pytrack and lowpower
I'm using a pytrack(v1) + fipy stack
I'm trying to get into low power idle. So basically i hit:
But unfortunately this kills both NVRAM and RTC on the ESP32
And if I just go with the regular micropython
the pytrack board hovers around 25mA which is very far from low power in my book.
@Morten-Guldager Power consumption in deep sleep is a recurring topic and there are quite a few possible causes:
- The FiPy does not actually go to deep sleep
- The LTE modem is still active
- The GPS is still active at full power
Make sure you have the right versions of firmware of the FiPy and PyTrack and modem.