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yes but i was using it as a possible criteria for fully discharged. Or rather what a manufacturer might use to calculate capacity
what was the criteria for fully discharged? The protection circuits do not kick inuntil around the 2.8v range for a Li-ion battery. Also the charger (I think) is one that cuts off at around 4v which according to Battery University may only give a 85% charge. So without knowing these things, we might say that it may be less but not by how much. A real low guess of mAh might be the time to go to 2.8v times 2.8A (2.8v=1ohm*2.8A)