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What does 7800 mAh mean for a phone power bank charger?

Phone batteries and power banks tend to be rated by capacity usually denoted by mAh.
mAh stands for milliampere-hour or milliamp-hour, depending on where you are from. It is 1000th of an ampere hour (amp hour or Ah) which, simply put, is a measure of the unit of electric charge that can be delivered over time. It describes total amount of electric flow a battery can provide over time or can store at a given time. Yours can store and deliver 7800 milliamp-hour charge over time (one hour).
Note that not all power banks deliver the capacity they claim. It is therefore important that you know How To Detect a Fake Solar Power Bank - Functionality, Quality and Originality Test, and avoid buying a fake power bank. HetoGrow specifically published this page in line with a policy of education and public awareness campaign regarding solar power banks. You will find useful information about




  1. What are off-grid solar products?
  2. What is a Power Bank?
  3. How To Detect a Fake Solar Power Bank - Functionality, Quality and Originality Test
  4. What does mAh mean? Also Amp, voltage and watts.
  5. How long will a power bank last? How durable is a power bank?
  6. How long will a 10000mAh power bank take to charge my phone?
  7. How long will it take to charge a 10000mah power bank using electricity?
  8. How long will the solar panel take to charge a 10000mah power bank?
  9. How to Charge HG Solar Power Bank
  10. Some Basic Powerbank Clues
  11. What capacity should you buy?
  12. Can I use a power bank to charge another?
The web page is packed with a lot of info you’ll find useful. You can thank me later :)
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