How Many Amps Are in One Horsepower?

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Horsepowers measure energy. This is a completely different concept than amps, which measure the rate at which electricity flows. Horsepowers can be converted into watts, not amps.
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You cannot directly convert amps to watts, however, if you have a fixed number for the volts, you can determine the amount of amps in a watt. Just use the equation watts = amps x
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1. Multiply the horsepower by 746 watts. For example, an engine at two horsepower with 230 volts would be calculated as two horsepower times 746 watts, which equals 1492. 2. Divide
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For a single phase 3 HP motor at 208 volts the amperage is 18.7 amps. For a three phase 3 HP motor at 208 volts the amperage is 10.5 amps. This figure is derived at by taking the
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You cannot determine the number of watts in one volt. Watts are the result of amps times volts. So, if you have 1 amp x 1 volt, you will have 1 watt.
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The answer depends on what the voltage is. One horsepower equals 745.699872 watts. The formula is Power or P=VI, = Voltage x's current. This becomes Power divided by voltage equals current, or P/V = A. So, 120 volts, 745.699872 watts and 120 volts equals 6.214 amps.
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