Study guides

☆☆

Q: How you can measure amps?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Natural Sciences

Amps is a measure of current flowing in a circuit. Volt-Amps or (VA) is a measure of power and is equivalent to wattage for a pure resistive load.

All electric appliances use amps. Amps are a measure of current.

Amps.

We measure current in amperes or amps.

Milli amps is a measure of current whilst watt is a measure of power. The missing element is voltage as the formula is:- Power = Voltage * Amps ie power in Watts is the product of Volts (in Volts) times Amps (in Amps)

Related questions

Amps are a measure of current.

Amperage or Amps is a measure of is the flow rate of electrical current that is available.

Amps is a measure of current flowing in a circuit. Volt-Amps or (VA) is a measure of power and is equivalent to wattage for a pure resistive load.

All electric appliances use amps. Amps are a measure of current.

Amps are a measure of electricity, a ton is a measure of weight, the two can not be compared.

Amps (A)

Amps.

Amps is a unit of measure for current and .2 is just the measurement. (Amps is short for Ampere's)

amps 'an electrical measure of current.'An ammeter is an instrument used to measure current (amperes), you dont measure ammeters!YEAH

Amps are a measure of CURRENT, ie, how much charge is flowing past one point in each second. VOLTAGE is a measure of electrical "pressure."

An electrical device may draw amps, but there is not a device that equates to amps. Amperes are the measure of current flow in a circuit.

We measure current in amperes or amps.

People also asked