The number of ampere-hours that can be delivered by a storage battery under specified conditions as to temperature, rate of discharge and final voltage.
Rating for a battery describing current in amperes that can be drawn over a period of time in hours before the discharge limit is exceeded.
The quantity of electricity measured in ampere-hours (Ah) which may be delivered by a cell or battery under specified conditions.
The amount of electricity measured in ampere-hours(AH) that may be delivered by a battery under certain conditions. (A current of one ampere for one hour is equal to 1AH).
The number of ampere-hours which can be delivered by a storage battery on a single discharge. The ampere-hour capacity of a battery on discharge is determined by a number of factors, of which the following are the most important: final limiting voltage; quantity of electrolyte; discharge rate; density of electrolyte; design of separators; temperature, age, and life history of the battery; and number, design, and dimensions of electrodes.
The result of multiplying the amount of current (amperes) times the time the current was delivered (hours). This term is commonly used to express the amount of energy storage of a battery.