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I'm just saying that when you are talking about charging a battery, you are talking about storing energy in it. "Ah" is a unit for stored energy. "A" is a unit for currend. You can't say a battery requires 15A. Even the calculations shows your use of the units are not proper:"You neet 15A what is 100h with 150mAh"That means 100h times 150mAh which is 15000mAh^2. The correct calculations are:You need to store 15Ah of energy, and you managed to do this in 100h with a 150mA charging current power supply. 100h*150mA = 15000mAh = 15AhIs this clear now?
"you need to give ~15A to the battery to get it fully recharged. With 150mAh it will take 100 hours"-Just to be technically correct, you mean 15Ah and 150mA right?
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