While checking the specification of rechargable AAA Ni-MH cells, the specification shows 2 parameters Voltage say 1.2v and Current Capacity say 630 mAh.
However the current capacity is preceded by 'min' For example 1.2v Min 630mAh.
What is the meaning of 'min' here? If I understand the basic Ohms law the load shall only draw the current it needs at a specified voltage. So ideally if I use 630mAh cell or 830mAh cell at 1.2 volts the load shall only draw same amount of current. I hope I am correct.
So indeed what does 'min' specify in such a specification.
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