Is 48Wh the same as 4800mah?

I'm buying a new dell battery and the capacity is 48Wh. On amazon it say 4800mah for the same model. Rating is 11.1V type x284g Li-ion Battery


The two ratings are not the same.

Wh is Watt-hours. A Watt is voltage x amperage.

maH is milliamperes per hour.

Now, let's do the multiplication.... 4800maH is 4.8aH, or 4.8 amps per hour. If the battery is rated at 11.1 volts... and wattage is voltage x amperage... that would be 53.28Wh. So, the two batteries are not equal... the one at Dell is probably 4400maH, and the one on Amazon would be 53Wh.

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Apr 7 at 16:15

No. It's not exactly the same.

watt = amp * volt

In your case 4800ma at 11.1v is 53.28W

Apr 7 at 20:2