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If you have our development kit or your custom board, you can program the project and check the power numbers for various low power modes. Link given below. This code example is associated with same application note you are referring to:
Here are some power numbers we have measured at our side with that code example:
The technology on which PSoC 6 is built consumes lesser power compared to that of PSoC 4. In case of PSoC 4, there is a separate application note, which contains an excel sheet associated with it showing the power numbers. You can give your custom parameters in that excel sheet and estimate the power consumption. Please note that the power numbers for psoc 6 would be much less when compared to psoc4.
Please go through above documentation and update if you have more queries.
Thanks -- I hadn't see that app note. Basically, I was torn between deep sleep and hibernate. Looks like my tests show about 10uA for deep sleep with very little going on and 1uA in hibernate. Thus, we will design for deep sleep since its easier to deal with, and if push comes to shove go for hibernate and fiddle with re-starting things on wakeup more which is the problem with hibernate of course.
Thanks for the information --