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I am using CYBT-343026-01. I have tested 2-3 randomly from 400 devices. I have written a new code. to test sleep functionality.
I believe wiced_sleep_config( WICED_TRUE, NULL, NULL ) PMU will determine when it should sleep and wake up. In short, it will sleep whenever it will get the time, and there no user control over it.
wiced_sleep_config( WICED_TRUE, NULL, NULL );
There is 1 timer (execute at every 1 second) which keeps the printing current count++. Apart from this, there is nothing written. and I can see current consumption is less than 1 mA for 1st 20-30 minutes. but some time (approximately after 20-30 minutes) current suddenly increases to 8mA and when I am trying to forcefully execute wiced_sleep_config( WICED_TRUE, NULL, NULL );it is not working. I have to hard reset every time to make it consume low. Why So?
I have also tried to use wiced_allow_sleep(TRUE);
First of all, it should not take this much high current when I am doing nothing.
Why wiced_sleep_config( WICED_TRUE, NULL, NULL ) is stopping its working after some time?