b. processor clock is running (it is as per oscilloscope)
adafruit_support wrote:That is unusual.
adafruit_support wrote:If the oscillator is running, it should still update the time while in sleep mode.
adafruit_support wrote:Check the oscillator frequency.
adafruit_support wrote:Is the time exactly the same as when the power is removed, or is it possibly just running very slowly?
adafruit wrote:can you post a clear photo of your main pcb?
rgollub wrote:adafruit_support wrote:Check the oscillator frequency.
Will do, but the probability that it is running at the crystal frequency is very close to 100%. See following comment.
rgollub wrote:adafruit wrote:can you post a clear photo of your main pcb?
Sure. No problem. Will revert in due course, probably tomorrow.
rgollub wrote:For my guidance, could you explain me your rationale behind the request? Maybe I could enhance your thinking with my own...
I have the picture but, due to its high resolution, your restriction of 1 MB per attachment disallows me from attaching to this post. Please instruct how/where I should send it to and thus have it reach you.
adafruit_support wrote:You can re-size it (800x600 should be fine). Or you can put it up on one of the many photo sites and post a link here.
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