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Designing hearing loops

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Ampetronic can create installation drawings for your induction loop system for you. Simple induction loop designs are free although complex array systems may be charged for at a nominal rate.
You can request a guide at the bottom of this page. Ampetronic will also check your installation drawings for free – send your designs to support@ampetronic.com for this service.

Designing a loop system can be very simple, but it is also easy to make a mistake and end up with a system that does not meet Standards. Ampetronic Support team can give you advice and guidance at any stage of your specification and design process to ensure your system works first time.

If you want to design your own system, we have a guide to designing hearing loop systems that you may find helpful. To request a copy of Ampetronic’s Designing Induction Loops guide, please fill in our request form and we will send you a copy.

However you approach the design of your system you should also understand:

Below you will find links to some of the tables and data that are contained in the guide as well as the guide. The tables and data are for your convenience but should not be used without the guide.


 Designing Induction Loops GuideRequest a copy of our full colour 28 page guide to hearing / induction loops, available either by email or post. Please fill in our request form to request a copy of the design guide.
   AmplifierComparisonTable.pdf Comparison table from the full guide, with useful comparisons across the Ampetronic driver range
   CableLengthsvsAmplifierTable.pdf Table of minimum and maximum cable lengths for Ampetronic drivers.
   MetalLossTable.pdf Table of approximate metal loss with different array configurations
   PerimeterLoopCurrentGraphs.pdf Graphs from the full guide for selecting the current for perimeter loops
   ArrayCurrentGraph Graph from the full guide for selecting the current for arrays