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Sorry to interrupt here, but the correct measuring unit would be Watt-hours, telling you about the amount of energy stored in the battery.wattage can be calculated multiplying voltage with current.the amp-hours on the battery usually refer to the typical voltage of 3,6V, which gives us about 3.6Wh with 10400mAh at 3.6V.to actually evaluate this, measuring the current and voltage over time would be necessary. multiply them for the correct wattage, and integrate over time for watt-hours.
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