The formula is: Amps = Watts divided by Volts, or in this case: Amps = 1000 (Watts) divided by 120 (Volts) Or 1000 (Watts) divided by 120 (Volts) = 8.33 (Amps).
Watts is the figure used to show how much power a device consumes. Watts = volts * amps OR watts / volts = amps, so: At 120 volts, 1000 watts / 120 volts = 8.33 amps, or: At 220 volts, 1000 watts / 220 volts = 4.55 amps
The formula you are looking for is I = W/E , Amps = Watts/ Volts. 1000 / 12 = 83.33 A
220 volts is not 1 phase, its 3 phase. In North America 220 - 240 volts is single phase. Divide watts by volts to get amps, ohms law
light bulb is consider as resistive load. so, pf is 1 therefore current drawn by 1000 watt 208volts bulb is 4.8A
The formula you are looking for is I = W/E. Amps = Watts divided by Volts.
Divide the watts by the volts, so it's 130 divided by 12, and the answer is in amps.
The 194 bulb is ~3.8 watts, at 14 volts they draw 0.271 amps.
They will use the same amount of power. A 100 watt bulb will use 100 watts. If a bulb is rated at 100 watts and is specified as a 120 volt bulb, if you apply the 120 volts, it will draw 0.83 amps. Volts times amps equals watts. If you have a bulb rated at 100 watts and is specified as 12 volts, if you apply the 12 volts, it will draw 8.3 amps.
An incandescent 100 Watt bulb at 120 Volts draws about .83 amps.
Watts = Volts x Amps x Power Factor. An incandescent light bulb is a resistive load so PF = 1. ANSWER: = 1/2 Amp
Watts are computed as amps times volts (AxV=Watts). Using that formula we know Watts and volts so w/v = amps. therefore 500/110=4.55 (rounded off) so they draw 4.55 amps roughly.