for arguments sake, if you had a constant current discharge, your equation should look like this:
mAH = (t/3600)*i*1000
t = discharge time in seconds
i = discharge current in amps
eg: at a 30 amp discharge, 100 seconds of runtime = 833 mAH.
alot of racers just go by seconds left in the pack. the above calculation takes into account different discharge rates, so that regardless of what discharger you are using, you can compare your cells to someone elses on theirs.
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