You can not simply convert amps to watts. Volts x Amps = Watts
To convert amps into watts a voltage is needed. Watts = Amps x Volts.
Yes, if you know the voltage. Amps = Watts/Volts, Watts = Amps x Volts.
A Watt is the product of Amps x Volts = Watts. So before you can convert amps into watts you have to find out what volts you are dealing with.
watts = volts x amps kilowatt = 1000 watts
You can only convert watts to amps if you quote the voltage
Amps * Watts = Volts OR, from high school algebra Amps = Volts/Watts
To convert watts to amps a voltage value must be given. Amps = Watts/Volts. Amps = .011/Volts.
4400 watts converts to how many amps
1ma = .001amps watts = amps * volts
divide by volts
The formula you are looking for is I = W/E. Amps = Watts/Volts.
Amps are for measuring the current, while watts are for measuring power. You cannot convert watts into amps, nor can you find how many amps are in an object just by knowing the power of it.
You cannot convert 2.6 kw to amps with that information only. In order to convert watts to amps, you also need to know either current or voltage. This is because watts is volts times amps, and volts is current times resistance
No. Watts = Volts x Amps Watts does not directly convert to volts.
amps x voltage= watts divided by 1000 = kilowatts
By dividing the power in watts by the power factor of the load.
No.By which I mean: amps and watts are not just different units, they're different TYPES of units. You can't convert amps to watts without knowing the voltage (if you DO know the voltage, multiply volts by amps to get watts).
In order to answer this you need to convert 1kw to watts, and then convert watts to volts. Example: 1kw = 1000watts, so to find volts you need to know the amps and use the following formula: watts/amps = volts. Using 10 amps as an example, 1000 watts/ 10 amps= 100 volts. In this case there would be 100volts to 1kw.
joules/second = watts on a one-to-one basis. watts = volts X amps, or more appropriately to this question, amps = watts/volts. You would need to know both the wattage and the voltage of the system in question to "convert joules to amps." you know the wattage, since you know the joules(per second). just establish the voltage, and you can solve for amps.
Watt-hours are converted to amp-hours the same as converting watts to amps. You divide the watts by the voltage and the answer is the amps.
HP/.00134= Watts Then Watts divided by Volts = AMPS For expample. a .75 HP electric motor running on 220VAC uses 2.544 amps .75 / .00134 = 559.7015 Watts then 559.7015 / 220 = 2.544
1000 * volts * amps *sqroot(3) *cos(theta) = watts
Amps = Watts divided by Volts. Volts = Watts divided by Amps. Watts = Volts times Amps.
You cannot convert watts to amps, since watts are power and amps are coulombs per second (like converting gallons to miles). However, if you have at least least two of the following three: amps, volts or watts then the missing one can be calculated. Since watts are amps multiplied by volts, there is a simple relationship between them.