Porting IoT Sensor code to IoT Multi Sensor

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Porting IoT Sensor code to IoT Multi Sensor

We have a project that we have thoroughly tested on the IoT device and we would like to port it over to the IoT Multi Sensor device for power consumption reasons. We have a couple of questions before we purchase the new device

* Can the code be ported over easily with minor changes? Will we have any obstacles?
* Is the battery life better with the IoT Multi Sensor? We use the BLE stack as well as the accelerometer and gyro

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The DA14583  based IoT Sensor

The DA14583  based IoT Sensor sleep current is 4uA lower than that of the DA14585 based IoT Multi Sensor so you will not see any savings. 

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