Sunday, October 16, 2016

What Is mAh? (Milliamp Hours)

mAh implies milliamp Hour and is a unit that measures (electric) control after some time. It is normally used to gauge the vitality limit of a battery. As a rule, the more mAh and the more extended the battery limit or battery life. 

A higher number implies that the battery can store more vitality, so it has a higher limit. Obviously, this likewise implies longer battery life for a given utilization. 

This can be utilized to give a thought of to what extent a gadget will last, given a steady (or normal) control draw rate. For example, a 3000 mAh battery could control a gadget drawing 100 mA (milliamp) for 30 hours. A gadget drawing 200 mA would last just 15 hours.

For example, here is a plot from Energizer's datasheet for an alkaline (single-use) AAA battery:

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