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A total of 20 watts is equal to 20/1000 = .020 kilowatts.

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

There is no such thing as "RMS watts", so your question is meaningless.

Not very many, probably less than 20 watts.

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

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You need to have the amperage to determine how many volts you get out of 20 watts.

A total of 20 watts is equal to 20/1000 = .020 kilowatts.

Abut 20 watts.

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

There is no such thing as "RMS watts", so your question is meaningless.

One thousand kilowatts per megawatt.

Not very many, probably less than 20 watts.

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

As many as the designer likes, but the average table fan uses about 20 watts.

Usually about 35 - 41 watts is used by a 20" LCD monitor.

1100watts

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