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GPIO As A Wake-up Pin Source

Overview

This sample is a minimum application to demonstrate using a wake-up pin with a GPIO as a source to power on an STM32 SoC after Poweroff.

The system will power off automatically WAIT_TIME_US us after boot. Press the user button designated in boards’s devicetree overlay as “wkup-src” to power it on again.

Requirements

The SoC should support POWEROFF functionality & have a wake-up pin that corresponds to the GPIO pin of a user button. To support another board, add an overlay in boards folder. Make sure that wake-up pins are configured in SoC dtsi file.

Building and Running

Build and flash wkup_pins as follows, changing nucleo_u5a5zj_q for your board:

west build -b nucleo_u5a5zj_q samples/boards/stm32/power_mgmt/wkup_pins
west flash

After flashing, the LED in ON. The LED will be turned off when the system is powered off. Press the user button to power on the system again.