Friday, October 21, 2016

As promised this time we would be discussing further on the Backup Power Domain and special Shutoff Mode EM4. Initially we looked at how the EFM32 can be transitions to various power states. However "there is more to this chip than that meets the eye".

The EM4 mode of this chip is way more configurable and can be very useful. Its only that we need to take some system design considerations into account before using this mode.
Let us review the conditions of the peripherals for this mode:


---- This was a 2 years old incomplete post
It looks like that EM4 is very difficult to plot with the power analyzer. I had abandon that.
Sorry folks that would be all.

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