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Part No. CC3135
Description  SimpleLink Wi-Fi, Dual-Band Network Processor, solution for MCU applications
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6.5
Low-Power Operating Modes
This section describes the low-power modes supported by the device to optimize battery life.
6.5.1
Low-Power Deep Sleep
The low-power deep-sleep (LPDS) mode is an energy-efficient and transparent sleep mode that is entered
automatically during periods of inactivity based on internal power optimization algorithms. The device can
wake up in less than 3 ms from the internal timer or from any incoming host command. Typical battery
drain in this mode is 115 µA. During LPDS mode, the device retains the software state and certain
configuration information. The operation is transparent to the external host; thus, no additional handshake
is required to enter or exit LPDS mode. Advanced features of long sleep interval and IoT low power for
extending LPDS time for up to 22 seconds while maintaining Wi-Fi connection is also supported
6.5.2
Hibernate
The hibernate mode is the lowest power mode in which all of the digital logic is power-gated. Only a small
section of the logic powered directly by the main input supply is retained. The RTC is kept running and the
device wakes up once the nHIB line is asserted by the host driver. The wake-up time is longer than LPDS
mode at approximately 50 ms. The typical battery drain in this mode is 4.5 µA.
NOTE
Wake-up time can be extended depending on the service-pack size.
6.5.3
Shutdown
The shutdown mode is the lowest power-mode system-wise. All device logics are off, including the real-
time clock (RTC). The wake-up time in this mode is longer than hibernate at approximately 1.1 s. The
typical battery drain in this mode is 1 µA.


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