We have had posts and replies on batteries being rebuilt and know I have two
sites to look at. http://www.voltmanbatteries.com/index.htm
One says 2000mAH, while the other says 2100mAH. What is the differ? Is
there any? Is one company better and the other in your past use? Or just
go for the cheapest...
Generally go for the higher number at the cheapest price, but in this case
there is probably not a lot of practical difference in the rating.
No experience with voltman, but have used primecell twice in the past three
years and have been more than satisfied.
2000mAH means 2000 milliampere-hours. 2100mAH means 2100 milliampere-hours.
As amperes are a measure of the rate of current flow, milliampere-hours are
a measure the total power in the battery.
It is hard to see how such a small difference in total electricity can be
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