AMP Vs MAH:
What is the main difference between AMP and MAP it is a very common question asked in battery industry. In this article we are about to show you some of the major differences between AMP and MAH. AMP AmpHour or AH is basically one amp for a single hour or in other words 10 amps for 1/10 of an hour and so on. While on the other hand MAH or milliamp Hour generally means how much current a battery will discharge in one hour of time.
AMP is basically one amp for one hour. It is amps for X hours. If you got a battery that pulls 20 amps and you use it for 20 minutes continuously so the amp hours used would be 20 amps. 6.67 AH. AMP is the Accepted AH rating time period for the batteries usage. The batteries usage and AMP totally dependent on the requirement of the user.
MAH simply means the amount of voltage and current the battery will discharge over a period of one hour. The higher the numbers means the higher usage of battery or higher storage capacity of the battery. The numbers does not dependent on the speed but on the usage time of the battery. For instance a 2000 mah pack will keep a 2000 milli amp which is drawn for one hour before it drops.
Main Differences Between AMP and MAH:
The following are some of the major differences between AMP and MAH.
- MAH and AMP both are related to each other and are used to show the voltage capacity and storage of the battery and are also directly related to each other.
- In battery AMP is one amp used for one hour while on the other hand MAH means the amount of voltage and current the battery will discharge over a time of one hour.