e3 Diagnostics

Audiologists use tympanometry measurements to test the middle ear's mobility when changes in air pressure occur. Recorded on a graph called a tympanogram, the results of tympanometry tests offer information about air pressure in the middle ear. Middle-ear tympanometry helps audiologists diagnose hearing loss and recommend a solution such as a hearing aid.

From handheld tympanometers to desktop models that offer a complete range of middle ear tests, e3 Diagnostics has the tools you need. Our tympanometry devices will allow you to diagnose patients' hearing issues so they can improve their quality of life quickly. You can feel confident with our high-quality tympanometry equipment from respected manufacturers including MAICO, Interacoustics, Amplivox, and Grason-Stadler.


MAICO TouchTymp MI 26

The touchTymp MI 26 combines fast screening tympanometry and audiometry tests in one exceptional device. The full 10.4" touchscreen with its user-friendly interface guarantees a unique intuitive operation and allows the user to quickly change parameters. You can easily switch between the tests without reorganizing from one to another device and benefit from its small footprint when facing limited desk space. touchTymp MI 26 really improves your workflow every day.



touchTymp MI 26 Quicktips

Request a Quote

We understand that you have a choice when it comes to choosing your equipment and are dedicated to providing you with the highest quality instrumentation available.Contact us now for your free, no obligation quote and discover why we are the preferred Authorized Distributor and Service Provider to the world’s leading manufacturers.  (Completing our online form does not sign you up for electronic advertising.)



Probe Frequency: 226 Hz ± 1 %, 85 dBSPL ± 1.5 dB

Optional High Frequency: 1 kHz ± 1%, 69 dBSPL ± 1.5 dB

Pressure Range: - 600 to + 400 daPa

Accuracy of Pressure: ± 5 % or ± 10 daPa

Volume range: 0.0 to 6.0 ml (compensated)

Compliance range: 0.1 to 8.0 ml at 226 Hz; 0.1 to 15.0 mmho at 1 kHz

Accuracy of Volume: ± 5 % or 0.1 ml

Test Time: 3 - 5 seconds



Test Signals: Pure and warble tone (pulsed and continuous)

Test Frequencies: 125, 250, 500, 750, 1000, 1500, 2000, 3000, 4000, 6000, 8000 Hz (125 Hz excluded when bone conduction included)

Level Steps: 5 or 1 dB

Hearing Level Range AC: -10 to 120 dBHL

Hearing Level Range BC: -10 to 80 dBHL

Masking Noise (included with BC option): Narrow band and white noise