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AnswerA watt-hour is a measure of watts * time. One watt-hour is the amount of energy used by something drawing one wattbeing used for one hour. The kilowatt hour(symbol kW·h, kW h or kWh) is a unit of energy.

Energy delivered by electric utilities is usually expressed and charged for in kWh.

Note that the kWh is the product of power in kilowatts multiplied by time in hours; it is not kW/h.

Also note that watt is the rate at which energy is flowing.

For simplicity it means that a 1000 W device will consume 1 kWh in exactly 1 hour.

Also a 100 W bulb will consume 1 kWh in 10 hours.

(Watt is like speed and kWh is like distance )

Energy delivered by electric utilities is usually expressed and charged for in kWh.

Note that the kWh is the product of power in kilowatts multiplied by time in hours; it is not kW/h.

Also note that watt is the rate at which energy is flowing.

For simplicity it means that a 1000 W device will consume 1 kWh in exactly 1 hour.

Also a 100 W bulb will consume 1 kWh in 10 hours.

(Watt is like speed and kWh is like distance )

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A Kilowatt hour is 1000 watts per hour. A 50 watt bulb will use just 50 watts per hour. Therefore over 12 hours the 50 watt bulb will use 50*12 watts = 600 watts or 0.6 of a kilowatt hour.

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746 watts = 1 horsepower 1,000 watts = 1.3405 horsepower (rounded) 1 kilowatt-hour = 1.3405 horsepower-hour (rounded)

A kilowatt is 1,000 watts. A 60 watt bulb uses 60 watts in an hour. So, in half an hour it uses 30 watts. Now if a kilowatt costs 20 cents, what does 0.03 kilowatt cost?

Watts does not have a time component to it; so you should have asked, "How many kilowatt-hours does an oven use per hour?' For example, if the oven uses 1600 watts, then in one hour, it would use 1600 watt-hours, or 1.6 kilowatt-hours.

I'm not entirely sure I understand the question. Watts are a measure of power. Power (watts) applied over time consumes energy. Voltage x Amperage = watts 1000 watts is one kilowatt. One kilowatt applied for one hour consumes 1 kilowatt hour of energy.

Think of the names. Watt. Kilowatt hour.A kilowatt is 1000 watts. Multiply 250 watts by (1 kilowatt/1000 watts) , so you have 0.25 kilowatts. Multiply this by how many hours the sound is being produced.

In the UK, and probably elsewhere, one unit of electricity is one kilowatt hour (i.e. one kilowatt running for one hour).

5.5 watts is 0.0055 kilowatts. in one hour the equipment uses 0.0055 kilowatt-hours.

Kilo means thousand. There are 1000 watts in a kilowatt.

0.04 kilowatts one kilowatt is 1000 watts

Watts are units for measuring the rate of energy consumption. So it is meaningless to speak of how many watts something consumes in a length of time. (It would be like asking how many miles per hour a car drives in an hour.)Energy consumption may be measured in kilowatt-hours. A typical microwave consumes 1500 watts, which would be 1.5 kilowatt-hours in one hour.

Hi well kilo means 1000 so thtas 1000 watts per hour

1 kilowatt is not a unit of time, it is 1000 watts.

A kilowatt is 1,000 Watts. 30 Watts is equal to 0.03 kilowatts. A kWh or kilowatt-hour is the rate of electrical usage. It is a measure of kilowatts used per period of time (1 hour). 1 kWh is 1 kilowatt (1,000 watts) for 1 hour. So, multiply your 30 watts (0.03 kilowatts) by 1 hour to get kWh. =0.03 kWh In about 33 hours and 20 minutes, this lamp would use 1 kWh.

1,000 watts = 1 kilowatt. Period.

watts are power, joules are energy; they don't convert. However assuming you meant kilowatt hour, which is energy, 3.6 megajoules.

The term killowat simply means 1000 watts. Watts are computed as volts times amps. A load of one killowat used for one hour consumes one killowat hour of energy. That would be 60 killowat minutes, however that measurement is seldom used.

Examine your television set; somewhere at the back, you should see how much watts it uses. If it doesn't, look for volts and ampères, and multiply those to get watts. A kilowatt is 1000 watts; a device that uses 1000 watts will use 1 kWh per hour; one that uses 100 watts will use 0.1 kWh per hour, etc.

Watts is smaller than kilowatts. watts is unit of power and kilowatts hour is unit of energy. Electrical devices are specified in watts where as electrical bill is for kilowatt hr use.

kilowatt hour - the use of 1000 watts in one hour

A unit (as mentioned on the electricity bills) is represented in kWH or Kilowatt Hour. This is the actual electricity or energy used. If you use 1000 Watts or 1 Kilowatt of power for 1 hour then you consume 1 unit or 1 Kilowatt-Hour (kWH) of electricity.

0.001 1000 watts = 1 kilowatt so 1 kilowatt has 1000 watts or .001 kilowatt