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Old March 6th, 2010, 12:45   #1
Griffen
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Calculating battery power

So i know a bit about the voltage and the mAh but i may have my info a bit wrong. Volts are the "strength" of the battery and mHa are the amount of energy the battery holds. But in testing the battery i have i found some crazy differences.



8.4v-1100
8.4v-1400

Both these are almost the same.

8.4v-4000 Question 1: Will more mHa effect the life of the internals?

In theory should this battery just last longer? Its so much stronger, and a huge ROF increase. Question 2: Why is more mHa making this change?

9.6v-1100

I get a better ROF with this guy.
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