AVR®: Making Our Simple App Low Power

 In this video:

  • Using sleep modes to reduce power consumption.
  • Active clock domains and wake-up sources in the different sleep modes.
  • Using the Power Reduction Register to turn of the clocks to unused peripherals.
  • AVR® Libc support for sleep modes.
  • Choosing and setting a sleep mode.
  • Enabling sleep, putting the CPU to sleep and disabling sleep on waking up.
  • A recommended application note, AVR4013: picoPower Basics.

Hands-On Training

Application Note - AN17644: Getting Started with AVR® Microcontroller

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