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10 amps

All electric appliances use amps. Amps are a measure of current.

2.5 amps

Mainly Vox amps

On 120 volts it would use 8.333 amps, but one designed to run on 240 v would use 4.167 amps.

840 amps of seman

1 HP = 745.70 wattsPower (watts) = Current (amps) x VoltsSo if you use a 110 volt system, amps = 745.7/110 = 6.779 ampsIf you use a 220 volt system, amps = 745.7/220 = 3.389 ampsFor a 12 volt system, amps = 745.7/12 = 62.142 amps

I'm pretty sure Fall Out Boy use Marshall amps.

a regular toaster uses about 12.5 amps

Average amps for a toaster oven

12 amps or 120 volts

amps equals watts divided by voltage

A bathroom fan uses somewhere between 1.15 amps and 2 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.

Up to 40 amps if both large elements are on.

amps equals watts divided by volts.

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To convert amps to kVA, you use the following formula: Amps = (kVA x 1000 / voltage) / 1.73

There are three formulas that you can use. Amps = Volts/Ohms Amps = Watts/Volts Amps = sq root of Watts/Ohms

You use Ohm's Law to make your calculation. Volts = Amps x Resistance Amps = Volts / Resistance

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

volts X amps = watts standard 120 X 15 amps =1800watts microwaves generally use about 1000 watts which is 8.33 amps...

Could be about 13 amps at 240 v.

The only amps a7x uses is the Marshall jcm800