lars at metafoo.de
Wed Jan 20 14:01:20 EST 2010
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Bas Wijnen wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 20, 2010 at 01:38:34AM +0000, Wolfgang Spraul wrote:
>> To add to my other mail, I think the power-off button should still totally
>> power off, and suspend should be some modifier+power-off button.
>> That's until there is a really good use case that needs to retain the RAM,
>> at the expense of 9.8mA.
> Not quite 9,8. It also takes energy while completely off, to keep the
> rtc running. I think I measured it to be quite significant, but I'm not
> too sure about my measurement. Perhaps this can be measured with the
> same setup that was used for the numbers quoted in this thread?
I think 'off' was somewhere around 5 mA. 4,9 or something.
And the 9,8 is outdated. I think I was able to cut it down a bit more.
But can't remember the details.
- - Lars
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