If unable to flash landing lights, flash any other lights available.
The flashes are 'synchronised' using GPS time signal in order to prevent all present vehicles to flash simultaneously.
The display back light may be optionally arranged to flash at different rates dependent on the room temperature.
The signal shall be operated by means of a separate manual control enabling all the direction-indicator lamps to flash in phase.
The light blinking unit can be set to blink in synchrony with the music from the playback unit.
The glitter is in the form of many discrete points of light (68) that tend to blink off and on.
The glitter is in the form of many discrete points of light (68) that tend to blink on and off when viewed by the nacked eye.
The at least one LED is controlled to blink at a slower/decreasing rate as time passes.
The visual indicator may flash or remain solid.
The warning signal may be constant or flashing
DAY or NIGHT — Irregular flashing of all available lights.
On the other hand, backgrounds don't have polarized components and won't flash.
The integrated circuit controls the LED (5) to twinkle.
The light- emitting diode(s) may flash to alert motorists to hazardous road conditions.
A display where lights may be programmed to randomly flash is described.
At this time, the left indicator (16) continues flashing (S8).
DAY or NIGHT — Rocking aircraft, flashing navigational lights at irregular intervals and following.
By pulsating the lights (188, 190) on the weighted object (26), many visual effects can be produced.
Upon loss of power, the lighting sheet (724) can be illuminated steadily or can blink at a preselected frequency.
The LED packages are capable of being flashed (16) in various modes of operation, such as sequential, random, continuous, and the like.
In the case of light emitting alerts, the light output may be flashed, or intensity or color may be altered.
The lights can blink on and off several times before shutting off until the next tissue is withdrawn.
The first LED part and the second LED part are configured to alternately blink at a predetermined time interval.
These actions may include initiating a communication, changing a displayed message, or flashing a LED.
These actions may include initiating a communication, changing a displayed message, or flashing an LED.
Eventually, the dimmer switch stores the new intensity as the preset intensity and stops blinking the light-emitting diode.
All direction-indicator lamps on one side of a tractor shall be switched on and off by means of one control and must flash in phase.
All direction-indicator lamps on one side of a vehicle shall be switched on and off by means of one control and shall flash in phase.
All the lamps of the emergency stop signal shall flash in phase at a frequency of 4 ± 1 Hz.