9000 watts is zero amps. Amps are the product of amps times volts. Without a voltage stated an answer can not be given. I = W/E, Amps = Watts/Volts.
Yes, if you know the voltage. Amps = Watts/Volts, Watts = Amps x Volts.
You can not simply convert amps to watts. Volts x Amps = Watts
At 240 volts a 9000 watt generator can produce Amps = Watts / Volts = 37.5 amps.
Watts are the product of amps x volts.
To convert watts to amps a voltage value must be given. Amps = Watts/Volts. Amps = .011/Volts.
To convert amps into watts a voltage is needed. Watts = Amps x Volts.
A Watt is the product of Amps x Volts = Watts. So before you can convert amps into watts you have to find out what volts you are dealing with.
divide by volts
Amps * Watts = Volts OR, from high school algebra Amps = Volts/Watts
No. Watts = Volts x Amps Watts does not directly convert to volts.
watts = volts x amps kilowatt = 1000 watts
In order to answer this you need to convert 1kw to watts, and then convert watts to volts. Example: 1kw = 1000watts, so to find volts you need to know the amps and use the following formula: watts/amps = volts. Using 10 amps as an example, 1000 watts/ 10 amps= 100 volts. In this case there would be 100volts to 1kw.
Amps = Watts divided by Volts. Volts = Watts divided by Amps. Watts = Volts times Amps.
1ma = .001amps watts = amps * volts
You cannot convert 2.6 kw to amps with that information only. In order to convert watts to amps, you also need to know either current or voltage. This is because watts is volts times amps, and volts is current times resistance
Assuming a pure resistive load. Watts = Amps x Volts therefore Volts = Watts / Amps Volts = Amps x Resistance therefore Resistance = Volts / Amps Therefore, Resistance = (Watts / Amps) / Amps and simplified that means Resistance = Watts / ( Amps x Amps)
The burners will most likely be 240V. By keeping the range at 240 volts it will use less amps that at 120V. Say a range and oven is rated at 9000 watts. Watts = amps x volts. 9000/240V = 37.5 amps. 9000/120V = 75 amps. As you can see at 120 volts the amperage is double over 240 volts. You would need a 100 amp breaker and #4 wire to accomodate the range on 120 volts.
9000 BTU/hour is equivalent to 2300 watts so the heater will draw 10 amps on 230 volts.
Watts = amps x volts. Amps = Watts/volts = 200/12 = 16.66.
Volts cannot be directly converted into watts as they measure different aspects of electricity. Volts must be multiplied by the number of amps to determine the number of watts.
watts equals volts times amps.
Amps are units of current, watts are units of power. Watts are the product of Amps times Volts. Watts = Amps x Volts.
Watts divided by volts = Amps. Therefore 500 watts / 110volts = 4.545 amps. Volts x Amps = Watts. 110 v x 4.545 amps = 499.95 watts.
Amps: Amps x Volts=watts