milliampere


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milliampere

[¦mil·ē′am‚pir]
(electricity)
A unit of current equal to one-thousandth of an ampere. Abbreviated mA.
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The first of the new families comprises the 50 milliampere (mA) and 150 mA NCP4640 and NCP4641 products.
4 volt, 350 milliampere solar cell and transparent plastic body that can be painted or left clear to display the car's inner mechanical construction.
The ZL70103 consumes less than 6 milliamperes (mA) when transmitting or receiving and consumes only 290 nanoamperes (nA) when in a periodic sleep/sniff mode (1 second sniff interval).
Electrical current on most outlet receptacles is rated at between 12,000 and 20,000 milliamperes (mA).
First, each CT scan is visually inspected by the data manager at the core CT lab for compliance with the protocol, including appropriate kilovolts (kVs), milliAmperes (mAs), reconstruction field of view, slice thickness and phase reconstructions, as well as radiation dose length product.
Consider that electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), which is used to treat depression and other psychiatric conditions, uses amperage in the brain ranging from 200 to 1600 milliamperes (mA).
The electrophoresis was conducted at 4[degrees]C for 30 minutes at 25 volts and 300 milliamperes.
The Olson Signal has a luminous flux of 52 lumens at 350 milliamperes.
The serum protein electrophoresis was carried out by series of seven samples of 90 Volt HydraGel (Kit HYDRAGEL PROTEIN (E) K20) for 22 minutes with direct current amperage from 12 [+ or -] 3 milliamperes.
Electrophoretic runs were done at 300 milliamperes with a constant voltage of 200 V for 90 min.