How Many Volts Equal One Amp?

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In order to find out how many volts equal one amp, you are going to have to do some converting. For example, I know if you divide 12 watts by 12 volts, you'll come up with one amp. So, basically what I am trying to say is 1 amp multiplied by 12 watts equals 1 volt. You can find more information at www.powerstream.com
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What you are asking is kinda like asking how many oranges in an apple. Voltage is the measure of electrical potential. Amperage is the measure of electrical flow quantity. A good
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Voltage is measured in volts, current is measured in amps and resistance is measured in
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1. Divide the voltage of the circuit by the resistance of the circuit to convert from voltage to amps. 2. Multiply the amperage by the resistance to convert from amps to voltage.
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Ampere (A) the SI unit of electrical current. The volt (symbol: V) is the SI derived unit of electric potential difference or electromotive force. The joule (symbol: J) is the SI
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You cannot directly determine how many volts are in an amp. You have to also know the watts. The formula is amps equal watts divided by volts, or volts equal amps times watts.
Volts and amps are two entirely different units of measure of electrical flow. Volts measure force and amps measure current. So you cannot correlate the two.
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