CubeCell Board: 2 x ADC required

Hi, I have a CubeCell Board that I want to use to use in low power mode to send readings of an analog signal using LoRa.
I want to power it by a coin battery.

I notice that the Cortex 0+ has many ADC channels.

How can I measure both the battery voltage and the analog signal? Is it possible? Or do I need another ADC?

Thanks for your help

You can use this example to measure directly.
#include “Arduino.h”

void setup() {
// put your setup code here, to run once:

uint16_t voltage;

void loop() {
// put your main code here, to run repeatedly:
uint16_t voltage=analogRead(ADC)*2;
Serial.print(" ");

Thank you, could you explain to me what the VBAT_ADC_CTL does?

VBAT_ADC_CTL is the Pin.

Thanks for your reply.
I’m a bit confused because here:

it says that a resistor needs to be removed to be able to use the ADC to read external signals instead of the battery?

The CubeCell boards with ASR6501 only have 1 ADC pin.

The ASR6502 series have 3 ADC pin.

Ah so to be absolutely clear, if I have an ASR6501 then I absolutely must remove that resistor to use the analog pin for an external signal?

The answer is YES…

Thank you for your help.