I-MODE

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AcronymDefinition
I-MODEIdle Mode
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When left in idle mode for longer periods of time, the control stops the pump completely, yet the system still responds instantly when any wash-down gun is activated.
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When left in idle mode for longer periods of time, the control stops the pump completely, another energy-saving benefit, yet the system still responds instantly when any wash-down gun is activated.
2] ratio was below 1 for the idle modes and then gradually increased to more than 10 before decreasing again at higher temperatures (see Figure 2c).
The Idle Mode keeps trimtab movement to a minimum at idle speeds.
The drive also sips power, using only 150 milliwatts when active and 75 milliwatts while in idle mode.
With its ultra low power consumption (Current consumption in idle mode < 15uA), weather proof casing and "Plug and Play" feature, it is long lasting (maximum autonomy of 8 years) and versatile.
So a message is sent to the server and the phone waits in idle mode while the push-service provider checks for mail at regular intervals.
These devices have two distinct characteristics: heartbeat applications that frequently send a small volume of data packets and pre fast dormancy a rapid change from active to idle mode.
The Micro-hybrid technology helps in switching off the engine mechanically, putting it in idle mode and restarting with pressing the accelerator, without switching on the engine again and again.
In idle mode and when all registered handsets support ECO mode plus, the wireless connection is completely switched off (ECO plus), while ECO mode reduces the transmitting power during calls by 80 per cent.
In addition, the F3EG drive is 40% lower in power consumption in idle mode and 10% lower in reading/writing mode than competitive drives.