Deep Sleep with MicroPython
koichirose last edited by
Hi, I'd like to press the M5 button on my M5StickC-Plus, do something, turn it off/deep sleep and turn it back on with the 'M5' button, as it is easily accessible. Basically I think this is how one of those Dash buttons used to work.
I tried with:
The screen turns off, but the device seems very much alive (I tried issuing commands from the REPL) and, when unplugged, completely discharges in a short period of time (maybe a few hours?)
Is there a way to do this? I saw there may be something for Arduino, not sure if it works reliably, but I'd be willing to port my code to Arduino to have this functionality.
felmue last edited by
here is how I managed to get M5StickC Plus into deep sleep using MicroPython:
p37 = machine.Pin(37, mode = machine.Pin.IN, pull = machine.Pin.PULL_UP) p37.irq(trigger = machine.Pin.WAKE_LOW, wake = machine.DEEPSLEEP) machine.deepsleep(20000)
It wakes up from deep sleep either after 20 seconds or when button A is pressed.