standby mode


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standby mode

n (Tech) → Stand-by-Modus m
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The following can be operated in standby mode: RTC operation, interrupt/tamper detection, and data backup, Enables an LCD to display in standby mode, Security function, Tamper resistance function.
0-megapixel front camera and a 2000 mAh battery which can run the phone close to 30 days under standby mode.
Here are a few items that you probably have in your home along with the amount of money wasted annually by leaving the devices in standby mode instead of shutting them off entirely:
integrate such energy consumption into the energy descriptor (if this is technically infeasible, the DOE must prescribe a separate standby mode and off mode energy use test procedure, if possible); and
It's hard to believe that items in standby mode consume so much energy until you consider that power strips and wall sockets energize not just the television and personal computer but all of their peripherals.
Smith, who is studying to be an electrical engineer, proposes having the computers automatically switch to standby mode if no one uses them for 15 minutes.
The Top Global MobileBridge reportedly remains in hot standby mode when IP traffic is flowing normally along the primary data path.
JUST FLIP THE IT AS POWER SWITCH TO STANDBY MODE WHENEVER THE IT AS ISN'T NEEDED.
hundreds of thousands of tonnes of carbon dioxide are needlessly produced every year by computers, digital set top boxes, chargers and many other products left on standby mode.
Firms leaving televisions in standby mode overnight are wasting around pounds 12 per year per set.
In standby mode, the self-throttling processor consumes less than 1W, substantially reducing average power consumption.
1) Researchers found that men who carried their phones all day in a hip pocket or a holster, even in standby mode, had a 30% reduction in sperm count; sperm quality also was reduced among heavy users of the ubiquitous device.