Converting Watts to Amps?

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To convert amps to watts you will need to know the current amps and the voltage. The formula is amps equals watts divided by voltage. An example would be 3 amps is equal to 330 watts if the voltage is 110.
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1. Determine the voltage. You can do the math if you know either watts or amps, but you need the voltage to do it. North American wall outlets operate at 110 volts, whereas those
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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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divide by volts.
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3000 Watts is equal to 1000 amps.
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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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