Operational Mode

The equipment state of connection to a power source for use, and providing one or more primary functions.

Data Type: 
Constrained List
Unit of Measure: 
None
Sector: 
Commercial, Residential, Multifamily
List Options Option Definition Unit of Measuresort descending
Unknown Unknown None
Low activity standby Produces no functional output, but can be switched into another mode with the remote control unit or an internal signal, and with an external signal, and is not exchanging/receiving data with/from an external source. None
None None None
Updating Actively engaged in system maintenance or download updated functionality after waking or in response to user input. None
Not applicable Not applicable None
Active The operational state in which the machine is carrying out primary work. None
Standby The lowest power consumption state which cannot be switched off by the user and that may persist for an indefinite time when the product is connected to the main electricity supply. None
On Connected to a power source, activated, receiving a main charge or ready to use, and is providing one or more of its primary functions. None
Ready state The power state in which a product is not producing output, has reached operating conditions, has not yet entered into any lower-power modes, and can enter Active State with minimal delay. None
Off Not connected to a power source, produces no function, and cannot be switched into any other mode with a remote control unit, an internal signal, or an external signal. None
Sleep A reduced power state that a product enters either automatically after a period of inactivity. For products evaluated under the TEC test method, Sleep Mode permits operation of all product features (including maintenance of network connectivity), albeit with a possible delay to transition into Active State. For products evaluated under the OM test method, Sleep Mode permits operation of a single active network interface, as well as a fax connection if applicable, albeit with a possible delay to transition into Active State. None
Idle The machine server is operational, but not performing any useful work. None
Energy saver Energy saver mode is a setting that consumes less energy than it does in idle mode. None
Wash Wash mode is when the machine is actively running a cycle and is spraying wash water. None
Rinse Rinse mode is when the machine is at the end of the actively running cycle and is spraying rinse water. None
Dwell For stationary rack machines, the dishwasher is in dwell mode when it is actively running a cycle but is not in wash or rinse modes. None
Low data rate Traffic is passed across ports of equipment at relatively slow data rate. For instance, network data rate of 1.0 kb/s (0.5 kb/s in each direction) as defined in the Energy Star test procedure. None
On demand Power is supplied as it is required by demand None
High data rate Traffic is passed across ports of equipment at a selected reference rate, considered high data rate such as for network. None
Schedule Power is supplied according to an associated schedule None
Passive standby Produces no functional output, but can be switched into another mode with the remote control unit or an internal signal. Has no saved hardware state. For instance, the Game Console has no active network link although may be capable of charging devices in this mode. The lowest power consumption mode which cannot be switched off (influenced) by the user and that may persist for an indefinite time when an appliance is connected to the main electricity supply. Standby mode: a) no battery is present in the charger, or, where the battery is integral to a product, the product is not attached to the charger, b) the charger is connected to mains, and c) any manual power switches are switched on. None
Other Other None
High activity standby Produces no functional output, but can be switched into another mode with the remote control unit or an internal signal, and with an external signal, and is exchanging/receiving data with/from an external source. None
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