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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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Under this contract, ERC will continue its development and testing of advanced 2000 ampere-hour size nickel-cadmium cells designed to be used by the Navy.
Powered by Ultralife's rugged, custom-engineered 14-volt, six ampere-hour lithium ion batteries and multiple-bay chargers, the Weapon Effects Simulation system features a fully integrated Direct-Fire Weapons Effects Simulation system that includes Cubic's new Precision Combat Training System and advanced software-based exercise control and after-action review technology.
The BA-5367/U is a one ampere-hour, single-cell 3-volt lithium-manganese dioxide battery used in the AN/AVS-6 aviator's night-vision goggles, AN/PVS-5 night vision goggles, AN/PVS-4 night-vision weapons sight, and various other imaging and aiming systems.
Historically, soldiers in combat preferred primary cell batteries; the admittedly more cost-effective rechargeable batteries eked out only half the ampere-hours and so were used only in training.
According to the company, the SFC A50, which weighs approximately seven kilograms, is capable of providing a daily output of 100 ampere-hours and is being touted for use in recreational vehicles and mobile homes.