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You can enter or leave the "Sleep mode" by tapping the Flex rapidly for 1-2 seconds. You'll feel a vibration and the LEDs will blink. (The blinks will depend on if you are entering or leaving sleep mode.) In this mode, the Fitbit Flex reduces the LED intensity and doesn't give alerts. Afterwards, it will provide some data about your sleep pattern - length, movement, waking up during the night. This can help you determine the quality of your sleep. (Note: it isn't a replacement for consulting a doctor if you always wake up tired.)
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(You can manually enter your sleep and wake times into the app without using "Sleep mode". Then the app will use the movement data from the Flex to determine sleep quality. However, LED lights (primarily blue frequencies) are known to reduce sleep quality so dimming them helps most people sleep better. The alerts will also interrupt your sleep and reduce the quality.)
<p><b><span>Pride Joysticks and others that use VSI joysticks</SPAN></B><br><p><b><span>SLEEP MODE</SPAN></B><br><p><span>Your VSI controller has a sleep mode feature. Sleep mode is a built-in circuit </SPAN><span>that automatically shuts off the main power if the joystick is not moved </SPAN><span>in any direction for a period of time predetermined by controller program.</SPAN><br><p><span><b>The battery condition meter lights on the keypad indicate sleep mode by </b></SPAN><span><b>blinking once every five seconds.</b> To restore power and continue, push the </SPAN><span>on/off key twice.</SPAN><br><p><span> </SPAN><br><p><b><span>Lock Mode</SPAN></B><br><p><b><span>To unlock the VSI:</SPAN></B><br><p><span>1. Press the on/off key and power on the VSI. <b>The maximum speed/profile </b></SPAN><span><b>indicator should ripple side to side</b>.</SPAN><br><p><span>2. Push the joystick to the full forward position until the VSI beeps.</SPAN><br><p><span>3. Pull the joystick to the full rearward position until the VSI beeps.</SPAN><br><p><span>4. Release the joystick. There should be a long beep.</SPAN><br><p><span>5. The VSI is now unlocked.</SPAN><br><p><span> </SPAN><br><p><i><span>Invacare and others that use SPJ+ joysticks</SPAN></I><br><p><i><span></SPAN></I><i><span>FOR SPJ+ Joysticks</SPAN></I><br><p><i><span><b>Lock Mode will be indicated by all LEDs</b></SPAN></I><br><p><i><span><b>flashing briefly and the information gauge</b></SPAN></I><br><p><i><span><b>LEDs chasing slowly from right to left</b>. If</SPAN></I><br><p><i><span>this occurs, press the horn button two times</SPAN></I><br><p><i><span>within ten seconds to unlock the joystick.</SPAN></I><span></SPAN>
It may seem like sleep mode, but what it actually is would be low power mode. Your voltage may not be sufficient to power the set properly and overheating occurs. This is sometimes confused with sleep mode which has a different set of warning flashes than sleep mode from the LED light though they are the same color. I would have the power checked on your outlet before attempting to repair the set. I'm almost willing to bet that it reads at 90+ volts AC Rather than the rated voltage of 110 or better.
The user manual will supply an in-depth explanation of the led-indicators, aswell as there are normally small icons assigned to each light, sometimes engraved in the plastics, normal lights to be active at average usage are the Power led indicator, will glow as long as device is turned on, the Wireless led indicator will glow when the wireless network module is active, the CPU led indicator will flash occasionally when system is idle, and rapidly when system is active under load, and the Battery led indicator will be active when device is running on battery power. When device goes into sleep or hibernate mode the sleep led indicator might continuously glow or slowly switch on & off varying between systems.