How many watts equal one amp?

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Watts are never equal to one AMP. Watts and AMPs are two different types of measurements. It would be like trying to convert miles to gallons.
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Formula: Power = voltage times amperage. So, if you have 120 volts: the power 120 volts times 1 ampere equals 120 watts.
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The conversion of Watts to Amps is governed by the equation Amps = Watts/Volts. 12
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To compute, Amperage (I) also known as Current is equal to Voltage Amp (VA) also known as Watt divided by Volt (V). Or simply, I = VA / V.
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That depends on circuit voltage. 1 watt is equal to 1 volt times 1 amp.
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