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At what voltage? If you know the voltage then, to get the amps those kilovolt-amps contain, you simply divide the kilovolt-amps by the voltage.

At what voltage? When you know the voltage then, to get the amps those kilovolt-amps contain, you simply divide the kilovolt-amps by the voltage.

At what voltage? When you know the voltage then, to get the amps those kilovolt-amps contain, you simply divide the kilovolt-amps by the voltage.

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Depends on the voltage. In general, Watts = Voltage x Amps. So Amps = Watts / Voltage. Example: 30,000 Watts / 120 Volts = 250 Amps.

To answer this question a voltage is needed. I = W/E. Amps = Watts/Voltage.

There are no volts in amps. If you think of electricity as water in a pipe, voltage is the pressure and amps is how fast the water flows. Without voltage, there are no amps. But voltage alone doesn't produce amps unless there is a circuit for the current to flow.

Watts = Amps x Volts. Amps = Watts/Voltage. Amps = 2500/apply voltage here.

Can not do it without knowing the voltage I = E/R. Amps = Voltage/Ohms.

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If the voltage in your vacuum is 120 then you divide the Wattage by the Voltage to get 3 amps.

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