# How many volts are in 600 watts?

You are confusing electrical potential (Volts) and power (Watts).

The equation for power (watts) is P = VI where V is volts (a measure of electrical "pressure") and I is current in amperes (the rate of flow of electricity).

If the system is 120V and the power used is 600W then the current used is 5A.

If the system is 240V and the power used is 600W then the current used is 2.5A.

### What is the maximum wattage for 5 amp fuse?

The 5 amp fuse has many wattages that it can protect. It depends on the voltage of the circuit that the fuse is protecting. Use the following formula, Watts = Volts x Amps. For example 120 volts x 5 amps = 600 watts, 240 volts x 5 amps = 1200 watts, 480 volts x 5 amps = 2400 watts and 600 volts x 5 amps = 3000 watts.

### How many watts is 5 amps?

600 This depends on the voltage Voltage x Amps = Watts ex. At 120 volts 5 amps WILL BE 600 watts But at 110 Volts (Some house voltage), it will be 550 watts And at 277 Volt (commercial-Industrial Voltage), it would be 1385 Watts If you know Watts (Like a 75w Incandescent Lamp) and the Voltage: Watts / Volts = Amps So 75w / 120v = 0.625a The last would be Watts / Amps =…

### How many watts in 600 volts?

There are NO watts in 600 Volts. Voltage represents a potential to do something. Watts is a measure of power. They are related as follows: Watts = Volts x Amps x Power Factor Volts is potential, amps represents current flow from the potential and the Power Factor represents how the current and voltage waveforms are in synchronization or not. Therefore, to know watts you need to know something other than just the voltage. The good…

### 4 volts is a many watts?

4 volts and how many amps? Watts = amps x volts. It depends on the amount of current (in Amps) flowing at 4 Volts... See Ohms Law: Watts = Volts x Amps If you have 2 Amps flowing at 4 Volts you are dissipating/consuming 8 Watts. If you have 10 Amps flowing at 4 Volts you are dissipating/consuming 40 Watts.

### How many watts in 2.5 volts?

There are no "watts" in 2.5 volts. Wattage is the result when you multiply volts times amps. You cannot answer the question with only one quantity (in this case 2.5 volts). If you have 1 amp and 2.5 volts, they you would have 2.5 watts. If you had 2 amps and 2.5 volts, they you would have 5 watts. The formula is Volts X Amps = Watts.