
 

About
sixty people a day visit this metric web site asking for a conversion
from watts to volts or an amp to volt conversion. It is not really
a conversion as such but a formula where any two values are
needed to be known to enable the third to be calculated. By
dividing both sides of the formula by amps you get  Watts / Amps
= Volts and
by dividing both sides by volts you get  Watts / Volts = Amps Examples: q.
What is the biggest electric fire that can be run on a 13 amp fused
plug in the UK? q.
A 60 watt car spotlight is showing a drain of 5.5 amps on the ammeter.
q.
A food mixer with a 400 watt motor runs in the US on 120 volt supply.
Ohms is a measure of resistance and Ohms = Volts / Amps This is keeping it simple  for more info see other web sites like ebtx.com Watts may be converted directly to energy units such as Btu/hr, Calories/hr, horsepower, tons refrigeration and Joules  see the main conversion tables...


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last modified : 11th September
2011