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Thread: Measuring Current Consumption During Sleep
picon face BY : Russell McMahon email (remove spam text)

> You should be able to get it down to a couple of microamps.
> It is very easy to consume a few extra microamps.

Presumably you are using a crystal or resonator.
When using an RC clock with external R the oscillator tends to add about
Vcc/2R to the current drain.


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