thank you for your help.
Unfortunately I’m not so expert to be able to read (and to understand) the IP5306 datasheet.
I hope someone from M5Stack development team will reply to my (and to your) question.
Hi, I’m developing a sport stopwatch for curling training, based on M5Stack ESP32, gray version.
I’ve seen that, when the ESP32 is switched off, there are inexplicably about 1.90 and 0.7 V, respectively on the 5V and 3.3V pins.
This could be a big problem, for the fact that I need to connect the Xbee radio system, I use to riceive pulses from laser triggers, to the 5V pin and, due to this residual voltage on power pin, I risk to drain the battery for nothing.
Can anyone help me?
Thank you very much.
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