Q:
# How Many Watts Are in 60 Hz?

**It is impossible to convert watts to hertz, as the units measure different things.** Watts measure how much power is being used, whereas hertz measure frequency – the amount of time required to complete a cycle. In alternating current, electricity reverses direction, and these cycles are measured in hertz.

The amount of time required for an alternating electric current to fulfill a cycle does not affect the amount of power that an appliance consumes. The power supply in the United States is rated at 60 hertz, which means that it takes one-sixtieth of a second for the current to complete a cycle.

Learn more about Measurements-
Q:
## How Do You Convert Watts to Lumens?

A: To convert watts to lumens, first find out the efficacy rating, which is in lumens per watt. The formula for this conversion is lumens = watts x (lumens pe... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
Q:
## What Is the Formula for Converting Watts to Amps?

A: The simplest conversion formula to convert watts to amps is based on the formula for amps, which is power (in Watts) divided by Volts. This is written as I... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
Q:
## How Do You Convert Watts to KWh?

A: To convert between watts to kilowatt-hours, first convert to kilowatts by dividing by 1,000, then multiply by the number of hours that the device is in use... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
Q:
## What Are the Standard Units of Measure for Luminosity?

A: The common term of measurement for luminosity is watts. Luminosity is the measure of brightness and the amount of energy a star or light emits per second. ... Full Answer >Filed Under: