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ampere-hour

 
a unit of electric charge, being the amount of charge that passes a given point as a current of one ampere in one hour.
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If you have a 200 amp-hour 12 volt battery, you will get 20 amp-hours at 120 volts (AC, DC, doesn't matter) because watts (rate of flow) and watt-hours stay the same.
As a result, LTC recently shipped prototype 9 Amp-hour cells to a U.
Exide Technologies (NYSE: EX) has commenced shipment of its new Marathon(TM) 12-volt, 125 ampere hour (amp-hour/AH) and 12-volt, 150 amp-hour front-terminal batteries.
Design efforts are now being directed toward 100 Amp-hour and larger cells for very large spacecraft power systems.
With a capacity of about 42 amp-hours each, the batteries are expected to go through multiple charge-discharge cycles per Martian day.