Model 116 Manual Screening Audiometer
The Model 116 air conduction audiometer allows for testing pure tone audiometry in a wide range of settings such as standard threshold testing or a sweep test with a user defined output levels for testing children. The Model 116 has a wide range of test frequencies to help identify hearing issues such as tinnitus, presbycusis and noise induced hearing losses with the use of pure tone, pulse, warble and/or continuous sound.
- Standard audiometric headset
- Patient response switch
- Audiogram cards (50)
- Power supply with country adapters
- Carry case
- USB stick (manuals, audiometry module for Noah and Aplisuite software)
Test results can be manually recorded, printed via the optional portable printer and or transferred to PC applications such as Amplivox Amplisuite or Audibase to create both PDF or printed copy. This ensures results can be saved within third-party Electronic medical record (EMR) systems typically used within primary care.
The audiometer includes all test frequencies and attenuation ranges required to perform a wide range of pure tone audiometry, such as standard threshold or sweep testing for school screening. It offers pure, pulsed, warble and continuous tones which allow for the testing and identification of hearing issues in subjects with tinnitus, presbycusis and noise induced hearing loss (NIHL). Automatic threshold results saving significantly reduces operator test times and increases attention of the test subject for more accurate results.
Designed with the operator in mind, the Model 116 has a clear display panel and dedicated soft key layout, allowing total focus on the test subject and reducing the time it takes to complete hearing assessments.
At only 720g (1.58lbs), the lightweight and robust design of the Model 116 is perfect for healthcare professionals who need to travel. It also comes supplied with a custom carry case and all standard accessories. The optional battery power function can be used in all test settings, offering additional flexibility.