcopy reports or to a computer for data management with commercially available software.

WARRANTY (USA only): Three years parts and labor on Earscan; one year on headset and patient response button.

SERVICE (USA only): First year factory calibration free. Prompt service. Factory calibrations include free revisions that keep your Earscan up-to-date.

SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL
Dimensions 7.5"W x 3"H x 9"D (19cm x 7.6cm x 23cm)
Weight 3 lbs. (1.4 kg)
Power U.S. and international voltages
Display LCD; 14 characters x 4 lines
Presentation (3) 200 msec pulses or continuous tone
Repetition Rate Pseudo-random intervals
Standard Accessories TDH-39 headset, patient response button, user's guide
Optional Accessories Carrying case, noise excluding headphone enclosures, sound room cords
Calibration
 
First year factory calibration free (U.S. only), ANSI Standard S3.6-1989 for Pure Tone Audiometers
MANUAL AUDIOMETER
Frequencies Same as for threshold or screening version
Hearing Levels 0-90 dB HL except 250 & 8K Hz to 70 dB HL
Attenuation +5/-10 dB steps
THRESHOLD AUDIOMETER
Frequencies 250*, 1K*, 500, 1K, 2K, 3K, 4K, 6K, 8K Hz
Hearing Levels 0-90 dB HL except 250 & 8K Hz to 70 dB HL
Attenuation +5/-10 dB steps
SCREENING VERSION
Frequencies 250*, 1K*, 500, 1K, 2K, 3K, 4K, 6K*, 8K* Hz
Hearing Levels 25-35 dB HL
Attenuation +5 dB steps

*These frequencies are deleted on standard orders unless specified.
Specifications subject to change without notice.

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MicroLab Audiometer with Test Storage and Data Recall

MicroLab MP Audiometer
with Test Storage and Data Recall

Micro Audiometrics Corp.

MEMORY: MicroLab is an easy to use automatic and manual air conduction audiometer that provides the additional advantage of multiple test storage through battery memory. A continuously powered RAM stores up to 150 individual tests. This capability facilitates remote testing by allowing you to conduct hearing tests at various locations, save the test results in MicroLab's memory, and later review the results at your convenience.

SOPHISTICATED COMMUNICATION: Test results are displayed on MicroLab's LCD screen. Results may also be sent to various commercially available printers for a hard copy report. You may print individual reports or group reports of all tests held in MicroLab's memory. With optional software MicroLab can transmit a single test or the entire data buffer to an external computer for test data display, storage, or data base management. For group testing several MicroLabs may be connected to one host computer via an optional junction box.

PROGRAMMABLE: Providing even more flexibility, you may pre-select frequency and intensity levels, which are then stored in memory until changed by the operator. Customized test parameters provide you with the best compromise of speed and thoroughness within any given testing circumstance.

WARRANTY (U.S. only): Three years parts and labor on MicroLab, one year on headset and patient response button.

SERVICE (U.S. only): First year calibration free. Prompt service. Factory calibrations include free revisions that keep your MicroLab up-to-date.

MICROLAB SOLUTIONS FOR INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

MicroLab Configuration MicroLab MicroLab with Printer MicroLab with Computer Multiple MicroLabs with Computer
Report Types Test results reported on a LCD screen and may be stored in memory. No printer expense. LCD test results. Field tests stored in memory. Print directly when testing or print buffer at user's convenience. LCD test results. Field tests stored in memory. Transfer directly to computer or transfer buffer at user's convenience. Multiple tests transfer directly to central computer using software.
Advantages Fast. Portable. Memory allows analysis of tests at user's convenience. Fast. Portable. Capable of printing hard copy report at user's convenience. Fast. Portable. Computer management of test data, reports, and referral letters. Very fast. Groups tested simultaneously. Computer management of test data, reports, and referral letters

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions 7.5"W x 3"H x 9"D (19cm x 7.6cm x 23cm)
Weight 3 lb. (1.4 kg)
Power U.S. and international voltages
Display LCD; 14 characters x 4 lines
Serial Port For printer or computer with RS-232 port
Data Memory 8K x 8 battery powered RAM
Clock Automatic date & time
Frequencies 250, 500, 1K, 2K, 3K, 4K, 6K, 8K Hz
Hearing Levels 0-90 dB HL except 250 & 8K Hz to 70 dB HL
Attenuation 5 dB steps or programmable
Presentation (3) 200 msec pulses or continuous tone
Repetition Rate Pseudo-random intervals
Calibration First year factory calibration free (U.S. only), ANSI Standard S3.6-1989 for Pure Tone Audiometers
Standard Accessories TDH-39 headset, patient response button, user's guide
Optional Accessories Printer, talk-over, carrying case, noise-excluding headphone enclosure, sound room cords, software

Specifications subject to change without notice.

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Earscan Acoustic Impedance MP Audiometer
with Data Output

Micro Audiometrics Corp.
 

Earscan is a sophisticated, yet easy to use, middle ear analyzer offering impedance and/or air conduction audiometry. Tympanometry features one and three second test speeds and an optional ipsilateral acoustic reflex. The audiometer may be used in either the automatic (microprocessor controlled) or manual (operator controlled) mode, and is available in two versions: as a threshold audiometer, or as a pass/fail screening audiometer.

USER SELECTABILITY: Earscan audiometer incorporates user selectable frequency and intensity levels to optimize test parameters for the best compromise of speed and thoroughness. All testing levels may be easily programmed prior to testing. At the time of purchase, the user may also specify levels that fulfill his testing requirements.

RELIABLE: Earscan is designed with 100% digital switches and calibration technology which provide long term repeatability. Mechanical signal switches and calibration pots, which are a major cause for instrument failure and calibration drift, have been eliminated.

PORTABLE: Light weight and compact for easy transportation. Optional carrying cases are available.

TEST RESULTS: LCD reports stored test data, allowing the operator to recall established thresholds and tympanograms for both ears. The serial port allows test data to be transmitted to an optional printer for single or multiple hardcopy reports, or to a computer for data management with commercially available software.

UPGRADEABLE: Any of the above options not included in your initial purchase can be added at any time to upgrade your instrument.

WARRANTY (U.S. only): Three years parts and labor on Earscan; one year on headset, patient response button, and probe.

SERVICE (U.S. only): First year factory calibration free. Prompt service. Factory calibrations include free revisions that keep your Earscan up-to-date.

SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL
Dimensions 7.5"W x 3"H x 9"D (19cm x 7.6cm x 23cm)
Weight 3 - 6 lb. (1.4 - 2.7 kg)
Power U.S. and international voltages
Display LCD; 84 x 32 points, 14 characters x 4 lines
Serial Port For printer or computer with RS-232 port
Standard Accessories User's manual, user's guide
Optional Accessories Carrying case, printers and software (call for availability)
EARSCAN ACOUSTIC IMPEDANCE
Probe Tone 226 Hz at 85 dB SPL
Pressure Range +200 to -312 daPa
Equivalent Volume .2 - 7 ml
Ipsi. Reflex Option 1000 & 2000 Hz at 105 dB SPL Stimulus Duration- 500 msec Rest time between 1K & 2K = 1.8 sec
Graphic Data Each ear: 84 point tympanogram, 42 point 1000 Hz reflex, 42 point 2000 Hz reflex
Numeric Data Middle ear pressure, physical volume, compliance, and gradient
Calibration First year factory calibration free (U.S. only)
Air Pressure Sweep Normal: 150 daPa/sec, Fast: 450 daPa/sec
Standard Accessories Impedance probe, eartips
EARSCAN MICROPROCESSOR AUDIOMETER
Presentation (3) 200 msec pulses or continuous tone
Repetition Rate Pseudo-random intervals
Calibration First year factory calibration free (U.S. only), ANSI Standard S3.6-1989 for Pure Tone Audiometers
Standard Accessories TDH-39 headset, patient response button with automatic audiometry
Optional Accessories Sound room cords, noise excluding headphone enclosure
MANUAL AUDIOMETER
Frequencies Same as for thresholds or screening version
Hearing Levels 0-90 dB HL except 250 & 8K Hz to 70 dB HL
Attenuation +5/-5 dB steps (+5/-10 dB steps optional)
THRESHOLD AUDIOMETER (selectable)
Frequencies 250*, 1K, 500, 1K*, 2K, 3K, 4K, 6K, 8K Hz
Hearing Levels  0-90 dB HL except 250 & 8K Hz to 70 dB HL
Attenuation +5/-10 dB steps
SCREENING VERSION (selectable)
Frequencies 250*, 1K*, 500, 1K, 2K, 3K, 4K, 6K*, 8K* Hz
Hearing Levels 25-35 dB HL (0-90 dB available)
Attenuation +5 dB steps

*These frequencies are deleted on standard orders unless specified.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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