Is it possible for an electron to sleep for less than 1 second? I actually would like to sleep for 10 milliseconds and for about 500 milliseconds.
The reason behind it is that is use the electron mainly in a offline loop, that reads all 500 milliseconds from I2C sensors and displays them locally. For each measure loop I will wake up the sensors, then waiting/sleep for 10 milliseconds before reading them and then put them back to sleep until the next measurement. I will only enable the cellular module all 2 or 4 hours to publish some stored average values.
I want to use an electron in a small off-grid solar power system so I would really like to sleep and save power for the time it just waits.