I have a C++ program that is running continuously. It doesn’t always need to be active so we thought a low power mode would be good. I think I have to use nvpmodel but I saw that nvpmodel only comes with two options on the Nano, which seems to be related to whether or not you use the micro-USB port or the barrel connector. I get that I can create my own config file, but two questions arise:
In making the config file, I’m guessing I would just copy the PARAM DEFINITIONS and then make my own POWER_MODEL DEFINITIONS for my case. Is that correct?
What is the lowest setting the Nano can still operate at? In my case, I will have a gui and 4 cameras open, but I’m not updating the gui or actively processing the camera frames. I am just waiting for a GPIO trigger so the only main process required is waiting on poll() for the sysfs file.