How many amps are in a 9 volt battery
Batteries are rated in amp/hours, a 9v has between 500 and 800 mAh (milliamphours). Have more questions? ChaCha is here 24/7! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/how-many-amps-are-in-a-9-volt-battery ]
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- How many amps in a 9 volt battery?
- The question should be how many amp-hours in a battery. In a small batt. like a 9V, this is measured in milli-amp hours (mAh), with 0.5 amp hours equaling 500 mAh. This means the battery could power a 0.5 amp load for 1 hour. Data I have se…
- What Is The Resistance In A Circuit In Which A 9-volt Battery Pro…?
- The formula for calculating resistance is , R = V / I Where R equals resistance V = Potential difference across the object measured in volts I = Current measured in ampere R = 9/3 = 3 Resistance is 3 Ohm.
- What is the amp output of a 9 volt battery?
- What size battery? If it’s the small rectangular one, about 500mA-hours. that means half an amp for an hour. Battery manufacturers no longer specify capacity of batteries, so all you can do is guess at their capabilities.
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- A: 200 feet of 26 AWG only is a couple of ohms, I bet. But if you want, short out the end where the LED is going to be, and measure the resistance at the other end. This is the additional resistance your LED circuit will experience from traveling down the wires. You are going to have to limit the current to the LED anyway using a series resistor with a nine volt battery. If it is an ordinary run-of-the-mill Green LED, the forward drop at 10 mA is going to be about 2.5 volts, and the battery is going to be supplying about 9.5 volts. So you are going to need a series resistance of (9.5-2.5)/.01 Ohms, or about 700 Ohms, so the wire resistance is negligible. If it is a different LED that requires more voltage or current, you need to modify the series resistance. Big LEDs may require more current than a standard 9 volt battery can supply. You can’t expect them to supply much more than 10 mA for very long. You will get more bang for your current by putting two or three LEDS in series and reducing the series resistance that is required, but then the brightness will become more sensitive to the drop in the battery’s voltage as it gets used up. Best bet is to make some reasonable estimates and calculate it out.
- How to figure out how many Watts My 12V battery Can Take?
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- A: Voltage = current X resistance (V = IR)1. If you change batteries, you change voltage. The resistance in the circuit won’t be changed so that means the current will change.2. current, I = V/Rif you increase voltage then you will increase the current flow.If you decrease the resistance in the circuit then you will increase the current flow.3. decrease voltage to decrease currentincrease resistance to decrease current4. heating the wire decreases the resistance in the wire. shortening the wire will decrease the resistance of the wire.5. increasing the resistance decreases the current.increasing voltage increases current.Math1. I = V/R if R = 6 and V = 9, I = 9/6 = 1.5 amperes2. I = V/R if R = 12 and V = 9, I = 9/12 = 0.75 amperes3. V = IR if R = 5 and I = 10, V = 5*10 = 50 volts4. R = V/I if V = 120 and I = 10, R = 120/10 = 12 ohms