Part Number: MSP430FR5989-EP
My customer would like to use the MSP430FR5989-EP for an very low power consumption application where -55degC temperature is required.
They would like to know if they can run it in active mode on the Very-Low-Power Low-Frequency Oscillator?
Moreover, do you have some characterization at very low clock frequency?
For example, you can find this data for the MSP430F249-EP:
fMCLK = fSMCLK = fACLK = 32,768Hz/8 = 4,096Hz --> I(am)=few uA
Thanks in advance for your support.
In reply to Wade VonBergen:
Thanks for your feedback.
Could you please reply to the same questions for the MSP430F5438A-EP?
In reply to Pol REYMOND:
Do you have a power consumption characterization at very low clock frequency for this reference.?
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