You cannot convert watts to amps, since watts are power and amps are coulombs per second (like converting gallons to miles). However, if you have at least least two of the following three: amps, volts or watts then the missing one can be calculated. Since watts are amps multiplied by volts, there is a simple relationship between them.
Watt are amps x volts, so to know how many amps 4000 watts are you need to know the volts.
At 240 volts a 9000 watt generator can produce Amps = Watts / Volts = 37.5 amps.
figure out how many amps are in a watt and x by 40
A 120 volt table lamp with a 75 watt bulb will pull 0.625 amps. With a 100 watt bulb it will pull 0.833 amps. And with a modern fluorescent 13 watt bulb it will pull 0.108 amps.
amps=watts divided by volts
An amp is a unit of electrical current that measures the flow of electric current. The formula for figuring how many amps in a watt is Amps = Watts/Volts..
On 120 volts, 6-7 amps, on 240 volts 3-3.5 amps are used in a 600 watt microwave
volts times amps equals watts. <<>> There are zero amps in one watt.
A standard household 75 watt bulb in the US uses 0.625 amps. Amps are calculated by dividing the number of watts by the amount of voltage.
An 8000 watt generator at regular house current 110v will supply 72 amps.
you must divide the 1000 watt vacuum by its volts to get amps. Example: if a 1000 watt vacuum has 120volts then the vacuum gets about 8.3 amps. volts x amps = watts or watts / volts = amps
The question doesn't make sense. Watts are the product of volts and amps so you could have 1 V with a current of 1 amp = 1 watt or 10V and a current of 0.1 amps = 1 watt or 100V and a current of 0.01 amps = 1 watt etc.
It depends on how many Amps (current) are applied to the voltage. Watt = Volts x Amps. e.g. 12 volts @ 5 amps = 60 watts
333.3 amps 4000 watt divid by 12 V = 333.3 amps
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The relationship is, a watt is the product of amps x volts.
Power = Amps X Volts
amps equals watts divided by volts.
A 1450 watt coffee maker will use around 13 amps at 110 volts.
Watt-hours are converted to amp-hours the same as converting watts to amps. You divide the watts by the voltage and the answer is the amps.
There are zero amps in a 300 watt bulb. Watts are the product of amps times volts. W = A x V. To find amperage use the equation A = W/V. If you find the voltage of the 300 watt bulb uses, divide the wattage by the voltage and it will give you the amps of a 300 watt bulb.