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2000\05\01@145943 by rleggitt

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Hi all, what's the difference between 16C74B in reset vs. sleep? I just
wrote this terribly complicated program:

       org 0
       sleep
       end

I measure about 560 uA (total circuit power) in reset and about 480 uA
when not in reset. Any explanation? Tnx -- Rich

2000\05\01@153130 by Andrew Warren

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rleggitt@concentric.net <spam_OUTPICLISTTakeThisOuTspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU> wrote:

> Hi all, what's the difference between 16C74B in reset vs. sleep? I
> just wrote this terribly complicated program:
>
>         org 0
>         sleep
>         end
>
> I measure about 560 uA (total circuit power) in reset and about 480 uA
> when not in reset. Any explanation?

Rich:

To achieve the lowest current consumption with that program, all I/O
pins must be pulled high or low, and the watchdog timer must be
disabled.  Are those the conditions under which you performed your
testing?

-Andy


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2000\05\01@155003 by rleggitt

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On Mon, 1 May 2000, Andrew Warren wrote:

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Yes, except for RA0 is analog with VCC/2 bias. -- Rich

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