Milliampere Zone

A milliampere (mA) is a unit of measurement, equal to a thousandth (that’s 10-3) of an ampere. An ampere (A) is a measure of an electric current, and you might read these measurements on household objects, such as flourescent lamps (56–112 mA), toasters and kettles (9A) or USB chargers (2A).

This is a general engineering zone, where you will meet six engineers all working in different areas.

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