How Many Watts Can I Run on a 15 AMP Fuse?

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The amount of watts that can run on a 15 amp fuse depends on the voltage. The formula is Watts = Amps x Volts. This therefore means Watts = KAmps where K is a constant.
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That depends on the voltage you use. If there are 120 volts, the power equals voltage times amperage. 120 volts times 15 amps = 1800 watts. Cheers ebs.
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Square D circuit breakers in their "QO" line are UL
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You have you answer if you're in the U.K. In North America, the answer would be: P = 100 Watts. E = 120 Volts. I = 0.8333 Amps per bulb. R = 144 Ohms resistance. So a 100 Watt bulb
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fuses aren't rated by watts.
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