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Building low power into Energia

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I took a while but I finally got around to spend a couple of days looking at low power modes using the awesome feedback in this thread. The key of course is to not break any existing API's. That led t

I just finished the first version of low power implementation. 2 new functions were introduced: sleep(uint32_t milliseconds) and sleepSeconds(uint32_t seconds). sleep() has a resolution of 2 ms while

I've had a little bit of a play, and have made up a few libraries for basic LPM support. These libraries are based on the Energia core files, but take advantage of the fact that the Energia linker giv

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I'm just thinking in as far as using the launchpad for a project, unless I'm understanding the process wrong, the debugging chip is only used as usb serial and debugging?
Yer thats what I thought, if I remove the jumper possibly I could remove the ICDI from VBUS? then I'd just have to use an external 5v other than USB..?

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