You can reduce the power consumption of your PhotoFrame by turning off the PhotoFrame when you are for example away or sleeping.
Your PhotoFrame is equipped with a couple of features to help you to reduce the power consumption.
These power reducing features can be found in the Settings menu:
This feature allows you to set a [ Timer ] to switch the PhotoFrame to standby (sleep) mode.
Alternatively, you can adjust the light sensor [ Lighting ] for the PhotoFrame to switch to standby (sleep) mode according to the ambient brightness.
When the PhotoFrame is in standby (sleep) mode, you can press the Power button to wake up the PhotoFrame.
Note: You can enable only one Smart Power function at a time, either by timer or by light sensor
Hibernate Your PhotoFrame can be turned to hibernation mode after a set time, in steps varying from 15 min up to 4 hours.
When the PhotoFrame is in hibernation mode, you can press the Power button to wake up the PhotoFrame.
By reducing manually the brightness of the display, you will also reduce the power consumption.
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