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  • What does statampere mean?
  • Statampere (abbreviated statA or A-esu) is the unit of electrostatic units (ESu) which is the electric current unit of cgs (centimeters / gram / second). It is equivalent to a static sag (1 statC), also called an electrostatic unit (1 esu) of load carriers exceeding a certain point in a second.






  • The stamper is a small current unit equivalent to about 3.3356 x 10 -10 amperes (A) or 0.33356 nanoprames (nA). In most applications, amps, the unit of current in the International System of Units (SI), are preferred.
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