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- Normally, ADC won't be running all the time so it won't consume much battery. And usually the ADC is charged at first using the battery and then measure the battery in turn. That is to say, your controller won't consume any current (in the detectable level) to monitor battery level (but it do consume a bit more energy to get the job done).
- According to the document, all it requires is to get the ADC pin connected and specified in wiced_hal_batmon_config(). For more details, you can have a try.
- In the function wiced_hal_batmon_config(), you are able to specify the shutdownVoltage, which is explained as "System should shutdown if it detects battery voltage at or below this value in millivolts. 0 disables shutdown. Should be less than fullVoltage and emptyVoltage".