I am trying to build the following:
An ESP8285 is connected to a LiPo via an LDO (3.3V).
A SHORT button press should latch power to the ESP8285/ESP8266.
The problem is that the latch circuit is always on, even when the button is pressed.
The circuit needs to fixed so that:
1) The short button press latches power to the ESP. (Power usage should then be 0)
2) GPIO16 or another GPIO, can unlatch the circuit, thereby turning off the ESP itself.
Attached is the circuit, in which the power is always latched on.
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Am a Mechatronic engineer with 5 year experience in circuit and pcb design and I believe i can handle your task to perfection
Dear you, I have checked your schematic. Did you check Q1 and Q2? i think they are dead. You need the protect circuit for them. Brg!
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Hey, I have gone through the requirements I would like to help you. Kindly contact me if we can proceed further. Regards Boobesh
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I can solve your problem . Once designed the same latched circuit for different microcontroller . I have in depth knowledge of analog circuits and power electronics . I can provide you designed schematic for the above Plus
I am a Medtronic engine and I can do this very easily and I have completed several projects like this before so I will be able to create this the way you want it without any errors.