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Is it possible to convert amp-hours into Wh? (Provided that you know
the voltage and that peukert's exponent is excluded.)

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yes, Wh is Ah*V

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>Is it possible to convert amp-hours into Wh? (Provided that you know
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Joseph,

You can multiply the amp-hour value by the pack nominal voltage and
get a decent result. I did this with the AH reading from the E-Meter
in my Geo Prizm, and then cross checked by switching the E-Meter to
KWH mode and comparing values. The values were not the same, but they
were 'close enough'.

Ralph


Joseph T. writes:
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> Is it possible to convert amp-hours into Wh? (Provided that you know
> the voltage and that peukert's exponent is excluded.)
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