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I currently have a voltage regulator to supply voltage to 20736S from a coin cell operating at 3V. Going over the blebat.c,
/*.adcInputConnectedToBattery =*/ ADC_INPUT_VDDIO, // P15. ADC input to be used for measurement. Note that this may not be a GPIO.
/*.measurementInterval =*/ 60000, // msec. Interval between battery measurements
/*.numberOfMeasurementsToAverage =*/ 8, // Number of measurements averaged for a report, max 16
/*.fullVoltage =*/ 3200, // millivolts. The nominal full battery voltage
/*.emptyVoltage =*/ 1800, // millivolts. The voltage at which the batteries are considered drained
/*.shutdownVoltage =*/ 1700, // millivolts. System should shutdown if it detects battery
// voltage at or below this value. 0 disables shutdown.
/*.maxLevel =*/ 100, // Sets the range of the reported number of steps
// Set it to 100 to report battery in %, 0-100.
/*.reportID =*/ 3, // ID of the battery report
/*.reportLength =*/ 8, // Length of the battery report
/*.reportOnConnect =*/ TRUE, // if TRUE report should be sent when connection is established
Shows that the full battery is measured at 3.2V. Can I then power the chip with the regulated voltage and have direct input from the battery at P15(3V input) and the internal ADV will monitor the battery level?