the capacity of wireless devices' battery. Measured in milliampere hours (mAh).
The amount of energy a battery can deliver under normal working conditions. The capacity of wireless phone batteries is measured in milliampere-hours (mAh).
Capacity of the battery is generally measured in milliAmperehours (mAh).
The electric output of a cell or battery on a service test delivered before the cell reaches a specified final electrical condition and may be expressed in ampere-hours, watt-hours, or similar units. The capacity in watt-hours is equal to the capacity in ampere-hours multiplied by the battery voltage.
The battery ampere-hour capacity at full charge, standard temperature, and at a specified (usually C10) discharge rate.
The amount of stored energy available from a battery. The battery capacity is expressed in ampere-hours or watts per cell.
The total number of ampere-hours that can be withdrawn from a fully charged battery.
The total amount of electrical energy, in watt hours, available from a battery.
The maximum total electrical charge, expressed in ampere-hours (AH), that a battery can deliver to a load under a specific set of conditions.
The battery's charge-holding capacity (measured in Milliamp-hours).