Hi, i'm working on thunderboard bg22 , in simplicity studio 5, the example project bluetooth mesh - SoC switch start correctly but it consume a lot of current, it stay at more that 1 mA. How can I resolve it and consume just some uA ? I'm measuring this using the energy profiler and thunderboard bg22 connected with mini simplicity connector and debug adapter.
in the link there is details about how to setup to achieve low current.
Hi , thank you for reply. I check the link, but the problem i meant is different. Working on standard example, just flashing the demo "bluetooth mesh soc switch " that is a lpn mesh node, after provisioning and set lpn functionality the node go to sleep and find a friend, but it consume always 1 mA. Check the screenshot below, that is the demo switch firmware withouy any edit.
The example Soc IBeacon work correctly and consume uA when not transmitting, so I can assume it is a software init error and not an hardware problem.
It is good that the soc ibeacon example project behavior rightly.
coming to ble mesh soc switch, can you open slcp file, and search iostream, in the configuration, disable "Restrict the energy mode to allow the reception". closing all GATT connections with soc switch node, the current can be very low.