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milliamp

(MILLIAMPere) One thousandth of an amp. Abbreviated "mA." See ampere-hour.
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The clock motor is very efficient and only needs milliamps to operate.
It supplies 200 milliamps at 28 volts while producing V2 amp-hour of charge current per 24 hours of sunlight.
It takes 1,000 milliamps to go," explained Emma, an assured 13-year-old who doesn't settle for much less in school than A-pluses.
An eight-channel low-side driver of up to 600 milliamps (mA) drive capability per channel, the NCV7240 provides power distribution to relays, LEDs and unipolar stepper motors.
Psychologist Ingrid Olsen used a current of one to two milliamps to the scalp of volunteers to stimulate the brain's anterior temporal lobes.
0 can carry as much as 900 milliamps, up from just 500 milliamps for USB 2.
The output needed to be in the form of a 24v electronic signal ranging from 4 to 20 milliamps (which would feed into their computer system).
The EP2 and EP4 operate at currents of 350 and 700 milliamps, respectively, with power dissipation of 0.
Treatment has consisted of four interventions: (1) Transcranial Electrical Stimulation with the Liss CES, a safe TENS type device, using 1 or 2 milliamps of current at 15,000 Hz, modulated at 500 HZ and 15 Hz, 40 to 60 minutes daily.
The new Micropack III 4--20mA Tracer accurately measures any parameter that can be converted to milliamps, such as oxygen, pH, CO2 and more.
According to ST, a mobile phone power source must be able to generate approximately 300 milliamps (mA) of current at 3.