Squeezing the most out of battery-life
ARM® Cortex®-M processors
A live online training event presenting practical software development techniques to minimize a microcontroller's energy profile.Format: Online training event
Duration: 1 hour
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The proliferation of mobile devices has led to the need to squeeze every last micro-amp-hour out of batteries. Minimizing the energy profile of a microcontroller is not always easy or straight forward. A combination of sleep modes, peripheral control and other techniques can be used to maximize battery life.
In this webinar, strategies for optimizing microcontroller energy profiles will be examined which will extend battery life while maintaining the integrity of the system. The techniques will be demonstrated on an ARM Cortex®-M processor using the Freescale Kinetis®-L board. The IAR Embedded Workbench® and I-Scope™ will be used to monitor the energy usage.
This training webinar has been developed by Jacob Beningo, Certified Software Development Professional (CSDP) and Embedded Systems Consultant from Beningo Engineering. Jacob will present this event, consisting of a one-hour session, (see below for details) with live interactive Q&A participation from attendees throughout. Attendence is FREE!
Example application problem
Design goals to minimize energy profile
Software architecture effects
Tips for energy conservation
Energy profiling techniques
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