The FONIX NOAH Real-ear Module automatically imports the latest NOAH audiogram, eliminating the need for you to manually input data. You can also send the audiogram directly to the connected hearing aid analyzer. This gives you the flexibility to perform the measurements from the front panel of the hearing aid analyzer with the added convenience of easy transfer of audiometric data directly from NOAH. You can also perform RECD and REDD measurements. These tests are especially useful when testing infants and small children.
NAL-NL1, MOD NAL, DSL mI/O Targets
Any NOAH audiogram saved in the patient's file can be used to create non-linear DSL m i/o (v5.0a) NAL-NL1, and MOD NAL targets for real-ear or coupler measurements. You can display a target for each measurement curve. These targets are automatically generated using the patient's audiogram and the settings of the measurement curve. If any adjustments are made to the source type or amplitude of the measurement curve, the target automatically adjusts with this new data so that it remains appropriate for the test. RECD measurements can also be taken to increase the accuracy of the coupler target for the patient's ear canal resonance.
Test from NOAH
The NOAH Real-ear Module lets you perform an unaided frequency response measurement and up to five different aided measurements. Each aided measurement curve has its own target curve. You can turn on and off the display of any curve without deleting any data. This lets you perform lots of measurements without worrying about screen clutter. Measurements are synchronized with the analyzer as well, so you can always review your test results on the analyzer screen, if desired.
All the necessary controls are in the NOAH Real-ear Module, and its Windows-based interface is very intuitive and easy to use. This lets you focus on the measurement results themselves instead of the operation of the equipment.
Test from Analyzer
For those users who prefer to perform their testing using the interface of the analyzer, you can use the Real-ear Module to make that even easier. NOAH audiograms and target settings can be exported to the analyzer, reducing the chance for user input errors and eliminating many otherwise-required key presses.
If you have already performed measurements from the interface of the analyzer, you can also use the Real-ear Module to grab those existing test results and save them into NOAH.
You can easily set up a series of frequency response curves to run automatically on the analyzer, eliminating the need to select each curve and run it manually. This is especially useful in determining the compression characteristics of the hearing aid by running measurements curves at soft, medium, and loud levels. You can quickly get a complete picture of the current hearing aid characteristics with minimal mouse clicks.
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