@@ -23,27 +23,26 @@ The nRF52832 draws 5mA peak @ 3.3V

The Hall Effect Sensor draws xmA @ 3.3V

Assume whole device runs at peak load for 5% of the time

P = IV = 5e-3 * 3.3 * 0.05 = 0.825 mW

1 Wh = 1 watt for 1 hour

0.825 mW for 365 days = 7.2 Wh

E [wh] = (Q [mAh]* V [V])/1000

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P = IV = 5 * 10^{-3} * 3.3 * 0.05 = 0.825 mW

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```math

1 Wh = 1~watt~for~1~hour

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```math

0.825~mW~for~365~days = 7.2 Wh

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```math

E [Wh] = (Q [mAh] * V [V])/1000

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```math

Q = (1000 * 7.2)/3.3 = 2181 mAh

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The CR2477 is one of the largest coin cell batterys (20mm diameter and 4.7mm thickness) and has a capacity of ~1000 mAh.

An Alkaline AA battery can supply 1.5V with a capacity of 1800–2600 mAh

(Haven't found a good way to embed maths equations in the README and have them render in the Project page of the repo, there's http://www.sciweavers.org/free-online-latex-equation-editor and http://latex.codecogs.com/ but they require editing the equation through their website.)