AHR

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AHRAmerican Historical Review (Journal of the American History Association)
AHRAryl Hydrocarbon Receptor
AHRAnchor
AHRAdjusted Hazard Ratio
AHRAssisted Human Reproduction
AHRairway hyper-responsiveness
AHRActive Head Restraint
AHRAir-Conditioning Heating Refrigeration
AHRAverage Heart Rate
AHRAlt.healing.reiki (Usenet newsgroup)
AHRAmpere-Hour
AHRAmerican Haflinger Registry (Akron, OH, USA)
AHRAqueous Homogeneous Reactor
AHRAcceptable Hazard Rate
AHRAbsorptive Heat Recovery
AHRAfter Heat Removal
AHRAttack Helicopter Regiment
AHRAssociation for Health Records
AHRAccumulated Hazard Rate
AHRArchives de l'Histoire Rurale (French: Archives of Rural History; Switzerland)
AHRApplied Horticultural Research
AHRAdvanced Hawkeye Radar
AHRAltantic Ham Radio Ltd.
AHRAvenir et Histoire des Recycleurs (French: Future and History of Recyclers)
AHRAtelier Hautes Résolutions (French: High Resolution Workshop)
AHRAcademy of Human Rights
AHRAsset Health Review
AHRAndrew Hayes Racing (kart racing team)
AHRAdvancing Human Rights (New York, NY)
AHRAviemore Highland Resort, Ltd. (Scotland, UK)
AHRAverage Hull Roughness (sailing)
AHRAustralian Health Review (Australian Healthcare & Hospitals Association)
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The cells will be assembled into 18-volt, 11 ampere-hour batteries for use in the SEM 70 family of VHF tactical radios, widely used by the German Army.
Ultralife's 15-volt, 6 ampere-hour lithium-manganese dioxide batteries power the SOPHIE binoculars and thermal imaging camera.
The BA-5347/U is an 11 ampere-hour, 6-volt battery used to power the widely used AN/PAS-13 Thermal Weapon sight.
Powered by Ultralife's rugged, custom-engineered 14-volt, six ampere-hour lithium ion batteries and multiple-bay chargers, the Weapon Effects Simulation system features a fully integrated Direct-Fire Weapons Effects Simulation system that includes Cubic's new Precision Combat Training System and advanced software-based exercise control and after-action review technology.
The BA-5367/U is a one ampere-hour, single-cell 3-volt lithium-manganese dioxide battery used in the AN/AVS-6 aviator's night-vision goggles, AN/PVS-5 night vision goggles, AN/PVS-4 night-vision weapons sight, and various other imaging and aiming systems.
A Cessna 172S has a standard battery that offers 11 ampere-hours of power.
Featuring a new generation of batteries with a cell capacity of 94 ampere-hours (Ah), as used in the current BMW i3, the range has been significantly extended.