The basic unit of battery capacity. One ampere-hour indicates that one ampere of electrical current can be drawn from a battery for one hour before depletion. Pulse generator batteries generally hold between 0.8 to 2.5 ampere-hours. Abbreviated A-h.
When the current is one ampere, the quantity of electricity that flows in one hour. Multiplying current in amperes by time of flow in hours equals ampere hours. In this case, batteries are often rated over an eight-hour period.
A measure of energy quantity, equal to amperes times hours. Also used to measure battery capacity.
A measure of the volume of electricity, being one ampere for one hour. It is used to express battery capacity, and is registered by an ampere-hour meter; it can be obtained by multiplying the current in amperes by length of time that the current is maintained.
The unit used to measure electrical energy. Used to indicate the storage capacity in batteries (symbol, Ah.) To convert Ah to kWh multiply the Ah by the voltage then divide by 1 000. Ah x V kWh = ----------- 1 000 Array - A collection of photovoltaic modules, electrically wired together and mechanically installed in their working environment. The modules may be wired in series or parallel so that the output matches the requirement of he application.
A unit of measure for a battery's electrical storage capacity, obtained by multiplying the current in amperes by the time in hours of discharge. (e.g. A battery which delivers 5 amperes for 20 hours delivers 5 amperes X 20 hours = 100 Amp-Hr of capacity).
The value obtained when the battery is normally used to define capacity of the battery. It is current in amperes, multiplied by the time in hours, during which current flows from the battery.
A measure of the quantity of electricity delivered by a battery determined by multiplying the integrated current in amperes by the duration of the current flow in hours.
(AH) A unit of measurement for electron flow or current through an electrical circuit for a certain period of time. (Ampere X Hour = Ampere-Hour).
A measure of the flow of current (in amperes) over one hour; used to measure battery capacity.
A unit of for the quantity of electricity obtained by integrating current flow in amperes over the time in hours for its flow; used as a measure of battery capacity.
One ampere-hour is equal to a current of one ampere flowing for one hour. A unit-quantity of electricity used as a measure of the amount of electrical charge that may be obtained from a storage battery before it requires recharging.
Quantity of electricity or measure of charge.
A measurement of quantity of electricity computed as the product of current (in amperes) and time (in hours).
One ampere of current flowing for one hour
A measure of electrical charge, equaling the quantity of electricity flowing in one hour past any point of a circuit. Battery capacity is measured in amp-hours.
The quantity of electrical energy equal to the flow of current of one ampere for one hour.
The flow of electricity equal to one ampere for one hour. Commonly used to rate the capacity of batteries.
Standard unit for measuring the quantity of electricity; equal to the flow of a current of one ampere for on hour or to an elapsed current drain of 3,600 coulombs.
An ampere-hour (abbreviated as Ah or Aâ€¢h in American English) is a unit of electric charge. One ampere-hour is equal to 3600 coulombs (ampere-seconds), and is the amount of electric charge transferred by a steady current of one ampere for one hour.