@gabrielapb said in Wake up from deep sleep via accelerometer outputs?: @crumble Thanks, I got this part, but now I am actually asking about this https://docs.pycom.io/datasheets/boards/deepsleep/api.html and https://docs.pycom.io/pytrackpysense/apireference/sleep.html, since both can be used to put Pysense to sleep DeepSleep() is there for those that dont need the extra Pytrack/Pysense functionality. the versions inside the Pytrack/Pysense class are the same as DeepSleep() but included in the Pytrack/Pysense libs as a convinience. . @jcaron has this perfectly. use the Pysense lib.