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amps like.. amplifiers? it depends on how many speakers you have. or amps like.. current draw? again. depends on your power needs, your power amps... ect

1 HP = 745.70 watts Power (watts) = Current (amps) x Volts So if you use a 110 volt system, amps = 745.7/110 = 6.779 amps If you use a 220 volt system, amps = 745.7/220 = 3.389 amps For a 12 volt system, amps = 745.7/12 = 62.142 amps

There are zero amps in 2200 watts. Watts are the product of amps times volts. With out a voltage to use in the equation an answer can not be given. Once you fine the voltage use the equation I = W/E, Amps = Watts/Volts.

There are grills of many different amps. Your regular stove top ones are about 15 amps. Individual grill machines for countertop use must have amps usage printed on the label.

The forumla for power is: Power (watts) = Volts x Amps Therefore: Amps = Power/Volts So the answer to your question depends on the voltage in use. @230v: 0.14 Amps @24v: 1.33 Amps @12v: 2.66 Amps

The size of a television helps determine how many amps it takes to run the device. The amps will vary depending on the type of television as well as the size. Older televisions that are not LCD will use different amps than the LCD models.

Amps * Volts = Watts Since you know the Watts, determine your voltage to determine the Amps. For example, if you are using 120 volts: Amps * 120 = 30 and from basic algebra Amps = 30/120 Amps = .25

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