thanks for fast reply. Yes, I already saw this Application Note, but it doesn't answer on my questions above.
I use techniques described in AN, and I am intreresting to achieve a very low power consumption in Alt.Active like in Sleep Mode. How can I reach this goal?
All components that have power-mode control offer a ComponentName_Sleep() and a ComponentName_Wakeup() API.
So check all your used components for
- Having a _Sleep() API
- can be turned off during low power
I make test on clear TopDesign without any component besides RTC. I want to achieve a very low power consumption in Alt.Active mode like in Sleep Mode. Is it possible?
When I do it, I'll add need components to design and test power consumption with it.
I thnik in the Alt.Active mode power consumption isn't very low like in Sleep mode. Is it right conslusion?
So, I need a counter timer that working in Sleep mode with 1 kHz freq. I want to count ticks happened when RTOS and PSoC sleep.
Sleep timer is not suitable because it has limited number of periods.
Has the PSoC 5LP a such timer working in Sleep mode?
Read the ARM Cortex M3 Technical Reference Manual from here: infocenter.arm.com/help/index.jsp. at the bottom of the index is a link to download manual as .pdf. There is a "System Tick Timer" mentioned which you may use independently from the other sources.