Happy 2014! We’re particularly happy to be making the first release of the SleepySketch library for writing low-power Arduino sketches.
SleepySketch changes the way you write Arduino sketches by letting the library, rather than the main body of the sketch, decide when to run code. The sketch stays asleep as much as possible, with the Arduino placed into a low-power state to preserve battery.
This is a first release of SleepySketch, for comments. It provides a sketch framework, a basic sleep manager, and an example “blinkenlights” demonstration to show how the system fits together. Future releases will provide more flexible sleep management and support for component-level power management for common components like Xbee radios.
You can download SleepySketch v. 0.1 from here.