While testing the WP7610 module with the provided firmware 13.2 image pulling the POWER_ON_N pin LOW (while our modules are on) is powering our WP7610 modules off.
I can’t find any documentation indicating that this pin will power the module OFF. The datasheets state the pin should only power the module ON when asserted and be ignored if the module is already powered on.
This behaviour is not seen with the WP7609 modules we also use. They work as expected.
Are there any AT commands or config we can change on the WP7610 to ensure the POWER_ON_N pin only functions as an ON button?