How can you convert between Watts and amps?

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You cannot convert watts to amps because watts are a unit of power and amps are units of coulombs per second. However, if you know at least two of the following pieces of information, amps, watts, and volts, the third piece of information can be calculated. This is because watts are amps multiplied by volts and there is a simple relationship between the three. There are many watts to amps calculators available on the Internet that will help you do the conversion quickly and easily.
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1. Multiply the number of watts by the number of hours to calculate watt-hours. As an example, if you know your laptop computer uses 30 watts of power and you want a battery to power
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Divide the watts by the voltage of the circuit.
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1 Familiarize yourself with the quantities involved. To understand the relationship between watts and amps, you will need to understand 3 different units: watts, amps, and volts.
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Amps = Wattage / Voltage Thank you for using ChaCha!
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The formula for calculating watts is W = V x A, where V equals volts and A equals amps.
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