Weather is spectacular Published on May 7, 2019 by Marica It’s gorgeous outside. Daisies are getting ready to pop! FYI: Watt hour equals (milliampre hour times voltage) divided by 1000 Gotta keep those old neurons firing over something. Share responsibly!Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related, or so WordPress thinks! Post navigation ← Bizarre as it sounds “I can.” → 2 Responses Ok… so what is a Watt Hour?? one watt used/burned for one hour? So a 60 watt light bulb burning for one hour is 60 watt hours?? or for ten hours a day would be 600 watt hours?? I suppose I could look it up…but since you’re already working one it….!! Loading... Yeah. It’s a unit of energy equal to the work done by one watt over one hour. For practical purposes– for me– it measures the amount of battery bank life. So, at two extremes, I have a little power bank (600mAh) that’s 30Wh, and a bigger power station that’s 167Wh. Also, kWh, kilowatt hour. Power (W) x time. Like your electric bill. How much did you use? WRT power banks, it’s how much does it store? So I’m discovering that electricity is not particularly complicated *IF* (big if) you find the right place for explanations! What gets complicated is that, at least with regard to the things I’m concerned about right now, the companies don’t provide information in a consistent format. Loading... Comments are closed.