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ronalex4203
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2020-11-20 9:19 pm  

I am used to seeing a .h header file at a minimum that tells me the data types and function calls I can use with a particular piece of programmable hardware.

I want to build a remote (inside the basement of my RV) camera and need to figure out how to 'wake' it from a low power state that I know it can be put into. I found a sketch and see the following functions,

wakeup_reason = esp_sleep_get_wakeup_cause();

esp_deep_sleep_start();

esp_sleep_enable_ext0_wakeup(GPIO_NUM_33,1); //1 = High, 0 = Low

Where are these and all the other functions described? I was expecting maybe an IDE menu item and I do see a menu item Sketch/Include Library but don't see an ESP32-CAM entry.

Just point me in the right direction guys I am an experienced programmer but I need to know where to start.

Thanks,

Ron


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frogandtoad
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2020-11-21 4:15 am  

@ronalex4203

Posted by: @ronalex4203

I am used to seeing a .h header file at a minimum that tells me the data types and function calls I can use with a particular piece of programmable hardware.

I want to build a remote (inside the basement of my RV) camera and need to figure out how to 'wake' it from a low power state that I know it can be put into. I found a sketch and see the following functions,

wakeup_reason = esp_sleep_get_wakeup_cause();

esp_deep_sleep_start();

esp_sleep_enable_ext0_wakeup(GPIO_NUM_33,1); //1 = High, 0 = Low

Where are these and all the other functions described? I was expecting maybe an IDE menu item and I do see a menu item Sketch/Include Library but don't see an ESP32-CAM entry.

Just point me in the right direction guys I am an experienced programmer but I need to know where to start.

Have you researched the ESP32 API Reference ?

Cheers.


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ronalex4203
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2020-11-21 4:30 am  

@frogandtoad That looks like a starting point, thanks.


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