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Std. or straight-through Ethernet cable, by 568b specs, is Or/Wh, Or, Gr/Wh, Bl, Bl/Wh, Gr, Br/Wh,Br. Both ends. Crossover is standard on one end, but Gr/Wh, Gr, Or/Wh, Bl, Bl/Wh, Or, Br/Wh, Br. You are crossing your transmit pair with your receive pair. Some sources would have you cross the other two pairs, as well, but it's not necessary. Or = Orange, Wh = White, Bl = Blue, Gr = Green, Br = Brown.
John Morganti gave this explanation of "Wh": The watt-hour (symbolized Wh) is a unit of energy equivalent to one watt (1 W) ofpower expended for one hour (1 h) of time. The watt-hour is not a standard unit in any formal system, but it is commonly used in electrical applications. The designation 5 Wh indicates that the battery will power a load of 1 watt for 5 hours or a load of 5 watts for…
Answer #1: 56watt = 56000mw, 1000milliamp = 1amp, watt = amp x volt = watt/volt, if the battery is rated 11.1v, so 56000mw/11.1v = 5 045.04505mah ============================== Answer #2: Answer #1 has a big ' if ' hidden in it. In general, 56 Wh = 56,000/voltage of the battery mAh and for ANY number of Wh ... call it ' P ' ... P Wh = 1,000 P/battery voltage mAh .
It depends on the voltage. Divide the watt-hours (Wh) by the voltage (V) and you will get the Ampere-hours (Ah). So if the voltage is at 10.8V, divide 47 Wh by 10.8V to get about 4.352 Ah. Finally, convert the Ah to milli-Ah (mAh) by multiplying by 1000 to get 4,352 mAh which is rounded to 4400 mAh. So 47 Wh at 10.8V is about 4400 mAh. -UnrivaledShogun.