What Does Milliamp (mA) Mean?
A milliamp (mA) is a unit of measurement for an electric current flowing through an electrical conductor and a measure of the rate of flow of electrons. In the international system of units (SI units), electrical current is measured in amperes (or amps), and abbreviated as “A”.
A milliamp is equal to one-thousandth of an ampere. Thus, one milliamp is equal to 0.001 amperes.
A milliamp may also be known as a milliampere.