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Old 08-13-2018, 11:35 AM   #61
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Again people, watts per hour is not right, nor kW nor amps.

Watt-hours, kWh and AH are the only units make sense "per" unit of time - running "for an hour" or "over an hour" is very different from **per** hour

I know it seems nitpicky, but 5 watts average rate for 5 hours means 25 watt-hours.

5 "watts per hour" or "amps per hour" no one can really know for sure what is meant.

AFAIK the Killawatt shows kWh natively over a period of time

How many kWh per 24 hours?

is all that is needed here.

Then for DC, just convert to AH per 24 hours.
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