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Digi ConnectCore for i.MX6UL Low Power Application Demo

This demonstration measures the low power consumption of the single-board computer, the System-on-Module, and the micro controller assist on the Digi ConnectCore for i.MX6UL module.

Build low power applications with the micro controller assist, use features like suspend mode and Event Trigger mode to save even more on power consumption, and turn it back on with a touch of a button. 
 
Read more about this single-board-computer and get started with a Digi ConnectCore for i.MX6UL development kit.

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Jun 07, 2017 | Length: 0:59

This demonstration measures the low power consumption of the single-board computer, the System-on-Module, and the micro controller assist on the Digi ConnectCore for i.MX6UL module.

Build low power applications with the micro controller assist, use features like suspend mode and Event Trigger mode to save even more on power consumption, and turn it back on with a touch of a button. 
 
Read more about this single-board-computer and get started with a Digi ConnectCore for i.MX6UL development kit.

Transcript

Hello, I'm Andreas. Here, we are showing the Digi ConnectCore for i.MX6UL. We're measuring the power consumption of the complete single-board computer, the SoM module, and the Microcontroller Assist we are providing on the module.

 

The Microcontroller Assist enables you to build some real low-power applications. You can send the system into Suspend mode to bring down power consumption of the module to 5 milliamp. You can instantly wake it up with a button press, bringing it back to normal operation. We're also supporting an Event Trigger mode, which enables you to bring down power consumption to 25 microamp, still reacting on a GPIO to wake up the system to operation again.

The single-board computer is included in our development kit. If you want to find out more information, visit digi.com.