ampere-hour capacity

ampere-hour capacity

[′am‚pir ¦au̇·ər kə′pas·əd·ē]
(electricity)
The charge, measured in ampere-hours, that can be delivered by a storage battery up to the limit to which the battery may be safely discharged.
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The battery locomotive was very flexible up to the limit of its ampere-hour capacity. It also made the overhead wire unnecessary.
Edison Minit-Charger notes how its sequential system can recharge - return ampere-hour capacity to a depleted battery - at a charge current level up to four times higher than conventional chargers.
To store this power he suggested two 6-volt batteries, each with a 220 ampere-hour capacity, hooked in series to generate 12 volts.