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Q: Will 20 amps handle 3500 watts?

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The formulae for calculating watts to amps is Watts divided by Voltage. Therefore to get from Amps to Watts the calculation is Amps × Voltage. Therefore if you are working on a 240 volt supply the calculation is 20 (Amps) × 240 (Volts) which = 4800 watts.

1800 Watts / Volts = Amps

If the voltage is 120 Volts it would be 2400 watts. Watt = volts times amps.

Watts = Amps times Volts. W = 20 x 460 = 9200 Watts or 9.2 kilowatts

20 amps

20 amps * 120Volts = 2400 watts 2400Watts *80% = 1920 watts allowed on circuit. 1920watts / 65 watt light bulb = 29 bulbs

The unit of power is expressed in watts, and the product of current (Amps) and voltage (volts) is power there fore if you multiply the amps and the volts give watts. so 20 x 240 will give you a 4800 watts of power.

20 amps

If it is a 240 v supply, 20 amps is 240 x 20 watts, 4800 watts or 4.8 kW.

250 watts divided by 12 volts = amps or around 20 amps

Watts = Amps x Volts. Amps = Watts/Volts, 5000/240 = 20.8 amps

Watts (power or P) is calculated by multiplying amps (A or I) times voltage (V or E). The formula is P=IE. For a 120V, 20A circuit that comes out to 2400 watts of power.

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