None. Power measured in watts is calculated by a number of equations, one which is probably useful to you is P=V x I (Voltage x Current) So you could say 1W = 1V x 1A.
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Volts and Watts are completely different. A Volt is electric potential. Watt is power,
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You don't have enough information. You need to know the current. Volts = Watts/Amps For example: 100 watts/10 amps = 10 volts 1 0 Comment krk answered 4 years ago Although we can't
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There are no watts in a volt. Watt is a measure of the rate of energy transfer, while voltage is the 'pressure' of the electricity.
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