DEVICE_POWER_STATE Enumeration

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The DEVICE_POWER_STATE enumeration identifies the device power states that a device can enter.

Syntax

typedef enum _DEVICE_POWER_STATE {
  PowerDeviceUnspecified,
  PowerDeviceD0,
  PowerDeviceD1,
  PowerDeviceD2,
  PowerDeviceD3,
  PowerDeviceMaximum
} DEVICE_POWER_STATE, *PDEVICE_POWER_STATE;

Constants

PowerDeviceUnspecified The device power state is unspecified.
PowerDeviceD0 The device's working (D0) state. This is the device's highest power state.
PowerDeviceD1 The device's D1 sleeping state.
PowerDeviceD2 The device's D2 sleeping state.
PowerDeviceD3 The device's D3 sleeping state.
PowerDeviceMaximum For system use only.

Remarks

The DEVICE_POWER_STATE enumeration is used as input to IWDFDevice2::AssignS0IdleSettings and IWDFDevice2::AssignSxWakeSettings.

Requirements

   
Minimum UMDF version 1.9
Header wudfddi.h (include Wudfddi.h)

See Also

IWDFDevice2::AssignS0IdleSettings

IWDFDevice2::AssignSxWakeSettings