Power Save - Deep Sleep for DHT and LCD
Ameba-D supports low power modes which are deepsleep mode. Deepsleep mode turns off most of the system power domain. The power consumptions of core module in DeepSleep Mode is around 7uA to 8uA compare to normal state around 22mA. This example gives demo of system switch between “working” and “sleep”(power save).Using DHT sensor to read data and display on LCD screen when system is awake. After 5 seconds system auto enter DeepSleep Mode for power save. System will wake up by wakeup source.( Aon timer, Aon Pins or RTC timer).
There are 2 versions of DHT sensor, one with 4 pins and another one with 3 pins mounted to a small PCB. The PCB mounted version has included a 10K Ohm pull up resistor for the signal line. Take note that if you are using a DHT sensor that is not mounted on a PCB, you will have to add in a 10K Ohm pull up resistor. You may refer to the wiring diagrams below.
AMB21/ AMB22 wiring diagram:
DHT sensor not mounted on a PCB board
DHT sensor mounted on a PCB board
AMB23 wiring diagram:
BW16 wiring diagram:
BW16 type C wiring diagram:
AW-CU488 Thing Plus wiring diagram:
AMB25 wiring diagram:
Open “File” -> “Examples” -> “AmebaPowerSave” -> “DeepSleep_DHT_LCD_Example”
Set condition values as picture below.
“DS_WAKEUP_SOURCE” is used to set the wake-up source, user can chose 3 wake up sources now,
AON Timer (SET_DS _AON_TIMER_WAKEUP);
AON GPIO pins (SET_AON_WAKEPIN_WAKEUP);
Using AON Timer as wakeup source
AON Timer can be set from 0 to 32760000ms range by AON_TIMER_SLEEP_DURATION.
Using AON GPIO pins as wake up source
For AMB21/AMB22, there are 5 pins that can be set as AON pins and active high for wakeup, GPIOA25(D16), GPIOA26(D17), GPIOA21(D26), GPIOA20(D27), GPIOA(D28).
For AMB23, there are 8 pins that can be set as AON pins and active high for wakeup, GPIOA12(D9), GPIOA13(D10), GPIOA14(D11), GPIOA15(D12), GPIOA16(D13), GPIOA18(D15), GPIOA19(D16), GPIOA21(D18).
For BW16/BW16-TypeC, there is only 6 pins that can be set as AON pin and active high for wakeup, GPIOA_25 (D7), GPIOA_26 (D8), GPIOA_15 (D9), GPIOA_14 (D10), GPIOA_13 (D11), GPIOA_12 (D12).
For AW-CU488 Thing Plus, there is only 10 pins that can be set as AON pin and active high for wakeup, GPIOA_18(D0), GPIOA_16(D1), GPIOA_17(D2), GPIOA_13(D3), GPIOA_12(D4), GPIOA_26(D5), GPIOA_25(D6), GPIOA_19(D8), GPIOA_15(D28), GPIOA_14(D29).
For AMB25, there is only 6 pins that can be set as AON pin and active high for wakeup, GPIOA_12(D3), GPIOA_13(D2), GPIOA_14(D1), GPIOA_15(D0), GPIOA_25(D7), GPIOA_26(D6).
These AON pins can be set by using SET_AON_GPIO_WAKEUP_GPIOA25 or the pin that you want to use as shown in the picture below.
Using RTC Timer as wakeup source
RTC Timer wakeup system is by setting alarm. The alarm has 4 values to be set, day, hour, min and sec. All 4 values can be set by DS_RTC_ALARM_DAY, DS_RTC_ALARM_HOUR, DS_RTC_ALARM_MIN, and DS_RTC_ALARM_SEC.
DHTPIN is used to set DHT sensor data pin. User can choose any GPIO pins.
DHTTYPE is used to set DHT sensor type. (DHT11, DHT22 and DHT33)