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Q: How many amps in 50 watts?

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It depends on how much volt you have watts divided by volts equal amps 6000w / 120v equals 50 amps

With different ampere - electrical current Watts are volts x amps, so amps are watts / volts 50/12 = 4.2 amps 50/240 = 0.2 amps Same power(Watts), different voltages and different currents(amps)

1700 watts is zero amps without a voltage stated. Watts = Amps x Volts.

To get watts you need to multiply your amps by the voltage.

To find the watts you have to multiply the volts by the amps. If there are no amps, there are no watts either.

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It depends on how much volt you have watts divided by volts equal amps 6000w / 120v equals 50 amps

To find amps if watts and volts are known, use the formula; watts / volts = amps or 5000 / 240 = 20.83 amps

Depends on the input voltage. Watts equals Amps times Volts. Amps equals watts divided by volts. If you have a 120 volt supply, the current (amps) is roughly 50 amps.

There are zero amps in 50 watts. The equation for amperage is, I W/E. Amps = Watts / Volts. As you can see if there is no voltage stated the amperage can not be calculated.

With different ampere - electrical current Watts are volts x amps, so amps are watts / volts 50/12 = 4.2 amps 50/240 = 0.2 amps Same power(Watts), different voltages and different currents(amps)

You get watts from taking amps x volts, so 5 x 10 = 50 watts

The amps are equal to the watts divided by the volts, in this example 50 divided by 12.

600 watts @ 12 volts is 50 ampers

a=w/v a= 50/12 a= 4.1666666666

Watts divided by volts equals amps so 6000 divided by 120 = 50

There are zero watts in 4.2 amps.

watts = volts x amps.

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