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Old 03-30-2010, 03:52 PM   #1
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http://www.thomasdistributing.com/sh...rsllit8gi3gna7

Maybe a new receiver pack battery here? There are SubC batteries also but the AA's seem to have more capacity than the SubC's, go figure that one...

Maybe good for a DX3r or other radios using AA batteries.
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What the hell is a mWh?
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Saw that too, must be a typo.
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maybe milli Watt hours... .. just a guess.. which would mean its 1500 or so mA
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Ya, to get mAh from mWh you have to divide the the mWh by the voltage. So 2500/1.6 volts is a little over 1500 mAh.

Still not bad, comparable to the LiFe capacities.
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i make my own batteries out of energizer rechargable 2450 mah batteries. been doing this for years.. custom packs to fit anywhere.. jeremy
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You cant covert them; one is a measurement of power and the other current. Nice gimmick to attract people.
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if 1V x 1A = 1W, you can convert as long as you have 2 of the values, in this case 2500mWh/1.6V = 1562 mAh
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You cant covert them; one is a measurement of power and the other current. Nice gimmick to attract people.
dude as stated b4 power is V x A = W(power) so u can covert all day long... at least that is what it was back in basic physics class....
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What is this physics you speak of
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voltage x amps = watts ... its called physics 101... and has to do with electrical energy and how its produced.... i'm done here
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Ohm's Law, E over I times R.........E=voltage,divided byI=amps,multiplyed by r=resistance/ohms.
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now i was trying to rem. the term ohms law.... working around super conducting magnets can take your memory away... i would of remembered it tomorrow.... ... thank you very much...
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NP a couple things stuck from electricity class.
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