MANY PEOPLE WILL ASK, WHAT MAKES CPI DIFFERENT THAN OTHER VRA COMPANIES ON THE MARKET?
WE HAVE AN EXCLUSIVE PATENT AWARDED FOR THE USE OF 2.4GHZ/BLUETOOTH/BLUETOOTH LOW ENERGY TRANSMISSION OF OUR WIRELESS SIGNAL.
BECAUSE OF THIS PATENT, WE HAVE THE LEAST AMOUNT OF WIRES OF ANY VRA SYSTEM ON THE MARKET, OUR SYSTEM ONLY REQUIRES POWER.
WE DONT HAVE OR NEED ANY INTERCONNECTING CABLES BETWEEN SIDE UNITS, WE DONT NEED PLACEMENT OF INTERMITTANT SENSORS LIKE INFARED (IR) SYSTEMS AND WE DONT GET FREQUENCY OVERLAP LIKE OTHER LOW FREQUENCY (RF) 900 MHZ SYSTEMS ON THE MAKET.
THIS ALLOWS OUR SYSTEM TO BE THE MOST FLEXIBLE AND MULTICONFIGURABLE SYSTEM ON THE MAKET.
Our VRA Pro 2 System is the most advanced VRA system on the market. It was designed for functionality, reliability, ease of use, and installation.
With years of experience, our VRA system was designed with pediatric audiologist in mind. We know that when testing kids you need your equipment to be reliable and work, since you have limited time when working with pediatrics.
Our wireless remote uses a secure Bluetooth connection that eliminates frequency overlap to systems in adjacent rooms. There no need for IR sensors placed throughout the testing suite. Once paired the remote will not control any other systems and the other systems will not receive a signal from another remote. There are no interconnecting wires to run between the right and left boxes, making installation easy.
Our System has been tested and proven compliant with FCC Part 15, Subpart B standards for wireless testing.
Joseph Danise, AuD founded Conditioned Play Innovations after finding that the current VRA products on the market fell short of the demands of a busy clinic. After being frustrated with intermittent function of infrared systems (IR) and the interference of having multiple radio frequency (RF) systems getting interference with each other, even after multiple visits from technicians.
Dr. Dansie received a B.S. degree in audiology and speech-language pathology (communicative disorders) from Brigham Young University in 2006 and obtained a Doctorate of Audiology (Au.D.) degree at Utah State University in 2010. He is a certified member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association, the American Cochlear Implant Alliance, and a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. He earned a graduate degree emphasis in pediatrics and auditory learning and spoken language development. Dr. Dansie has specialized experience in cochlear implant evaluations and programming for pediatrics and adults.
In addition to his experience with general audiological evaluations and hearing aids, he has extensive experience in diagnosis and treatment solutions for pediatric hearing loss. He specializes in single sided deafness hearing solutions and implantable hearing devices.
He is the first audiologist in Utah receive the Cochlear Implant Specialty Certification (CISC) from the American Board of Audiology, a designation that fewer than 60 out of the 13,000 audiologists have obtained nationwide. He also holds the Pediatric Audiology Specialty Certification from the American Board of Audiology (PASC).