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  • n. Plural form of nanoamp.

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Examples

  • The touch of a button drops 20,000 pounds of pressure on the block, sending a few nanoamps of current through the wires.

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  • Georgia Tech recently fitted a hamster with a four-nanogenerator jacket, and the hamster-powered device generated 0.5 nanoamps (nA) of current.

    The Gadgeteer

  • The researchers repeatedly tugged and tweaked the nanofibers, generating electrical outputs ranging from 5 to 30 millivolts and 0.5 to 3 nanoamps.

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  • By tugging and tweaking the nanofibers, researchers were able to generate from five to 30 millivolts and 0.5 to 3 nanoamps.

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  • C8051F91x/0x microcontrollers, the industry's lowest power MCUs with sleep mode current as low as 10 nanoamps.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • When Wang and associates at Georgia Tech recently fitted a hamster with a four-nanogenerator jacket, the hamster-powered device generated 0.5 nanoamps (nA) of current.

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  • The CX93510 operates at 12 milliamperes (mA) in full power and 10 nanoamps (nA) in sleep mode, which maximizes battery life.

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  • Recharging the micro cell is also very easy due to it accepting any current in the range of tens of nanoamps up to milliamps.

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