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OSR FX2 Remote wake up feature

ChandraTutikaChandraTutika Member Posts: 7

Hi All,
I have been using the OSR FX2 board for the past month to understand the basics of USB controls/transfers/power management etc.
The board has a remote wake-up feature which does not come up with documentation to understand it better.
Also, I have a few questions about power management.

Here are the questions I have now:

• How do I push the board to D2/D3 state? How do I check if the board entered that state or not?
• How do I exercise the remote wake-up functionality of the board?
o Here is what I am trying to arrive at.
o I have connected the board to my laptop and let the laptop go to sleep.
o Once I press the remote wake-up button on the board, the laptop should be back from sleep.
o Please correct me if I am wrong in understanding the remote wakeup functionality.
• I was unable to set a power policy using WinUSB_SetPowerPolicy. As per, the documentation for the API is indeed wrong. Also, as per the link, a registry key needs to be set to enable the feature. Can you guide me on the registry key and the values to be set?

Any help will be highly appreciated.



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