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A unit of battery capacity configured for easy calculation. The SI corresponding unit is Coloumb ( unit of "C") which is a measurement of charge. A=C/s (A=Amps) so A*hour are dimensionally similar with a scale factor of 60*60=3600. This roughly tells you how much current a battery will supply for how long. Note that this is an estimate of the total power delivered, the voltage of the battery will vary with current level as well as charge level.

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coulomb and ampere calculation reg

when I am reading the IC datasheet ,operating voltage is they were mentioned 5v,300mA.its means 300mA per sec/min/hour. Because I have to calculate battery power for a circuit. 1 coulomb= 1 ampere. ...
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Calculate 100mAH battery with active and inactive value

A battery-powered remote wireless sensor uses 10 mA when active, 10 uA when inactive. How long will it run on a 100 mAh battery when it is: active for 10 seconds once per hour active for 10 seconds ...
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Converting battery capacity from Ah to Wh: Which voltage should be used?

I need to convert the battery capacity from ampere-hours to be Watt hours. I know that \$P=VI\$ in Watts, however I'm unsure of which voltage I will need to use in order to use this relation; there ...