Induction Loops for accessibility

An Induction Loop makes it possible for the hearing impaired to communicate. The hearing aid wearer simply switches the hearing aid to the T-coil.

More and more countries become aware of the importancy of induction loops. Accessibility norms claim, that public buildings should provide the rooms, receptions and elevators with induction loop sytems to create a high level of accessibility for the hard of hearing.

Where can induction loops be used?

The answer is simple, induction loops can be installed everywhere they are needed. Think of reception rooms, meeting rooms and also college rooms. Because of the portable version of the induction loop we have, you can work very flexible with the induction loop. You can take it to the room where you need the induction loop.

Your Sense had three types of Induction Loops, for every size of room we have a suitable induction loop system.

How is an induction loop working?

An induction loop, is, as the name already says, a cable loop which will be placed in the floor or the ceiling. It depends on the size of the room how large the loop will be.  A transmitter will send the sound to the hearing aid of the hard of hearing person. The hearing loop wearer only has to switch the hearing aid to the T-loop, and the hearing aid is able to receive the necessary sound. Background noise will be reduced.


The Accessibility Norms say, that people with a handicap should be able to participate always and everywhere in every situation and room. For the hard of hearing this means, that they can communicate in a proper way. In buildings, you also have to think of their safety, for example in the elevator.

Elevator Loops

Your Sense has an elevator loop which can be installed in the autodial system. When the elevator has an interruption, the hearing aid wearer can reach the help centre for help.