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HIBERNATE mode is the lowest power mode on this device. It is a global low-power mode that gates the supply voltages to most of the system. HIBERNATE is essentially a controlled power-down with remote wakeup capability, and can be used to save power during long periods of inactivity. Table 5-28 describes the effects on the system when the HIBERNATE mode is entered.
|M0 and M1 memories||● Remain on with memory retention if LPMCR.M0M1MODE = 0x00
● Are off when LPMCR.M0M1MODE = 0x01
|CPU1, CPU2, digital peripherals||Powered down|
|Dx, LSx, GSx memories||Power down, memory contents are lost|
|I/Os||On with output state preserved|
|Oscillators, PLL, analog peripherals, Flash||Enters Low-Power Mode|