Watts are units of electrical power and amps are units of electrical currents. They cannot be converted into each other. However, electrical power is equal to current times the voltage of an electrical source, which mean... More »

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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(Amps) = P(Watts) / V(Volts). By simply rearranging this formula,... More »

The power of an electrical system, measured in watts, is equal to its voltage multiplied by its current, measured in amperes, typically shortened to "amps." The current of an electrical system indicates its flow rate, or... More »

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The Watts formula, P=V x I, shows the relationship between volts, amps and watts. The "P" signifies power in watts, "V" denotes voltage in volts and "I" stands for the current in amps. This formula is used in electrical ... More »

Three-phase power is an electrical system that combines three separate currents that alternate but have the same frequency of 120 degrees, delivering power that works more efficiently in industrial power systems than sin... More »

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Common AMP electrical connectors include automotive, input-output, printed circuit board, coaxial RF and power system connectors. Several types of AMP connectors, including low-medium current, MCP, CT, mini CT and AMPSEA... More »

The average lemon produces about 0.7 volts of electricity with a current of one mA (0.001 Amps), generating a total power flow of about 0.0007 watts. That means in order to power a 15w compact fluorescent light bulb it w... More »