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ZPower to Highlight Its Built-In Rechargeable Battery Technology at Audiology Now 2017

ZPower has collaborated with multiple hearing aid manufacturers to bring more rechargeable hearing aids to market in 2017 ZPower, the world’s only developer of rechargeable, silver-zinc microbatteries, will feature its built-in rechargeable battery technology at AudiologyNOW! 2017, April 5–7 in Indianapolis, Ind. AudiologyNOW! is hosted by the American Academy of Audiology (AAA) and is the […]

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Rechargeable Batteries, Safe Batteries – HearingHealth.org Reviews Rechargeable Hearing Aid Battery Options

Hearing Health and Technology Matters online magazine has published an article by Editor Wayne Staab about the next evolution in hearing aid technology—rechargeable batteries. Positioning rechargeable batteries as a “defining moment” in hearing aid development, the article provides a comprehensive review of currently available rechargeable hearing aid battery options, including the ZPower Rechargeable System for […]

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ZPower Certified as Medical Device Supplier

ZPower certified for Hearing Aids has met the Medical Device Quality System standard ZPower, the world’s only developer of rechargeable, silver-zinc microbatteries, and the manufacturer of the ZPower Rechargeable System for Hearing Aids, has met the Medical Device Quality System standard, which recognizes ZPower certified as a competent supplier of medical devices. Specifically, the notified […]


Starkey Rechargeable Battery Option from ZPower

Starkey Upgrades Halo and Muse Hearing Aids – Rechargeable and More A rechargeable battery option, faster sound processing, more connectivity and better smartphone app control position new models at the cutting edge Starkey Hearing Technologies is upgrading its Halo and Muse hearing aids with its next-generation Acuity OS2 sound-processing solution, an improved TruLink 4.0 smartphone […]


Starkey Hearing Aids Muse Announcement

Starkey Hearing Aids, Muse™, Now Powered by ZPower Starkey Hearing Aids, Muse™, now available in a ZPower rechargeable option American-owned and -operated Starkey hearing aids, announced that, beginning in February 2017, it will offer its highly popular Muse™ micro RIC 312t in a ZPower rechargeable battery option. The Muse™ micro RIC 312t is Starkey’s® “made […]

Rechargeable Hearing Aids

Rechargeable Hearing Aids A Look At The Options for 2017

Rechargeable Hearing Aids – A Look At The Options for 2017 A new generation of rechargeable battery technologies promises to make life easier for rechargeable hearing aids consumers in 2017. When two new rechargeable hearing aid models and an innovative new retrofit rechargeable battery system hit the market in late 2016, consumers finally got a […]

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How Safe are Lithium Ion Batteries? Are There Safer Alternatives?

The Popularity of Lithium Ion Batteries Because of lithium’s enormous capacity as an energy source, it has been the focus of much of the rechargeable battery industry’s time and attention. This effort has led to the development of lithium ion batteries, which are rechargeable and more stable than their solid lithium counterparts. Currently, it is […]

ZPower exhibits rechargeable system at AuDacity 2016

ZPower to Exhibit Rechargeable System for Hearing Aids at AuDacity 2016

ZPower is pleased to announce that its rechargeable system for hearing aids will be on display at booth #402 during this year’s Academy of Doctors of Audiology’s (ADA) Annual Conference – AuDacity 2016 held at Loews Coronado Resort in San Diego, Calif. On November 10–12, 2016, ADA members, audiologists and hearing industry thought leaders from […]


AudiologyOnline: Using the New ZPower Rechargeable Solution for Hearing Aids to Benefit Your Patients and Practice

Audiology Online, March 16, 2015 Interview with Barry Freeman, PhD, Vice President of Business Development, ZPower Carolyn Smaka: Thanks for joining, Barry. Today we’re going to discuss disruptive innovations, and how hearing care professionals can leverage new trends. Can you explain what a disruptive innovation is? Barry Freeman: The term disruptive innovation comes from Harvard’s […]