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ISO 9999 - Subclass and Divisions

Click on any subclass or division to see the types of assistive products that are classified under that classification.

22 06 Assistive products for hearing

Sound stimulators, see 04 27 15.
Induction loop devices, see 22 18 30.

22 06 03 Ear trumpets

Devices for concentrating and channeling sounds into the ear.

22 06 06 Body-worn hearing aids

Devices worn attached to the person's clothes or hanging around her/his neck for amplifying sound.

22 06 09 Spectacle hearing aids

Frames of eyeglasses with built-in electronic devices to amplify sound.

22 06 12 In-the-ear hearing aids

Devices worn within the ear to amplify sound.
Included are, e.g., in-the-canal hearing aids.

22 06 15 Behind-the-ear hearing aids

Devices worn behind the ear to amplify sound.
Included are, e.g., headband hearing aids.

22 06 18 Tactile hearing aids

Devices for receiving, amplifying and transforming sounds into tactile signals.

22 06 21 Hearing aids used in connection with implants

Devices for assisting hearing by stimulating the receivers implanted, e.g., in the inner ear.

22 06 24 Headphones

Included are, e.g., devices that increase the volume of TVs, radios, stereo systems or are used together with communication amplifiers.
Assistive products that record, play and display audio, visual or audiovisual information using electronic media, see 22 18 00.

22 06 27 Accessories for assistive products for hearing

Included are, e.g., audio connections, spectacle adaptations, remote controls for hearing aids.

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