Volts and watts are two different things. A volt is the difference of potential between two different points on a conductor and a watt is a unit of power or work. In order to know
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There is absolutely no way to know with the details that were provided. You see, to figure out the volts in a watt we would also need to know how many amps there are. The formula
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Watts = Volts * Amps, so 1Amp*120 Volts = 120 Watts.
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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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