ESP8266 Wake up from Deepsleep is not working

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ESP8266 Wake up from Deepsleep is not working

#1 Post by spicer » 01 Jul 2019, 19:55

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No matter if I enter the deepsleep,30 command in the Rules or directly,
the LED on the ESP flashes quickly after 30 seconds, but the ESP remains in sleep mode.
The GPIO14 showing the status will then go from 0V to 150mV.
That's it. I have to interrupt the supply so that the ESP works again.
Does anyone know where is the problem?


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Egal ob ich den deepsleep,30 Command in den Rules oder direkt eingebe,
die LED am ESP blinkt nach 30s schnell auf, das ESP bleibt jedoch im Sleepmode.
Der GPIO14 der den Status anzeigt, kommt dann von 0V auf 150mV.
Das wars dann. Ich muss die Speisung wegnehmen, damit der ESP wieder arbeitet.
Weiss jemand, wo das Problem liegt?

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on System#Wake do
  gpio,14,1
endon 

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Re: ESP8266 Wake up from Deepsleep is not working

#2 Post by dynamicdave » 02 Jul 2019, 07:11

Did you put the link in between D0 and RST ???

This is needed to bring the device out of 'deepsleep' when the sleep time has expired.

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Re: ESP8266 Wake up from Deepsleep is not working

#3 Post by spicer » 02 Jul 2019, 17:58

Done. But still the same problem :(
Have I to do some other configurations?
I have the nodeMCU Board.
If I connect the RST directly to ground, the ESP wake up.
The GPIO16 works. When I set GPIO → LED: to GPIO16 the output is 3.1V. Inverted 0.1V
Could it be that an older version of build works better?
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Re: ESP8266 Wake up from Deepsleep is not working

#4 Post by spicer » 06 Jul 2019, 02:31

My english is terrible. So i post here: https://www.esp-forum.de/index.php/foru ... -deepsleep
I'm a Swiss. My language is German. Sorry ^^
Indeed i know Electronics. www.ltspiceusers.ch is my own forum.

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Re: ESP8266 Wake up from Deepsleep is not working

#5 Post by TD-er » 06 Jul 2019, 17:36

The GPIO settings in ESPeasy should not have an effect on the boot from deep sleep.
Just to be sure it isn't a hardware issue, you could try an older build, based on core 2.3.0 (for example one of the first builds in 2018)

I've read that some ESP12S modules may have issues with the block wave signal produced on the GPIO-16 pin. (pulse was too short and not rising fast enough)
Maybe some other boards also have similar issues here?

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Re: ESP8266 Wake up from Deepsleep is not working

#6 Post by spicer » 10 Jul 2019, 17:48

I think, this board is defective.
It wake up after a 2nd impulse on RST.
With only one impulse, it stay in deepsleep.

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Re: ESP8266 Wake up from Deepsleep is not working

#7 Post by spicer » 27 Jul 2019, 04:59

Now i buy other V2 boards from Banggood (see attachement).
Wake up work perfect.
The LolIn V3 board have this problem (see attachement).

TD-er wrote:
06 Jul 2019, 17:36
The GPIO settings in ESPeasy should not have an effect on the boot from deep sleep.
Just to be sure it isn't a hardware issue, you could try an older build, based on core 2.3.0 (for example one of the first builds in 2018)

I've read that some ESP12S modules may have issues with the block wave signal produced on the GPIO-16 pin. (pulse was too short and not rising fast enough)
Maybe some other boards also have similar issues here?
The pulse was ok. I see that with oscilloscope.
It's definitively the board version.
V2 is ok
V3 is bad
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