180. well that is a partial answer and is only true if those 1.8 amps are pushed through at 100 volts.
Watts= Amps times Volts
An amp (Full name=Ampere) is 6.241 × 1018 electrons passing a point in a circuit in one second. It doesn't matter what the voltage is, an amp is as stated above.
AT 12 volts, watts=1.8*12=21.6
At 120 volts, watts=1.8*120=216
At 1200 volts, watts=1.8*1200=2160
Without knowing the voltage, one cannot determine the wattage.
There are some small discrepancies between Alternating Current (AC) Direct Current (DC). With DC, the formula can be considered correct. With AC, it is an average Wattage. Why, you ask. Because AC voltage Is kind of an average. As the voltage alternates between positive and negative, it really goes a bit higher than 120 volts. In fact it goes 1.414... times 120 volts or as high as and as low as ±169.68 volts. (1.414... is a rough approximation of the square root of 2.) This formula, Peak Voltage= VoltageAC Times Square root of 2, is called the "root mean square."
You can look all these terms up by searching for them on the internet.
Ampere (Amp) (A)
Alternating Current (AC)
Direct Current (DC)
Root Mean Square (RMS)
To summarize the formula:
W= V * A = Watts
V= W / A = Volts
A= W / V = Amps
Notice: you must know two of the relevant values.
1.8 amps is equal ot zero watts. Watts is the product of amps times volts. To answer this question a voltage value must be stated.
Watts (power) is calculated by multiplying volts and amps. 18 amps multiplied by 10 volts would be 180 watts.
watts = volts x amps.
There are zero watts in 4.2 amps.
w is many watts are in 40 amps?
12 V DC, 18 VA (watts) how many amps? Formula: amperage I = power P (VA) divided by voltage V. So, amperage I = 18 watts / 12 volts = 0.083 amperes.
Amps * Volts = Watts. 50 Watts at 120 Volts = .4 Amps 50 Watts at 12 Volts = almost 4.25 Amps 50 Watts at 1 Volt = 50 Amps
1700 watts is zero amps without a voltage stated. Watts = Amps x Volts.
Watts = Amps x Volts
divide watts with voltage = amps
watts = volts * amps--> Amps = watts/ volts therefore; 2000/220= 9.09 amps
1800 Watts / Volts = Amps
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.
Depens on the voltage. Watts = Amps x Volts
You can only convert watts to amps if you quote the voltage
To get watts you need to multiply your amps by the voltage.
Depends on the voltage. In general, Watts = Voltage x Amps. So Amps = Watts / Voltage. Example: 30,000 Watts / 120 Volts = 250 Amps.
9000 watts is zero amps. Amps are the product of amps times volts. Without a voltage stated an answer can not be given. I = W/E, Amps = Watts/Volts.
Watts are not rated in amps. Watts are the product of amps times volts.
To find the watts you have to multiply the volts by the amps. If there are no amps, there are no watts either.
Amps, volts and watts are interrelated, but you need to do a little math. Amps * Volts = Watts
There are zero watts in 300 amps. Watts are the product of amps times volts.
Watts divided by volts = Amps. Therefore 500 watts / 110volts = 4.545 amps. Volts x Amps = Watts. 110 v x 4.545 amps = 499.95 watts.
There are zero amps in 84 watts. Watts is the product of amps times volts. Without the voltage the calculation can not be made.
Watts = Volts * Amps Therefore: 70 Watts / 13.8 Volts = 5.07 Amps