flexyPage displays provide various possibilities to reduce the energy consumption and extend the life span of the displays.
If the flexyPage displays are used in a system that supports the standard CANopen-Lift, the energy-saving functions should be controlled via the bus, through the control system. In the standard CANopen-Lift, eight different energy-saving modes are defined, of which the stages 1 (car display) and 4 (floor display) are relevant for the displays in most cases. If necessary, however, the other stages can also be used. If no CANopen-capable control is available, the display can automatically switch to a configurable energy-saving mode after a freely determinable time, if it did not receive any other status changes from the control, such as, for example, calls, special messages or floors. For each interface, an individual energy-saving stage can be configured, if used.
If a monitor is connected via HDMI, the flexyPage device can prompt the monitor via the HDMI cable, to switch into an energy-saving mode. This is supported by most monitors, but not by all.
If the optional relay has been installed on your device, it can switch all devices connected to it, on and off.
If the display is connected via LDVS, it can be dimmed in two steps.
At 100% the display has full brightness, whereas at 0% it is fully turned off. Sometimes certain dimming values can lead to a beeping of the display. Most of the time this problem can be solved by changing the dimming value by a few percentage points.