|Name||Symbol||Quantity||Value in SI units|
|mA h||electric charge||3.6 C|
The milliampere hour, or milliamp hour, symbol mA h, is a non-SI unit of electic charge, accepted for use with the SI.
The milliampere hour is derived from the ampere (an SI coherent derived unit) and the hour (a non-SI unit accepted for use with SI).
|current||× time||= charge||expressed in SI units|
|0.001 A||× 3600 s||= 3.6 A s||3.6 C|
The milliampere hour, m Ah, is a non-SI unit commonly used to quantify the charge stored in an electric battery.