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    venu reacted to chicken in cc3200 power saving mode   
    I haven't played much with the CC3200, so no practical advice from me. There are some examples on TI's website:
    http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/CC32xx_SDK_Sample_Applications
    e.g. this one looks like a good start to figure out the basics:
    http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/CC32xx_Sleep-DeepSleep_Application
     
    @@spirilis probably can comment what to watch for when trying to do this with Energia instead of CCS.
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    venu reacted to spirilis in cc3200 power saving mode   
    You can probably get started with CCS and one of the FreeRTOS or TI-RTOS examples. I haven't used those myself though so YMMV. It will be a learning experience I'm sure...
     
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    venu reacted to spirilis in cc3200 power saving mode   
    Yeah, perhaps once we get real low power modes working in Energia this would be an appropriate use of the CC3200.  WiFi is a nice easy way to do things like this IMO.  Just power-hungry when it's active.
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    venu reacted to chicken in cc3200 power saving mode   
    First step would be to specify what latency is acceptable for your use case.
     
    A common pattern for applications that can live with high latency (i.e. long response times) is for the remote device to periodically check a server for updates. E.g. every 10 seconds the CC3200 could wake up, connect to WiFi and check a web service running on the RasPi for an updated stepper position, if required rotate the stepper, then go to sleep again.
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