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    frogman sleep mode question

    ive had my frog for a few days now and ive got sleep mode turned on but ive looked a few times at night and it hasnt turned off, it is the samd feature as power save? as my other solar/atomics turn off after about 90min of darkness
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    Re: frogman sleep mode question

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    ive had my frog for a few days now and ive got sleep mode turned on but ive looked a few times at night and it hasnt turned off, it is the samd feature as power save? as my other solar/atomics turn off after about 90min of darkness

    Hi,

    I have a Froggy too...The Frogman got to sleep when past 8 hours...others models in only 90 min...The reason is the profesional use...imagine a profesional frog-man diver in the dark waters and wear other G-Shock...the display off...the frog-man need push the buttoms to read the display.
    I think this is the reason...sorry my english
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    Re: frogman sleep mode question

    ahh yeh it makes sence when you think about it, no point in it going off every 90min if your under water

    thanks for that
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    Re: frogman sleep mode question

    Here's some input, as I have currently 4 Frogmen in my case, and one due to arrive. They all take about 7-9 days to actually go to 'sleep' and turn off the display.

    And the solar panel on my Frogmen are the most sensitive I have. I have to have almost no lights on when I open my case, or else they will turn on (maybe that's why it take mine a few days to fall asleep).

    Also remember that if you're looking at it at night and are activating the EL, that resets how long it will wait to go to sleep. Or if you shine a light to see if it's on, that will 'wake' it back up and reset how long it waits.

    In any case...enjoy your Froggie!
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    Re: frogman sleep mode question

    The manual for module 2422 states 7-8 days, which would tally with the experience of Topher.

    Btw Topher, i had forgotten all about the pin rods for you mate i'll get them sent out next week without fail. Sorry.

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