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milliamp

(MILLIAMPere) One thousandth of an amp. Abbreviated "mA." See ampere-hour.
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Fast charging basically involves a few things: a smartphone's power requirements (in volts), its capacity to receive a specific power current (in amps or milliamps), and a power adapter's capacity to deliver power to that smartphone (in watts).
According to the Electric Shock Drowning Prevention Association, just 1/50 the wattage of a 60 watt light bulb, between 10 and 15 milliamps, can cause drowning.
Under typical operating conditions, the AOT internal grid pack operates at a resistance level in the 200 mega-ohm range, consuming milliamps of electricity to reach the high kilovolt range, which is sufficient to effectively treat most crude oils and condensates.
Operating in the 779-965 megahertz (MHz) unlicensed industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) frequency bands, the ZL70550 consumes only 2.8 milliamps (mA) while transmitting at -10 decibel-milliwatts (dBm) output power and a similar 2.5 mA during reception.
According to IEC, 1-6 milliamps current passing through human body is tolerable, 6-9 milliamps is painful and 9-25 milliamps is harmful depending on time of exposure, added Engr.
As the market makes plans for a world of devices that require up to 960 milliamps of current over 4-pair data cables, there is legitimate concern over the potential danger posed by the high temperature increases observed in 24 gauge wires.
In terms of actual current (milliamps or mA), there are three kinds of USB port dictated by the current specs: a standard downstream port, a charging downstream port, and a dedicated charging port.
It uses very little current -- in the milliamps -- but it must not be used in stainless steel or galvanized tanks, or the A.O.
Unlike other consumer TENS products, the Drive PainAway provides a constant current (up to 60 milliamps) throughout each treatment.
Many studies use about 20 minutes of 1 to 2 milliamps of current at a time.