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Watts (or kilowatts) and amperes are used to measure different things. Watts is a unit of power; ampere is a unit of current. The relationship (for direct current) is:

watt = ampere x volt

For AC, the relationship is a bit more complicated:

watt = ampere x volt x power factor

However, the power factor is often close to one.

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Those are unrelated measurements; you can't convert one to the other.

power consumed per hour

"milli" means a thousandth in the metric units of measurement. Thus 1000 milliamps = 1 amp.

1 amp = 2ml = 800 mg = 800000 mcg

It is 1/1000 of an amp

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Those are unrelated measurements; you can't convert one to the other.

1000,000,000 nano-amps = 1 amp

AMP is the abbreviation for Adenosine Monophosphate. The mono meaning 1. So it has 1 phophate group.

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mili meaning one thousand. So 1 amp = 1000 ma.

1,000 milliamps = 1 amp 200 milliamps = 0.2 amp

There are 1000 microamps in one milliamp. Each derived SI unit in each direction is three decimal places as in all engineering form.