No more than 500 Watts RMS for the stock alternators on most cars
Watts or Amps? Amps would be the alternator, don't know where you would find watts. Volts X Amps = Watts, for example 12 Volts X 55 Amp Alternator = 660 Watts
No. 20 amps at 120 volts will handle a maximum of 2400 watts. And you should never continuously load a 20 amp 120 volt circuit to no more than 1920 watts.
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The wattage of your stock stereo in your 1989 Acura Integra is 75 watts. There was anÊoption for a larger stereo output of up to 200 watts.
Watts = Amps * Volts Watts = 20 amps * 100 Volts Watts = 2000 2,000 Watts or 2k Watts
The speaker impedance does not match the amplifier's specified speaker impedance.
Watts = Amps x Volts. 60 x 240 = 14400
That depends on voltage you use. watts=voltage x amps. if you know the voltage then you can calculate the watts automatically. For example if voltage is 230V, then watts is........ watts=230 x 60. if you want in kilo watts then multiply with 10^-3.....
2400 Watts = 120 x 20 or 2.4 KW
yes it will, but if you try to turn it up to loudly you may cause damage to the voice coil of your speakers
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Speakers are measured in Ohms not Watts. Watts is the amount of power you will be supplying to the speakers. In my 2009 Corolla the speakers can handle at least 400 Watts as this is what my OEM JBL system is pushing.
The Kicker 08DS12L72 can pump out up to 1500 Watts, but you'll need a beefy receiver for that.
This will still only produce 12 volts. It will produce 1200 watts. watts is the result of Volts times Amps.
It depends on what the amperage rating of the generator is. Once this is found out use the following formula W = A x V. Watts = Amps x Volts.
This speaker is 500watts max.
The formulae for calculating watts to amps is Watts divided by Voltage. Therefore to get from Amps to Watts the calculation is Amps × Voltage. Therefore if you are working on a 240 volt supply the calculation is 20 (Amps) × 240 (Volts) which = 4800 watts.
If the voltage is 120 Volts it would be 2400 watts. Watt = volts times amps.
( 746 watts = 1horse power ) On 12 volt systems ( volts X amps ) =( watts )12volts X 6.5amps = 78watts. Now ( watts / 746watts ) 78watts / 746watts =0.105hp
A 30 amp circuit on a 250 volt service could handle up to 7500 watts. That's if it's actually 250 volts coming in. You should check that with your meter.
Watts (power or P) is calculated by multiplying amps (A or I) times voltage (V or E). The formula is P=IE. For a 120V, 20A circuit that comes out to 2400 watts of power.
No. A 120 volt 15 amp service will handle a maximum of 1,800 watts. Even a 20 amp service will only handle 2400 watts and that is at max load which you should never load on a 20 amp circuit. You will need a 30 amp 120 volt or 240 volt service for 2400 watts.
Watts = Amps x Volts Amps = Watts / Volts Amps = 12000 / 120 or 12000 / 240 depending on voltage supplied.