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What is (charge and discharge) rate? Hour rate?

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Refers to the current value required by the battery to release its rated capacity within a specified period of time. It is equal to the multiple of the rated capacity of the battery in the data value, usually represented by the letter C. For example, the nominal rated capacity of the battery is 600mAh for 1C(1 rate),300mAh for 0.5C,6A(600mAh) for 10C. And so on.

Refers to the current value required by the battery to release its rated capacity within a specified period of time. It is equal to the multiple of the rated capacity of the battery in the data value, usually represented by the letter C. For example, the nominal rated capacity of the battery is 600mAh for 1C(1 rate),300mAh for 0.5C,6A(600mAh) for 10C. And so on.

The hour rate, also known as the hour rate, refers to the number of hours required for the battery to discharge its rated capacity at a certain current. For example, if the rated capacity of the battery is 600mAh, it takes 1 hour to discharge the rated capacity with a current of 600mAh, so the current of 600mAh is called 1 hour rate, and so on.