Shutting off Cisco 350 series client adapters from a program ?
I wounder if there is any way to shut off a 352 client adapter (it's a PC-card in a handheld computer) from within a program (API call) ? The power consumption is a bit high for the battery, and since the card is only used a few minutes every day it would be excellent if there is a way to control its power. If I uninstall the driver the card uses practically no power, so perhaps this is a Windows CE issue ?
Re: Shutting off Cisco 350 series client adapters from a program
Yes, it's true that CE doesn't have this option. I can select a non-functioning setup (wrong mode for instance), and then the card uses only a small fraction of its nominal power, but this is complicated and the users are not computer people. The power management modes makes little difference - the card uses at least 200 mA if there is another node nearby, and a little less if there isn't.
What I would like to do is to shut down the card from within my program - i.e. with an API function call somewhere.
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