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Working With Modes

Working With Modes

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Proteus Tutorial: Working with Modes
.
 Note: The features described below refer to version 2.0 or later of the ProteusOperating System.
Proteus Modes
. If you have not yet explored the various modes available in Proteus, orhave recently updated your operating system to version 2.0 or later, this brief tutorialwill review the operating modes available to you.
 Modes
are the various ways in which Proteus can function. Much of the power of thethree-button interface is due to this ability to quickly select the features associated witheach mode.Pressing the middle ('mode') button steps through the various functions described in thetable below.Mode Name Function
P
xx
Program
memory bank One of two separate program storage areas.Proteus ships with fifty sessions stored inthis area, numbered P00 – P49.
U
xx
User 
memory bank A second internal memory area,recommended for storage of sessionsyou’ve created yourself, downloaded fromthe Internet, etc.
Usr
User (manual) modeUse this mode to select individualfrequencies by hand.
PC
PC (personal computer)modeUse this mode if you are creating your ownprograms on a PC and would like topreview them in real time. Also used whenProteus is being controlled by abiofeedback device, such asThoughtStream.
AS
AudioStrobe modeUse this to play AudioStrobe
R
encodedaudio (CD’s, etc.) through Proteus.
DL
Download modeFor downloading firmware (OS) upgradesand session(s).
 
Here's a description of how each of the modes operate:
Pxx
1.
 
Press the
 Mode Select
(middle) button until the display reads “Pxx”, where “xx”is a number between 01 and 99. (Program 00 is permanently set as the “random”program).2.
 
Select a session by pressing the
bottom
button. A single press causes the displayto increment one step at a time, while pressing and holding it causes the displayto increment automatically. Notice that the rate at which the session number isdisplayed speeds up when you hold the button down.3.
 
TIP: you can cause the display to
decrement 
rather than increment if you pressthe
Start
(top) button together with the
bottom
button. Be sure you press andhold the
bottom
button first then press the top button.4.
 
Press the
Start
(top) button to start a session.
Uxx
1. Press the
 Mode Select
(middle) button until the display reads “
U
xx”, where“xx” is a number between 00 and 99.
Note
: If there are no sessions stored in the Uxx area or if they have beenoverwritten by a download to the “Pxx” area the Proteus will not display the “Uxx”mode.2. Select a session by pressing the
bottom
button. A single press causes thedisplay to increment one step at a time, while pressing and holding causes the display toincrement automatically. Notice that the rate at which the session number is displayedincreases as you hold the button down.3.
 
TIP: you can cause the display to
decrement 
rather than increment if youpress the
Start
(top) button together with the
bottom
button. Be sure you press and holdthe
bottom
button first then press the top button.4. Press the
Start
(top) button to start a session.
Usr
 
Use this mode to manually select and run specific frequencies without the use of a PCconnection.1. Press the
 Mode Select
button until the display shows "Usr".2. Press the
Start/Stop
(top) button once. The light and sound will begin an eightsecond soft-on sequence. If you press it
twice
the soft-on sequence will be skipped andthe session will begin at full brightness and volume.At this point, the lights and sound will run steadily at whatever frequency is shown in thedisplay. If you'd like to change to another pulse rate, or between on/off and left/rightmodes, do this:3. Press and hold the select key to increment the current flash rate in 0.1 hz increments.TIP: you can cause the display to
decrement 
rather than increment if you press the
Start
(top) button together with the
bottom
button. Be sure you press and hold the
bottom
button first then press the top button.4. Press the mode/pause key to toggle between LightFrame+audio on/off and left/right.If the left and right decimals on the display are flashing left/right, then so are the lightsand sound.Note: While in
user mode
you can also adjust the LightFrame color mode or switchbetween external audio and digital data input.5. You can change the audio pitch by holding down the middle and bottom buttons at thesame time. The pitch will increase to 400 Hz then shut off for one second before startingover at 40 Hz. The pause is for those people who want to use external audio without anyinternal sound.
PC
This powerful feature, introduced with the release of version 1.6 of the Proteus operatingsystem, is used for two primary functions: real-time preview of sessions you are editingwith Proteus Editor, and for setting Proteus to be controlled via biofeedback (initialu,ThoughtStream). To use this mode, just press Mode Select until PC is displayed, andfollow the instructions in your software documentation for proper use of this mode.
AS

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